Book Pills by Je Sung Park

bookshelf of your choice helps you organize your collections in your manner or pattern. You can arrange them alphabetically or you can put books of one author in one rack or shelf or in any other way. For example, the Book Pills by Je Sung Park looks so modern and are made of flexible inner materials and a little bit more flexible material, plus the outer shell of plastic. The best part of this project is that you can move them all around the outsides or put them right in the middle.

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It’s a fun collection that challenges you to use your imagination and creativity. These individual pieces, shapes like a pill or just like an oval, can be placed anywhere you want in the house. They can be stacked or hanged on the walls, used as an individual piece or as a collection, the choice is entirely yours.

Book Pills by Je Sung Park

They are colorful, but in soft color tones. They definitely don’t look like the usual bookshelves but they are as useful as those ones. Maybe even more useful and functional since they can be easily moved around the house and placed in different shapes and combinations. This way you can create your own structure that fits your personality and that achieves your purposes.



Published by in Design And Concept, on January 18th, 2010

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