The Helix magazine rack

We all have magazines and books lying around in the house. We move them from place to place in an effort to keep our home clean and organized. But there’s also a way of doing that with style. The Helix magazine rack is the perfect piece for this purpose. Helix is a very modern piece with a minimalist and very chic design.

Despite its apparently small dimensions, Helix can hold up to 200 magazines. Apparently, behind that sleek design hides a very practical and functional piece of furniture. The Helix magazine rack is an intriguing piece that resembles a real piece of art. It’s like a sculpture that can also be used as storage. This makes it serve a double function. It’s a practical storage unit, a very efficient magazine rack but also a very beautiful and sleek decoration and accessory for the house.

Have this beautiful piece placed in your lounge area or reading nook. With a chair as stylish and this magazine rack, that area will be a focal point in your home. The piece is crafted from flat plywood. It features a 90 degree central axis torsion that was used to shape the design. The Helix magazine rack has a certain twist to it. It’s a very simple but very mysterious piece and it would add style to any space.{found on behance}.



Published by in Bookshelves, on May 28th, 2012

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