The playful Cappellini Cloud shelf

Simple but bold, the Cappellini Cloud shelf is something that you can easily integrate in the living room, bedroom, home office or study. It might seem that the shape of the shelf is simply resembling a cloud. In reality it’s a well-defined shape designed to allow these units to be combined and to fit perfectly on the wall.

The cloud Shelf was designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, two brothers that have been working together for about ten years and always inspire each other. They came up with this idea of a cloud-shaped shelf in 2004 and managed to transform it into a versatile and stylish piece of furniture that still looks modern. It’s one of those timeless designs that will look as good as it does now ten years later. The Cloud shelf is a modular piece of furniture manufactured with the rotational technology.

Each unit is provided with two clips that can be used to combine them together in order to form a bigger structure. The shelf features a series of seven compartments with round shapes that can be sued to store books, decorations and all sorts of items. The overall dimensions of this unit are 41″ H x 74″ W x 16″ D and it costs $1,062.00. However, this is an item that can be custom made according to your exact specifications.



Published by in Bookshelves, on July 2nd, 2012

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