neverending bookcase by luca nichetto

posted by the scholar on March 3rd, 2008
filed under: design, furniture, sculpture

italian designer luca nichetto has created some beautiful pieces for clients including salviati and carlo moretti. this undulating neverending bookcase, made of corian and inspired by the pattern a ribbon makes, was a special collaboration with andreoli, a factory specializing in its use.



i view this as more of a room divider or art piece than a bookcase; it would be really hard for me to put anything on the shelves!

see many more of luca’s designs right here.

via design milk

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2 Responses to “neverending bookcase by luca nichetto”

  1. MelB Says:

    Books would warp. It would be very tough on hardcover bindings too. Cool art but no bookcase!

  2. the scholar Says:

    hello mel,

    i concur. i am sticking to my story that this would be a gorgeous room divider.

    thanks for the visit and the observant comment! 🙂

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