In these days people seem to have more places to hold the CDs and DVDs than books. For those here is a beautiful piece of furniture that allows you to store your digital data in an original way. The Vienna CD furniture joins two seemingly incomparative styles: Baroque and High-tech. In a traditionally handmade, golden baroque frame the Austrian designer f maurer puts a metallic structure, in which exactly 288 CDs can be arranged.
Through a series of bore holes in the structure the vertical inox-bars can be positioned in optional distances, so that the CD-collection can be grouped individually. The arrangement itself looks like a graphic art at the level of the supposed painting, whereas the frame seems to fly in a small distance from the wall. You can get this piece of furniture from here.