San Francisco designers Mike and Maaike have created a shelf with slots specifically cut to house seven seminal books about power and society. I don’t know how many of you will find this idea useful, because this shelf can hold as you can see only seven books. Called Juxtaposed: Power, the piece is the second in a series of bookshelves for Californian gallery Blankblank, the first of which held works on religion. The idea looks good at a first glance, offers you some space to store other interesting home accessories that you might have, but for an avid reader is useless. The price of this shelf is for the super rich ( $3000 ), but the idea could be replicated for less than $3000 easily. I’m wondering how much would you pay for this shelf ?
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