Organizing a living room and finding that perfect balance between form and function is indeed a lot harder than it sounds. Each living room has its own floor plan and limitations in terms of space, and of course every homeowner has his or her own idea of the ambiance it needs to exude. With the increasing digitization of literature, the need for space-consuming bookcases has diminished. The majority of images to follow demonstrate the same space-sensitive principle by wall-mounting shelves so not to encroach on a limited floor area. For today we gather a great collection of: Beautiful Furniture Design Ideas Modular Bookcase For Living Room. The choice of materials varies from the organic to the industrial, but in keeping with a modern finish, are linear and lightweight. The modular system allows you to craft a living room wall unit that fits your specific needs with ease.
The Modular Iron-ic Bookcase by Ronda Design
Fluid use of metal, wawy charming and irregular shapes engender Ronda Design bookcases. The bookcase lends its surroundings a strong contemporary mood, as the harmonious variation of horizontal and vertical surfaces in shaped sheet metal give the project an innate lightness and flow.
Sinuous, versatile and textured, the Iron-ic Bookcase by Ronda Design features a natural iron modular architecture based on the snap-together assembly of each module components. Each module comes with a clear and detailed instruction kit for the assembly and composition of the bookcase. The bases are fitted with adjustable feet for uneven floors, and the modules are designed for safety wall-fastening.
The curvilinear sides lend the bookcase its original and unmistakable wavy look, a harmonious zig-zag that is instinctively attractive and blends in with any surroundings, from classic to modern and in both home and official settings. According to the designers, Iron-ic is based on a minimum module comprising four grids (72X72 cm and 30 cm deep) that can be freely replicated according to individual needs. The bookcase is not only a storage system, but it turns into a sculptural object.
Italian architect Angelo Tomaiuolo has designed the ONDA modular bookcase for Tonin CASA. ONDA is a self supporting library unit in laquered MDF with extra clear glass shelves. Onda is an object of design extremely versatile with structure in modules wich may be arranged both vertically or horizontally for a “wave effect” without limits…
Antonella Di Luca, a young designer from Bologna, Italy who previously worked with at Iosa Ghini Design Studio decided to begin a new design practice with Ubaldo Righi called MR.LESS & MRS.MORE.
Citybook is a modular bookcase, flexible and suitable to any space. It grows out of a new interpretation of Housebook, designed for a single book. Modules and bases can be purchased and arranged to your taste, by customising their number or choosing among the proposed compositions. Modules are linked together by small magnets.
The Stacked system provides a storage solution with endless possibilities. With the use of small clips, the modules can be rearranged to create all manner of shelving set ups, room dividers or side tables. The design can be easily changed by playing around with the space between the modules or mounting them directly onto the wall.
Together we nest, divided we stack! Assemblage is a set of 10 modules that fit snugly inside each other, and then slide out so they can be stacked for use as shelving and storage. Twelve metal clamps with a striking red tightener hold the units together, and also make it possible to configure the units to your liking or change them when the need arises. The graduated sizes allow the modules to be completely nested within each other for easy storage and movement, while the stabilizing clamps hold the pieces firmly in place in various configurations. Made of lacquered MDF. Available in black and in white. Module sizes measure from 23 5/8 inches square down to 9 1/2 square with a consistent depth of 15 3/4 inches (from 60 cm down to 20 cm with a depth of 40 cm).