4° Bookshelves: The Four Degrees designed by MicroWorks leans on a 4 degree angle and this allows gravity and math to protect your books; these independent shelves can be placed on one another as your book collection increases.
Sculptural Bookshelf: This bookshelf is a beautiful combination bookshelf and a sculpture; the inclined shelves create an impression that the books will fall off but its not so.
Hübler Applied Literature: Hübler Applied Literature created using concrete is a collaboration between Hungarian concrete artist and designer Ivanka Beton and designer and fine artist János Hübler. Hübler is a created using concrete.
Minimalist Bookshelf: Minimalist Bookshelf designed by A Linares is made by powder-coated steel. It provides maximum functionality while using minimal material.
Optical Illusion Bookshelf: This optical illusion bookshelf by designer Leung from ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects, takes its inspiration from the famous 2D drawing of the optical illusive bookshelf. You can use these for shelving books, iPads or magazines as well.
Read-Unread Bookshelf: Read-Unread Bookshelf is an interesting bookshelf from Niko Economidis, a multidisciplinary designer based in Brooklyn, New York. Its constructed of leather straps placed over supports, and it weighs the balance of books that have been read, against those yet to be read.
Pinpres Shelving: Pinpres shelf doesn’t come with predefined shelving space; when you need to shelve your book just simply push them directly onto the pins and you have customized space to store them.
Tatik Bookshelf: Designed by Tembolat Gugkaev, Tatik is a creative piece of furniture; this cool bookshelf doubles as an armchair.
Chuck Shelving: Chuck is a very unique wall shelf designed by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn. The shelving system consists of six wooden planks with two stainless steel locking collars placed at the ends. The planks stretch out and the wall shelf takes on a different shape depending on the books placed.
Typographic Bookshelf: The bookshelf is designed to simplify organizing books; it comes with “has been read” and “will be read” sections that act as a reminder.
Cutshelves: Cutshelves designed by Tembolat Gugkaev is a build-in bookshelves with backlighting that makes it easy to find the book at night.
Check: Check designed by Jongho Park is the V-shape that is often used in checking and is used as the bookshelf to shelve the books.
Kulma Shelving: This shelf can be placed either in a positive or a negative corner of a room.