Kruis by CasimirMeubelen

In the beginning, a book most often contained religious texts. This shelf does the opposite: religion, symbolised by the cross, contains the books. Originally, this cross shelf wasn’t created to refer religion. Not the religious symbol, but the archetype of the cross, was the principal component of this furniture design. This allows the user to, without blasphemy or even without decreasing its functionality, tip the shelf over and use it on its side.


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