adrien de melo: upside down library

adrien de melo: upside down library

adrien de melo: upside down library‘upside down’ by adrien de melo all images courtesy adrien de melo

 

 

paris-based designer adrien de melo has developed ‘upside down’, a library designed for espace culturel louis vuitton, edited by galerie BSL, paris. de melo’s shelving system is comprised of 10 translucent inflatable modules suspended in 5 columns. the shelves have been created in several dimensions– modules of 350mm or 250mm x 450mm. the library is supported by stainless steel framework detailing each edge of the box-like shelves. the cubes are then suspended by lifting straps, remaining in place by strategic placement of maintenance pins.

 

adrien de melo: upside down library each of the library cubes are suspended from the ceiling

 

adrien de melo: upside down library the diversity sizes of the cubes accommodate books of various dimensions

 

adrien de melo: upside down library front and side views of the shelving system

 

adrien de melo: upside down library alternate view of ‘upside down’

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