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Wood bookshelves from wood and cotton rope by Amy Hunting

“What can you do with blocks of wood and cotton rope?” that’s the dogma of this bookshelf design from the designer. Designed by Amy Hunting, Norwegian furniture designer and illustrator, currently living in London, this bookshelf made from wood and cotton rope.

Please read the information from designer about how to compose this bookshelves, as newshouse quoted from the official website amyhunting.com :

“…. Using a knot traditionally used for sailing and fishing ,you can pull the strings and the shelf will disassemble. It can easily be put together again. The wood is collected from a local timber importers waste bin in London and consists of over 20 sorts of untreated wood. This is the first result of the rope and wood experiments.”




Photo by Trine Stephensen
Amy Hunting / www.amyhunting.com

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