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No matter how much technology evolves, bookshelves will always be a necessary furnishing for a house and important for the impact of their interior design. Photo courtesy to Victoria and Albert Museum Why do we call our home, home? Maybe because of the memories, the past, the smell of it, the joy, and all the little things that make it unique and special to us. But when referring strictly to the aesthetics and looks of it, how can we make it one of a kind? Because, after all, almost every aspect of a house is standardized so that it may be produced on a large scale to improve production speed and quality. What if we chose a different set of decorations? Some that are not mass produced, one of a kind. One very simple and practical example is bookshelves. Able to beautify the interior of a house whilst offering storage space, a bookshelf will always be needed in a home and will always be a major contributor to its interior design. Especially when they can be classified as experimental furniture. This is an example inspired by the endless need and power of reading and learning. This idea is represented by its eight-figure shape, symbolizing infinity. The loop is endless, ever again folding back upon itself. Designed by the Dutch conceptual artist Job Koelewijn, the bookshelf stores a great amount of books but, naturally, not infinite. Photo courtesy to Dornob.com The artist, Charles Kalpakian, got his inspiration from the art of Parisian Graffiti. This strange looking bookshelf impresses through the brilliant idea of a storage space that has no straight lines and everything can be placed in a disorderly fashion. Shelving is redefined in a manner that makes a room look a bit more dynamic. Photo courtesy to digsdigs.com Designed by architect David Garcia, this circular bookshelf is nothing short of extraordinary. Named Archive II, it allows the reader to step inside in a space of its own and why not, take a walk. The one behind it is Archive I, a bookshelf connected to a chair; they balance each other and the heavier the books, the more will the chair elevate. Photo courtesy to David Garcia Photo courtesy to neatorama.com Photo courtesy to hometone.com Photo courtesy to doobybrain.com Photo courtesy to dbdstudiollc.com Photo courtesy to ltpalculict