Gianluca Sgalippa for Enzyma: SpigaPosted: January 23, 2012
An interesting new solution for housing treasured books, the Spiga bookshelf delivers function with the joy of visual pleasure. The movement that Sgalippa creates in his piece is exaggerated by the roll of our mouse. As the cursor advances the page, the eye gazes forward and the Spiga bookshelf dances before us. Undoubtedly without coincidence, the supports that house the books mimic the form of an open book, reminding and inviting us to indulge in the reading experience.
From Enzyma: For some time, contemporary design has decided that the book in the library should not be vertical anymore. Spiga wall bookcase supports all the possible angles and dimensions in only one tiny element. The L-shaped shelf gradually changes the angle of rotation like the seeds of the ripe corn ear. The colored borders effectively display this sophisticated graphic game, which hangs in the research of the Op Art of the 60s and 70s. Compared with traditional bookcase, Spiga is a dynamic and sculptural presence adapted to a very rigorous feature. This vertical developed model can be single or modularly repeated along the wall joining together rear panels.
Thanks to Enzyma for their submission to designgush.