Charming Shelves Give Illusion of Floating Paper


If you love a good illusion, you’ll get a kick out of these cleverly designed shelves! They look like a gust of wind has suddenly caused a stack of blank, white paper to blow through your house! Japanese design studio YOY is behind Blow, white shelves formed by bending A4 size thin steel plates into five different types of shapes. Used either upside or downside, each individual shelf can then be fixed to a wall with a hook.

Doesn’t this remind you of designer Paul Cocksedge’s magical light installation he made for one of Lyon’s past Festival of Lights?






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20 Nature-Inspired Embroidery to Melt Away the Winter Blues

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Literature-Loving Writers Can Now Work in Mark Twain’s Library

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