Designed by Italian company Cattelan Italia, DNA bookcase is a unique and stylish way to display your intrinsic love of reading. Crafted out of steel, this nearly 6-foot-tall tower features two platforms that slowly rotate around a central column that is 13 shelves high. The carefully plotted design creates the iconic double helix shape commonly exemplified in the structure of DNA. The form definitely works best when filled with books, but the eye-catching stand can stylishly display whatever you'd like. The piece is sold in both classic white and black models; however, to own this scientific shelf it'll cost you upwards of $800!
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