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a single intersecting line/shelf
that changes in width

the cubbies are a concession to
usefulness

designed actually for a bathroom

infinite versions available
(how many ways can you tangle
a string?)
price would vary.
something like this
one would be around $800

designed this for a network
engineer

a similar size style piece would
be in the $1200 range, installed

spiralling shell shelf
whose chambers reduce
in size as they coil inward

display, books, even… shells
piece pictured is painted pine
about 5 feet tall, 4 feet wide
a similar one would cost around $900
depending on materials and finish

smaller scale versions possible

cherry, with curly maple legs
kitchen corner shelf

similar piece available for $500

my first bookshelf design
a tilting, zig-zagging,
continuous line
mounted directly to the wall
books lean into right angle corners

infinite variations possible
taller, wider,
narrower, smaller
climbing up, down, and
across the wall

finished hardwood
or painted softwood

price variable depending
on size and materials
something similar to this
would be around $800

think cell division
or hive construction

small display/utility shelf
this one was designed
for bathroom use

painted or unpainted birch
32 inches tall by 20 wide
cost around $400

think of a larger one
holding books, sculptures,
expanding across the wall

actually built for e
from birch veneer with oak nosing
zig zag theme in a desk

a similar piece would cost $900