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Office Visit: Book Storage Solutions from RADD Architects

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Office Visit: Book Storage Solutions from RADD Architects

December 12, 2010

A roundup of innovative book storage solutions from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

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Above: In this tiny, skylit studio in the East Village, Eric Lifton of Mesh Architectures created a monolithic wedge-shaped cabinet that partitions the bedroom and provides crucial storage.

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Above: Additional opportunities for storing books by Eric Lifton of Mesh Architectures, both high (a shelf above a doorway) and low (stacked next to the raw steel fireplace).

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Above: Built-in bookcases from Platt Dana Architects in New York.

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Above: Book storage from O’Neill Rose Architects in New York.

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Above: Book storage from O’Neill Rose Architects in New York.

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Above: Custom shelving by Robbins Architecture near Chicago.

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