Minimalist Shelving Unit Creatively Putting Your Bicycle on Display

Every cyclist secretly desires to frame his or her two-wheeler, that is why we believe this project will hit a soft spot. Developed by Postfossil, “Shoes, Books and a Bike” is a clever shelving unit answering various storing needs. It features four compartments, which might be filled up with almost anything, so long as the result’s not visually displeasing. The bicycle is cleverly supported by the wooden board below and an incredible lateral pin.
The neatest thing about this project is that it offers a spot for parking your bike indoors, while highlighting on its features. It’s as though finally your “jewel” gets the exhibition space it usually deserved. The wooden finish and minimalist style makes the bike shelf easily adapted to a number of interior, especially dorm rooms or hallways. Bike enthusiasts in the market, find this project as creative and practical as we do?

“Level” Shelving Unit Inspired by The main of Communicating Vessels

We love the idea that behind this minimalist shelving unit envisioned by Barcelona based designer Roger Moliné. Discovered on Likecool, Level was born from “a clear reference on this planet of hydraulic engineering; communicating vessels. These are a chain of vessels containing a homogeneous liquid. Due to the communication between vessels, the fluid moves until reaching an equilibrium level, no matter the inclination or orientation of the glasses”. The project is split in two parts which communicate with one another.
Despite its elegant and seamless fragile look, the shelving unit is sturdy and accordingly, very practical. Level incorporates two major elements: “The first are the pivots, they permit a formal grip on any type of wall and likewise articulate the movement of the material. These parts are composed of a shaft with bearings which permit rotation of the cylinder which supports the cloth. And second, canvas acrylic, which owing to its stiffness can hold any type of books”. We salute this innovative shelving idea and would certainly enjoy seeing it embedded in various interior design projects!