Twin Bookshelf by Zeynep Cinisli

Twin is a bookshelf representing the two sides of Istanbul, Asian and European, and the bridges connecting them. It compares this connection with the relation of twins. The bookshelf is a cabinet when closed, when it is pulled to sides, the shelves representing the bridges become apparent. Via the selves with rails the Twin becomes dynamic.

Designer: Zeynep Cinisli


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    I’ve always been a fan of collapsable furniture, especially when its modern. Very very clever use of lines with the wave design and the hidden end compartment. Great for an apartment!

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  • Tony says:

    Any idea where I can buy the Twin Bookshelves?

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