A BOOKCASE THAT’S NEVER THE SAME TWICE
Designer Daniele Lago - 2002Find more
The Tangram bookcase is based on a square that has been broken down into seven different parts. Let your children and teens get creative with original, unique geometric shapes in their bedroom. The name Tangram is a reference to the ancient Chinese puzzle and best represents the idea of things constantly changing as a philosophy of life.
The bookcase consists of seven pieces, which are arranged in different ways, so your children and teens can create their own designs.
The Tangram bookcase gives free rein to creativity. Create any shape you like: a cat, a tie or any simple object.
A thousand-year-old game has been turned into a hanging, modular bookcase for the wall: it’s up to you to give it form and function.