EXHIBITable – A Modern Library Table
Lu Chieh-Hua & Cheng Tzu-Hao has designed EXHIBITable, a sleek and modern library table contains compartments (bookshelf) within its design, dividing books and magazines in categories.
Description from the designer:
The design concept of the table comes from creating a platform system of sharing, collecting and recommending the new-arrival readings. We often got lost in libraries and bookstores, when facing hundreds of different books, but did not know how to start to make a choice to read. The main reason is that the display of those books is too miscellaneous, which makes us dazzled and then just shooting a glance.
By the design of the table, we display every book in the way of regarding it as an individual and important role. Different from the usual way, which just places books on the surface, it is more like “book-recommended”. And it can also provide a delicate vibration, that is, our senses are provoked by the process of searching, observing and approaching the information of books. In the state of stuffing books onto table randomly, it can be changed when interacts with the action of readers, bringing an interesting and versatile reading experience to the atmosphere.