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Wall shelves aren’t usually the most creative or impressive pieces of decor in a household, but the 360 Shelf from designer Luka Pirnat can be customized to suit your tastes and storage needs.

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The beech wood shelf is more like a frame. It has four thick sides and a void in the middle. It mounts in a horizontal position, so when you look at it from the front, it just looks like a straight wooden shelf.

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The 360 Shelf is mounted to the wall with a simple rotating peg. A little brass handle on the underside gives you a place to grip when changing the shelf’s position.

“Change the way you organize your space, books, things and tech and reach out for a beautifully simple and practical solution, easily adjustable under any angle. 360 shelf fits everything and puts it right at your fingertips. Simple, aesthetically perfected multi-use shelf in variety of vivid colors and materials will change the way you see and use things in your living and working space.”

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Books, magazines, or other objects go inside the void in the middle of the shelf. The shelf balances to hold the objects straight or tilted. Putting several of them on the wall in a cluster, all turned to different angles, can create a simple but striking visual display.

The designer created a video to demonstrate how to unique shelf works. The project is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter for an initial production run.

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About Luka Pirnat:

“As an Industrial design graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana, Luka Pirnat interlaces simplicity, innovation and functionality with a set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty. His main focus is recognized through product design and development for various public objects and mass-produced as well as hand-crafted products. He currently works as an independent designer exploring design possibilities in everyday objects, shaping the future of constantly evolving design.” experience.”