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ünal&böler studio

Flashfilm recently conducted an interview with Turkish designers Ömer Ünal Alper Böler of ünal&böler studio. The two have a fantastic and unique approach to design, which can be seen in some of their ideas that have come to life. My favorite is the “Salkim” hanging bookshelf. Apparently inspired by the mobiles of playful artist Alexander Calder, this airy design emphasizes the true medium of a bookshelf; books!

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“Salkim” hanging bookshelf

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“Nar” coffee table

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“Petek” bookshelf

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1 alanbernard { 09.24.07 at 1:29 am }

Man… these are some pretty spaced out kick ass enterprising space saving ideas and concepts. Am going ga-ga over the Nar Coffee Table. :)

2 alanbernard { 09.23.07 at 6:29 pm }

Man… these are some pretty spaced out kick ass enterprising space saving ideas and concepts. Am going ga-ga over the Nar Coffee Table. :)

3 Magtable Coffee Table { 09.25.07 at 1:44 am }

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