A City of Magazines
From Happy Forsman & Bodenfors in Sweden come these neat magazine holders which, together, create a whole city block on the book shelf.
The holders were created for The Swedish Museum of Architecture, and so are illustrated in different styles and periods, such as Jugend, Renaissance, Gothic Style etc, to inspire the user. The magazine holders can be bought in the Museum Shop. They have one fatal flaw however: only magazines up to A4 fit, so no room for brilliant square-shaped ones...
Client: The Swedish Museum of Architecture
Design: Happy F&B.
Illustration: Klas Fahlén
Very cool! simple but great idea.
"...so no room for brilliant square-shaped ones."
I'm yet to find a solution that does hold them... short of the recycling bin which seems a shame really!
"I’m yet to find a solution that does hold them… short of the recycling bin which seems a shame really!"
We used to do CR binders as a subscription offer. They were always popular - maybe we should revive them?
"We used to do CR binders as a subscription offer. They were always popular - maybe we should revive them?"
I love these! Is there anywhere to buy them online??
Hopefully they've got some left!
Please visit arkitekturmuseet.com
or e-mail the shop at
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