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Is It a Bookcase? A Desk? Or a Table for Two?

By Christa Terry

This is just fantastic – Sakura Adachi designed a unique piece of furniture for Campeggi that is all three. A bookcase when the chairs are pushed in, a desk for the singleton who wants her books close at hand, or a cozy table for a couple… a couple of readers, perhaps.

As someone who is currently using the kitchen table an ersatz home office, I could use it. As someone with a small house, I could use it. And as someone with toys everywhere at the moment, I could definitely use it!









4 Responses to “Is It a Bookcase? A Desk? Or a Table for Two?”




  1. Klee Says:

    Omg, I have to get this!




  2. marvel Says:

    Intriguing. In our house we would most likely attempt to use it as a bookcase AND a table for two simultaneously, resulting in some serious bookslides. Sigh.

    O/T but have you seen http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703583404576080110589960694.html?mod=WSJ_hp_mostpop_read

    Looked like something you would like.




  3. Christa Terry Says:

    Same here, Klee! I would just love to have this in my kitchen – even if just for my daughter’s books so they were in an accessible and out of the way place.




  4. Christa Terry Says:

    Oh, wow, marvel, that’s super cool! I’d love to see what it looks like when it’s not all staged – lived in.












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