Slovenian designer Luka Pirnat likes solving everyday problems with simple designs: his past work has included tasteful and utilitarian dining tables, office desks, and door handles. Now, Pirnat has designed a beechwood shelf that can be rotated 360 degrees once installed, accenting objects like books, magazines or records. Multiple shelves create lovely design effects, aligning with or disrupting the orientation of others. Best of all, the shelves, which come in natural wood, stained, mustard yellow and pure white, are mounted on a custom rotatable holder. An easy-to-remove screw locks the shelf into place. To adjust the shelf, just unscrew the pin.
Pirnat is seeking funding on Kickstarter, with about $3,000 of his $15,000 goal and 21 days left to go. The shelves are a good deal at $40 a pop. Get ’em while you can.