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DNA Double Helix-Shaped Bookshelf: Reading Your Genetic Code

by Hazel Chua
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This double helix-shaped bookshelf is perfect for all the twisted reads that you might have in your library. Of course, you can put any of your books on this shelf regardless of their plot, but you get the point.

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It was designed by Milano Furniture and features six feet of spiraling shelves. They’re clearly inspired by the double helix structure of human DNA. The bookcase’s twisted form holds 13 shelves that are arranged at different angles in order to maintain balance to the structure.

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Aside from books, you can also use it to stack your CD, DVD/Blu-ray or video game collection.

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The DNA bookcase is priced at $1,050 Australian Dollars (~$981 USD.)

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[via Geekologie]



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