The aim of this piece was to design a bookshelf that can be manufactured using simple contour cuts using a CNC Router and that could fold down to a flat piece for easy storage and transportation. The final product balances on one end, creating a cantilevered shelf that can expand the storage potential with minimal use of tabletop surface. The balancing act encourages a categorization of books by size, the larger books forming the weight that supports the shelf itself. Dividers for the shelf fold back into the main plane of the piece both changing the appearance and subdivisions of the shelf, and allowing for easy packing and storage.

Featured in the Architecture of Objects exhibit at the University of Michigan in 2009.