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Swoon Over This Bookshelf That Lets You Climb For Your Favorite Reads

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Shinsuke Fujii Architects is the firm behind the “bookshelf house” in Shinyoshida, Yokohama, Japan. We first learned about this beauty on Lost at E Minor. The sloped wall spans both levels of the home (tall ceilings, you are the best) and acts as a climbable bookshelf—easy access for the most discerning bibliophile. The minimal design is practical, playful, and pretty genius. It’s also earthquake-proof and protects the home from heavy rainfall, sheltering its entrance. With a wall of books like this, we’d never leave the house. BRB, moving in!