Like, really.

The Salone del Mobile kicks off next week. The annual furniture fair in Milan covers 2.5 million square feet and draws more than 200,000 attendees, all of whom come to scope out the latest and greatest in interior design and decor.

We will be there in full force, and we look forward to seeing all the amazing products being produced around the globe. In preparation, we’re spotlighting some of our all-time favorite furnishings. First up, a roundup of clever seating options for the hardcore book lover.

Cave Book Case Seating by Sakura Adachi. Learn more on Sakura’s website.

The Easy Reader by Nils Holger Moormann. Learn more on the designer’s website.

The Bookinist by Nils Holger Moormann. Learn more on the designer’s website.

Chair Blog.

Dondola by Pucci de Rossi. Learn more on Made 75.

Bibliochase by Nobody & Company. Read more on the designer’s website.


Archive I by David Garcia Studio. Learn more on designboom.

Bookworm by Atelier 010. Learn more on Architizer.


Bookseat by Fishbol Design Atelier. Learn more on the designer’s website.


Fast Company.

This post originally appeared on Architizer, an Atlantic partner site.

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