This wobbly-looking bookcase is Quake. Designed by Antoine Phelouzat for Eno Studio, it's a modular, stackable shelf system made of sturdy wooden planks and asymmetrical metal cubes. The result is minimalist, ubermodern shelving that looks like nothing else out there — and would be a deathtrap for clumsy people like me.
The cubes are iron — in chrome, white, or black — and you can choose from beech, oak, or walnut for the shelves.
Materials: iron, wood
Measurements: 166cm x 30cm x 130cm
You can ogle more photos of the Quake here.