I love it when designers create book-storage systems to be more than just bare, plain shelves. Chung-Tang Ho's push and store cabinet is the perfect example of storage that surpasses its function.
When books are inserted into the cabinet, they alter the cabinet's shape, making its form ever-changing. Obviously, this isn't your standard shove-against-the-wall-and-forget-it piece of furniture. I think it's great that the back of this piece is just as interesting - if not more than - its front. Of course, you've got to pay for such nifty design, and as the price is by request only, I'm guessing you'll be paying a lot.
To learn more about Chung-Tang Ho's work, click here.