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This IKEA hack will awaken the math nerd in you.

Japanese artist and architect Takayoshi Kitagawa has created parabolic shelves out of simple, modular IKEA shelving to decorate his childhood home.

He wanted to find a way to categorise his father’s vast array of collected items, he says in a blog post.

Image: Takayoshi Kitagawa

Kitagawa got the idea to create parabolic shelving units off IKEA’s customisable KALLAX shelves, after draping duct tape from the ceiling, which drooped down in a U-shaped arc.

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Via: Mashable: Dev & Design

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