Antonella Di Luca, a young designer from Bologna, Italy who previously worked with at Iosa Ghini Design Studio decided to begin a new design practice with Ubaldo Righi called MR.LESS & MRS.MORE. Focused on tableware and home decor, they presented a product during Milan Design Week at Ventura Lambrate called Citybook.

Citybook Modular Bookcase by MR.LESS & MRS.MORE in home furnishings  Category

Inspired by a previous popular product, Housebook, they took that house form and created a modular unit that can be configured just about any way you’d like, creating tons of bookcase variations that are an attractive alternative to the traditional square and rectangle shapes.

Citybook Modular Bookcase by MR.LESS & MRS.MORE in home furnishings  Category

Citybook Modular Bookcase by MR.LESS & MRS.MORE in home furnishings  Category

Citybook Modular Bookcase by MR.LESS & MRS.MORE in home furnishings  Category

Citybook Modular Bookcase by MR.LESS & MRS.MORE in home furnishings  Category

Different bases can also be purchased and the house units come in white or gray sheet iron.