Contribution to Fake/Authentic Mistakes Call, Milano 2022

Tsundoku (Japanese: 積ん読) is acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up in one's home without reading them.

TSUNDOKU is minimised to the bare essentials. The components are three identical steel poles and CDF milled shelves. Three points of contact with the floor provide, to be sincere, just a certain degree of stability.As the frame is height-adjustable, there are a multitude of possibilities for use, some are more stable than others, some are plain statical mistakes.

As Mistakes are meant to learn from, we discovered that TSUNDOKU still works perfectly as a shelving system for all the books you posses and will never have time to read, as they will be part of the statical system. A great choice for anti-scholars.

"Let us call this an antischolar — someone who focuses on the unread books, and makes an attempt not to treat his knowledge as atreasure, or even a possession, or even a selfesteem enhancement device — a skeptical empiricist."Nassim Taleb