Brushstroke Restaurant Features Wall Made of 12,000 Books

By Maryann Yin 

First came book furniture, and now, book walls. The New York City restaurant Brushstroke includes an entire wall made of paperback books. Follow this link to see inside the new restaurant.

Here’s more from The Gothamist: “Now we’ve seen everything! And so will you if you step inside David Bouley’s long-delayed Japanese restaurant Brushstroke, which puts 12,000 boring old (recycled) paperbacks to good use as the walls in the bar/lounge. Who will be the first sake-bombed customer to idly pull out one of the books and bring the entire restaurant crashing down?”

This might not be a bad idea for all the book hoarders out there who want to clean up their homes. What do you think?