From Yahoo Real Estate...
"Floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall shelving defines a compact, 557-square-foot home in Osaka prefecture, Japan, designed by Japanese Architect Kazuya Morita. "It can support 10 tons of books," said Morita, who opened his architecture studio in 2000. And, he added, "it can survive earthquakes.The shelving even extends into the home's bathroom, covering a wall above the toilet and bathtub."
A throne fit for a Book King!
I'm trying to figure out how much a house like this would cost. Any idea?