Contemporary bookcase – Plywood is one of the most versatile building materials used to make everything from the floors to cabinets, desks to bookcases. Plywood comes in many qualities, but the furniture is best to use a higher grade A1 to B2 plywood, which will last without warping or laminating. If you do not plan to paint the bookcase use plywood with an attractive exterior veneer as cherry, oak or maple.
Build plywood contemporary bookcase; Place a sheet of 14-by-36-inch to 3/4-inch plywood on top of another sheet of 16-by-38-inch to 3/4-inch plywood, centered. Place two sheets of 12-by-70-inch to 3/4-inch plywood shelf pages side by side on a work surface. Measure every 14 inches and mark a line across the two planks. Slide rack sites at their edge, so that the shelf supports face each other and adjust the rack sides so as to be 33.5 inches apart. Bears against the bottom of the rack to one end of the sides, and placing a second piece of 14-by-36-inch 3/4-inch plywood on the other end to the top of plywood.
Attach the top to the sides with 1 5/8 inch wood screws drill through the top of the ends of the pages and use the 3-inch wood screws to secure the base to the sides the same way. Turn bookshelf frame upright so that it rests on the base. a sheet of 12-by-33.5-inch half-inch plywood contemporary bookcase of the frame above each shelf support. You can leave the shelves floating, or you can attach them with finishing nails to carriers.