One hundred pieces from Bowie's collection will be sold at an auction at Sotheby's in London on 11 November 2016.
The lowest-value items are expected to go for as little as £60, while the Carlton bookcase is estimated at £7000.
"The works produced by the historical avant-garde design collaborative Memphis Milano, led by Ettore Sottsass, could not have found a more receptive and tuned-in audience than David Bowie," said Cécile Verdier, co-head of 20th-century design at Sotheby's.
"This is design with no limits and no boundaries," she added. "When you look at a piece of Memphis design, you see their unconventionality, the kaleidoscope of forms and patterns, the vibrant contrasting colours that really shouldn't work but really do."
The auction will be Sotheby's third to feature Bowie's collections since the pop star's untimely death in January. The first two, also scheduled for November, will focus on his store of contemporary art.
Born and raised in South London, Bowie studied art, music and design before embarking on a professional career as a musician in 1963.
He was known for his alter egos – including the androgynous Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane and Thin White Duke – and was the subject of a major retrospective at London's V&A in 2013.
His death followed the release of his Blackstar album, which featured a cover designed to reflect the musician's mortality by long-time graphic design collaborator Jonathan Barnbrook.
"This was a man who was facing his own mortality," said Barnbrook.
"The Blackstar symbol [★], rather than writing 'Blackstar', has as a sort of finality, a darkness, a simplicity, which is a representation of the music," said Barnbrook in an exclusive interview with Dezeen.
The Bowie/Collector auctions will be accompanied by an exhibition, taking place from 1 to 10 November 2016 at Sotheby's on New Bond Street, London.