Casa Bosques Bookshop by Savvy Studio, Mexico City

March 7th, 2014 by retail design blog

The branding and the interior design for the shop were both developed according to four ruling concepts which follow the constants set by Casa Bosques: informative, simple, friendly and straightforward. The applications are intuitive and clean, they use a combination of rubber stamps with offset printing and the band that covers the books and magazines is later reused as a bookmark.

We created a space that conveys the feeling of a sitting room – a relaxed and cozy atmosphere where the publications on display can be taken and read on the couch. The design was developed in conjunction with the house’s original architecture.

Designed by Savvy Studio in collaboration with Jorge Diego Etienne
Photography by Alejandro Cartagena

















http://savvy-studio.net

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