LUTYENS & RUBINSTEIN bookshop by De Rosee Sa, London

January 28th, 2013 by retail design blog

The bookshop has been designed to work hard; the space can be opened up to host film screenings or book signings, joinery cubes on castors allow for various rearrangements of the counter, and the shelving is modular to allow for spine-out or face-out book display. The shelving modules conform to two datum levels; a low level shelf doubles up as seating or a display surface; a high level steel rail supports the globe lighting and hanging signs.

Designed by De Rosee Sa

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