Ocelot bookstore and cafe by Martina Zeyen, Berlin – Germany

August 28th, 2014 by retail design blog

Inside a retail space of 260 sqm, Ocelot proves that bookstores can do more than just sell books. The concept store for advanced reading focuses on the complex possibilities of contemporary reading. The space combines a cafe area with an unfolding cascade of bookshelves that challenge the customer’s perception and help to discover all the gems that the store has to offer. Various seating elements and upholstered alcoves transform the space into a reading lounge for digital and traditional readers. A series of lectures and events adds to the attractivity of this innovative reading environment.

Photography: Yves Sucksdorff
Design by Martina Zeyen

http://martinazeyen.wordpress.com/2012/06/10/ocelot-not-just-another-bookstore/

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