Posts Tagged ‘Bookshop’
Shakespeare and Sons offers a selection of great books and some really delicious bagels.The dining area consists of about eight tables, neatly lined up a few steps above the main floor in front of the windows. The massive fiction section wraps around this area, interrupted only by a few shelves of poetry, drama, politics, sci-fi/fantasy and philosophy. Visit Shakespeare and Sons in Berlin (DE).
Just as the Saatchi Gallery brings you contemporary work by unseen artists, so SaatchiStore.com brings you and eclectic range of innovative lifestyle products by largely undiscovered artists and designers. Saatchistore.com gives you an opportunity to invest in lifestyle products to complement the art you love. Explore the Saatchi store in London (UK).
This children’s bookshop wanted to create an enchanting experience that invites children to fall in love with reading. The space is a magical one where children can experience adventure, mystery, creativity, and use their imagination. Discover The Little Bookworm in Chongqing (CN).
The intensity of a novel watered with the expressiveness of a wine is the dual experience provided by Tipos Infames in Madrid (ES).
Pop Up consisting of an eclectic selection of new independent and alternative magazines, fanzines and journals from around the world and with architecture at the center. Explore Archizines in New York (US).
One enters the store between pivoting bookcases encased in glass – part door, part window, part bookcase – and whichever direction one looks at there are books and an unpretentious feel, reminding that of used-book stores and making customers at ease to browse the shelves for the titles they want, to leaf through or even read them in the couches and easy chairs scattered around the multiple stories. Explore Livraria da Vila in Sao Paulo (BR).
Tokyo’s Tokyo is a kind of boutique gift shop, with comics, clothes, books, toys, and more. Explore this bookshop.
The upper floors offer a spectacular view of the premises. At the back of the church clients and visitors can sit and admire the beautifully renovated ceiling frescoes, while enjoying a nice warm cup of tea or coffee. Discover this bookshop in the Netherlands.
De Drvkkery is one of the country’s (Middelburg, Netherlands) best bookshops. It has an excellent magazine selection, a cafe, Internet access, art and photography displays on the walls – and oodles of books, including a huge travel section. Discover more…
Opening for just 13 days, Foldaway Bookshop is a pop-up specialist bookshop created for the London Festival of Architecture 2010 (UK). As the digital revolution advances, Foldaway Bookshop, celebrates the art form of the printed publication and create a key destination and sociable hub to welcome visitors to the Festival.