Call Me Mosaic adds new dimension to books

Pioneer bookshop brand Call Me Mosaic in Guangzhou, China, has a user-oriented strategy to respond to individual reading requirements.

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This is reflected in the way its interior design, by Jason Guo of TurtleHill, addresses the reading experience, reports Retail Design Blog.

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The shop offers a multi-dimensional scenario, and its C-shaped shelves are arranged as a module. Stacked in various lengths, the shelves generate a complex “bursting wall” of books. Standing amid this, customers can find books of similar interest.

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