Lonely Planet is a playful and adventurous travel guide book publisher. In their UK office, they wanted to divide space in their open-plan library while displaying their award-winning publications from around the world.
A black GRID structure provides contrast and balance to their brightly-coloured book covers. The customised units also include a selection of magazine shelves for a rotating display of featured books. For extra seating, single GRID modules are added with upholstered top panels.
Open and welcoming, the units invite you to browse, take a seat and explore your next travel destination.
Client: Lonely Planet
Location: London, United Kingdom
Architect: Aros Architects
Dealer: Ethos Interiors