Architecture for London creates demountable wood interior for Present & Correct store

Local studio Architecture for London has designed an interior for stationery store Present & Correct in London,  which features gridded joinery and draws on “wunderkammer” cabinets of curiosities.

The studio designed bespoke joinery and storage for the Present & Correct shop in Bloomsbury, central London, which sells vintage and new stationery from across the globe.

The store interior was made from white-oiled wood

Architecture for London constructed a fully demountable interior for the store, which could be moved in the future if needed.

“Rather than building the joinery around the existing building, we treated each unit as a freestanding cabinet,” Architecture for London director Ben Ridley told Dezeen.

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