LUO Studio uses rotating walls to create flexible Beijing bookshop

Translucent rotating walls pivot to transform the interior of this bookshop in Bejing by Chinese architecture firm LUO Studio.

Located in the 479-square-metre basement space of a shopping mall in the Chinese capital, the Mumokuteki Concept Bookstore sells books as well as design objects, flowers, food and coffee.

A system of five rotating walls help to divide up the Mumokuteki Concept Bookstore (Top and above)

The shop occupies the mall’s former equipment room, which featured a disorderly arrangement of walls, columns and dense pipelines.

LUO Studio was tasked with working around these existing architectural elements to create an adaptable retail space that could also host events and exhibitions.

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