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    Quirky low cost lighting idea - you could substitute books for something more relevant to you brand (www.qoqohom.com)

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    McNally Jackson Bookstore Cafe by Front studio I like the book-cloud, the light fixtures and the way the make those ordinary chairs a little bit more comforatble. It seems a very pleasant place to hang around for some hours reading books and drinking coffee. via Contemporist

  • Sonmez Hennesey

    McNally Jackson Cafe by Front Studio Architects #cafe #restaurant #interior #books #design

  • Natalie Hansen

    sustainable design, green design, bookstore, recycled books, old books, recycled materials, green interior design, interiors, McNally Jackson Books - This reminds me of the interior at Chipotle.

  • studio lumen

    Ceiling Design McNally Jackson cafe and bookstore

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