Tactile experience of a book
With the recent closure of Book Depository, one might think that print is dying but I doubt that we will ever stop collecting books. Whether it is a coffee table or a novel, reading a book by flipping its pages will always be my preferred choice. The tactile experience in itself is important, similar to physically visiting a brick and mortar or an art installation. On the other hand, having my kindle on flights does make packing so much simpler so it isn't a question of advancement but of convenience.
These are some books that will be available in store soon for your browsing.
Kato Seisakusho Tin CaddyThe narrative of diminishing craftsmen in Japan, dedicated to perfecting traditional skills, is intertwined with the shrinking population in smalle...
Smells like AaWhether we are at home or in store, we usually start and end our day with fragrance. The daily ritual of scenting our surroundings helps signify th...
Festive Market: December 2023We will be receiving our last shipment of 2023 which will be launched in time with our annual Festive Market this December. We will be working with...