Nomadic Tiny Bookshop on Wheels Wandering Through France

Electronic books have captured a big part of the market in recent years. Yet, despite the popularity of e-books and e-readers, people still love their real-paper books.

Combining both the love of books and the charm of tiny houses is this hand-built tiny library on wheels in France. Called la librairie itinérante (“the travelling bookstore”), it’s been constructed by Romain Saunier and Pauline Fagué of La Maison Qui Chemine, a young couple who wanted to meld their skills in carpentry and interior design to create functional yet beautiful tiny homes. Their latest realization for a bookseller named Jean-Jacques is a mobile place that brings books to villages that are too small to have their own libraries or bookshops…

One Response to Nomadic Tiny Bookshop on Wheels Wandering Through France

  1. max godino says:

    Love it! As a tiny home builder (page 33 of “Tiny Homes”) and a co-owner of a cooperative bookstore (http://www.adobebooks.com/) this is my dream combination. Ingenious way to keep the books from falling off during transport and nice use of all available vertical and horizontal space.

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