Formerly located in the Palais Bourbon, the National Assembly shop moved to rue de l’Université, at the foot of a Haussmann building. This made it more visible and accessible, targeting a wider public (sale of souvenirs, decorative items, books, etc.), while retaining its initial activity (sale of legal texts) with the French Republic as its common denominator.
Project constraints : half the area of the old shop but for more products to display and store.
The checkout counter was also designed to accommodate all the small items that are difficult to display.
The wall opposite the main facade conceals a row of cupboards, of varying heights, for legal texts and storage. The four central display units are equipped with secure glass cabinets, a display shelf and a storage volume.
At the entrance, a bookshop area showcases the latest books.