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Charlotte Delattre


Paris native Charlotte happily joined Shakespeare and Company a few years back, after spending many of her teenage days in the library upstairs. She hasn't looked back since! Generally spontaneous, her loves are doing things at a moment's notice (she believes they make the best memories), the familiar sound of the bookshop staircase, trying to convert her co-collaborator for the cinema section (Alex, a David Simon protegé) to Derek Jarman and the first lines of the books she always comes back to.

Charlotte’s bookshelves

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Sweets to the Sweet

14th February 2015


Stunning and delicious Cook Books because “a party without cake is just a meeting” Julia Child


ByCharlotte Delattre


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Masks and Disguise

14th February 2015


Through concealment and disguise, these stories twist and turn to deliver a nuanced understanding of reality formed both of facts and fiction.


ByCharlotte Delattre


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Dreaming Utopia

14th February 2015


Interdisciplinary studies of utopias past, imagined, and to come. A selection from architectural works to ecological and philosophical studies helping us to question and shape our future.


ByCharlotte Delattre


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The Odd One Out

14th February 2015


An invitation to meet freaks and uniques in all their myriad forms


ByCharlotte Delattre


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On urban visions: creating future cities and their societies

14th February 2015


Ten titles to rethink our urban spaces : aiming towards greener, more ecologically aware, and community driven city life


ByCharlotte Delattre


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Art Books for Children

14th February 2015


Who would think that architecture and design books could be suitable for children? A selection of beautiful titles to inspire both young and old alike.


ByCharlotte Delattre

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