The Cabinet Salon is my university design thesis project at UQAM. I aimed to explore library organization and create a space where diverse themes could converge, fostering exchanges among people. This vision led to the creation of Cabinet Salon, and as part of my study, I designed a range of books tailored to inhabit this unique space.
The Cabinet Salon serves as a territory for learning, a hub for reflection, experience, and knowledge. It's a space where the unexpected thrives. It inventories an array of eclectic books, particularly various fascinating encyclopedias. The goal of the Cabinet Salon is to foster knowledge and open-mindedness on extraordinary topics, encouraging engaging conversations and providing a space for exchange.