The new Electa Library in the Colosseum in Rome is among the latest projects of Milan-based firm Migliore+Servetto. The design duo was commissioned to create a unifying language for the Italian publishing house’s shops, which debuted in four locations in Rome as well as the Venice site, in the spaces of the Biennale.

Libraries of the Colosseum from Miglior + Serveto

(Image credit: Andrea Martiradona)

The new Electa Library concept has taken over four spaces in the Colosseum Archaeological Park: Colosseum Gallery I, Gallery II, San Gregorio al Palatino and Clevo Palatino. While each space has a distinct identity, Migliore+Servetto’s intervention is characterized by a unifying language that includes a light furniture scheme that brings simplicity and modularity to the displays.

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