Frozen in time, the fifth floor of Liverpool’s iconic Lewis’s department store has been closed since the early 80s, and miraculously still houses an untouched, although obviously in disrepair, 1950s restaurant and a 1970s hair salon. In collaboration with creative project managers, Neutral Spoon, local photographer – and co-founder of Document Skateboard Magazine – Stephen King has produced a book of photographs from Lewis’s haunting ‘lost’ floor, alongside engaging portraits of current and ex-employees. Showing as an exhibition at Liverpool’s National Conservation Centre from the 26th of this month, through to the end of August, the project also has a website collecting intriguing, and truly captivating memories of the forgotten – or seemingly not so – floor, from staff and public alike…..