Shoes Or No Shoes by Maecenas Dirk Vanderschueren

July 18th, 2011 by retail design blog

Shoes Or No Shoes by Maecenas Dirk Vanderschueren Shoes Or No Shoes by Maecenas Dirk Vanderschueren

If you’re looking for an ego and self centered shoe store then this is the perfect glamour interior shoe store designed by Maecenas Dirk Vanderschueren. He’s the owner of Cortina, one of the largest shoe manufacturers and gladly he shares his passion of shoe loving experience with this SONS theme, which is long for Shoes Or No Shoes in East Flanders, Kruishoutem or in English Cruyshautem Belgium.
If you want to witness this very ego central shoe store the you have to drive 70 kilos or around 40 miles from Antwerp and Brussels. This is the most glittering and selfish shoe store. The selfishness is vividly marked by the shoe racks that run all the way along the room which stands out than the glittering light of the lamps. Consisting of three collections and more than 2700 pairs of shoes this stores remarkably entered the hall of fame Guinness World Record as the largest collection of tribal and ethnological shoes.

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Hystorically SONS was built by the owner of Emile Veranneman and architect Christiaan Vander Plaetse in 1973. The founder surely will be proud for the achievement. It will be nicer if they’d a program of one day one pair of free shoes for a charity program wouldn’t it?

http://www.decodir.com/2010/10/modern-shoes-interior-design-by-maecenas-dirk-vanderschueren/

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