Micheline print boutique by Anagrama, San Pedro – Mexico

October 20th, 2011 by retail design blog

Micheline is a printing boutique founded in the mid 70’s. Back then, it was very uncommon to find a printshop that offered both design and high-end printing under the same roof. The boutique came to us because they needed their brand and store to express uniqueness, elegance, and modernity.

The space is inspired in the ambiance of print-shops in the seventies: it has a few contemporary accents such as the lighting, which gives the interiors a vanguardist atmosphere. We made sure to use a neutral color palette to focus all of the attention on the shelves holding the printing catalogues, as well as to emphasize the brand’s presence. This project was developed with the collaboration of our friends German Dehesa and Roberto Treviño.

Designed by Anagrama










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