Arzu Kaprol store by Autoban, Istanbul

February 15th, 2012 by retail design blog

Arzu Kaprol store by Autoban Istanbul Arzu Kaprol store by Autoban, Istanbul

Situated in Istanbul’s Galata district, a common ground for art galleries and specialized shops, Turkey’s respected fashion designer Arzu Kaprol displays her collections in a recently renovated historical building recognized as “Kamondo Inn‘. For the store’s transformation, Autoban conserved the original brick arch structure and designed everything around it.

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A celebrated piece from the recent Autoban archive -the Reedy Boookcase- is customized and embedded inside the archs, while the precious Carrara marble makes a statement by showing itself on display and storage units. Strategically placed lighting highlights the features of the interior and casts sculptural shadows.

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One thought on “Arzu Kaprol store by Autoban, Istanbul

  1. This is a very beautiful store design. Sometimes I am thinking that product presentation nowadays are like how items in a museum are presented, every item has its special place.

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