Kuruçeşme Macro Center supermarket by Autoban, Istanbul

February 27th, 2012 by retail design blog

Supermarket design is a new category in the Autoban project archive, and so is Kuruçeşme Macro Center, where the well-known supermarket chain is pilot testing their new gourmet-shopping concept. Autoban redesigned the façade and the interior of the supermarket by using raw and natural materials to create an overall industrial feel.

Once you go beyond the façade covered in iroko wood, you are welcomed to shop in a large open area that receives plenty of natural light from the front of the store. The focus is put on the fresh food by special lighting, and the custom-designed food cabinets combining dark hues with minimal forms perfectly background the wide variety of gourmet products on display.

Photography by Ali Bekman














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