Republic of Fritz Hansen store by BDP, London

February 28th, 2012 by retail design blog

Fit out store design for a leading Scandinavian brand. BDP’s aim was to simply but sympathetically restore the grand duplex ground floor and lower ground floor spaces to open plan within this corner period building that commands a prominent position in central London.

Simple but high quality treatments of finishes and exposed services allow the space to have an open feel with an industrial minimalist quality, complementing the Republic of Fritz Hansen and Skandium brand aesthetics. A new centre-piece bespoke cantilevered staircase connects the two showroom floors and provides an impressive focus-point to the space.












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