Nandita Basu store by Lotus, Delhi

February 29th, 2012 by retail design blog

The client’s architectural approach to fashion became a starting point for generating the framework for the store to showcase her collection. Our response to the small trapezoidal space, was a plan which involved inserting a rectangular glass cube into the raw distressed grey shell.

The yellow translucent glass skin frames the clothes and also serves as a screen for VM and communication. The insert terminates into a tessellated mirror shutters for the storage unit at the rear of the store, which also reflects occasional glimpses of the Qutab Minar from across the street in the distance.







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