MadamebyMeck store by Oneto/Sousa Arquitectura Interior, Lima Peru

April 23rd, 2012 by retail design blog

In Lima Peru, Interior Design firm Oneto/Sousa Arquitectura interior recently completed a compact design project for a Clothe store. The store was so small (3.73mt2) that we wanted to take a different approach. Instead of making it appear bigger we wanted to make it comfortable and cozy. Because the ceiling was very high we used halo spot lights to make the effect of an endless space. The concept we work on was a “little princess mind memories” , so we cover most of the walls and stairs with a high end artificial grass and on one of the walls we put some classic house moldings and used pale colors.

For the shelves we have wood with a washed finish. In the case of the cloth, the hanger use a galvanized metal tube that resemble the pipes of old houses and the floor is covered in a black rug to make the impression of and endless space.

Designed by Oneto/Sousa Arquitectura Interior

Project: Madamebymeck Mini Store
Client: Madamebymeck Clothe
Date: 2011
Area: 3.70mt2
Location: San Isidro, Lima-Peru
Interior Design: Oneto/Sousa Arquitectura Interior
Photographer: Vinicios Barros




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2 thoughts on “MadamebyMeck store by Oneto/Sousa Arquitectura Interior, Lima Peru

  1. Rafael says:

    Espectacular Oneto!

  2. If you don’t like cutting grass or if you spend a lot of money to have someone to do it, you may want to consider artificial grass as an alternative. If you install artificial grass, you don’t have the weekly expense of mowing, nor do you need to purchase a lawnmower to do it yourself. Many of the newer types of artificial turf are made of recycled materials and are environmentally friendly.

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