Lorena Pestana jewelry by Bautista Bravo Chatterley Huygens, Lima – Peru

May 15th, 2012 by retail design blog

The First is a module designed for outdoor use, which comprises several elements are made ​​of MDF and counter-plated recycled oregon pine (piece by piece of 1 inch x 5 – 6 to 7 inches consecutively). It has very organic design lines and curves that have embedded rectangular showcases in the counter which breaks the line to give functionality.

It has a platform of mdf plywood floor with a wood-like synthetic rubber and stainless steel socket and a moon tempered glass and frame stainless steel on its side in the back a couple of cabinets with drawers exhibiting lower and finally the roof structure made ​​of stainless steel (type tree with branches) with discs that form the roof are made ​​of aluminum, 100% organic concept.

The second is a shop of 20m2 with the same concept but incorporates a system of hanging lights (33 bronzed glass spheres), counter display more curved cedar plated platform for exhibition, has a self-adhesive vinyl gigantigrafia applied directly on the wall, polished concrete floor, built-in cabinet made ​​of MDF with acrylic paint finish white marquee mdf or plywood from veneer Trupan with oregon pine recycling.

Designed by Bautista Bravo Chatterley Huygens







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