Baldwin Men’s shop by Hufft Projects, Leawood – Kansas

June 19th, 2012 by retail design blog

Baldwin Denim and Standard Style are two retail concepts with one owner, but completely separate identities. For Baldwin, the look is masculine and enduring. A center table runs the length of the space and terminates at one of the stores focal points -’the sewer’s room’. Dark walnut and raw steel were the materials of choice.

Photo Credit: Mike Sinclair

Designed by Hufft Projects









http://hufft.com

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