TESS boutique by Atelier (M + G), Charleroi – Belgium

September 20th, 2012 by retail design blog

As part of the expansion of the TESS boutique – up-market womenswear shop – the young Belgian architects from the Atelier (M + G) – Marine Tricot and Grégoire Beetz – designed an ambivalent space. On one side sporty and white and vintage and chic on the other side. The adequacy of noble (oak, brass) and rough (concrete) materials helps to create an atmosphere both sophisticated and relaxed. As details, we will notice Tom Dixon’s chandeliers and Hay Scandinavian chairs. The whole sprinkled with pieces of antique mottled here and there.

About L’atelier (m + g)
Free expression is it main dynamic. Ready to listen to their customers, Marine Tricot and Gregoire Beetz think fluid spaces linked with the surroundings. The two designers are specialized in retail. They like to animate materials, volumes and light. Telling as a narrative around each of their creation…
















































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