We*Do gallery by Francisco Polo & Markus Herchet, Bangkok

September 21st, 2012 by retail design blog

The We*Do gallery, a new fashion and design hub that’ll drastically spice up the city’s retail scene. Established by interior designer Francisco Polo and architect Markus Herchet, the two have years of experience under their belt in the design arena and have now joined forces to create an adventurous retail formula where the offerings include furniture, objects and fashion items, to intentionally blur the distinctions between production and craft, and between industry and art.

We*Do gallery carries a cool range of hand-picked items by the savvy duo, presented in a setting or constellation that directly spawns from their vision to inspire and challenge shoppers. As such, a wall section in the store is dedicated to rotating contemporary art showcases while another section features sculpture. An additional focus is to introduce, represent and curate limited editions and unique pieces for design collectors.

A variety of leading brands are currently available at We*Do gallery, including Maison Martin Margiela, Richard Hutten, Vitra, Pia Wallén and Pioriobranco. For the coming months it has got quite a few projects up its sleeve, a 150 sqm. gallery expansion being the most prominent. Furthermore two more leading design brands will be added to its staple, and they’re planning to add a private dining concept to its retail formula.























http://superfuture.com/supernews/bangkok-we-do-gallery-opening

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