Stoneage flagship store by Fatima Babar, Lahore – Pakistan

October 26th, 2012 by retail design blog

The Stoneage flagship store is designed to revamp the existing identity of Stoneage. This time around the store was designed to provide maximum brand experience about the brands identity. Therefore most of the material used and fixture designed are raw in nature. To sum it all the store design is an elaboration of Stoneage’s brand story.

Since Stoneage’s inception was identified by an atmosphere of raw energy the designed spaces also reflect natural rawness. Therefore concrete is paired with Ms steel, brick with raw containers and wood with galvanized metal sheets. The attitude of Stoneage celebrates the unprocessed brand experience in an unattainable glory.

Designed by Fatima Babar
























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5 thoughts on “Stoneage flagship store by Fatima Babar, Lahore – Pakistan

  1. Pretty disrespectful and a downright blatant lie to take credit for something that you did not do. But I guess you have to keep telling people you did so you can actually believe it yourself.

  2. Amer says:

    I concur with the previous comment. This is not a Stoneage store designed by Fatima.

  3. Ak says:

    pretty childish trolling going on here .. however i certainly know now where to go to now to get my store designed

  4. Hira Mohibullah says:

    Great work Fatima, this store is such an iconic reflection of your talent!

  5. Shehzil Malik says:

    Fatima, so proud of you! Seeing you work so hard on the designs and then seeing it materialized so wonderfully is impressive!

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