Print Avenue by Egue y Seta & Sabaté, Barcelona

December 12th, 2012 by retail design blog

We all know how to play and how to spend, but Egue y Seta, hand in hand with Sabaté, rather show you how to have fun investing less. Walking along a gameboard decorated with “engraved” past century lettering digitally printed over pinewood, we introduced ourselves, box by box, into the most profitable but playful property of the show: An entrance hall, a waiting area and a reception; or perhaps a shop with its counter or a walk-in printed surfaces catalog. All outfitted under an aesthetic scheme that flirts with the popular strategy game, while it posing a fresh, sustainable and cusomizable decorative strategy: Printing!

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One thought on “Print Avenue by Egue y Seta & Sabaté, Barcelona

  1. tony says:

    cool! is it inspired from monopoly game?

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