Ripley store by DAW, Santiago

December 28th, 2012 by retail design blog

The design for the retail space Index, a brand from Ripley, commenced with the requirements of containment and neutrality, with many display areas for the collection. In order to contain the variety and quantity, the general strategy contends working with modular plates, which are located in the back, supporting and organizing the display. This system also allows its distribution in different areas.

Through the understanding of the target group (young people), concepts of “street” and “night” are manifested on a dark palette, composed of basic materials which at the same time contribute as neutral supports.

Designed by DAW







http://daw.cl

Obakki, Vancouver
Mcfarlane green biggar Architecture + Design (mgb) was commissioned to desig...
Interactive interior facade at Issey Miyake Shinjuku by Moment Design, Tokyo
The interactive faced by Tokyo-based Moment Design has two faces - black and...
Muratti Uomo Shop by Lantavos Projects, Athens
The ergonomic design the simple construction solutions and the use of intell...
Kyobo book center & hottracks by WGNB, Busan - South Korea
Designer chose Agora, a plaza formed in polis ancient Greek city state, as a...

Leave a Reply