Merrell flagship store by Mão Livre, Lisbon

January 5th, 2013 by retail design blog

The first mono-brand store of Merrell in Portugal combines its values of youth and dynamic with the chosen location: Rua do Ouro of Lisbon’s downtown. The rehabilitation of the facade was a priority and the materials used are raw, in its purest state. We used iron structures indeed rusty and plain solho boards. The store is structured in several product lines, a concept showcase and a wall for kid’s products.

Designed by Mão Livre

























http://www.maolivre.com

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