Italian delicatessen by Ghinlon Architecture, Dublin

March 28th, 2013 by retail design blog

Previously used as a paint shop, the retail unit at 17 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2, Ireland, was converted into an Italian delicatessen. The design intent was to explore ideas concerning the generation of an aesthetic, as a driving architectural principle, informed by two main factors: the creation of a relevant brand identity for the client + testing past notions of symmetry and proportion, into which mathematical non-linear geometries (co-planar and non) are consciously/overtly subverted.

Designed by Ghinlon Architecture

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One thought on “Italian delicatessen by Ghinlon Architecture, Dublin

  1. Giovanna says:

    Well done Ghinlon Architecture absolutely fantastic!

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