Gordana Dimitrijevic boutique by Element-s, Paris

May 15th, 2013 by retail design blog

It’s in the heart of the 6th arrondissement that Gordana Dimitrijevic, a talented Stylist decided to open her first Parisienne boutique to present her geometrically inspired collections of bags and shoes.

Manuel Bonnemazou & Agnes Cambus from Element-s agency have imagined for her a light and imposing wood structure that imitates a bird cage. This wooden structure assembled by a series of wing nuts is additionally combanied with thin and illuminated golden shelves on which are presented the shoes.

To break the perspectives a large painted line that reminds us the random work of an artist marks the wall to lead the eye towards Gordana’s workshop located above the boutique. Element-s agency has also devised the graphic elements of the brand developed on the shoes boxes and the boutique facade.

Photography by Kristen Pelou








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