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Dugardeyn butcher’s shop by Frigomil, Roeselare – Belgium

June 3rd, 2013 by retail design blog

The round form of this butcher’s store is special, to say the least. This design ensures that the customers can see the products from any angle. There is a restaurant above the butcher’s store. The synergy between shop and restaurant are unique in the country. There is a very extensive selection for self-service. The use of high-quality materials, such as wood – both inside and outside – exudes class.

Designed by Frigomil














http://www.frigomil.be

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