Annie Aime store by +tongtong, Toronto

June 10th, 2013 by retail design blog

Annie Aime is a fashion retail space designed utilizing +tongtong’s series of geometric freestanding clothing racks, Les Ailes Noires. An open-concept flexible environment that can easily be reconfigured for art openings and other events was created to allow the client to be able to evolve her explorations and retail offerings. Working with artist Pascal Paquette, a bold and fluid coloured artwork is layered with structures of architectural expression reflecting the diversity of Annie’s curating and fashion sense. The design aims to balance elegance with the tactile richness of the urban environment that surrounds it.

Photography: Ben Rahn – A-Frame















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