Delicate Footgear shoe store by Bespoke, Munich – Germany

October 25th, 2013 by retail design blog

Thomas Schuhe is the new distinctive store in series of shops for high-quality and fashionable shoes of the Munich traditon company Thomas. Situated in the „Hofstatt“, the new hotspot of fashion, food and lifestyle in the heart of Munich, the store is a homage to the old factories and a playful reference to the traditional use of materials. The sophisticated concept blends modernity with tradition.

Leather, steel, brass, a huge golden mirror and low lighting provide plenty of character and accentuate the contrast to the rough character of fairfaced concrete and visible cable channels of the sales area. The colour black dresses the surfaces in various modes, punctuated with burst of the elegant herringbone parquet. Careful editing of details and the unique and bespoke furniture take this location out of the realm of lively shop area and give the feel of an exclusive atmosphere by relaxing and drinking a coffee.

Design: Bespoke / Stefan Neubrand
















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