Cosmetics boutique by Hornowski Design, Krakow – Poland

December 12th, 2013 by retail design blog

Situated in the old Jewish district ‘Pieknalia’ in Krakow, local studio Hornowski Design have completed the sustainable ‘straw bale cosmetics boutique’. The new interior was informed by a strong ecological focus and also constructed at a relatively low cost.

Each 80x40x40cm unit was only about 1 euro and around 100 were used to form the two adjacent walls, while in between cut-out shelves fill the gaps, displaying the natural products on sale. The mounted materials were treated with a special fire protecting liquid that is used for curtains in theaters – their textured appearance offering an intriguing sight from the exterior.











http://www.designboom.com/design/hornowski-design-fills-cosmetics-boutique-with-straw-bales-12-02-2013/

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