ARTIFACTS store by MW Design, Taichung – Taiwan

February 18th, 2014 by retail design blog

Starting with “feminine”, “elegant” and “luxurious” as the design direction, while maintaining ARTIFACTS’ brand language of chic and modern, the designer, Michelle Wei has played with various materials to create a space that is soft with a contemperary touch.

Solidity of four different types of marble at the shop window, cashier and flooring areas matching with softness of grayish purple curtain in velvet as a background, have created a balance between masculine and feminine in the space.

Geometric pattern made with marble on the floor is another important design factor. There are three floor paths going from the hexagon table in the middle toward three different directions throughout the space; the marble veins on the star pattern have added an exquisite touch to the store.

Design Company: MW Design
Designer: Michelle Wei

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