Passion store by Oliver Interior Design, Kaohsiung – Taiwan

February 18th, 2014 by retail design blog

The owner’s apparel advocates simplicity, fashion and high quality, they want the store to follow the industry fashion, not artificial, and keeps the natural and primitive impression. The owner wants to have a window background which can attract attention from the shoppers to the outfits of the latest season worn on models and displayed in the store.

There should have consistent style from outdoor to indoor in the store, the feeling of freedom and ease should be maintained and emphasized. The owner hopes the designers can integrate apparel on sales seamlessly with the concept and atmosphere in the store.

Designed by Oliver Interior Design
















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