O Boticário store by AAMD, Almada – Portugal

March 7th, 2014 by retail design blog

The new store design created by AAMD to the Brazilian international parfum and cosmetics group “O Boticário”, is strongly rooted in the principles of beauty, interaction, modularity, standardization and constructive simplicity.

Combining a store design that intuitively communicates the brand values, the easy adaptation to different geometries spaces, low production costs and reduced construction time, a model with great flexibility was developed to implement its network of stores in Portugal and the franchising expansion in African and Latin American markets.

Photos © Inês D’Orey

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