Marcha Ballerina shoe stand by Bilgoray Pozner

March 27th, 2014 by retail design blog

Bilgoray Pozner – A leading retail design studio from Israel is proud to present “Marcha Ballerina” – an original & unique concept for a one product stand – a 24 vivid color assortment of timeless and coquettish ballet flats to fit every girl & women out there.

The design gets its inspiration from the streets of Paris, and the impeccable finesse of the Parisian women. Even when she visits the local market to buy groceries, the Parisian lady does it with style – the right basket, the best baguette, and “Marcha Ballerina” shoes. The ballerina’s collection comes with a verity of names straight from the most renowned Parisian market’s produce: colors names from the flower, fruit and vegetable world.

The stands are designed to fit the landscape of an urban Parisian market, and give the sensation of style and accessibility to everyone who desires to feel and touch Paris. The stands are made of distressed wood crates and wrought iron with an ‘old fashion’ look – fruit and vegetable crates used as flat display and old lightning columns from the streets of Paris to complete the look.

About:
Bilgoray- Pozner studio headed by Keren Pozner and Shmulik Bilgoray is a leading retail design firm in Israel. It was founded in 1998 with the recognition that the interior design of a business is a critical aspect in its marketing strategy. It is a way for convening a message to the customer, enhancing the shopping experience and fine tuning the brands values. The studio provides solutions to businesses from the initial concept & budgeting phase through planning, designing and construction. The studio has worked with some of the largest retail brands in Israel including Renuar, Roladin Bakery, H&M, CrazyLine, TwentyFourSeven, Hangar, Café Cafe and many more.









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