Façonnable office and showroom by Bettis Tarazi Arquitectos, Panama City – Panama

August 5th, 2014 by retail design blog

Since 1950, Façonnable is a renowned French global brand keeping a vast history. Their stores display all over the world: United States, Asia, Africa, Europe, America and Middle East. Featuring a mix between classic and contemporary, elegance always remains, but at the same time it catches free style vibrant palette.

Façonnable group entrusted Bettis Tarazi Arquitectos firm, the creation of the main office and showroom interior design at Punta Pacifica, Panama. Following the brand´s trends, the architects presented a customized classic, yet contemporary proposal. Wooden floor and warm illumination mainstream all over the offices, granting natural comfort.

At the grand main reception desk, a Barrisol triangular volumized wall makes contrast with it´s wood and stainless steel front parallel wall. Other remarkable areas are the waiting room and the private reception desk, starring the mirror ceiling. This creates the illusion of walls going upwards, giving a sensation of greater height.

The conference room has a great comfy sea view through the ceiling- to- floor window, and bar/lunch area access. The wide showroom has easy walk-thru room mobility toward the organized Façonnable designs. Last but not least, a wider manager office area presents an astonishing bay view, contemporary ceiling design and classic wood revetment at walls and floor.

Photogrpahy by Jaime Justiniani












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