École Boutique by Adrian Bleschke, Berlin – Germany

October 30th, 2014 by retail design blog

The boutique concept’s fundament and initial point — a vintage portmanteau from the 20th century — is enthroned behind heavy security glass. A gigantic system of shelves with indirect illumination integrates the designers’ accessories as artworks, thus creating the impression of a colossal jig.

The fashion collections are displayed on frosted black hangers that are supported by product carriers made from brushed brass. The floor’s black oak planks create a harsh contrast to the room’s colour concept of sage dove. The sophisticated black is found again on socket outlets and the room-high doors as piano lacquer.

Designed by Adrian Bleschke







http://www.adrianbleschke.de

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