Imatio store by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Heraklion – Greece

November 7th, 2014 by retail design blog

The interior design company Manousos Leontarakis & partners presents a new project at the city of Heraklion called Imatio. At the famous Venetian Lion square a four-storey building inspired by minimal interior. On ground floor along the impressive hallway there are wooden showcases with luxury clothes. Also three extra large lighting are hanging from the vaulted ceiling. Ceramic clays of wood imitation are placed on the floor and a chic reception serves clients. The elevator that communicates to all floors coated with mirrors and wood.

On the basement we can see mens collection and the interior style is more modern and strikle. Wooden floor and black metal handle railings are the main decorative elements. On the first floor hosts the casual women’s clothing, which has invested flooring with wood in gray shades and on the ceiling have been placed black wooden beams. On the second floor there is the brand name women clothing and identifies a more luxurious decoration. The flooring coated with marble tiles and ceilings decorated with stuccoes.

Finally the third floor hosts the stock of the shop and is characterized by an industrial style. Polished floor, investments by metal sheets and a simple black ceiling are the main elements. In conclusion should be noted that special attention was given to lighting.

Photography: Pavlos Kapoglou
Design by Manousos Leontarakis & Partners / Manousos Leontarakis & Associates

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