E.Tautz store by Sanderson Studios, London – UK

November 21st, 2014 by retail design blog

Sanderson Studios worked closely with E.Tautz owner and creative director, Patrick Grant, to deliver a made to measure experience that echoes the evolution and expansion of this iconic brand. A minimal gallery space exhibits the mainline collection and compliments the refined made-to-measure environment downstairs. These are joined together by a grand staircase and fitting rooms, fabricated from rich wooden cabinetry and subtle brass accents that evoke the Mies van der Rohe & Philip Johnson’s Four Seasons hotel restaurant in New York and provide a connection between the brand’s legacy and fresh vision.

Design by Sanderson Studios


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