Cosabella store by Turett Collaborative Architects, New York City

December 9th, 2014 by retail design blog

Cosabella, internationally acclaimed high-end lingerie company, hired TCA to help design their first New York City showroom in lower Manhattan. The space contained compelling features such as high ceilings and exposed brick walls, which both the client and TCA decided would become a design asset in the renovation of the space.

TCA worked closely with Cosabella to devise a setting that would complement their design philosophy, keeping the interiors clean, white and contemporary. From custom fixture design to logos integrated within found architectural features, the new showroom is a perfect backdrop to showcase the colorful array of Cosabella’s merchandise. As always, sustainable materials were utilized, such as low-VOC paints, naturally sourced and processed fabrics, and energy efficient lighting systems.

Design by Turett Collaborative Architects (TCA)

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