MaalGaadi store by Divya Vijayanandakumar, Chennai – India

January 25th, 2015 by retail design blog

Covering 2800 square feet, the two-storey store by the Bay of Bengal features a range of goods from ready-to-wear clothing to small leather goods, shoes, jewellery, home decor, and fragrances.
Key architectural features include a large wooden door at the entrance, the industrial yet quirky furniture that was specially designed for the store and a rattan tri-cycle that is depictive of the native Indian fruit vendor. The project involved designing an interior space that has an identity of its own while allowing for the curated products to be the focus of the space

Design: Divya Vijayanandakumar
Photography: Nagoor Gani

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