House Store, Warsaw – Poland

July 6th, 2015 by retail design blog

The fast growing Polish company LPP has introduced the new look of the House clothing stores. House fashion is addressed to people who value enjoyable ways of spending their free time. Both people fallowing urban fashion style and trends and those who like brave fashion with folk and vintage elements will find something for themselves in House stores. Many House customers are inspired by music and art that is why the interior of the store is highly related to the music instruments and details.

The in-house design team incorporated new elements for a fresh, updated look that better represents the brand’s men’s and women’s apparel. There are more wooden elements used in ceilings, walls and furniture, new glass and metal lamps. They also added more decorations such as 3d metal, paper or wood letters, glass bottles, plants and herbage. The refreshed concept was implemented in two shops recently opened Arkadia Shopping Centre in Warsaw.

Design: LPP S.A. House, in-house design team / Agnieszka Bus / Izabela Janaszak / Tomasz Pater / Kamil Skiba / Kasia Urbańska
Photography: Marcin Hryniewicz













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