Makalu store by ZAMEK DESIGN, Warsaw – Poland

May 11th, 2016 by retail design blog

Makalu in Blue City shopping center in Warsaw is the first store opened in a new shopconcept called ‘Feminine Polyline’. It was created by a group of creative designers from ZAMEK DESIGN. The idea was to combine subtle ethereality and dynamic forms, inspired by dressing screen, which gives the interior a feminine and warm character but leaves a strong impression at the same time.

Makalu offers minimal, contemporary clothing for brave, modern women who appreciate high quality and unique style of their apparel. ZAMEK DESIGN created an exclusive image of their boutiques, with walls following a broken polyline pattern, paired with unique lighting which reflects the dynamic forms of the walls.

The interior is kept in warm white, beige and gray colour scheme which ideally corresponds with chevron oak parquet. One of the walls is concealed with soft gray draperie giving the store a cozy feel. Openwork furnitures inspired by sculptures of Alexander Calder, the representative of kinetic art, have taken subtle, lightweight forms.

Photography by Joanna Mas/ owska

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