Feuille store by Cutler, Vancouver – Canada

July 21st, 2016 by retail design blog

Inspired by the veins that provide structure and shape to a leaf, Feuille’s basic geometric forms juxtapose natural foliage against industrial urban street finishes. The casual appearance of rising concrete forms, rolled steel simple-lined fixtures, and black colour-blocking accents provide the industrial aesthetic of the space.

An ‘Urban Garden’ scape is created using plywood substrate forms with a concrete-like finish that appears to be extruded from the ground. This technique gives a sculptural monochromatic appeal. Balance occurs at the central trellis and the symmetrical harmony of the concrete bench forms, flanking the change room gathering space. The layered look of wood on concrete and greenery on concrete, with touches of metal and glass, bring West Coast architecture and high fashion together.

Designed by Cutler
Photography by William Luk

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