Anselmi flagship store by 3DDesign Arquitetura, Porto Alegre – Brasil

October 12th, 2016 by retail design blog

This concept store uses a combination of natural and rustic materials such as reused wood and copper to create a comfortable and sophisticated environment.

The highlight of the store is a tree made with 10,000 demolition wood chips. The tree represents a family and the wood chips remembers the wooden roofs used by the first Italian immigrants in Rio Grande do Sul.

Anselmi is a family clothing company with strong Italian roots.

Photography: Daniel Palavro
Design: 3DDesign Arquitetura










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