All furniture is freestanding by design. Simple white-tiled displays each support a pair of shoes. In the window, outfits are suspended in thin-ribbed steel frames. Identical black-coated frames are in use as wardrobe/linen cupboards on the shop floor.
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Carefully selected modern and vintage furniture pieces blend into a backdrop of sleek surfaces, impressive slabs of mirrors and shiny finishes. Unique touches, such as fitting room walls upholstered in suiting fabric, and rotating installations of art and cultural objects, all curated by interior designer Tommy Smythe, add further character to the retail space.
Chromate treated steel, a different kind of galvanization process, is used as the main material. We intend to differentiate itself from the past by changing the finish and the texture of the material. Chromate treated steel frames, which are composed of unit components to meet various needs, are installed in the simple shop space.
Although hailed as scenic, well-planned and prosperous, Oslo has so far failed to impress those in search of a happening lifestyle infrastructure. The city has long been overshadowed by the more dynamic scenes of other nordic capitals where a design legacy and more established creative industries have garnered global attention.
The Pennsylvania-based company opened a new two-floor, vintage-inspired store on Wooster Street and elected to design it as a “contemporary retrospective of the company’s 184-year history,” highlighted by the presence of wool shearing tools, swatch cards, catalogues and other historic items arranged around the space.
The brand Bridget & Olivia was founded in 2014, by Timea Staub and Dóra Kovács. The clothing combines a sportswear style with simple designes, and one that has a complex structure and form. The designers place a lot of attention on the quality of the clothes, as well as how body friendly the material is.