The interior is characterized by the blue linoleum on the floor and the rough warm plaster on the walls. A belt of dove-grey tiles highlights the clothes and fashion accessories hung on the exhibitors.
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The racks, with matching mirrors and lamps, are created by Dutch designer Maarten Baas who took his clay furniture to another level. The low wooden tables with ceramic figurines were made by Dirk Van Saene himself, who after 30 years in the Belgian avant-garde scene, created his own little universe.
White interior, with a mixture of modern and classical elements. The major focus point is a cash-desk, made of HPL with dual utility (you can actually sit on it, and try the desired pair of shoes). Products visible in the store and the wall display (not too crowded racks) remind you, that you’re in a ” luxury boutique”.
This design is an assembly of these values created via pattern, form and texture in a synthesis of traditional English handcraft and high-tech manufacturing. Styled as a symbiosis of the classic and contemporary, the concept investigates a thoroughly current fusion of classic Edwardian splendour and Japanese Manga.