Posts Tagged ‘Patchi’

Patchi chocolate shop Nobu by Lautrefabrique Architects, Ryiadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

April 22nd, 2016

Clearly sequenced, the hundred and eighty square meters are subtly divided, as is often the case with Patchi stores, into separate universes: from an area with presentation boxes and countless other precious containers to the reception area, materialized by a copper desk with natural contours to the chocolate counter with its signature ebony walls.

Patchi chocolate shop at Yas Mall by Lautrefabrique Architects, Abu Dhabi – UAE

April 14th, 2016

From floor to ceiling, the whole scenography pays attention to the slightest detail. Through the use of cleverly orchestrated repetition, symmetry and opposition a sense of unity is maintained.

Patchi chocolate shop at Boulevard by Lautrefabrique Architects, Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

April 13th, 2016

Everything is smooth, lustrous and sparkling, from the wide black-lacquered reception desk that offsets the teeming colored shelves, lined with the famous anise and black Patchi boxes and the latest multicolored collections to the lighted niches.

GROCERIES! Patchi store by Lautrefabrique Architectes, Beirut – Lebanon

May 3rd, 2013

Patchi store by Lautrefabrique Architectes, Beirut – Lebanon

Patchi store by Lautrefabrique Architectes, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

March 18th, 2013

Curves appear, in reassuring bulkheads that soften the shelves and in a cylindrical tower (the gourmandine tower) which develops into a clever display. Nearby, in perfect harmony, a spectacular ebony case lends its deep brown curves to the brand’s new boxes.

Patchi chocolatier shop by Lautrefabrique Architectes, Ryiadh – Saudi Arabia

March 17th, 2013

Oak makes a remarkable appearance in the surprising latticework of a long sculptured element with delicately ridged edges. It crosses the heart of the retail area on the ground floor then seems to spring out of the first floor in a sort of lattice canopy shielding a more intimate area. Blacks here, whites there, ceiling volumes competing with bulkheads, light wells and other relief.