Shmarim, a pastries shop in shop located inside a large supermarket in Herzelia (near Tel Aviv). The store was designed in warm colors using wood, iron, bricks. The logo and the special lamp was designed inspired by the world of backing.
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The site was formerly used as office space. For the floor, we peeled off the existing carpet and sanded exposed mortar undercoat thoroughly to make it perfectly horizontal and ‘super-flat’. As a result we created unique random mosaic pattern-in some places aggregates are revealed, and in other places finer particles cover up the surface.
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.
Just imagine a library that doesn’t essentially consist of books, but is full of delicate personal objects, dear reminiscences, odours, yet unveiled links and feelings of future experiences. A vision that once emerged from dreams as an archetype, became an invisible frame for the whole “library” to be mounted on.
Inspired by classic circus elements, this new project for Camper has colour and fantasy. The space is full of life and light, inviting people to dream. As soon as we step through the organic door, with a handle shaped like a candy cane, we begin to discover the surprises inside. There are no corners, only curved forms.