Interior design of a 30 sqm compact shop and studio in Berlin. The late thirties Art Deco look & feel was chosen to present and complement the 1950ies inspired fashion by Berlin designer Annika Graalfs. Special features are the fold up working table and the hide away changing room with contrasting textile wall panelling.
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Within the existing shell of a retail tenancy on Chapel St we designed a series of intersecting surfaces and shapes that collectively create an interior envelope and backdrop for the display of bespoke products. The space is also designed to function as a working studio space for the visiting artists as required.
Situated between Clarke’s and Paul Smith on Bree Street – Cape Town’s most up-and-coming retail address – Loom occupies a 58 square metre space that was designed and detailed by Keyworth in collaboration with Tonic Design. The interior features colours and shapes inspired by 80’s postmodernism juxtaposed with knackered and exposed brickwork and wood paneling.
The Game begins when you enter the store. A network of cables are suspended from the ceiling with flying fox seats ready to glide throughout the space. The hand crafted tools, weaponry and armour are reminiscent of traditional children’s toys. Made from reconstituted household objects; corkscrews have been turned into knuckle busters; hubcaps to body armor and shoehorns to spades. Each tool key to the prisoners escape.
The interior is contemporary with a rustic edge, featuring suspended and built-in wooden shelving, matched with swathes of white walls and ceramic tile flooring. The new Strasburgo store has been conceptualized the store with the urban traveler in mind, so pretty much the savvy kind who’s connected in more ways than one and who knows his fashion from a-z.
The character of the piece is determined by two elements; the ceiling, the architects have risen more than 90 different mirrors available at street markets. The second element is a kind of “room in the hall. With its large oval table, large round mirror on a wall coated fabric, carpet and a bunch of lamps hanging from the ceiling, the space appears as a home-like living.
The project team at Studio3877 went to Detroit and Philadelphia to study the local market economies and best practices in both cities. Their research inspired the resulting 4,800-square-foot market which features stained natural wood shelving, LED lighting, large display cases, pops of a color coined “Glen’s Green,” and community-driven offerings such as an onsite chef preparing dishes in an open kitchen and cooking classes for the market’s shoppers.