Wrong Weather, Porto

June 3rd, 2011 by retail design blog

Fashion & lifestyle store for contemporary men has a space to match their concept, to go with their interesting online shop the team wanted an interior design which will help the buyer see the brands in a different and a more unique manner. Having a gallery space inside the store Wrong Weather often takes part in art events, naturally wanting to expand their love for art to the clothes on display they have hired a noted Italian Architect Francesco Moncada to create a special furniture installation comprised of more than 200 pieces. Used as a special instore display it is placed in a specific landscape formation, presenting the latest from Wrong Weather and brands the company sells.

http://www.archiscene.net/interior-design/wrong-weather-store/

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