CBTE Architecture’s interior design of the Lee Cooper store is the reflection of the modern style that combined with the historical heritage of over a century. The main design parameters of the store get in shape with the brand characteristics and the spirit of industrial revolution which is one of the important facts of the years when Lee Cooper brand was born.
Store concept of the shops in Turkey of Lee Cooper, one of the oldest denim brands of Europe which was originated in London, in 1908, designed by CBTE Architecture is styled in the light of data of the historical inheritance of over a century.
Summation constituted with the yields of breathing this atmosphere, experiencing the ambience and meeting with the products of this brand which is considered cult are handled as factors adding positive values to the project.
A study is meticulously performed on reflecting data obtained in parallel with the industrial revolution which is one of the significant facts of the years when the brand was born and the architectural infrastructure it evokes both on the materials to be used and the details developed.
A warm atmosphere where users shall spend pleasant time and where feeling of life experience dominates is aimed at indoors of Lee Cooper shops by supporting them with worn and aged blend bricks and steel L joists used on the walls of the shop, meshes and metal angle brackets and their combination details, components as textured woods and rough marble tables, pictures of the period on the wall behind the cash desk and hand paint brand visuals at place.
Photos by Gurkan AKAY
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