Fred Perry store by BuckleyGrayYeoman, Bangkok – Thailand

July 31st, 2014 by retail design blog

BuckleyGrayYeoman were commissioned by Fred Perry to design their latest international store within the newly completed Central Embassy Mall, in Bangkok, Thailand, bringing the brand’s iconic English identity to the already culturally rich city. The long narrow plan arrangement has been designed into three distinct spaces, clothing display as you enter, the central cash desk and the accessories area to the back of the store.

Each of these spaces carries their own distinct identity using differing material palettes of concrete, blackened steel and glazed tiles, while also sharing consistent subtle references to Fred Perry’s design heritage. Upon entering, a sculptural wall displaying Fred Perry’s famous laurel wreath logo fills the large glazed shopfront. The unit provides 1,100 sq ft of retail space with associated back of house storage.

http://www.buckleygrayyeoman.com

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