Surmesur boutique by PARKA, Quebec City – Canada

April 3rd, 2016 by retail design blog

Founded by brothers Vincent and François Thériault, Surmesur, specializing in tailored menswear, continues its growth. Parka is proud to participate in their expansion projects. Quebec city’s Surmesur boutique, first to open its doors, has recently doubled in size and been completely refurbished. The boutique, in addition to displaying numerous fabrics, offers the customer a unique experience where he is guided in creating his own image. Contemporary design, both simple and functional, enhances the outstanding and highly personalized shopping experience Surmesur offers. White and glossy furniture contrasts with the textures and colors of the various fabrics exposed.

The boutique, nearly 3,000 square feet, includes: multiple desks for a personalized design experience, a living room surrounded by select accessories, a V.I.P. lounge, a measurement area, fitting rooms, as well as an area for staff and clothing storage.

Designed by PARKA – Architecture & design
Photography by Jessy Bernier Photographe

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