Dleet store by Ontology Studio, Taoyuan – Taiwan

July 13th, 2016 by retail design blog

Ontology studio designed the latest store of the young Taiwanese designer’s brand, Dleet, in Taoyuan, Taiwan. The straight black lines on the all-white background seem very simple, but never bored. Only by moving a step forward, you get a different view – the scene changes from every angle. The interior designer plays with the infinite shapes of 2D pattern in the 3D world, making surprises in each detail. When light is added, shadows layer the scene with clear silhouettes. The small space turns out to be simple, unique, delicate and modest.

Dleet is a young designer’s brand, recognized by the world in just a few years after its launch. The fashion products feature clean and neat color, nice silhouette, and special cuts. Each of its stores follows the same structure and color system – black and white. And still The designer found a way to make it fresh and impressive.

Designed by Ontology Studio
Photography by Joe Wu







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