Óptica Queirós by Tsou Arquitectos, Póvoa de Lanhoso – Portugal

November 24th, 2016 by retail design blog


The refurbishment proposal of Óptica Queirós goes through the redefinition of the functional zoning and circulations. The front desk and workshop are placed sideways. The central space of the showroom and personalized attendance is well-marked by the false ceiling design. The access to the contactology office is done by a passage in the curved plane of the wall.


The shelves of the eyeglass frames follows the shop design in all it dimension. They perform the double function of showcase from the inside and outside and also work as sun blockers. All the functional elements follow the global design, creating a unifying image of the whole.

Architects: Tsou Arquitectos
Photography: João Macedo


http://www.archdaily.com/799676/ptica-queiros-tsou-arquitectos

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One thought on “Óptica Queirós by Tsou Arquitectos, Póvoa de Lanhoso – Portugal

  1. Optical store looks awesome.. All the Best.. 🙂

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