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Le Monde, an Australian art and design brand, officially entered the Chinese market in 2017—bringing with them the latest wedding trends for fashion-conscious Chinese couples. With 11 years of experience planning weddings for over 4000 couples, opening its first experience store in Shenzhen. As appreciators of the aesthetics of any beautiful wedding, Hejidesign created an experience store to give couples the opportunity to bring their dream wedding to life before the big day. Couples can almost feel themselves surrounded by rolling hills and ocean waves as they promise to love and cherish another for the rest of their days.

Le Monde Display Space is separated into three main areas: the special experience area and the multi-functional display area and the lounge. Inspired by the natural green of vegetation, hanging potted plants serve as the focal point of the main space. A spiral staircase leading to the special experience area is barely visible through the thicket of greenery. Natural lighting and the sounds of dripping water blend together to evoke the feeling of a garden wedding.

Wedding dresses and related art pieces are on display in this area as well. The meeting area is created using spliced materials. When visitors enter the room, they will notice a canvas of blue gradually fade to become a sofa, and artfully handcrafted materials pieced together to create a mountain-sea scene. Young couples will be able to visualize themselves pledging love for another, surrounded by pristine natural beauty.

The specific details of the lighting played a key role in designing the space. A clean design technique and a nature-art focus inspired the overarching design of the space. Concrete and original wood were the main building materials, with murals decorating select walls.

Designed by Hejidesign
Photography by Tony Chen

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