The Fisli Optika is named after it’s owner, a small shop that offers frames and watches in a small Hungarian city. Since it’s located in a busy shopping street it is a perfect place where you can sit down to take a few moments to relax and to be inspired by the exhibited products. The designer opted for a layout that can attract any age as the former shop did. It has always been a popular destination for local citizens accustomed to warm service.
The space is wrapped in oakwood and it’s brightly illuminated providing warm and cosy ambiance. In order to maintain the airy atmosphere the furnishing was simplified as much as possible with custom-crafted furniture. Two large sitting-service desks just as the cabinets integrated into the thicker columns of the desks facilitate the immaculate service. The other cabinets and drawers offering place for stocking are hidden from the eye of clients helping them to focus on the highlighted displays. Less is sometimes more; neat and organized displays allow the customers to be more attentive.
Designed by Tamás Csiszér / Csiszer Design
Photography by Benjámin Szente