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Although based in Melbourne and well-represented with twelve standalone boutiques across town, Aesop still found room to expand. The Australian cosmetics brand has added a new boutique at Melbourne Airport‘s Terminal 2 where it occupies a compact unit in the departure lounge. Designed by Aesop‘s in-house design team, the setting has a utilitarian aesthetic and sees an entrance flanked by granite-covered columns and flooring of studded rubber tiles which were initially designed by Italian manufacturer Pirelli for Milan‘s Metropolitana underground transport system. Curved edges allow a seamless extension of the tiles onto the walls, forming an unusual backdrop for suspended cabinets and shelving of brushed stainless steel. A sales counter sits in the middle of the retail space below a sleek linear pendant lamp. Arguably the most striking element of the interior are the three wash basins. A signature feature in all of Aesop‘s boutiques worldwide, and here, they’re interconnected by way of a wall-suspended panel. Additional recessed shelving allows more merchandise to be presented to shopping travellers. The new Aesop store carries the full range of skin, hair, body and home products.

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