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Retail

 

Retail space can typically have two unsuccessful endings. One is the architecture blends too much into the background and ends up acting as “white-noise”. It doesn’t compliment the products being sold, but instead becomes so mundane it distracts. The second is the architecture overpowers the patrons and the products. The space becomes so strong in its own statement that everything else is lost.
Creating retail space should combine the two mishaps mentioned above by creating one cohesive environment that not only grabs people’s attention and draws them into the space, but also creates a sense of harmony which allows the products to take “center-stage”.