Mon, Aug 24, 2009
The interior of this boutique for shoes, bag and accessories is made by the architects Alexei Haas and Ecaterine Rodionova. To improve the visual proportions of a narrow and elongated space, they took half a meter from the basement. The aim of the architects was to create a harmonious space as a background for the most spectacular demonstration of fashionable assortment. They select walls with dark shade. Parquet is made of walnut with black inserts of wenge and embellished picture of a hexagonal honeycomb gives to the interior light industrial nature. Along the perimeter of rooms were built two tiers of shelves in white, made of plywood. In a white ceiling there are installed two rows of halogen lamps.
Of course, all this only serves as a background for the four egg-shaped stands. They are made with technology, typical for the construction of yachts, and painted with automotive paint for a deep color and glossy shine.
The main success of the project, architects believe that the space looks harmonious. All of its elements relate to each other and work together on a single and memorable image.
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