HOMME Featured on Archdaily
Our project Homme has been featured on Archdaily.
Homme is not just a store, but a unique experience of an urban environment within the context of a highly commercial space. Homme is a break from the usual shopping mall experience with a number of distinct aesthetic signs …
Homme is a concept store known for its various options of clothing brands for men. The royal blue colored stairs, encircled by metal wires invite the visitor to check out the newly designed space. The floors are rendered in ceramic tiles, the walls colored in plain gray whereas the ceiling is made of corrugated metal sheets. To further emphasize the urban identity of the design, scaffolding was used to display clothes and to create other elements within the retail function of the store. A three-meter high mirror mounted within the scaffolding is a visual marker of the store as well. The mirror gives another dimension to the space due to its size but also due to the surprising effect of seeing a mirror staying perfectly put inside a scaffolding.
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