Trend House Store

Trend House
Project Type:
Commercial design

The clients came to us to help them with this small shop project and we created everything from their logo, visual identity to the interior design concept, furniture design, building and installation, all the way to managing the electrics, display orders and installations, lighting fixtures and upholstery and textile mounting. The concept was simple: follow the latest trends in fashion store design and make it locally applicable. So, we picked up some key elements: chopper metal tones, simple, minimalist shapes, iron structures and interesting lighting… we checked out local possibilities of implementation and we came up with the best solutions that could be included in the air tight budget we had to work with. The final restful was a glamorous combination of all those elements and more. We studied the effects of sound, smell and light in the space available, we thought about the utility of seating areas, mirrors and modularity in a store that will be visited by all types of demographic profiles and came up with solutions to accommodate every need in one final, balanced design.

Rendered services:
Project briefing & research, design consultancy & concept, 2d technical drawings, 3d interior simulation, furniture, product and decoration creation and development, photorealistic rendering, full project management and implementation assist, recommendations and excerpts, full chain of suppliers

The project was completed in a period of 4 and a half months from concept to final implementation and it was a surprising road filled with twists and turns but in the end the store opened its doors and the reactions our clients got from their clients were more than satisfactory. The appreciations came flowing and we are happy to be able to visit the store in the Atrium Mall and see the happy clients benefit from our work.

Vendors & partners:

Tavane Extensibile (ceiling), Magia Luminii (lighting and fixtures), Adda Grup (wood furniture elements), Casa Cardinal (textiles), Dorina Branduse (tailoring and textile mounting)