Interior design for RK Apothecary , a store that sells bath and body products. This interior has a series of tables “fruit outre” to display the product. This modern retail interior are spatial retail space efficient and visually appealing. This product is taken from shelves and displayed on a series of “outre fruit” table so that customers can engage with it.
Retail store interior space before the redesign was small and crowded with structural and mechanical elements that can not be changed. The designer had to respond to the existing interior because the client does not have the luxury of gutting it and starting fresh. The ceiling-high double requiring them to develop hang lighting equipment to activate the space.
Either rectangular or square tables are too large to enable customers to bypass the store or too small to accommodate a large number of groups of products desired by the client. Given the constraints, The LADG experimenting with a bag filled with ice water – reminds us that used by British nurses to the seriousness of fever patients who are ill in the 1950 film. They observed how the bag down, folded and rolled around the obstacles. Displays for the store interior design are designed to mimic the attitude of an ice bag to navigate the difficult fit between the columns and odd angles are planned.
In this line of thought matured, the architect saw the surviving paintings by Caravaggio and Rubens. Designer Andrew Holder and Benajmin Freyinger describe the inspiration, These artists used fruit luxurious, scene-setting devices in exactly the way we hope to spread the fruits outré us to provide products in the store. In this case, fruit set outre floats in the environment and accumulate with objects tempting to explore.
- Project: RK Apothecary
- Location: Los Angeles, USA
- Architects: The Los Angeles Design Group
All photo credit and copyright: The Los Angeles Design Group
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