Lurdes Bergada Store, designed by Dear DesignIs another example of this firm conducts exploration in the design of new vocabularies and architectural codes, used on a smaller scale stores. Previously, and in this same shopping center, the company showed us the transformation of a traditional store, an experimental and innovative, Munich.
The shop shown here, is divided into two clearly defined areas, linking all the technical aspects of a clothing store, behind a “wooden skin, keeping the main focus on clothing. The project seeks to incorporate the minimalist industrial design, a touch of contemporary architecture.
One of the main ideas of the proposal was to open the space, so that from inside the store could see the rest of the mall and park, located across from the store. Somehow, the store becomes a “shopping street, which connects the two points (the mall and park).
The wooden structure, located on the side of the store is built from 1000 and 2400 pieces of wood screws. It contains the storage area, testers and electrical generator. From outside, the wooden shell, is shown as a great “skin” that reveals its secrets constructive to join.
The facility is located in a context of concreted pillars and walls, enhancing the industrial look of the store. Each of the triangular pieces is joined from smaller pieces of wood, forming the total. The technique that involves the design of clothing, is led to the construction of the “skin.”
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