A unique shop, not only for its first in Andorra and sustainable space for the sale of pre-owned items for children but also for its architecture, expressive and sincere. This trade comes at a significant time, crisis, ecology, sustainability a set of factors that we have to react to change. Retrieve, save, reflect, are verbs that have to accompany us in this new phase, and demonstrate that they are not just a philosophy of a minority, must be the philosophy of everyone and everything.
More than a store; here the product brings the client, making it complicit in this new concept, where fashion and marketing need and become reality. Thus opening endless possibilities in terms of volume and measurement of products on display. First difficulty: flexibility, it should be possible to expose both small and large items, and cuantidades variables without changing the room constantly.
All products intended for a child have colors, shapes, patterns colorful, that by focusing on commercial premises such disconcerting is greatly intensified. In many cases, this visual intensity plays against the serenity and order of space, the content can “eat” the container. Second complexity: space has to control the products generally bright children.
We answer this problem by creating a single item shall forward this philosophy of sustainability, and natural recovery. Do not want to be furniture, wants to be immaterial, sculpture and essential. Creates an element that like everything in this space can be reused, giving him a second chance, without ornament or artifice, no irreversible manipulation is not decoration, or fashion, is sincerity, philosophy … Architecture.
These elements are flat black steel recycling, chosen specifically for this space for its elegant and evocative texture dark. Taken to the limit of endurance, these plans give the feeling of “floating” light in space, helping to create a special atmosphere and unique. Thanks to his sincerity constructive and Matera, enhances the value of products exhibited. With repetition, rhythm and vibration to give space, opaque and heavy side, invisible and airy front, the steel elements drastically change forcing the viewer to move, to change perspectives, interacted with it, causing it to vibrate. Geometric is a reality: to see all the products, the customer is required to enter and go to the back of the store, making it part and live this sculptural architecture.
Mixed area of sale, there is a space for small and large, where lectures, workshops, exhibitions are possible, to emphasize even more the idea of interaction with space, this mixed client / seller, this new philosophy of trade sustainable. In short, it wanted to create a sculptural space useful critical times we live, making the minimum, maximum, giving a new sustainable air and a new dimension to the “less is more” of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. A space formed by a repetition of sculptural rhythm reusable items, that beyond environmental and commercial speech wants to take his audience into a world where elegance and sustainability architectural work, where need and art are mixed, where things can be other uses and still resonate with us so its natural. It is not about interior design or decoration is a change in our society, in the way of thinking, of seeing things, a change in our history, in short, Architecture.
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