Recently re-opened in Singapore, Asylum Shop is showcasing its new interior face-lift. The renovated shop now features two floors and over 1000sq feet of shopping space.
The Asylum Shop first debuted in 2005, and was Singapore's first multi-label concept store. Asylum Shop features labels from all around the world, taking key designers from Paris, Sweden, London and Ireland.
The redesign of Asylum Shop is both practical and captivating. What makes the store interesting is that the two floors share completely different interior designs. The ground floor is designed with unfinished plywood shelves, and clothes are rested upon wooden crates. The colors combine for an urban-eco feel and reflect the brands on display. Step into the basement floor and you are greeted with large mirror displays and a more sophisticated scheme.
If you ever happen to be traveling to Singapore, be sure to check out Asylum Shop for a multi-experience shopping adventure.
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