The Camper Lyon Store Features Architectural Drawings

By: Jana Pijak - Published: May 20, 2012 • References: camper & frameweb
The Camper Lyon Store was designed by Dutch designers Studio Makkink & Bey who were commissioned to create this memorable French interior for the comfy shoe retailer.

Taking inspiration from the basic movement of walking, Studio Makkink & Bay explored the way individuals move through space, and have created an all-white interior with some intriguing points of emphasis.

Giving visitors the illusion of space, the interior highlights architecturally drafted graphics that resemble stairwells executed in a 2D way. The shop’s physical stairs and stools are juxtaposed against a series of flat images and are outlined with red edges, giving this design a branded aesthetic staying true to Camper’s colors. The Camper Lyon store features a bold design equipped with varying furniture sizes that give the retail space depth and visual interest. Stats for Optically Deceiving Shops Trending: Older & Mild
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