FREAKS Freearchitects Inserts a Passageway into Heliocosm Shop

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Oct 20, 2011 • References: freaksfreearchitects & dezeen
FREAKS freearchitects, a French design studio, has revamped the interior of Parisian cosmetics shop, Heliocosm. The interior now has at its center a rectangular timber tunnel that connects the front and back of the store.

Offering contrast to the store's vivid turquoise walls, the tunnel is essentially a long wooden passageway that leads from the front workshop area to a lounge in the back. The tunnel has been cut on one side to create a big window, and inside this large timber box are integrated shelves that provide display space for Heliocosm's products.

With a small budget of 100,000 Euros, the designers at FREAKS freearchitects have definitely done an amazing job for the cosmetics store. If you're curious, Heliocosm is a shop that allows customers to mix their own natural beauty products under the supervision of professional "tutors." Stats for Trippy Tunneled Interiors Trending: Older & Warm
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