This Spanish Store's Home-Inspired Layout Maximizes Illumination

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Aug 27, 2016
References: pauzarq & dezeen
Spain-based architecture studio Pauzarq has gone ahead and designed an innovative new store concept, located in the northern city of San Sebastian, that is distinct for the use of wooden archways whose shape looks like the shape of a typical house.

Designed for the women's apparel retailer Sketch, this store concept hides the building's supportive structure by dividing the space into four distinct sections, something that enhances the visual perception of space in the store while also allowing for functional divisions. The store's house-shaped frames are also designed to increase infiltration of light, creating a bright and welcoming atmosphere for shoppers.

This store concept is a great example of thoughtful retail design that aims to enhance the interior atmosphere, making for a more enjoyable shopping experience.