This Quirky Technology Store Design Plays Off of 'Apple'

By: Laura McQuarrie - Dec 12, 2014
References: jablkaadama & retaildesignblog.net
The Jabłka Adama (Adam's Apples) technology store design is a fun one that plays off of the name of the store for the theme of its interior. Borrowing from motifs like fruit stalls, crates and the shingles on farmhouses, this shop interior designed by mode:lina architekci is like a more whimsical version of an Apple store—this is also evident in the style of posters and branding that decorate the space.

At the center of the shop, computers are set out on a display that looks like the framework of a house. On the sides of the retail shop, smaller items like phone cases and computer accessories are shown off in stacked wooden crates. Although it is so open and similar in layout to an Apple store, the space includes artful built-ins, lighting fixtures and displays to draw customers in.