American architecture studio Janson Goldstein was tasked to arrange a chic fashion retail interior for ready-to-wear label ALC. The brick-and-mortar location is created with the idea of bringing the company and the customer closer together in a welcoming space that celebrates both parties. As a result, Jason Goldstein references the heritage of ALC — a brand that dates back to 2009 when it was started by LA designer Andrea Lieberman.
The whimsical offerings of the collection are elegantly displayed throughout the fashion retail interior. To foster a lasting relationship between provider and consumer, the architectural firm creates a layout that accommodates social interaction with ample walking space and vintage furniture. Focusing on the "designer's bicoastal roots and world travels," Janson Goldstein produces an artful fashion retail interior that combines color, texture and cultural motifs.
Photo Credits: Daniel Salemi
Bicoastal Fashion Retail Interiors
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