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The Fiu Fiu Warsaw Shop Features Angular Architecture Accents

 - Mar 11, 2012
References: budcud.org & frameweb
The Fiu Fiu Warsaw retail shop is designed by Polish architectural duo Mateusz Adamczyk and Marcin Kwietowicz. Constructed to resemble a residential interior, this bold retail space features three interior house-inspired structures.

Taking cues from Scandinavian design, the compact shop features charming nooks and angular architectural accents. From sharp roof slopes to cut-out windows that allow for natural light, this character-filled interior is a hidden city gem.

A juxtaposition of bare white walls and plywood accents, wooden detailing is showcased in white and red tones while other areas remain untreated to emphasize the lightness of the small space. Aiming to recreate a ‘Nordic fairy tale’ inspiration, architects Mateusz and Marci create a chic and bright compact boutique space filled with a slew of natural light.