The simple elegance of the Van Dijk fashion store, located on the ground floor of a 19th-century Dutch city building, is not something you see often in a fashion boutique.
Designed by architecture design studio Ooze, the Van Dijk fashion store comprises a long and narrow shape that features transparent design details, such as long glass tables, that provide the store with a neat, clean and sophisticated aesthetic.
As The Retail Blog points out, the design of the Van Dijk fashion store consists of only three elements required of retail -- a rail, a curtain and a mirror. While the lack of interior accents may seem odd for a retil establishment, these three elements provide everything the store needs to arrange, display and store its offerings without creating any visual clutter.
Simple See-Through Shops
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