03 Feb 2012 • Hungary
On the ground floor of a historic building in uptown Budapest, Göske Project realised a bright, futuristic interior for fashion label Capsula.
Hungarian architects Eniko Korompay and Sandor Gocsei of Göske Project were asked to tackle a complex task: display the fashion collections of Tom Ford, Givenchy, D&G, Armani, YSL, Blumarine and Cesare Paciotti in an integrated way.
Deploying a variety of high-end brands – each with a distinct design language – in one store called for a moderate yet classy design. Integrated display solutions showcase various fashion collections as an array of art objects, assembled in exhibition space,
‘Our aim was to create distinct forms and use pure shades letting the hand-picked collection stand out,’ Korompay says. ‘We could have designed something more astonishing for Dolce & Gabbana, but that would not have been suitable for the more classical Armani.’
Photos courtesy Tamás Bujnovszky.
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