Belgian architect Bernard Dubois dresses the first flagship dedicated to the brand NAT with essential and geometric elements.

Recently unveiled in the Chinese capital, the store mirrors the aesthetic of Nicolas Andreas Taralis in every detail. Aligned with the fashion designer’s minimalism, the interiors and furniture are reduced to basic forms. Goods are displayed in glass boxes on a 20m-long niche which runs alongside one side of the interior. Visitors can take a seat on a few benches in front of the stone wall to take in the harmony between the brand's imagery and surroundings.

Synergy is the sensation Bernard Dubois was commissioned to create, rethinking a difficult location with a triangular-shaped plan. He completely changed the original structure of the space, longing for a revolutionary break with the former one. Aiming to achieve cleanliness and order, the designer covered wall surfaces with a gridded pattern, from the ceiling to the lateral mirror panels, interrupting its rigidity with a bright white and curved wall.

Photos Bernard Dubois