The steel rod displays ‘unfold’ through the shop, creating display space for clothing and a unique graphic layout.

A retail shop in Taipei is, quite literally, a fashion playground.

With angular rail displays jutting from walls, floor and ceiling, they serve as display racks for hanging clothes and are reminiscent of a children’s playground. The largely monochromatic red space invites customers to play with clothes and think in creative ways.

‘The concept of the interior reflects the free spirit of the brand by breaking retail’s standard space schemes,’ explains architect Alberto Puchetti of Arboit. ‘An organic tridimensional sculpture made of steel rods unfolds through the space, casting a dynamic display system and a versatile tridimensional graphic layout.

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