ALL design studio forms spaceship-like boutique interior in chengdu, china
ALL design studio presents its design for the new ‘luxmporium’ premium boutique located in chengdu, china. the retail interior was formed as a parallel universe with all of its colors, materials and decorative elements evoking images of a spaceship environment.
all pictures from studio TEN – tan xiao
ALL creative studios incorporated a series of reflective metal elements to generate an immersive interior. In addition, within the store, parallel lines run from bottom to top, to create the feeling of two parallel worlds that exist next to each other. the whole environment is shaped like a spaceship interior, offering a unique spatial experience to visitors who are led through the different rooms through mysterious tunnels.
a sculptural 3D printed art installation was installed inside, as well as a âtime machineâ structure, to further reinforce the fuzzy concept of time in the project. the space elaborates the possibility of reality and vitality by taking advantage of the mirror, providing a unique and bewitching environment.
the creators have integrated a blue space, where the best-selling collections of the store are exhibited. In addition, various display structures have been installed to showcase the fashion products, including a grid niche system and a series of circular display shelves. denim pieces are highlighted in front of a terracotta area, the colors complementing each other. here, the existence of parallels continues, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in this ‘samsara’ and the interweaving of fashion trends.
Name: parallel world luxÄmporium
designate: ALL creative studios
Moon the designer of space: YOUNG
creative director: awesome liang, wei chen, fred li
interior decorator: awesome liang, fred li, xingsen hu, yiyi zhang
3D pose: steven ma
construction of the time machine: xuberance moon
photographer: studio TEN – tan xiao
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edited by: myrto katsikopoulou | design boom