Alley Aesthetic Interior Store Design by Tacklebox Architecture – Hellow guys.. talk about aesthetic, what do you think about that ? aesthetics is a science that explores the beauty, how he could be formed, and how one can feel it. aesthetics is a philosophy that examines sensory values, which are sometimes considered assessment of the sentiment and flavor. How about aesthetic on a place or interior building. It’s very awesome I think. Ok guys, talk about that, we give a store that the design is so aesthetic. Let’s see it.
Alley aesthethic store is the name that we have given for it building be our title discussing. This store designed by Tacklebox Architecture. The location of this place is in New York. The first sight that you can find it in this store is a strange design. The designer make a design that have natural element in the side a wall. In this case the designer show up the natural view of brick for the right side wall. In other view you can see at the arches from floor to ceiling the designer show the brown paper bags for the decoration of it. This store is suitable for add your references if you want to make a something different in a store design. For see more information’s of it, we give some pictures and the full description from the designer of it. Hopefully, this post can be useful for you.
Photography by Juliana Sohn
Description from the designers:
Located in the Meatpacking District, OWEN occupies an 1,800 square foot space that previously housed a meat storage facility, auto storage, and a floral shop. In response to the rich history of the space and through the juxtaposition of industrial elements with the handmade, we sought to create a place that is both familiar and timeless.
Here a continuous surface, hand-built out of 25,000 brown paper bags, arches from floor to ceiling. The repetition of the paper bags results in a honeycomb-like structure that defines a warm, organic volume which sits within the existing industrial brick and concrete space. Additionally, all clothing, accessories, and jewelry are displayed on quartz slab tables, blackened steel hang-bars and steel and glass vitrines whose linearity and crisp details sit in contrast to the delicate texture of the paper arch beyond. more