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The MAYGREEN Shop Interior by KINZO

The MAYGREEN Shop Interior design

Shopping becomes the daily activity for some shopaholic and because of this reason Berlin-based architects KINZO have completed the interior design of the MAYGREEN fashion boutique in Hamburg, Germany. The aim of creating this interior design is to comfort the customers and create the atmosphere feels like home, so shopaholic or shopping addict will enjoy their shopping activity so much. The image of a grasshopper, solely composed of green light, adorns the back wall of the store. Selected fashion items are presented on top of low, polygonal platforms that seem to float on the dark oak floor like icebergs. KINZO applied their crystalline signature style, inspired by stealth bombers and 80’s science-fiction movies, to fashion retail: Instead of hiding the cables of the light installation behind a drywall ceiling, KINZO displays them openly to create a “computer chip” pattern that lures the visitor into the centre of the store. The ceiling-mounted lamps were also designed by KINZO and specially manufactured for this project by idee.design.licht., a German specialist in bespoke lighting solutions. via

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