Selasa, 14 Juli 2009

Camper Store Paris By Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

This extraordinary spot for a very special store project, designed by the Bouroullec brothers, is located beside Paris’ imposing Centre Pompidou, a Mecca that everyone with an interest in design culture must visit at least once in their lifetime. Thus, Ronan and Erwan make their debut as Camper collaborators in the very city where they live and work. Their new project has, for the time being, made Paris the city with the mos
for the time being, made Paris the city with the most Camper Together stores in the world.

“For us, Camper is a very interesting brand, in the sense that it has proven to have a very open mindset. Each store has its own atmosphere. The shoes also cover a very wide range of types and styles. Consequently, our collaboration has has been a unique chance for us to try to contribute a clear-cut idea of what a store in Paris should be, welcoming and straightforward. With the use of different shades of red, textile interventions and a furniture collection designed for private home use, we tried to create a space that was both evident and surprising, a space able to produce special sensations: the red adds warmth, the cloths muffle sounds and give depth and the household furniture confers an air of simplicity.

The textile interventions consist of backstitched blankets that partially cover the walls and certain furniture and décor elements. They are irregular and their relatively bright colours contrast with the red tone that pervades the entire store.”

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