Studiopepe new design for Jaspal store in Bangkok

Posted By Elena Gardin / May 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

Studiopepe has recently designed the new Jaspal flagship store in Bangkok defined by a strong tactile feeling and round-shaped atmosphere.

If you are regular reader,  Studiopepe’s projects are probably not new to you as they are a big hit here at Eclectic Trends. We just love what the ladies do being always one step ahead, creating sophisticated interiors that never stops to fascinate us. Arianna Lelli Marni and Chairadi Pinto’s color combinations in retail, editorial shots and interior design are a constant source of inspiration.

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Photography by Giuseppe Dinella

Set in IconSiam, the 460 sqm space atmosphere is sophisticated and contemporary and perfectly merges with Jaspal’s clothing collections. The flagship store is characterized by contrasting materials such as concrete and raw wood, natural fibers and handmade ceramics that cover the iconic columns at the entrance and the back wall.

Full-height metal tubes trimmed with brass details and woven straw framesdefines the open layout of the store: These elements also create a circular carousel at the entrance which offers a spectacular display of garments and accessories. The repetition of vertical lines contrasts the soft forms of the furnishings, while rough materials are juxtaposed with glossy and lacquered surfaces.

What drew our attention the most in this latest work by Studiopepe is the strong tactile feeling of the store as revealed by the large textured columns at the entrance and the rear wall: covered by three-dimensional iridescent ceramics, they are a nod to local traditional craftsmanship. The surfaces and materials also perfectly embody the tactility trend we have been talking about so much lately. At the same time, its subtle yet not exaggerated feminine atmosphere reminds us of some of the recent retail spaces we have been showcasing, like Forte Forte stores in Milan and Paris.

The overall color palette revolves around the neutral tones of powder, nude, terracotta and celadon green, alongside natural materials such as rattan, linen and wood.

If you want to discover more about Studiopepe, follow the link here.

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