This unusual Guess shoe store in Greece skillfully exhibits one of the latest trends in shoe store design and in architecture. It creates a distinctive contrast of a white background color with bright colors of the product itself and or small pieces of furniture and design elements. Creating this color contrast provides an excellent display of the product making it a part of the overall design. The store Guess was recently completely remodeled and
rebranded. The inspiration for the design came from the movie Diamonds are Forever.
Design is a passionate process. Long before any project starts Marianna Holoway is ready to explore ways to turn unstructured creations into FUN-structured opportunities. Enthusiasm is one of the most powerful engines of success. When she creates a project she does it all with passion.
The word focus creates fear in many people because it means that they have to control their desires, but for Ms. Holoway the ability to focus on a project helps to create a good working solution in an appropriate amount of time using a suitable amount of resources.
The outside of the building reminds you of a shiny white jewel box. Small elements such as the door handles in a shape of large candy canes add to the overall design theme. There are almost no sharp corners on the inside. And even the images on the walls have a white background with the brightly colored products being a main focal point. The storefront window displays random patterns making it look like Christmas decoration of snowflakes that adds a festive feel to the overall ambiance. Class panels are applied to the ceiling reflecting the light fixtures and making the space to continue beyond the walls. Bisazza mosaic tile was used on the walls. The leather floor was left unfinished but polished. What a creative way to save money on finishes while still making it look great!
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