An eyewear showroom combines brightness and intimacy

Dispelling the myth of a store with a serious soul, the  Bucharest project designed by Bogdan Ciocodeică Studio chooses reconfigurable furnishings that emphasize atmosphere and coziness.

Far from the formality of a clinic and closer to the aesthetics of a club, the interiors of the showroom of eyewear brand Lunet in Bucharest are designed with the intention of facilitating the tricky process of choosing a new pair of glasses.

In Bogdan Ciocodeică Studio's project, welcome and informality are the result of a reversal of conventions: the display units, equipped with wheels, are moved away from the walls and placed in the center of the room, creating a flexible configuration that offers a curtain of intimacy for all those who wish to try on new models away from the gaze of others. In place of partitions, curtains in a silver finish divide the space and muffle sounds, while the choice of primary colors infuses energy, imposing together with the mirrored surfaces the atmosphere of an informal lounge.

Bogdan Ciocodeică Studio
Lead architect:
Bogdan Ciocodeică
Design team:
Bogdan Ciocodeică, Ana Porim, Adelina Cucoranu
85 sqm

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