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X+Living uses four different exhibition techniques for women’s brand clothing in JOOOS Fitting Room
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China-based design company X+Living has created four different types of exhibition spaces for women’s brand clothing for JOOOS Fitting Room, materializing shopping experience with different textures, backdrops, colours, fixtures and displaying techniques. Named JOOOS Fitting Room, located in the city of Hangzhou in China, JOOOS Fitting Room integrates the Top 100 fashion brands in the sales list of Tmall.
JOOOS Fitting Room selected 4 most representative collections through buyers: Mori Girl Collection, Celebrity Collection, OL Collection and Fashionable Girl Collection. The store hopes to make up the sense of emptiness of fitting brought by modern online shopping.
Clothes, as the unique fruit of human’s labor, it is not only the representation and product of material civilization, but also has profound meaning in spiritual culture. The evolution history of clothes, in some sense, is also an emotionalized development history of human culture.
From the date clothes occurred, people have already integrated their life custom, aesthetic taste, color preference, cultural attitudes and religion believes into it, and the spirit connotation of clothes culture is thus built.
Human society had undergone a period of ignorance during which they were naturally raised, using animal skins and cotton and linen to wrap their bodies. And then it developed into the unprecedented prosperous hand knitting industry era, afterwards, the modern, fast paced civilization era and finally the future world, which places more emphasis on individual charm.
''We hope every customer who enters into these spaces would ''get something'', or even get involved into it. The designer extracted an inspiration element form the changes of times to create clothes shopping experiences, which fascinate all girls,'' said X+Living.
Hangzhou JOOOS Fitting Room is located at the door of the ground floor of the Commercial Street Phase II on Xingguang Avenue. An eye-catching screen is placed at the main entrance, every customer could make interaction s with it through internet.
This is the most distinctive feature of JOOOS Fitting Room- building offline fitting experience in the internet age through ubiquitous screens.
Get through the large arch in the main entrance and you will be in Mori Girl Area. Milky white textured walls and white floor create a clean and white space. Bamboo poles are set up and hemp rope is used to connect them, clothes racks are thus formed.
The mirror is hidden in the facade of angle formed by two bamboo poles. The space is bright and concise, primitive and simple materials are used to echo with the temperament of this type of clothes in this space.
Celebrity Collection Area is composed of many delicate golden cages, clothes racks are placed at both inside and outside of the cage. Seen from a distance, they are like princess bubble skirts being well protected. The waving arc platform adds fun to the space and makes it lively and lovely.
The fitting room is hidden skillfully inside the ''bubble skirt'' of curved mirror surface. Meanwhile, each fitting room area provides make-up area, rest area and selfie area, waiting for the visit of every princess.
OL Collection Area features dark grey floor, concrete art paint walls and frame track light -makes the whole space concise and reserved. Adding of fireplace and wood veneer has softened the texture of the space. While being decorative molding and multifunctional clothes hanger at the same time, every clothes rack is a perfect combination of form and function.
Fashionable Girl Collection Area creates a contrast for large blocks of colors. Colorful shelves are formed by folded iron bars. In this space that emphasizes individuality, folding angles before and after the rack are used to divide it into a structure which could hang clothes on both sides.
And the weaving of colors and fold lines is used to build a colorful space with strong characteristics to echo with personalities of the clothes in this space.
Li Xiang, founder of X+Living, integrates the social and cultural connotation of the four types of women’s brand clothing. The dressing philosophy of women’s clothing is interpreted through using different techniques in designing the four spaces, and, a new shopping experience is created through multiple possibilities of display.
Plan of the showroom
Design Director: Li Xiang
Design Team: Liu Huan, Ren Li-Jiao, Jia Yuan-Yuan
Design Company: X+Living
Area: 1850 m2
Location: Hangzhou, China
Completion time: 2016.08
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