Project description:

Balance between the new image and the concept, in a modern and innovative design, were the elements for the interior design project for the Interlomas store ILÓ. The idea comes from the use of the hank of yarn as the design element of cozy, classic and very elegant space. Being a retail store that sells home high end products the color palette selected was earth, to harmonize and enhance the quality and warmth of the products.

The main entrance was very important and it was emphasized by a change of material with a wood frame that ends in a great wall at the middle of the store that is covered with Venetian tiles. The materials modulation marked the sense of the entire space, playing with the horizontal and vertical lines and their correspondent intersections. The resulting inner space generated gave place to the location of the displays. It is important to mention that the plafond was also part of this game engaging the whole space.

Four L shaped platforms stand out in the design as they were planned for having small exhibitions in the store and are also part of the linear pattern. The heights in all the displays have a very important role in the tour through the store. For the displays a single module was designed that is piled according to the needs. Two finishes were selected for this module: natural and lacquered to enrich the texture. Tile and laminated floors, Venetian tiles and paint accomplished the right atmosphere for this shopping experience.



Arq. Jonathan Herrejon
Interior design:
ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea
Arq. Bernardo Lew Kirsch
Arq. Jose Lew Kirsch