A Project by Manoj Patel
FASHION BOUTIQUE CRAFTED OUT OF RECYCLED MATERIALS
While designing the interior of a fashion boutique in Vadodara, Gujarat, Manoj Patel Design Studio showcased an innovative way of thinking about the waste materials- embracing the old to create the new. The firm has reinvigorated the waste materials through creative involvement and arranged them in a new conceptualized framework.
Material selection room with utilizing of existing window shutter as racks with complimenting floor mosaics and ceiling graphics.
Reusing of abundant waste beer bottles depicting boutique element in 3 different color visuals.
A VAST PALETTE OF MATERIALS
The studio features a very appealing interior with all sorts of recycled materials. For the project, materials were chosen in a palette of contrasting tones: waste clay roof tiles, waste beer bottles, damaged flooring tiles, recycled window shutters, unused sample tiles, fabric waste, waste metal rings and mirror-clad. At the same time, the quality of these materials provides longevity with aesthetics.
The layout of this women’s retail studio combines two rooms across in graphics and material frames, giving different perspective when viewed from any edge.
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