KOKO Boutique is located in the Old Town, in a small, long and narrow room. This unusual form of the room become the idea of interior. In which the room character is further enhanced by optically giving the space even more depth.
Boutique's exposition is based on principles of art galleries. Items for exhibiting are leveling up with the environment and expelling exhibits to the first plan. Different exposure elements are created for different exhibit groups to uncover the uniqueness of things.
In the center of space perspective there are a white plane that covers two fitting cabins. White plane is a rest for the eyes, a pause between the exhibits and a symbol showing that the purpose of this space is not just the commodities.
The interior project emphasises the individual character of the space and encourages the environment to unfold the beauty of the exhibited objects.
Location: Kaunas, Lithuania
Area: 40 sq.m
Photographs: Norbert Tukaj