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Timeless Style Combined with Design Innovation: Camilla & Marc Store in Bondi

One of the things that you instantly notice when you walk into any reputable store with a brand that has its own set of strong values and marketing style is an atmosphere that reminds you of all its best features. Part of it is undoubtedly marketing. But an even bigger part of the shopping day out is to give customers a setting that will add to the overall experience while bringing them back to the store every time. The gorgeous Camilla & Marc Flagship Store in Bondi designed by Akin Atelier is one such space where a variety of colors and pattern is brought together using a patchwork of floor tiles that steals the spotlight.

Camilla & Marc Flagship Store in Bondi

The curated combination of different tiles and materials inside this store is truly captivating with custom palladiana terrazzo tiling in volakas, smeraldo quartz, and classic travertine sitting at the heart of it all. Velvet curtains in brown and dark leather shelves along with black metallic stands ensure that there is no shortage of that ‘something different’ inside this store where polished minimalism takes over. The hanging displays have been placed in a manner as to not disturb the overall visual vibe of the space with each store niche offering something different. [Photography: Terence Chin]

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Gorgeous interior of the store welcomes you gleefully
Italian nubuck leather shelves and steel frames inside the store
Luxurious European materials and finishes shape gorgeous retail outlet
Minimal store interior gives it a polished look
Mirrored finishes reflect the beauty of the tiles
Smart patchwork of tiles gives the store a smart look

All design elements speak to the principles of the CAMILLA AND MARC brand, upholding qualities of timeless style, design innovation, and a pure approach across every detail. The store continues to be an extension of both founders, Camilla and Marc’s, innate love of architecture, art, and design. The store references a classical plan whereby a sequence of rooms transition the customer from public to private spaces. Materiality presents textural diversity…

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Textured walls and black steel fixtures for the store
Black steel fixtures adds dramatic elegance to the store
Black steel fixtures adds dramatic elegance to the store
Camilla & Marc Flagship Store by Akin Atelier
Drapes add an entirely different color to the store setting
Fitting rooms with Maharam’s velvet curtains
Sherry Nothingam
Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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