‘optica dr. york’ by DCPParquitectos, los angeles, california
all images courtesy of dcpp arquitectos
located in los angeles, california, sits a 65 meter squared eyewear shop. ‘optica dr. york’ designed by mexican firm DCPParquitectos have extended the street life
into this compact commercial space. structured as more than a place to purchase your frames, it exhibits the lenses provoking an action of social gathering and
storytelling. a large glass facade opens the venue to showcase the displayed pieces along the perimeter walls leaving the interaction to center around a large table.
at the back of the store is where the purchasing and services are positioned for a more intimate customer service.
a prefabricated modular system made of recycled cardboard tubes are cut and assembled in-between MDF panels that can be manipulated and
configured for a more personalized interior design. opposite this wall hangs a long horizontal mirror to reflect the exhibition pieces allowing the
customer continuous views of the work.
large glass facade
(left) modular shelving unit
(right) mirror reflecting the display
recycled paper tubing
detail of units
plan / level 0