anagrama inserts giant pastel bead maze into kindo children's boutique
 
anagrama inserts giant pastel bead maze into kindo children's boutique anagrama inserts giant pastel bead maze into kindo children's boutique
jul 20, 2015

anagrama inserts giant pastel bead maze into kindo children's boutique

anagrama inserts giant pastel bead maze into kindo children’s boutique
all images courtesy of anagrama

 

 

 

anagrama has recently completed the playful rebranding and interiors of the children’s boutique ‘kindo’ in san pedro, monterrey. the concept of the design is reminiscent of a didactic bead maze made up of geometrical shapes. this classic toy has been cleverly adapted into the interiors, where the colored tubes can be seen winding through the space.

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each of the bead maze’s attributes to the products’ exhibition

 

 

 

colored with touches of pastel and neon to reflect the personality of children, the tubes are utilized as railings for the clothing and simultaneously the pastel ‘beads’ display the assorted array of accessories. furthermore, the designers have complemented the charismatic interiors with accompanying shopping bags, packaging cards, catalogs and stationary to promote a consistent and distinctive graphic identity.

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kindo shop interior

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the didactic maze is the core concept of the realization of the retail shop

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colored in pastel tones to reflect the personality of children

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the beads have been translated to contextual furniture modules

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the shape sorting cube which has been used as influence

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the packaging displays a consistent graphic identity

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business card

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kindo children’s boutique in mexico city

  • Hi thanks a lot for sharing, the store is actually in San Pedro, Monterrey NL, Mexico.

    carla says:
    • thanks carla, I’ve made the change now.

      natasha kwok I designboom says:
  • Cool idea, and these renderings are great! I wonder if there are any actual photos. I would be interested to see how they achieved suspending the longer sections of pipe.

    Bradley says:

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