mode:lina bounces bright lines across run colors sneaker store
 
mode:lina bounces bright lines across run colors sneaker store mode:lina bounces bright lines across run colors sneaker store
nov 18, 2013

mode:lina bounces bright lines across run colors sneaker store

mode:lina bounces bright lines across run colors sneaker store
all images courtesy of mode:lina architekci

 

 

 

reminding one of colorful shoelaces, the interior of ‘run colors’ concept store by polish studio mode:lina architekci features dynamic lines of rope that bounce off the walls. located in the stary browar shopping centre in poland, the space connects to the brand’s ‘running colors’ theme with the multicolor installation. the dynamic sense of movement refers to the fast movement of a runner and their prismatic shape helps to frame the surrounding items. merging into the floor space, the linear elements cut through the interior – contrasting with the monochrome walls, they draw attention to the shoes on display. dark grey painted antiques and large, old furniture pieces echo their warsaw-based shop, with the carefully articulated touches of color balancing the rope, ‘shoelace’ design.

 

 


the interior features brightly colored lines of rope that refer to shoelaces from the ‘run colors’ brand

 

 


the shapes bounce across interior’s floors and walls to help frame the items on display

 

 


dark grey painted furniture and monochrome surroundings are in contrast to the use of color

 

 


the dynamic sense of movement in the rope mimics the fast movement of a runner

 

 


the prismatic shape helps to frame the surrounding items

 

 


the use of old furniture pieces echos the warsaw-based shop

 

 


detail of the shoes on display and the connection of rope to the floor

 

 


the shoes and lines of rope stand out against their monochrome backdrop

 

 


the linear elements weave throughout the interior

 

 


detail of the ‘shoelace’ design by mode:lina

 

 


concept

 

 

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