monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain

El Departamento Unveils PJ. Lobster Boutique in Zaragoza

 

El Departamento architecture and interior design studio has unveiled a new space for PJ. Lobster, the digital vision brand, in Zaragoza, Spain. This store marks PJ. Lobster’s expansion in Spain’s offline market, complementing its presence in Barcelona, Madrid, and Valencia. Located at 5 Isaac Peral Street in Zaragoza’s central district, the 40 sqm boutique harmoniously integrates design with visual health.

 

Under the creative direction of Alberto Eltini and Marina Martín, El Departamento has crafted a minimalist, monochromatic interior dominated by terracotta tones contrasted with stainless steel accents. The space features custom-made elements meticulously designed, from mirrors to the central counter. Geometry plays a crucial role, creating a symmetrical layout that unfolds into a semicircle, with display furniture and optical measurement instruments strategically positioned along the central axis.

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain
all images by Miguel Fernández-Galiano

 

 

High-Tech Design Meets Functionality in PJ. Lobster Boutique

 

Stainless steel, a consistent motif across all PJ. Lobster boutiques, connects the exterior facade with interior furnishings, underscoring the brand’s high-tech ethos. Attention to detail is evident in the spatial zoning and shopping experience, with a prominent minimalist counter facilitating seamless transactions and large mirrors enhancing the sense of space and comfort for product trials. A dedicated rest area with inviting seating and refreshments further enriches the customer experience.

 

The meticulous approach followed by Valencia-based El Departamento ensures every aspect of the boutique, from eyewear displays illuminated by LED strips to ambient lighting, aligns with PJ. Lobster‘s commitment to quality and accessibility. This collaboration in Zaragoza continues to propel PJ. Lobster’s offline expansion, blending design innovation with functional excellence to redefine traditional optical retail.

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain
El Departamento unveils new PJ. Lobster boutique in Zaragoza

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain
PJ. Lobster expands its offline market presence in Spain

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain
the 40 sqm boutique blends design with visual health

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain
stainless steel connects the exterior facade with interior furnishings

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minimalist, monochromatic interior with terracotta tones

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain
eyewear displays are illuminated by LED strips

monochromatic terracotta interiors by el departamento adorn new optical boutique in spain
display furniture and optical instruments positioned along the central axis

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symmetrical layout unfolds into a semicircle

 

project info:

 

name: PJ. Lobster Optical Boutique Zaragoza

architects: El Departamento | @eldepartamento.estudio

lead designers: Alberto Eltini & Marina Martín

client: PJ. Lobster | @projectlobster

lighting: Ilumisa

furniture design: El Departamento

construction: Triangular

textiles: Deco & You

area: 40 sqm

location: 5 Isaac Peral Street, Zaragoza, Spain

photography: Miguel Fernández-Galiano | @mi.galiano

 

 

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edited by: christina vergopoulou | designboom

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