• Gallery Post // Camper Store in Glasgow by Tomás Alonso.

    Posted on 4th April, by Team Yellowtrace in interior design. 1 Comment

    Camper Store in Glasgow by Tomás Alonso | Yellowtrace

    Camper Store in Glasgow by Tomás Alonso | Yellowtrace

    Camper Store in Glasgow by Tomás Alonso | Yellowtrace


    Project Name: Camper Store in Glasgow.
    Location: Glasgow, UK.
    Architect: Tomás Alonso.

    The third collaboration between Camper and Tomás Alonso takes shape into a new shop in Glasgow. Expanding on the theme started with the first two shops, a few basic ingredients are combined together- the ceramic tile system based on the standard 10 x 10 square plus three variations that allow to create visual geometrical patterns on the walls integrating shelves, mirrors and doors within. The furniture was specifically designed and produced using white powder coated steel and white American oak, including the ceramic lamps, designed specifically for the project and handmade in Italy.

    This stunning interior by Tomás Alonso reflects his two guiding principles: a sparse use of materials and an understanding of Camper’s relationship with objects.

    Related Posts:
    So Hot Right Now // White Tiles Black Grout Interiors.
    Camper Flagship Showroom by Neri & Hu // Shanghai, China.


    [Images courtesy of Tomás Alonso. Photography by Sánchez y Montoro.]


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