• LINEA PIU Boutique by Kois Associated Architects // Mykonos, Greece.

    Posted on 13th July, by Dana Tomić Hughes in interior design. 2 Comments


    Oooh la la! Fancy-pants retail establishment alert. Oh yeah! Designed by Kois Associated Architects, the new LINEA PIU boutique in Mykonos caries the creme de la creme of women’s luxury fashion – think Chanel, Tom Ford and John Galliano. This impeccable interior certainly looks highly resolved and feels just as expensive as the brands it was designed to represent and sell.

    I especially love the interplay between the robust traditional Mykonos building, and delicate fitout elements – thick walls of the building against the sharp and slender display and detailing, rough against the smooth, white against the black etc. The elements balance each other so carefully, and at the same time provide a lovely opportunity for the merchandise to take center stage.

    Well played Kois peeps, love your work.

    [Photos © Vangelis Paterakis, via Contemporist.]

  • 2 Responses to “LINEA PIU Boutique by Kois Associated Architects // Mykonos, Greece.”

    1. Jenna says:

      this is beautiful! love the materiality

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