Alfredo De Vido | Architects
Lee's Art Shop - Manhattan, New York
The owner of this successful art supplies shop decided to expand his retail space tenfold and bought a handsome Gothic-Revival-style building nearby.

The new space had vaulted-ceilings and ornamental plasterwork. To preserve this setting, the architects devised an open plan scheme that allows shoppers to browse among the merchandise which is grouped into three departments framing, fine arts, and commercial. In this opened-up space, pipe scaffolding is used to hang lights, sign, and colorful graphics and the store combines elegance and modern display techniques.
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