The FIU FIU Boutique Interior Design from Warsaw, Poland

BudCud and Marcin Kwietowicz designed the FIU FIU Boutique located in Warsaw, Poland for Fiu Fiu Concept Magdalena Wołosz. The project covers an area of 31 square meters and its construction was competed in 2011. The small dimensions of this project are in contradiction with the architect’s dream to design big and imposing projects. However, it was a satisfying project. Fiu Fiu boutique is a small space with a bright décor and a very pleasant atmosphere.

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All items found in this shop originate from Scandinavia so the atmosphere is a reminder of those areas and of the Scandinavian landscape.The boutique has a long structure and a naive design, more like the kind of houses children usually draw. There’s hardly enough room for display, cash desk, fitting rooms and storage space.

FIU FIU Boutique Interior DesignView in gallery

FIU FIU Boutique Interior DesignView in gallery

FIU FIU Boutique Interior DesignView in gallery

FIU FIU Boutique Interior DesignView in gallery

FIU FIU Boutique Interior DesignView in gallery

FIU FIU Boutique Interior DesignView in gallery

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As for the interior design, the furniture is simple and it usually has rails for more flexibility. The display areas are simple and cute and so is the atmosphere. There’s a certain cozyness in there that can’t really be described.

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FIU FIU Boutique Interior DesignView in gallery

The boutique has a wooden structure and when seen from outside it looks like a little wooden house. It has white interiors and raw carpentry. The white walls and ceilings were essential in this case because they help create and bright and light atmosphere and the interior area seems definitely more spacious.{found on archdaily}