Site Visit: 202 Vs. Butik

Site Visit: 202 Vs. Butik
Design
Guy Brighton
  • 25 july 2005



At 202 you’ll find a hypnotic mix and match of styles, departments and functions across a single floor space. Rails of clothes nudge against restaurant floor space which, in turn, spills over into the furniture section. A coffee stand almost hides in the men’s shirts/ No line sets the barrier for each department in this Chelsea Market store. With a ‘rustic’ theme, the store offers new and old: modern lampshades are set upon for antique French farmhouse cupboards – both for sale. Images: 1, 2

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