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The Sepia Store

Posted on May 21, 2014 in Dose of Design , Interiors
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The SEPIA store is inspired by the colourful streetscenes of its native India

Inspired by scenes from bustling, lively Indian streets, the SEPIA store interprets elements such as the ever-present hawker — here protected from the elements by a simple, brightly-coloured plastic drape — and the seemingly chaotic ordering system wherein everything is present and visible. The ‘shattered’ ceiling panels symbolise exhilarating kite battles in the summer sky, and even the anarchy of overhead electrical lines (and the sometimes legal tap-offs!).

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