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Interior Optiroom

Interior Optiroom

INT2 architecture
Šv. Gertrūdos g. 37, Kaunas, Lithuania | View Map
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Lukas Mykolaitis

Optic store Optiroom is located on the first floor of a residential building in the old town of Kaunas.

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The interior of the store reminds a cozy living room where visitors can choose unique glasses or frames in a homely atmosphere.


Functionally the store's space is divided into three zones: exhibition, technical (optometrist's office, utility room, bathroom) and lounge area.


The exhibition area is very bright with white walls and a high ceiling. Here, along the walls, the main exposition is located on lighted shelves. Unique and more expensive glasses are placed on a free-standing shelving unit. At the center of the space there is an isle with hidden storage and a glass display case. Here one can try on the glasses without rush. The isle is supported by the reception desk with a brass top and an embossed minimalist bottom, which duplicates on a smaller scale the decoration of the isle.


Along the windows there is a lounge area overlooking the street of the old town. The walls and ceiling here are painted gray-green with decorative wall tiles with geometric pattern.


The wall separating the technical area of ​​the store from the exhibition is painted in warm gray shades of two colors: a dark top and a light bottom, following the idea of ​​dividing the wall in the lounge area with minimalist moldings and painting.

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