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Location
Warsaw, Poland
Authors
MFRMGR Architects
Team
Marta Frejda, Michał Gratkowski, Pamela Krzyszczak
Visual identity design
Jan Estrada-Osmycki
Photos
Maja Wirkus
Project status
Finished in 2014
Area
250 m2
Year
2014
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Koch’s Bazaar

retail space and bistro

Old town market – space known from most european cities – has been implemented in this project in a commercial space in the center of Warsaw. The main assumption of the project was to create a place where its users can feel informal and at ease and arrange the space depending on their needs.

 

 

The idea was inspired by the tradition of market squares, where consumers, wandering around bazaar alleys, could shop. The space consists of a shop, bistro and restaurant. There is no additional storage space – all items are visible at multifunctional stands, with easy access for customers.

The bazaar equipment consists of small components – such as storage baskets, racks, or steel mesh, mounted on the walls – all these elements allow mounting and hanging goods to be displayed. Most of the elements were made of wood and steel components.

 

 

Location
Warsaw, Poland
Authors
MFRMGR Architects
Team
Marta Frejda, Michał Gratkowski, Pamela Krzyszczak
Visual identity design
Jan Estrada-Osmycki
Photos
Maja Wirkus
Project status
Finished in 2014
Area
250 m2
Year
2014
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