One of the star proposals for Durstone’s stand at Cevisama 2013 was to build two design spaces using ceramic products from another point of view. Offering the customers the possibilities of such beautiful materials. Taking care of every detail was the most important challenge in this work. Even the smell and music of each setting was thought. This is the first interior design for the stand: the Barber Shop, inspired by the most popular barbers in London city. Furniture and decoration companies collaborated with us in this setting to make a global design work. Every small detail of the space was especially designed for this fair. The diamond pots, the framed water cut pictures of “famous barber customers”, the barber poles, the illuminated porcelanic logo made by watercut and even the ceramic shelf.
“It’s Time for Tea” was the second space we designed for the stand also working on a meticulous interior design that include experiential intentions.