A Simple and Functional Store Design: TAGG Galataport in Istanbul

Project: TAGG Galataport
Architects: REDA
Location: Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey
Area: 753 sf
Year: 2022
Photographs by: Kadir Asnaz Photography

TAGG Galataport by REDA

REDA has created a mysterious interior world with sculptural masses in harmony with the niche stance of the brand in TAGG Galataport.

Contrary to the general pop-up store design approaches, a mysterious inner world has been created with sculptural masses, in harmony with TAGG’s niche stance.

The cubical geometry at the entrance with its changing room function also affects the preservation of symmetry in the areas included in this semi-open setup. The symmetrical setup is completed with the triple armchair, which can be considered as another β€œstatement” furniture. The poufs, hangers and a large mirror were used throughout the project as a continuation of the similar design elements.

While simplicity expresses itself visually, functionality makes itself felt within TAGG’s brand vision, as simplicity and functionality being REDA’s typological architectural and interior design style.

-Project description and images provided by pRchitect


Tags: interior, istanbul, reda, store, TAGG, TAGG Galataport, Turkey

Author: Fidan Jovanov

Fidan Jovanov

A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


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