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Polspotten’s Amsterdam store is an oversized playground for design lovers

Big shapes, bold colours and confident patterns lend this design store a mischievous look that’s entirely in keeping with its playful range of products.

S-P-A-C-E Projects designed the retail space in Amsterdam’s Canal District – and it’s clear they had a lot of fun doing so. Different kinds of materials clash against one another, with tiled areas meeting marble and polished concrete juxtaposing thatch.

This most traditional craft has been used to enclose an individual pod covered in thatched straw – a home within a home, so to speak, that displays Polspotten’s design wares while injecting an unexpected form into the concept store.

In the rest of the space, S-P-A-C-E Projects has amplified the vibe, using giant checkerboard patterns and installing a graphic wooden divider that doubles as an archway and a display case for the brand’s glossy, sculptural stools.

Polspotten’s quirky design objects complete the aesthetic, with fish-shaped pendants, hand-shaped chairs and coloured glassware rounding off the vibe.

Westerstraat 187, 1015 MA Amsterdam, Netherlands

A thatched roof pod
Photography: Kasia Gatkowska
Fish hang from the ceiling
Photography: Kasia Gatkowska
Geometric tiling
Photography: Kasia Gatkowska
Polspotten iridescent vases
Photography: Kasia Gatkowska
A view of the office and workspace
Photography: Kasia Gatkowska
Vases on a shelf and the back of house area
Photography: Kasia Gatkowska

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