A store for the brand The Good Suit Company has been designed by RMDK, in an interior language that’s a mix of extravagance and modernity.

We studied the brands inspiration source from Italy while aiming to infuse the premises with a solid dose of modernity to signal the advanced creative trajectory of the fashion house. The palette is meticulously layered, rich in detail, and brilliantly balances the past and the future at the same time.

The store’s décor is a mix of neoclassical opulence and sleek mid-century designs, rendered in a modern style. The key element of the store is its classical vaulted ceiling, combined with panelled walls and a rich parquet floor. Each of the three vaults is ornamented by delicate handmade paintings along with a chandelier. This décor is further defined by sleek metal fixtures, oak wood tables, blue velvet apholstry, classical cabinets rendered in a royal shade of blue. The blue not only adds the spark of colour but also becomes the central theme to the store.

This store follows an interior language that’s a mix of extravagance and modernity. The store’s décor is a mix of neoclassical opulence and sleek mid-century designs, rendered in a modern style. The key element of the store is its delicately painted vaulted ceiling, combined with paneled walls, a rich parquet floor and classical cabinets rendered in a royal shade of blue.

Furniture: I’m The Centre for Applied Arts