Optika Di Moda Eyewear Store

Tamas Csiszer

Interior Space and Exhibition Design Optika Di Moda Eyewear Store by Tamas Csiszer In a building once home to Hungarian composer Franz Liszt, Optika di Moda brings together original 19th century features and contemporary design in the heart of Budapest. Exposed brickwork frames the shop and contrasts with the sleek white display cabinets, counters and floors. The space is lit by chandeliers and the display units are illuminated by bright white lights. Charles Eames inspired chairs and simple tables encourage customers to spend time in the store and specialist optical examination rooms are separated by a glass door at the back of the room.


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