by Elizabeth Freeman on 07/15/2015 | 5 Minute Read
Going clothing shopping with mom and dad is usually a kid's least favorite thing to do. Nothing in the store excites them, no games, no toys around. Just the sound of their parents telling them to not touch anything. But what if there was a place, one where the act of play was encouraged? A place that made you feel like you just stepped into a designer's jungle gym. Introducing an exclusive shop for the little ones.
"Kindo is an exclusive boutique for kids’ clothing and accessories in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico. The store offers a wide selection of trendsetting and original clothing items for children.
The brand is inspired by a didactic bead maze made up of geometric shapes, and uses simple figures as its base, creating an adaptation with a fun twist. Kindo’s color palette attempts to reflect a child’s personality, using a wide range of pastel and neon colors. The icon represents the mix of the classic and the new that make up the brand."
"The store’s interior aims at complementing the experience for adults as well as children. It creates a dynamic space where each of the bead maze’s attributes are used for the products’ exhibition. The tubes function as display stands for clothing and the beads are used to exhibit an array of accessories. The interior achieves its function as a unique space that perfectly complements the brand’s style."
Designed by Anagrama