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800 SQ.FT





Scope of Work

Design & Build


Most flower shops opt for a clean and simple interior to let the blooms take center stage, the team behind this flower shop has taken a decidedly different approach.

Gone are the neutral tones and minimalist decor that you might expect from a flower shop. Instead, you'll find bold patterns, rich textures, and eye-catching details at every turn. Drawing inspiration from both Western and Chinese cultural influences, this space is a true feast for the senses. From the vibrant colors to the intricate details, every aspect has been carefully crafted to create a space that is as unique as it is beautiful.

Nestled in the heart of Central, the flower shop seamlessly blends European country style with a contemporary twist. Located on the bustling Hollywood Road, this little slice of heaven is a perfect example of the West meets East vibe that is so unique to this cosmopolitan city.

As you walk up to the airtight facade, you will be drawn in by the sense of mystery it exudes. The natural stone and church glass give it a solid yet ethereal feel, and the deliberate contrast with the interior is simply breathtaking.

Step inside and be transported to a rustic oasis that is the world away from the concrete jungle outside. The characteristic tiles, rusted iron materials, wood-grained bricks, Baizi cabinets, and glacial green paint all come together in perfect harmony to create a rural style that is uniquely the flower shop's own.

But this is far from just a place to buy flowers. The greenhouse work area, meeting space, and toilets on the lower floor, and the small classrooms on the upper floor, offer a rich and diverse experience that belies the small size of this space. You'll be hard-pressed to find a more immersive and delightful environment in less than a thousand square feet.

Every detail has been thoughtfully considered to create a space that is both functional and beautiful. The work area is perfect for creating stunning floral arrangements, while the meeting space is ideal for hosting intimate gatherings and events. And the small classrooms on the upper floor are perfect for workshops and classes where visitors can learn about the art of flower arranging.

The materials used throughout the space are carefully selected to create a cohesive design that is both timeless and contemporary. The Baizi cabinets, for example, are a traditional Chinese furniture style that brings a touch of history and culture to the space. The glacial green paint, on the other hand, is a modern and refreshing choice that adds a pop of color without overwhelming the senses.

The lower and upper floors are harmonious yet different in their materials and space, creating a rich experience that visitors will love. And the use of natural light throughout the space adds a sense of warmth and serenity that is hard to find in such a busy and bustling city.

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