Cane, travertine and ash wood all feature inside this warm-toned skincare store, built by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects in Lincolnshire, England.
Created for skincare brand RÖ Skin, the space occupies a medieval building in the town of Stamford. It is divided into two zones, with the retail space at the front and a separate treatment area at the back.
“An important consideration for the young owners was to have an identity rooted in the place that could be felt by the visitors,” said O’Sullivan Skoufoglou. “The concept is based on traditional apothecaries and their age-old practices.”