Atelier Sukha, Amsterdam

Atelier Sukha, Amsterdam
June 25, 2017 SydneyDesignSchool

Atelier Sukha | Amsterdam

Looking for retail inspiration? Look no further than the exquisitely imaginative Atelier Sukha, Amsterdam. Photographer Josh Eriksson discovered this incredible space on his travels through Europe…

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The first thing you notice on arrival is that this double storey space is almost entirely white – creating an ethereal atmosphere and a blank canvas for curation. The fixtures have been crafted from tree branches and natural rope and adorned with hand-cut paper garlands.

Imagine thoughts and illustrations scribbled liberally on the walls, glass display boxes positioned in a charmingly ad hoc manner and a general sense that nothing is perfect but every item has been artfully selected and placed.

This is experiential retail at its best, it’s no wonder this store is a mecca for design lovers visiting Amsterdam.

“Sukha means ‘joy of life’ in Sanskrit. And that is exactly what we are about. Sukha is a place where beautiful things are conceived, developed and created.”

Sydney Design School blog Suhka Amsterdam 1

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Atelier Suhka, Haarlemmerstraat 110, 1013 EW Amsterdam
+31 20 330 4001

Photography by Josh Eriksson // SOAAP Studio

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