ROW Studio envisioned and implemented Candy Stop Coyoacan, a place for the entire family, fascinating both children and adults. Located in a traditional neighborhood in Mexico City, the shop contrasts its surroundings, displaying a highly modern design.
Candy Stop Coyoacan resembles a miniature gallery or exhibition space for sweets, featuring an original shelving units and framed by a continuous purple ribbon. Here is more on the structure if the store from the architects: “An existing second floor was partially demolished to create a double height area at the entrance enhancing a much needed sense of spatiality to the storefront. The upper surfaces of the walls are tilted to the inside in a quasi pyramidal shape, sharpening even more the perceivable height by elongating the visuals. This surfaces are completely covered by a repetitive pattern of abstracted gummy bears designed by industrial designer Ariel Rojo acting as a loose reference to the patterns and textures common in traditional architecture”. The entire design focuses on highlighting the products on sale, which become even more desirable.