MRDK makes use of arches and mosaics for Ciele Athletics retailer in Montreal

Rounded partitions and archways create a move via this Montreal boutique, designed by native studio MRDK for Canadian sportswear model Ciele Athletics.

The primary boutique for Ciele, which sells technical headwear and attire for working, opened in April 2023 on Notre-Dame Avenue in Montreal – the model’s hometown.

Black and white mosaic tiles kind a sample based mostly on Ciele’s attire on the entrance to the shop

The three,000-square-foot (279-square-metre) flagship retailer was designed by MRDK to be as a lot a boutique as a group house for runners to fulfill and socialise.

Alongside the slender entryway, flooring contains black and white mosaic tiles that kind a graphic sample based mostly on choose gadgets of the model’s attire.

Four mannequins within a wall niche
Guests are lead previous a quartet of mannequins to a group lounge space

Ascending 4 steps or a ramp leads guests previous a big white-tiled planter, then a show of mannequins lined up in entrance of a brick wall.

A lounge space on the finish is designated for gathering and dialog, providing “anybody with an curiosity in motion and connection an opportunity to expertise working and the various sides of its dynamic group via common meet-ups and occasions”, mentioned MRDK.

A dark green dividing wall with arched openings
Entry to the primary retail house is through an archway that punctures a darkish inexperienced partition

Entry to the primary retail house is thru an archway with rounded corners that punctures a deep, darkish inexperienced partition.

“An arched wall gracefully separates the extra public group space from the remainder of the shop, creating a way of intrigue and welcoming exploration,” MRDK mentioned.

White service counter in front of a dark green wall
The inexperienced hue continues behind the fluted white service counter

Different related openings on this spatial divider are used to show clothes on single or double-stacked rails.

The identical forest inexperienced shade continues on the wall behind the service counter, which is fronted by a white fluted panel and features a small glass vitrine set into its prime.

Sportswear displayed in a series of angled niches
Lime plaster covers the angled partitions, which characteristic bull-nose edges that soften their look

Herringbone white oak parquet flooring are laid wall to wall, working beneath a low central island that’s designed to be damaged aside and moved across the retailer relying on merchandising wants.

A textured lime plaster end was utilized to the partitions, wrapping across the bull-nosed corners that soften the angles created by the offset shows.

“The play of sunshine and shadows on these textured surfaces creates a way of dynamism, accentuating the individuality of the house,” mentioned MRDK.

In a single nook, a 12-foot-tall (3.7-metre) shelving system presents Ciele’s vary of hats on cork model heads.

Hats displayed on floor-to-ceiling shelves
A tall shelving system shows Ciele’s hat assortment

Becoming rooms in the back of the shop are stored minimal, with inexperienced velvet curtain draped behind the arched openings to the cubicles.

“The considerate mixture of supplies, textures, and hues creates an environment that seamlessly blends modernity with a contact of timeless magnificence,” mentioned MRDK.

Minimalist fitting room with green velvet curtain
The becoming rooms are stored minimalist and have inexperienced velvet curtains

Previously often called Ménard Dworkind, the studio was based by Guillaume Ménard and David Dworkind, and has accomplished a wide range of retail areas in Montreal and past.

Most not too long ago, these have included a retailer for plastic-free magnificence model Angle.

The pictures is by David Dworkind and Alex Lesage.

Mission credit:

Crew: David Dworkind, Benjamin Lavoie Laroche
Contractor: Groupe Manovra
Ceramic flooring tile: Daltile
Lighting: Sistemalux
Lime plaster: Venosa
Wooden profiles: Brenlo