Mariano Shoes Store

MJARC developed the project for the first store of Mariano Shoes, a prestigious Portuguese brand that produces high quality shoes in São João da Madeira, a city known for the tradition of Portuguese footwear.

This space was born with the aim of associating the brand’s contemporary design with individuality associated with the commitment to producing high quality handmade footwear that excels in comfort and elegance.

Location

Lisbon

Area

480 m²

Year

2022

Client

Mariano Shoes

State

Completed

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