Indigo & Cloth
by Designgoat

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Exposed brickwork, pegboards and adaptable wooden display units feature in this Dublin clothing store by Irish studio Designgoat (+ slideshow).

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

Designgoat exposed the structural layers of a four-storey building to create the industrial interior for clothing and accessories brand Indigo & Cloth.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

The main retail space is located on the ground floor and houses clothing, accessories and a coffee bar over a raw concrete floor.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

Exposed brickwork lines the interior walls, while an adaptable shelving and display system enables the shop owners to customise the way they display products.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

"The shelving on the ground floor was designed by us and built to be flexible," Designgoat director Ahmad Fakhry told Dezeen. Each shelf can sit flat for displaying shoes and products, or at an angle to display magazines.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

A long wooden display counter stretches along the centre of the space and doubles up as a coffee bar. The counter, benches and stools are all made from solid white ash and glass, and feature custom-made steel sockets for their powder-coated white legs.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

On the back wall of the store, two pine pegboards are used for displaying accessories such as hats, shoes and bags.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

The store extends to the first floor, where black painted steel and oak clothing rails display more clothing and products.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

The second floor accommodates an office with customised light fittings and desks, while the top floor is being refurbished to create a photography studio, meeting space and storage area.

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

Other retail interiors we've featured recently include a pop-up skincare shop in Tokyo that has wooden chairs piled on top of one another and a bakery that features a tree growing out of its curved timber counterSee more shop interiors »

Indigo & Cloth by Designgoat

Photography is by Al Higgins.

  • de la Pascale

    I visited this shop several times – got a nice bag here once – but I’ve stopped going because the stock is overly pricey and never seems to change much.

  • DomATron

    Where can I get a line peg board?