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Ark-Shelter Creates Modular Showroom In Belgium

August 28, 2020 - by commARCH


GAB is the official distributor in Belgium and Luxembourg of Pepe Jeans, Scotch & Soda, Hackett London, Karl Lagerfeld, Façonnable, McGrego and many other brands.

They contacted Ark-shelter because they were in need of a new showroom. The need for this showroom was quite urgent so they decided to look for a modular concept that could be completed as fast as possible.


Brand image was also very important. For the showroom they were in need of a big open bright spaces with a lot of natural incoming light within a two-story building of 2,100 square feet.

Ark-shelter prefabricated five custom design units in only two months. After fabrication, the units were transported to Belgium and were installed in just a few hours with a crane. Project: GAB Showroom Location: Ternat, Belgium Architects: Ark-shelter Client: GAB Photos: Boys Play Nice

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