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The interior of the Pavé cycling shop is all about design and space. It is a hip retail experience with all of the products given room to show themselves.
The interior of the shop was designed by Joan Sandoval, located in Barcelona. The branding was created by Marcel Batlle, who said:
“The project started with the owner of the shop, a bicycle and cycling enthusiast called Javier Maya, 9 months ago. The idea is to offer much more than just a cycling shop. We have showers for use after training, a nice TV to watch Giro, Le Tour, Paris Roubaix…There is a paved entry, making reference to the name of the shop and the classic bicycle race. The shop is 700m2 with lots of space where you can enjoy all the products.”
Check out the photos below.
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