Oska Clothing, QVB by Ink Interior Architects | Shop interiors

The OSKA woman exudes a contemporary, yet pared back elegance with light draping and menswear inspired silhouettes. The aim was to translate these key aesthetic elements with layers of black, shades of grey and textures of white. A moodiness and restrained drama is created and ultimately reflects the brand aesthetic. Sydney’s iconic Queen Victoria Building was hand-picked by OSKA Germany for their second NSW store. The brief stipulates a strictly monochrome palette and include the signature crisp white, jet black and specific grey tones. This palette is explored as an extension of the clothing; honest unassuming finishes translate an understated luxe feel. The entire store is symmetrical to make the most of the 38sqm. The change rooms are located centrally along the side walls and the linen drapery stacks away to maintain and openness to the floor area when not in use. There is an opportunity to utilise the volume of the site. A hand applied, layered paint finish is used on th… continue