Barcelona eyewear store is a “challenging visual exercise”

Slight variations in tone and texture differentiate surfaces inside the PJ Lobster glasses store in Barcelona, which has been finished entirely in green. The shop in the El Born district features walls, floors and stuccoed ceilings all covered in soft, tranquil tones of seafoam green, creating an immersive experience designed to challenge the eye.

Stainless steel is another key player in the store, used to create banks of display shelving that frame each pair of glasses, with the soft sheen of the metal creating a striking contrast with the deliberately blobby texture of the walls behind.


Another textural juxtaposition is provided by the large, capsule-like counter at the heart of the store with its high-shine gloss finish and mirrored top.

Further back in the store is an area dedicated to visual examinations, delineated by a shiny pleather curtain and a softer carpeted floor.

With this latest outpost, the brand wanted to encapsulate the evolution of the brand and its products.

SOURCE | Dezeen, 13th August 2023


Subscribe to Snapshot, our bi-weekly summary of the latest consumer experiences from around the globe.

Every edition includes latest stores, retail news and general ‘cool stuff’!



Lucy Mister

22nd August 2023