Sean Knibb Opens Flowerboy Project In Venice, A Retail Concept Bathed In Clean DesignAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Sean Knibb (you may know him from designing The Line Hotel) just opened the doors to his latest retail concept project next door to the Knibb Design studio in Venice. More like a super collaboration, the retail portion involves Raan and Lindsay Parton of Alchemy Works, framed work from photographer Will Adler, clothing and accessories from Apolis, Clare V, and Miansai, and of course, fresh cut flowers. You’ll find fragrances from Rodin and Feile, jewelry from Vendome Yamada, Gabriela Artigas, and Vere Verto plus sculpture and art displays (including Knibbs’ own).
As if that weren’t enough, indulge in goodies from Clark Street Bread, Sugarbloom Bakery, Harriet’s Cheesecake Unlimited, ALMA chocolates, sip Italian-style espresso from Vittoria Coffee, and discover other specialty edibles.
“Flowerboy Project is where my creative thoughts and design ideas can live and experiment and be enjoyed by a wider group of people. It will be a sweet and intimate experience with a lot of layers to it,” says Knibb.
Bathed in light and highlighting the space’s key features, simple construction and found objects (like the upside down ladder/shelf mash-up) weave their way through the space with ease. Meant to encapsulate both the stay-in and take-home experiences, guests can peruse curated design finds and take in the scent of fresh flowers (leaving or taking either with them).
There’s a little bit of something for everyone in Knibb’s latest concept-driven creative project.
Visit: Flowerboy Project, 824 Lincoln Boulevard, Los Angeles, 310-452-3900
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