Lalire March Architects | Cosmetics Store
Lalire March Architects, LMA, Christopher March, Rex Lalire, Cosmetics Store, Washington, D.C., New York, 20 stores, cosmetics brand, small but high space, mezzanine with suspended makeup stations, Exposed brick and steel structure, wood and metal cabinets, energetic, studio-like environment, Clean lines, floating walls, Curving planes overlap, private makeovers, luminous ceiling glows, flattering light
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Lalire March Architects - Cosmetics Store - Washington DC & New York

Washington, D.C.

Photo: Greg Delves

Lalire March Architects - Cosmetics Store - Washington DC & New York Lalire March Architects - Cosmetics Store - Washington DC & New York

Washington, D.C.

Photos: Greg Delves

Lalire March Architects - Cosmetics Store - Washington DC & New York

Washington, D.C.

Photo: Greg Delves

Cosmetics Stores, Washington, D.C., New York

LMA has been involved in over 20 stores for this cosmetics brand. In the Washington store, LMA took advantage of a small but high space to introduce a mezzanine with suspended makeup stations. Exposed brick and steel structure combine with wood and metal cabinets to create an energetic, studio-like environment.

 

Clean lines and floating walls characterize the New York store. Curving planes overlap to conceal areas for private makeovers while a luminous ceiling glows with flattering light.