Yeah Can has been involved in the shop design of its favourite client Hope Center. Hope Center was Yeah Can’s first client. A pro bona one. Social responsibility before making money. Good approach.
From logo design to web design for Hope Center was always on the cards. But designing the interior fittings for a shop? That was a new one. But then team Yeah Can will not hide from any challenge!
At this stage of the development of the shop space the floor has been redone, the bamboo side walls and ceiling completed and painted with white oil based paint, the spotlights and fans put up and now the shelving units are in place.
The awning also received its branding as the brand police force is slowly implementing the same look everywhere. It’s a slow process with the office still sending out documents without the logo. But constant reminders will work there too.
The last decorative element will be the photographs above the shelving unit. These will show the Hope Center’s artisans working at handicraft production as well as the weaving crew and sewing teams. The photographic montage will be the only colour in an otherwise white decor.
It’s been designed to give the products and the photos of the members of Hope Center the spotlight. They are after all the important folk here.