Project Description

Design brief

David H Myers Opticians was outdated and tired looking practice with high-end frames and sunglasses on display. The practice is located in the prestigious street in Leeds and it was in need to bring it up to date and gave the clients an extraordinary shopping experience. Mr David Myers wanted us to design the practice that will reflect a state of the art optical equipment as well to project the image of quality products on display.


Design Challenges

The number of frames and sunglasses will have to exceed 700 pieces. Also, the centre pillars visually were cutting the shop in two and posed the problem for the staff to have control over the whole shop.



For the display units, we have chosen to mix the panels with rods and showcase cabinets on both walls. We have also closed the gap between two centre pillars and made it into the display space with showcase cabinets. All lockable and LED RGB lit. On the right wall, we went more with LED-lit shelves. That created something like shop in shop feels.

Also, we split the reception desk in two. In the front, we made the greeting desk and at the back, we made a large admin counter. This way the staff will have a full view of the shop.

Two dispensing desks were positioned at the rear of the back pillar and with the frosted glass divider