LAGOS, NIGERIA – If simplified lines and subdued edges are considered modernistic, then ROFHAUS’ interior design style is the modern face of Nigerian retail. The renderings below provide a glimpse into Ikoyi’s newest daytime haunt! The ROFHAUS resembles a mash-up of Montauk’s Surf Lodge meets a New York Soho Loft. The interior is open, warm and light-filled with effective spatial planning and delicate colour nuances. White and lacquered-wood floors and walls, scarce furnishings, and simplistic décor create an atmosphere that is warm, inviting, and interesting.
ROFHAUS serves as an intimate boutique, design workshop, and a graphic design studio. Nigerian womenswear brand, ROF, created the Afropolitan iteration of minimalist design combining ideas of simplicity and functionality, and stripping back unnecessary elements to create a comfortable retail environment. They partnered with design firm, SparkCreative, to rebrand a space in the iconic Falomo Shopping Centre (which dates back to the 1970’s) and bring something ‘cool and vibey’ to the neighbourhood.
ROFHAUS’ first soft opening took place on Saturday 20, October. The opening coincided with the release of ROF’s Fall 2012 Collection which is now in-store and available for orders.
Falomo Shopping Centre
Visit ROF at www.intherof.com or ROFHAUS at www.rofhaus.com for more information.
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