A long and a narrow flower shop, overlooking a street with the main display showcased on either sides of the wall, remaining clear of the central space for circulation. While the excess storage being accommodated in the basement below the shop. Shelling the central area for movement is a very succinct abstraction of the product, 'flowers'. Suspended ceiling out of recycled bicycle rims and reflectors, associates to flowery patterns; center table with decorative legs, such as a tendril and the florid brackets tenderly holds the space. The wooden finish of the floor nudges the association with its origin, the forests.