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Siblings Factory / JDS Architects

  • 00:00 - 24 September, 2013
Siblings Factory / JDS Architects
Siblings Factory / JDS Architects, © Nico Neefs
© Nico Neefs

© Nico Neefs © Nico Neefs © Nico Neefs © Nico Neefs +11

© Nico Neefs
© Nico Neefs

From the architect. SIBLINGSFACTORY is a genuinely evolutive space, which combines fashion with design and art.

© Nico Neefs
© Nico Neefs

With its fine selection of clothing and accessories for men and women, as well as its exhibitions, design pieces and vintage furniture -and a bookstore café with arty magazines- SIBLINGSFACTORY is a place devoted to culture where anything shown can be purchased.

© Nico Neefs
© Nico Neefs

The “factory” section, entirely dedicated to creators and their pieces, aims to showcase confirmed talent, as well as offer support to young artists.

© Nico Neefs
© Nico Neefs

SIBLINGSFACTORY is a “ charity shop “ and supports the Afghanistan Demain Association, whose aim is to help Kabul’s street children to go to school and get an education. The company will donate a portion of its profits to the charity association each year.

© Nico Neefs
© Nico Neefs

SIBLINGSFACTORY offers a selection of sophisticated brands for women and men. The majority of them are not distributed in Belgium.

© Nico Neefs
© Nico Neefs

Selected vintage furniture from the 1950s and 1960s will also be available, as well as pieces designed by Julien De Smedt and Marine Breynaert’s famous industrial lamps.

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Croco Dile · September 25, 2013

It would be interesting to know how much the customers like the minimalism in a store.

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