Large lollipop display inside candy shop

As one of the largest candy stores in the world, Candylawa has an interior design that matches its magnitude in ingenuity. Located in the Panorama Mall in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, this candy store interior is a veritable wonderland where the exuberant flavors of sweet treats are masterly translated into design terms. The result is impressive.

Curved entrance to colorful candy shop

Created by Redesign Group, a New Zealand-based design and branding firm, Candylawa extends over a two-story space and offers visual surprises at each corner. While such an outburst of colors is expected in a place designed for kids, Redesign excelled in molding these playful tones into inspiring shapes.

Colorful chandeliers with stripe patterns against playful candy store interior

Between large columns shaped as massive candy twirls (a defining element of this interior), each detail echoes the shapes and colors of candy. Even the light fixtures, a David Trubridge creation, take the shape of the four Candilawa mascots – Mello, Sukar, Coco and Sprinkle – with a few candy light fittings for good measure. The mascots are a recurring element in the design of the store and that of the merchandise.

Columns shaped as candy twists in sweets store

Another common element is the satisfying use of curves in the design of the space, from the shape of the entrance to that of the shelves. It is a choice that makes this candy store interior different, approachable and intriguing.

Display shelves with curved shapes as part of a whimsical candy store interior

In a place where everything is large-scale, the massive candy twirls are a fitting element: They seem to hold an irresistible power that wipes out any desire to escape and takes you on a fascinating journey through the store. This is not a place to visit on the run, but one to take in slowly, explore and enjoy.

Large candy-twist column in the middle of a unique candy store interior

The different functional areas of the candy store interior encourage direct interaction with the merchandise or unfold as part of a story. Here, you can fill your tins with jelly beans or create your own candy. There, behind a large window surrounded by candy-filled pipes, cupcakes are topped with icing – and the process is a show in itself.

Candy-filled pipes lining up the wall in candy store

The Wonka walk is a quest for your favorite chocolate in the middle of whimsical shapes and colors.

Wonka-inpired room as part of candy shop unique interior

Meanwhile, parents can take a break at a French-style café. It offers a well-deserved rest after hours of exploring a place with no shortage of character.

French-style cafe inside sweets shop

Designer: Redesign Group
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