For a brand that embraces a mix of modern design along with the history of denim and great tailoring, JHA designed Façonnable’s store—located on the Rue Paradis in Nice, France—as an atelier of a young fashion designer whose father left him his custom tailoring business. With the air of an apartment transformed into a store, the style of the architecture shifts throughout the space. Decorative ceramic tile floor and antique-inspired oak-and-brass fixtures showcase the merchandise on the first level. The second level has a “workroom” feel, with antique wood floors and salvaged fixtures. The inclusion of found modern furniture and décor evoke a residential ambiance. Witty decorative elements, such as the wall of thread spools and clocks in the stairwell, speak to the brand’s roots.