Bayon is a complex consisting of two home decor stores that share a common design platform. The project is located in an area with heavy vehicular traffic, which prompted the installation of an urban display window.
The ground floor serves as a large display window towards the exterior, while simultaneously limiting the view to the outside and isolating the project from visual and noise pollution. The horizontal nature of the display window is counterbalanced by a staircase that also separates the two businesses, not as a stark barrier but as a filter. A net supports the staircase, comprised of floating steps that give the impression of lightness and transparency to the user, inviting them to explore the complex.
The upper floor has a stronger connection to the exterior and features various openings that also establish a relationship with the ground floor through a double-height space. The simplicity of the interior allows the furniture and fabrics to add colour and vitality to the space, while the structure itself contrasts with the white walls.