Using a boolean of ‘Moroccan’ and ‘Indian’ architecture, Boolean Design Studio remodeled the worn and torn grocery store from the 1980s into a contemporary, yet rooted boutique. Keeping in mind that the client would use the boutique to sell Moroccan clothing apparels for women, Boolean Design Studio chose to use a combination of native architecture of Morocco and India. The Moorish and the Indian aesthetic were adhered to with meticulous detail. Boolean Design Studio had craftsmen and apprentices flown in to work on site for two months carving wood, setting tile, spanning arches and seeing to every other intricate detail. The ceiling reflected off light on the moorish tiles through detailed mod wood lattice screens and the wall panels were a mixed media work showcased by a series of small arches.