The geometry of the shop windows turns the trapezoidal interior space into a rectangle, organizing a covered exterior space as they flank the entrance door.
In closed position, the exterior metallic shutters appear as a folding screen of copper, due to the inclination of the roof.
As they are opened, they decompose in panels of bright color that are framing up the shop windows in a restless manner.
The exposition furniture behind the metallic shutters and the glass windows is made of wood.
The objects are exhibited on pyramidal and scaling boards. The doors painted as fake copper plates, the roof in form of the keel of a ship, as well as the incrusted tools in the floor aim to evoke something of the naval world.
The hardware store is located in front of the old dockyard where the Torres family had built wooden sailbarks during four generations.