We designed a low-budget and effective interior with a shelving system for the storage of the eye-catching classic yellow shoeboxes. We devised the elegant solution of a wall-hanging system made out of simple wooden sticks. Then, the space was furnished by simple benches and tables inspired by Enzo Mari's Autoprogettazione collection. The sales desk is a nod to the company's manufacturing roots with the wooden construction above and with sample materials and drawings from the production of the shoes on the shelves. About BOTAS 66Five years ago, Jan Kloss and Jakub Korouš—then graphic design students at Prague's Academy of Arts and Design—decided to bring classic Botas sport shoes back to life as part of a school project. Established under the name Botana in 1948 in the small town of Skuteč in East Bohemia, the factory that produced the shoes has become an “evergreen” for Czech professional and amateur sportspeople. And its legendary 1966 classic model, intended originally for indoor sports, became an icon.