Archive for the ‘store design’ category

KKeC gift shop by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

May 26th, 2018

The unique character of the store gets its identity through the form of a hexagonal diamond shape, which returns in different places in the shop. This form determinates everything, from the contours of the new furniture to the graphic design.

adidas originals 2018 SNKR2 exhibition & pop-up store by URBANTAINER, Seoul – South Korea

May 25th, 2018

Based on the the message ‘Only the Essentials’ from the EQT’s philosophy, transparent and reflective materials were used for the Highlights Showcase so the nothing could divert attention from the sneakers.

Sonia Rykiel boutique by Vudafieri – Saverino Partners, Madrid – Spain

May 25th, 2018

The result is an elegant, yet at the same time informal space, hinged in a succession of refined ambiences with an intriguing atmosphere. A climate which we breathe from the entrance, where the walls are completely covered by a full-length bookcase, inside of which are works of the historical French Gallimard collection.

Kenzo Jeans store by Leco arquitectos, Bogota – Colombia

May 24th, 2018

The commercial room is divided in to three integrated spaces, the first with a male identity with rustic finishes such as iron, concrete, natural wood and strong textures in earth colors, the second more subtle for a female product with cleaner walls, in shades of gray soft, cleaner furniture with continuous linear display, in direct lighting highlighting the shapes and perforations so that natural light mixes with artificial light creating a lighter atmosphere.

The Shop at Bluebird store by Kohn Pedersen Fox and Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

May 23rd, 2018

New York City-based architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox not only supervised the transformation master plan of the popular Covent Garden shopping zone, but also gifted Carriage Hall, as the new home of The Shop at Bluebird is called, its most striking architectural feature: the inner courtyard’s glass roof. The modern intervention allows in floods of daylight to permeate the entire premises.

Busch’s Fresh Food Market by Studio H2G, Canton – Michigan

May 22nd, 2018

Things like charred wood, metals, and raw palettes made the environment warm and friendly. Kitchens and prep areas are exposed to customer view to enhance transparency and freshness.

Yaoyasuika vegetable store by Headstarts, Yokohama – Japan

May 21st, 2018

To realize the intention of the store to provide the freshest vegetables possible, the glass-walled “FRESH ROOM,” which itself serves as a refrigerator, is placed in the center as a unique and innovative attempt to keep the freshness of seasonal produce. The room is equipped with a special air conditioner designed to control temperature and prevent dew condensation.

KT&G flagship store by DESIGNBONO, Inchon – South Korea

May 21st, 2018

The special design with an ‘LAB’ concept was decorated with a modest use of color and material, which further accentuates and concentrates the focus of customers on the product and its colorful variety.

Lipsy store by Dalziel & Pow, Manchester – UK

May 19th, 2018

An in-the-round central feature of gold powder coated discs and rails, on which key seasonal clothing and accessories pieces are showcased. Lipsy’s shoes and accessories offers are represented in-store for the first time. A gold metallic feature wall and padded pale pink seating create a luxurious, plush backdrop for this department, and key products are displayed on bespoke illuminated stands of white marble porcelain.

Milkland pop-up ice cream by Ryusuke Nanki, Tokyo – Japan

May 18th, 2018

At the ice cream counter (also covered in cow print), customers buy soft-served ice cream or sweets made from milk and head to the floor above. The cow pattern continues on to this floor where a life-size model of a cow blends in with the black-and-white pattern. Beside it, a large toppings bar awaits for the customers to choose their own combinations of fixings for their sweets.

Saint Laurent flagship store, Dubai – UAE

May 17th, 2018

The overall aesthetic loosely takes cues from the French modernist movement of the early 20th century, but the store’s palatial dimensions and plush materials overrule any trace of austerity, making shopping here a rather grand affair.

51East boutique by Dobas AG, Doha – Qatar

May 16th, 2018

Especially for this project, Dobas has developed a shelving system with integrated power supply so that the display shelves equipped with light can be freely moved and exchanged. High-quality materials and surfaces reflect the value of leather goods and accessories and generate an unmistakable character.

Cibic Marazzi Tile Club by Studio Blanco, Rome – Italy

May 16th, 2018

The temporary hospitality experience takes inspiration from London’s gentlemen’s clubs – opening the traditionally exclusive concept ‘to anyone interested in ceramics as an artistic and architectural form’. The tactile allure of marble, metal and concrete present in the Grande ceramic slabs are experienced alongside Grand Carpet, the collection by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel.

FRENN store by Pentagon Design, Helsinki – Finland

May 16th, 2018

The aesthetic bears all the hallmarks of Scandinavian design, but is also infused with materials and colours that lend it a cosmopolitan edge. The indigo blue wall ties in with the brand’s new graphic design that also bears the signature of the aforementioned agency. Furnishings are sparse, comprising merely of shelving, a display, a sales counter, and all seamlessly blend into the understated setting.

Giorgio jewelry store by Maria Reizi, Alexandroupolis – Greece

May 15th, 2018

Dark shades were selected in combination with the colors of copper and walnut. Copper is used in linear aerial decorative elements that create contrasts with balance and shine as intensity in intentional dark space. The study of lighting was made in order to highlight all these elements and give a “dramatic” atmosphere with museum lighting in the showcases and with lower intensity general lighting.

Showroom Plicosa by Miel Arquitectos, Palma – Spain

May 15th, 2018

And little more: restraining braces that support tribunes and balconies, lattices of cypress that sift and ventilate, black pipes and air condition shafts like the night that covers them, boxes inside boxes, hierarchies that are assembled as Russian dolls and the resulting “outer” space prepared for the SHOW, whether Truman or the independent Republic of your home.

Harvey Nichols department store by Studio Four IV, Doha – Qatar

May 15th, 2018

The interior design, created by London-based Studio Four IV, is obviously an opulent affair, oozing a style that blends luxurious materials and bespoke finishes, and seamlessly connects with local culture. A central veil concept based on the traditional Arabic residence is featured throughout the premises, and the design also sees nifty high-tech embedded into stunning glass panels produced specially for the project.

The Store pop-up shop at tradeshow showUP, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

May 14th, 2018

The Store pop-up shop at tradeshow showUP, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

Outer Shoes store by Kube Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil

May 14th, 2018

The proposal was to create a clean and neutral base, through cold materials and light colors. The floor received a gray porcelain tile, the walls in plaster received a white painting until a certain height, leaving the rest of the wall and the ceiling without finishing.

Miu Miu boutique, Dubai – UAE

May 13th, 2018

It’s divided into two levels and is entirely furnished in light blue damask with matching chairs and carpet, evoking a feeling of femininity and harmony. Large mirrors stretching from the floor to the ceiling complete the decoration.