Archive for the ‘accessories’ category

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.

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.

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.

Antidote flagship store by Atelier de Yavorsky, Miami – Florida

April 30th, 2018

The interior combines industrial materials with a sophisticated palette of pink, green, blue and yellow. A thick pale-pink stripe surges down the centre of the concrete floor, topped by assemblages of geometrically shaped fixtures that elevate the products with colour.

I Gabbiani boutique by AFA Arredamenti, Qualiano – Italy

April 4th, 2018

There are red pads on which shoes are exposed and, higher up, golden and glass shelves, equipped with special lighting strips. The ceiling and the counter where the box is located are dark, while the floor and walls have light-colored colors. Lights and shadows alternate with the aim of highlighting the products on display.

Paul Smith boutique, Berlin – Germany

April 2nd, 2018

In the front room, intentionally untreated walls are covered in framed artworks and memorabilia, and form the bohemian backdrop of the merchandise, while the backroom features pristine white walls.

Acne Studios store, Los Angeles – California

March 27th, 2018

It’s like walking into a David Hockney masterpiece, and as such the setting fully captures the vibe of Southern California. Additional furnishings and fixtures comprise of specially commissioned pieces by designer Max Lamb, ceiling lights by Paris-based designer Benoît Lalloz, and sleek metal shelving and clothing racks.

ASH stores by Francesc Rifé Studio, Shanghai – China

March 22nd, 2018

The hard lines of this brass spine is defined from one of the most important elements of the project: a golden partial ceiling, symbol of the personality of ASH. It is characterised for integrating multiple holes from which light is projected, following the needs of the space; while other orifices are prepared to add lamps and hanging shelves, at the same time that they allow to fix the main structures.

Chanel boutique by Peter Marino, Amsterdam – Netherlands

March 12th, 2018

The lofty and light-filled ground floor presents Chanel’s highly coveted seasonal handbags, small leather goods, costume jewellery, scarves and glasses, as well as a selection of watches and jewellery pieces. At its core, a large concrete podium is situated, displaying a selection of ready-to-wear ensembles.

Howdy interior design & branding by Emart, Goyang – South Korea

March 2nd, 2018

Two flagship locations, under the theme of “Futuristic Warehouse” have translated the core values to the physical space. Both stores have a giant vending machine with a robotic arm that customer can watch this process through the transparent glass wall.

ISCOV pop-up store by GLADC studio, Chengdu – China

March 2nd, 2018

Three main selected pastel colours connect audience in a style of famine and modern chic. Unusual forms and shapes in fixtures manifested brand’s playful identity, from irregular colour perplex panels at entrance, to extruded polka dots metal hangers inside the experimental zone.

Cañamiel store by MATERIA, Mexico City – Mexico

February 27th, 2018

The design of the new store breaks the traditional scheme where there are multiple furniture for the various products and is transformed into a single three-dimensional piece that generates spaces for living in a diverse collection and in constant interaction with people.

Collection by Muse store by JHP, Metz – France

February 23rd, 2018

Its flexible design and centralized POS system allow it to host brands on a temporary basis. Brands range from already established brands to young designers and emerging labels from all around the world, and are as diverse as Fashion, Accessories, Beauty, Home, Objects and Technology companies. Current tenant is upcoming French fashion label ‘French Mode’.

Ortloff store by The-Store-Designers, Cologne – Germany

February 22nd, 2018

The approximately 550 sqm ground floor is the “Belle Etage” of the venerous store in the heart of Colognes city center. It reflects the competence of Ortloff for high-quality writing instruments and paper products. The modernization was preceded by an intensive analysis of strategic positioning, including a new concept store area with a spectacular connection to the open store front with a lifestyle-oriented array of curated design accessories.

Nous store by Atelier HA, Paris – France

January 11th, 2018

The interior design, created by local practice Atelier Ha, is understated and makes clever use of the store’s concrete shell by exposing the entire back wall. A whitewashed ceiling, adorned by diagonally placed sleek light fixtures, and flooring of polished concrete frame the sparsely furnished setting.

Hermès store by Rdai, Oslo – Norway

January 5th, 2018

Upon entering the store, shoppers are welcomed with Hermès’ signature ex-libris, followed by a succession of stone arches that separate the boutique’s four spaces. Past the entrance, a large space unfolds, dedicated to silks, fragrances and jewellery accessories.

Dior store renewal, Madrid – Spain

December 2nd, 2017

The store occupies two floors and features an 18th Century-inspired setting that mimics the original Dior flagship boutique on avenue Montaigne in Paris, featuring modern furnishings with the Cannage motif and the gray tones favoured by designer Christian Dior serve to enhance the house’s creations.

Chanel store renewal by Peter Marino, Tokyo – Japan

December 2nd, 2017

The revamp, supervised by New York City-based architect Peter Marino, took almost three years, and has not only resulted in new interiors, but has also given the nine-storey building a striking new façade.

Chanel flagship store by Peter Marino, Toronto – Canada

November 28th, 2017

House architect Peter Marino was tapped to create a matching interior design, using the brand’s iconic colours of black, white and gold throughout the premises, alongside elements inspired by the lavishly decorated Coromandel Screens of Coco Chanel’s plush apartment on rue Cambon in Paris.

The Webster store by Chris Osvai, New York

November 20th, 2017

Colourful, plush, and furnished with an abundance of custom-made furnishings and fixtures, the store oozes the vibe of a sophisticated private apartment.