Archive for the ‘eyewear’ category

Optical store LILA 2 by Aleksandar Bauer, Belgrade – Serbia

October 25th, 2017

Optical store LILA 2 by Aleksandar Bauer, Belgrade – Serbia

P.Y.E Store Hlebozavod by Lesha Galkin, Saint Petersburg – Russia

October 24th, 2017

The factory is a classic example of constructivism style, and the main goal was to maintain the style in the new interior. Floor, color palette of the store (which refers to Soviet Union sanatoriums), monumental beige panels with a clock and the shape of lamps – everything is a gentle reminder of Soviet era.

Etnia Barcelona by Lazaro Rosa Violan, Barcelona – Spain

October 20th, 2017

This new iconic space of the Barcelona eyewear brand occupies a total area of 8600 sq. ft. distributed over seven stories, each of which is designed to fully express the DNA of the brand. Two of these floors are dedicated to sales and showrooms specially reserved for its Optician Customers, press and brand ambassadors.

Fred Segal store by Brand Studio Caa-Gbg, Mike Mankin and IMA Architects, Los Angeles – California

October 20th, 2017

The multi-brand partners and brand shops at the new Fred Segal store include multi-line men’s shop Hartel, the women’s equivalent Collective, Atelier & Repairs, The Pancake Epidemic, and Framed Ewe.

Lawrence & Mayo Boutique by Excellent Interior Designers Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad – India

October 12th, 2017

A gathering of inspiration, the design reflects a blend of luxury and showcasing of products, as its concept. The choice of material restates the feeling of a premium environment.

Edward Beiner store by MNA, Disney Springs, Orlando – Florida

October 7th, 2017

Supported on slender posts along the walls, large backlit display boxes of tarnished brass and blackened steel are each topped with picture lights like paintings in a gallery. Each “canvas” is divided into a grid that allows ultimate flexibility in display and subtly equates the product with artwork.

Hawkers Madrid Store by CuldeSac Custom Retail, Madrid – Spain

October 4th, 2017

A space that faithfully reflects the values of the Hawkers product, through finishings that mix marble and stainless steel, meeting that attention to detail that engages the buyer’s whole experience in the store.

Hunke jewellry and eyewear by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Ludwigsburg – Germany

October 3rd, 2017

We created welcoming interior spaces with high quality materials, forming a perfect and luxurious framework for each watch, pair of glasses and piece of jewellery in Hunke’s collection. In a one-of-a-kind fusion, our concept combines past and future elements and building parts into a sustainable retail concept for Hunke’s family business in Ludwigsburg.

Linda Farrow’s Paris store by Sheridan&Co, Paris – France

September 14th, 2017

While the interiors’ colour palette is neutral, the play on different material textures – from stone and marbling effect to brushed metallic – amplifies light and space, allowing the eyewear displays to take centre stage.

Lost Garden flagship store by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

September 9th, 2017

The store space of Lost Garden expressesthis intention of the client to respond sensitively to trends in every nook and cranny, like hidden treasure. The harmony of masculine black and ruggedness forms abackdrop, in the center of which sits a cool circular structure expressing the infinite variability that Lost Garden aspires to. This circular structure delivers the brand message in an eye catching manner, rotating 360 degrees around its center with images of Lost Garden’s products being projected on it.

CARIN flagship store by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

September 7th, 2017

Planterior, the combination of plant and interior, is an effective method of eco-friendly and emotionally appealing design. A new sunglasses showroom has been making waves in the famously trendy Hongdae neighborhood for its lively planterior and unique laboratory concept.

VAVAS & Projekt Product eyewear shop by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

September 7th, 2017

Gentle Monster store, Shanghai – China

September 6th, 2017

An evocative retail space has been created, using different materials, artful objects and nifty, moving installations that all allude to the aforementioned theme.

Ace & Tate eyewear store by Spacon & X , Copenhagen – Denmark

August 22nd, 2017

Spacon & X found inspiration for the decor by imagining what the studio of avant-garde artist Franciska Clausen would look like. The Danish cubist painter often worked with primary colour combinations.

Gentle Monster eyewear store, Chengdu – China

August 14th, 2017


Situated at Taikoo Li, an upscale shopping mall in the heart of the city, the store occupies a spacious two-storey unit.

Ace & Tate by OS & OOS, Eindhoven – Netherlands

August 9th, 2017


OS & OOS dismissed bland carpets and tiles reminiscent of medical examination rooms in favour of raw concrete in line with Eindhoven’s historical architecture style.

Oriental Vision Flagship store by Prospace Asia, Guangzhou – China

July 26th, 2017

A Simple geometric pattern was used as a key design feature that was applied to various screens and lamps within the store to create the dominate design language. This language provided both visual and tactile interest and through its use of materials such a gold plating and gamboge yellow; it allowed areas such as the sunglasses wall to become a focus in the store to drive interest and sales.

Götti Store by Thomas Frischknecht, Lucerne – Switzerland

July 18th, 2017

The straight-lined interior offers the ideal setting for the minimalistic titanium and acetate eyeglasses. What is also new is the entire assortment of the Götti Dimension, manufactured using 3D printing technology and the innovative Götti Perspective rimless project will be presented. The interior was kept completely in black and white, combined with a massive oak parquet.

Viu boutique, Copenhagen – Denmark

July 3rd, 2017

For this setting, cues have been taken from Danish traits and values, such as closeness to nature and ecological thinking, and these are captured by the use of natural and sustainable materials.

Papyrus Gallery by [email protected], Seoul – South Korea

June 30th, 2017

The key components of the ‘Multi-Functional Platform ’which includes the‘display device’,‘art marketing components’ and ‘visual character devices’ are implemented in the‘Wall Module System’using a consecutive line.