Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Sony PlayStation lounge by studio IMA, Seoul – South Korea

July 13th, 2017

The inside induces the natural flow from the left to right by tilting the wall at the edge and by specifying the spatial characteristic by comparting the place for the game title display and its demonstration and the place for cafeteria at the same time.

LYOTO hair salon by U.LAB, Seoul – South Korea

July 12th, 2017

We positioned ceiling mirrors and rear mirrors by having these needs in mind. The reflecting image is purposefully positioned and the mirrors will allow customers to follow up with their procedures in detail.

essence Maker Shop pop-up by ARNO & DFROST, Berlin – Germany

July 11th, 2017

The do-it-yourself approach of the store includes mechanical gearwheels, symbolizing workmanship. Customers can experience the entire process from development of individual nail varnish or lip-gloss to the design of the packaging.

Campos Barangaroo coffee kiosk by Woods Bagot, Sydney – Australia

July 11th, 2017

The design itself references the geometric grid on the base building’s facade, Woods Bagot wanted to instill a sense of purity and simplicity of form which in turn, manifests into a brass frame likened to a sculptural installation.

Gaggenau Showroom by einszu33, Chicago – Illinois

July 10th, 2017

The new space provides an extraordinary blueprint for a showroom, its 20-foot ceiling height creates a cube-like dynamic with a 3D feel. Natural light flows into the showroom through a vast expanse of glass that forms an entire wall and offers panoramic views of the Chicago River.

Zita Fabiani Boutique by Marco Costanzi, Roma – Italy

July 9th, 2017

The aesthetic is the result of incredible materials research with a view to creating a contemporary style that could be match with the luxury products. Marble, brass, leather and fabric liaise in perfect harmony as common thread of four levels.

Zadig & Voltaire flagship store, Paris – France

July 8th, 2017

Very recently, Zadig & Voltaire revealed a rather stunning one-off design for a new flagship store in Paris, and it’s a venture that can be seen as a celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary.

weFix Alice Lane store by Whaam Concepts, Johannesburg – South Africa

July 7th, 2017

weFix Alice Lane store by Whaam Concepts, Johannesburg – South Africa

Asport Scoop (86) sneaker club by Nightingale, Ingeldorf – Luxembourg

July 7th, 2017

Specialised in sports clothing and shoes that are just perfect for a contemporary active lifestyle, Asport is exploring a hybrid retail concept that invites visitors to visit the store more frequently, spend more time there, personalise their purchases and become part of a cultural community.

Creative Exchanges by Nightingale, Antwerp – Belgium

July 6th, 2017

Some freelance journalists prefer working in the company of others than on their own at home. Some stylists may like to update their administration in an area that suits their daily activities. Photographers sometimes want to experiment in a studio without having to make too much of an investment them-selves. Experiential marketing agency Nightingale provides all this by opening the doors of its Antwerp headquarters.

RUNNER CAMP store by PRISM design, Shanghai – China

July 6th, 2017

Urban workers run with the sunrise and run with the sunset. That scene is Orange which is a brand color. They recommend starting a new lifestyle that is healthy and stylish in the Shanghai city.

Serra store by OMFGCo and JHL Design, Portland – Oregon

July 6th, 2017

Serra is the Italian word for greenhouse, and this is reflected in the design of the shop’s display cases. The black-framed vitrines have pitched glass tops to display the varieties of edibles, oils and smokeable products, along with the equipment needed to use them.

Papersmiths store by studio B, London – UK

July 5th, 2017

Working with three primary materials – European solid Douglas timber, speckled jesmonite and dusky pink encaustic tiles – together with a muted palette of light and neutral tones, B have created a bold yet simple interior to showcase the products.

Aesop store by Tacklebox Architecture, New York City

July 4th, 2017

Two of the walls are lined with vertical strips of milled pine plywood, oriented so the layers are visible. Shelves for displaying Aesop’s distinctively branded products that protrude from the wooden wall take the shape of upturned clothes hangers – “a subtle gesture referencing the former life of the building”.

Bosideng Fashion Store Interior by Ito Masaru Design

July 4th, 2017

Bosideng Fashion Store Interior by Ito Masaru Design

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.

BRADI TOSCANI by Sestini&Corti, Chianciano Terme – Italy

July 2nd, 2017

The main counter has been lighted up to give the right relevance to the product, while on the back wall of the counter has been installed a reclaimed wood panel with engraving laser drawings and logo.

IGA Summer Hill supermarket by loopcreative, Sydney – Australia

June 30th, 2017

A modified Italian Apeliono features in the entry of the store, which is used for visual merchandising and display and is a unique point of difference that reinforces the European Market feel.

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.

LODOVNIA store by mode:lina Architekci, Poznań – Poland

June 29th, 2017

The interior is a black and white composition as well, warmed by triangle-shaped elements made of natural plywood. Both the triangles and the shape of a sport cone further connect with the letter V in LODOVNIA’s logo, which makes the architectural result consistent with the ice cream shop’s visual identity system.