Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Hair Clinic gnome by Takeshi Nagata & Yukari Nagata, Osaka – Japan

February 8th, 2018

The white triangles stand out in contrast to the grain pattern of the wood and give rhythm to the space. Also the effect of the geometric pattern influences your optical sense to make the low ceiling (CH = 2400mm) in the salon seem higher.

“The Forest” installation at Valextra store by Kengo Kuma, Milan – Italy

February 8th, 2018

The installation, aptly called The Forest, comprises of an infusion of wood and will be on display for the next couple of months. No less than 136 wooden slats have been inserted vertically, recreating an abstract environment that’s firmly rooted in nature, showcasing Valextra’s coveted bag models along the way.

Flormar New Retail Concept by DIAM Group, Istanbul – Turkey

February 7th, 2018

It’s a space where teenage girls can create their own experiences with their “bestfriends” while connecting to the brand.

Triumph motorcycle store by Alex Feskov, Moscow – Russia

February 7th, 2018

Designing the perfect space would be impossible without collecting region-specific insights into customers’ behaviours and understanding what drives a visit to the brand’s store. Customers visit Triumph stores for many different reasons and the fixtures and layout of the new Triumph store designed specifically around these missions.

Dior store, Berlin – Germany

February 6th, 2018

The store features a monochrome palette, and is dotted with furnishings made from recycled materials by designer Stefan Leo, and pastel-coloured paintings of artist Jan Kaláb adorn the walls.

Bookline pop-up store by 81font Architecture & Design, Budapest – Hungary

February 5th, 2018

The temporary atmosphere of the store is manifested in the dominance of low cost and raw materials and the usage of simple structures, such as pallets and metal shelves fastened by ratchet straps.

Teätora store, Tokyo – Japan

February 5th, 2018

The interior design is an extrapolation from Teätora’s core values, featuring a no-frills aesthetic that’s framed by whitewashed walls and ceiling, and a floor of polished concrete. Furnishings are sparse, comprising mostly of black steel clothing racks and rows of suspended tubular lights that heighten the industrial feel of the space.

Tsutaya Book Apartment, Tokyo – Japan

February 2nd, 2018

Tsutaya has playfully experimented with its retail formats in the past, redefining the bookstore as a social meeting place, and those familiar with the company’s flagship outpost in Tokyo’s leafy Roppongi area – one of the first to feature an in-house Starbucks counter on – know exactly what we mean.

Maximilian Basic store by Bartolini/Lanzi Architects, Merano – Italy

February 2nd, 2018

It is a minimalist and deliberately simple and clear space in which the product is not “killed” by design. The chosen aesthetic of the Maximilian Basic shop is predominantly defined by light colors and simple materials, such as wood, glass, acrylic and black metal.

Café-Office-Shop by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Markdorf – Germany

February 1st, 2018

As the unusual sounding name suggests, the 1500-square metre area consists of three parts: The office for some of the roughly 240 staff members, the shop for designer furniture from Knoblauch’s own production or from well-known brands, and the semi-public café.

Maximilian Luxury store by Bartolini/Lanzi Architects, Merano – Italy

February 1st, 2018

The common language that binds all the project is large use of color, strong and decisive; alternative and modern materials; use of light performed very clearly. Floor are realized with resin, rubber and carpets; walls are covered with very rough blue plaster, wood, acrylic, stainless steel and wallpaper.

Little Stories shoe store by Clap, Valencia – Spain

January 31st, 2018

Inside, whitewashed walls and pale grey flooring act as a neutral backdrop for pops of colour provided by the shop’s fixtures. Lights encased in chunky blue, yellow and red tubes distend from the ceiling, illuminating cylindrical display stands underneath.

Muji store by Super Potato, Shenzhen – China

January 31st, 2018

A variety of shelving, displays and decorations add to the retailer’s lifestyle focus and the unique shopping experience that comes with it. The new Muji flagship store stocks a wide range of goods, including apparel, storage items, cosmetics, furniture and also travel items.

Kloke store by David Goss, Melbourne – Australia

January 30th, 2018

Behind a wooden frame and a floor-to-ceiling glass façade, local architect David Goss created an understated setting which has clearly taken cues from Brutalist Architecture, featuring stuccoed walls and ceiling, molded into single aesthetic entity with incisions and protrusions that make these seem part of the building.

Samsung Shop ECI Callao by Cheil Worldwide / Cheil Germany / MDLab, Madrid – Spain

January 29th, 2018

From consumer electronics products to white goods, the integration of mobile devices and 4D Experience – the combination of the individual products becomes a total experience of the Samsung brand.

Shoestock store by CAST Arquitetura, Sao Paulo – Brazil

January 29th, 2018

Warmer materials such as wood, wallpaper, carpets and fabrics were chosen to characterize a more welcoming environment. For women’s spaces, lighter shades were chosen in different shades of “skin tones” and different textures, and in the men’s “shoes room” the darker shades and use of natural textures such as leather, metal and brick are predominated.

Andersson Bell store by Creative Studio Unravel , Seoul – Korea

January 26th, 2018

The objective was to create an empty meditative-like environment, and this has been achieved by a palette of polished, fabrics and sobre colours. The store is divided into different sections, each presenting part of the Andersson Bell collection in a setting defined by displayed artworks which are a collab of contemporary Korean artists Le Dongil and Cho Gi Seok with fabrics manufacturer Fivecomma.

Yamamay concept store by Piuarch, Milano – Italy

January 26th, 2018

The meeting between Yamamay and Piuarch arises from the desire to bring a fresh look to the glamour of the Italian giant’s lingerie collections; an image that can express the brand’s philosophy – based on the concepts of lightness, softness, brilliance, geometry and symmetry – in a dynamic, innovative retail experience that can be adapted to the more than 1300 stores it has opened in less than twenty years in Italy and abroad.

Madrid Sneaker Haven by Antoni Pallejà Office, Madrid – Spain

January 26th, 2018

The result – a shop with a sophisticated and futuristic look, where cold and rough materials are utilized ingeniously converting them into delicately finished elements. “Because of our background in the world of industrial design, we treat every element of the store as a product, giving the same importance to the whole as to the detail.”

Pink Pelletteria by Effe Arredamenti, Bastia Umbra / Perugia – Italy

January 25th, 2018

The main objective was to make the most of the great quantity of bags and accessories, by inserting the LED light in each single shelf and in each piece of furniture to make the product on sale stand out as much as possible.