Archive for the ‘shoes’ category

Capodarte store by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo – Brazil

January 16th, 2018

Capodarte store by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo – Brazil

DOE Store by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio, Shanghai – China

January 9th, 2018

Based on the Street Culture branding of DOE, the design of the store introduces the concept of street and city. As the store opens up to the street, bringing in urban landscape, the boundary between inside and outside is dissolved.

Catcher store, Moscow – Russia

January 9th, 2018

The boutique, called Catcher, is an initiative by Lidiya Aleksandrova, a fashion professional with a lengthy track record in the luxury business, and pretty much reflects here expertise as a buyer and store manager.

5Essence store by Beformstudio, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

December 26th, 2017

At first sight the interior looks completely contemporary, but as you travel within the space of this shop it is possible to see many subtle details of vintage style which blends harmoniously with modern design.

Rapport store by FRDC, Vijaywada – India

December 20th, 2017

Catering needs of its target customers the store knits stories around collections and hence the ‘Stories’. Stories through curated merchandise or VM.

Andrew Shoes Store by Mendekor, Tangerang – Indonesia

December 13th, 2017

Adopting modern contemporary style, this design is also used as the interior branding for all Andrew boutiques and outlets all around Indonesia. This fresh concept enhances and strengthen the branding quality and to remain relevant to the market.

Saks Fifth Avenue store, Connecticut

December 8th, 2017

The team was inspired by the opportunity to transform the traditional department store into elevated specialty stores with a residential feel. All three stores fit into the local lifestyle by providing a neighborhood destination for shopping moments spent with friends and family.

Guardiani Store by Ossigeno at Akasya Mall, Istanbul – Turkey

December 4th, 2017

Demarcating the brand peculiarity, the feeling inside the new Guardiani’s store will be the feeling of being inside an elegant and cosy space that underline various aspect, apparently opposite, DICHOTOMIC: elegant BUT casual, relaxed BUT glamour, modern BUT traditional, artisanal BUT experimental, functional BUT luxury, dynamic BUT trendy.

Dior flagship store by Peter Marino, Chicago – Illinois

November 24th, 2017

The setting on both floors is largely defined by a modern, clean aesthetic, captured by pristine white walls, timber flooring, cabinets and displays with glass tops, sleek chrome shelving and clothing racks. On the ground floor, Dior’s signature handbags are displayed, in addition to an assortment of small leather goods and accessories.

Reconstruction of Printemps Haussmann by UUfie, Paris – France

November 21st, 2017

The reconstruction introduces a stunning new atrium inspired by the luminous blossoms of spring as well as the Art-Nouveau dome and façade, which are registered historic monuments.

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.

Faye by Lodenfrey by Umdasch Shopfitting, Bad Ischl – Austria

November 13th, 2017

A unique shoe presentation has been created across 240 m² where once the aristocratic elite stayed – artists and scientists from Emperor Franz Joseph to Arthur Schnitzler and Romy Schneider. It not only preserves the tradition of both establishments, but also translates it into the modern age at the same time.

New-look visual merchandising system for Regatta by Leach, Huddersfield / Manchester – UK

November 10th, 2017

At only 65mm thick, the streamlined wall-mounted system integrates eye-catching graphics with ultra-bright LED illumination and slick magnetic shelving, for maximum impact as soon as a customer arrives.

Lockerroom store by Joshua Florquin Architecture

November 9th, 2017

The design is characterized by sober minimal lines and a dynamic brass ceiling that unifies the space. Niches and volumes generate a dynamic circulation and give the possibility to display each shoe as a unique object.

Flagship and global identity for CCC by Dalziel & Pow, Lubin – Poland

October 18th, 2017

The new concept in Lubin, Poland is a 1,000 sqm statement store that helps customers browse an abundance of styles in an easy-to-shop mode. It offers ‘Style Made Simple’; a convenient showcase that highlights CCC sub-brands and tells the company’s story with confidence.

Pedder on Scotts Shop Display by Mes Workshop, Scotts Square – Singapore

October 17th, 2017

For the Fall/Winter 2017 display, Pedder on Scotts went for a bold and playful arcade theme. There are several dazzling pieces throughout the retail area, including a rotating Ferris Wheel, red arrow signage, cyber-looking LED light shoe shelf, thunder platform and a functional retro arcade game station.

Louis Vuitton Maison store by Peter Marino, Paris – France

October 10th, 2017

Being a Louis Vuitton Maison, the brand obviously has pulled out all the stops to turn any shop visit into a highly memorable one, instigating such an experience also through an infusion of art. The luxury house commissioned no less than 21 artworks by a number of leading contemporary artists from around the planet.

Lifestyle Store of the Future by Greater Group, Tokyo – Japan

October 8th, 2017

The strong contrast of wooden walls against the sharp concrete flooring represents raw performance. Innovation is also drawn by the mobility of the wooden podiums, which enable smooth transformation from a daily retail store to an event or product launch space, by simply inserting the floor fixtures (product display blocks) into the walls.

Perky store by That Design Company, City Bell- Argentina

October 5th, 2017

The main idea was to link the soul of the brand with the identity of the store, adapted to the Argentine public in a mall with several other stores.

Sneakerboy store by March Studio, Melbourne – Australia

October 3rd, 2017

Shoppers enter the premises through a tunnel – a signature architectural feature of the retailer’s showrooms – and once inside, a voluminous space unfolds, captured in an industrial palette of concrete, steel and glass.