Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Acne Studios boutique, Oslo – Norway

August 17th, 2018

Downstairs the setting is defined by vaulted ceilings, pristine white walls, paneling of shiny stainless steel, and green terrazzo flooring. Furnishings comprise of sleek steel clothing racks and tables, alternated by contrasting, custom-made pieces by London-based designer Max Lamb. The green terrazzo covers a winding staircase, extending across the entire upper floor as well.

Hass & Co Botanics store by Casey O’Callahan & Cal Hassall, Leederville – Australia

August 17th, 2018

The space itself has a minimal design, with a neutral palette from floor to ceiling. This helps the plants stand out, making it easier to choose a suitable plant to suit your interior goals. The furniture has been custom made to suit the space including; a brass-look retail counter paired with a marble counter-top which is nestled alongside a feature green wall and glass back-drop.

Hurley’s store by Ampersand Studio, Grand Harbour – Cayman Islands

August 15th, 2018

Celebrating the lighter side of food and reminding customers that food is such a big part of our lives, from fuel to social gatherings we wanted to ensure Hurley’s voice was throughout the experience connecting with customers. Examples are strategically placed food focused quotes throughout the store, so shoppers may have a humorous moment in the day, reminding them food is an integral part of our lives usually tied to memorable moments.

Selfridges store by Alex Cochrane Architects, London – UK

August 14th, 2018

Walls, pillars and shelving are clad in similar terrazzo, and is offset by white marble flooring. Detailing in walnut wood, rosewood veneer, glass, brass and felt adds a sophisitcated touch to the setting. Lighting comprises of ceiling spotlights, alternated by rows of pendant lamps that balance out the linear character of the setting.

Hangzhou Neobio Family Park by X+Living, Hangzhou – China

August 12th, 2018

I.Ma.Gi.N. Jewels flagship store by DFROST, Antwerp – Belgium

August 12th, 2018

The 33-square-metre store, its design and its materials express the brand values and the DNA of the aspiring jewellery label’s outstanding collections perfectly. It prioritises storytelling with a focus on the three jewellery collections: gold, silver and charms. The metallic colours of the pieces are integrated into the concept to create delicate highlights. Combined with the sophisticated furniture, they draw attention to the fine products on offer.

Céline store, Miami – Florida

August 11th, 2018

The precious stone clads walls, ceiling, specific floor sections, displays, and even the boutique’s façade, offering a subtle yet distinct contrast to the robust concrete pillars, benches and grey carpeting. Interestingly, downstairs ceiling sees pyramid-shaped recesses that protrude upstairs from the floor in a similar shape.

KYOBO Book Center by Design Studio U.LAB, Gyeonggi-do – South Korea

August 10th, 2018

Sheets of paper are piled stratum super stratum on the ceiling of space, and each piece of paper makes leaves of a book by flowing down. Thus, sheets of paper create an object in space. Some papers create a flatbed by falling from the ceiling, other papers escaped from the ceiling partition into other space.

Olive Market by Design Studio U.LAB, Seoul – South Korea

August 9th, 2018

To express our concept, the features of fridge had been blended into the space. Metallic materials from specialized special fridge had been used for walls and all over the space. Grill line on the wall is a role of ventilation for Refrigeration devices as well as an interior design factor.

JEANASIS store by fan Inc., Koriyama – Japan

August 9th, 2018

The facade of black steel, the French herringbone floor, walls with black dyeing finish, the mortar floor and walls with stripes, vintage bricks, all of those materials creates contrasts in the sharp slant lines.

Runner Camp store by Blank, Suzhou – China

August 8th, 2018

The central display islands allow for special functions, including accessories display, seating, and computer workstations. The overall design of the space encourages a wandering circulation and interaction with the products.

Brooks Brothers boutique by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Shanghai – China

August 8th, 2018

Hangers and shelving have moved outward from the walls. Customers are encouraged to peruse between islands of graceful brass lined tables and warm wooden drawers. Elegant grey wooden flooring elates the displays, creating a warm and airy atmosphere where the rich fabrics can speak for themselves.

YIKEJIAN spa by YUDesigns, Shenzhen – China

August 7th, 2018

Unicorn store by Hejidesign, Shenzhen – China

August 7th, 2018

All four walls of the rectangular space are covered in a white matte, semi-transparent finish, with lights tucked away in spaces at the top and bottom of the walls. Walking inside the space is akin to stepping into an igloo, and offers a welcome respite from the Shenzhen summer heat. A reverse image of the space is reflected in the white, glass organic sculpture that occupies the center of the room.

Anastasia Beverley Hills stores by Sheridan&Co, London, Manchester – UK

August 7th, 2018

Using a colour palette comprising ivory, rose gold and accents of matte black, the revised overall effect is still identifiably Anastasia in look and feel. The branding is executed in brushed rose gold with its elaborate brand mark embedded at the ends of each ivory coloured consultation counter.

England Rugby Store by The Shopper Agency, London – UK

August 4th, 2018

The resulting design was a visual celebration of the RFU and England Rugby using light and colour to hero the St George’s cross and the famous white England Jersey. The store has a dramatic circular entrance, that opens into bright and contemporary space. The new store also incorporates the stadium tour base and entrance to the stadium museum creating the perfect centre point for the full stadium experience.

Shine Moda Flagship Store by Atelier tao+c, Shanghai – China

August 2nd, 2018

Walked from entrance into the portico, two half vaults extend from the ceiling to the wall, one in solid to provide a backstage of sitting area, one in translucent glass to filter the sunlight and bring the outdoor inside. The portico connected to a Brasilia main hall in rigorous symmetrical layout with modular walls and ceiling panels. The wedding showcase hidden in the sheet-like array, forming a gentle but not heavy rituality.

Gallery M MISSHA flagship store by Betwin Space Design, Seoul – South Korea

August 2nd, 2018

On the second floor, containing collaboration with various artists every week and every month to show new contents, there are fresh juicy zone to hold the style for the Millennial Generation, the one-of-kind imprinter service, artist collaboration zone, lecture halls by famous beauty artists, and other various spaces.

Zhongshu Bookstore by Wutopia Lab, Xi’an – China

August 1st, 2018

We built a pillarless white curvy staircase, highlighted by a spiral white panel, surrounded by custom-made white acrylic walls. Readers coming from their everyday life, heading up the stairs step by step, and are encouraged by the spirit of knowledge and curiosity displayed through the books around them to enter the bookstore over the clouds.

Schüco Offices and Showroom by Thirdway Interiors, London – UK

August 1st, 2018

The monochrome colour pallet was purposely selected as a simple backdrop on which to showcase Schüco’s own products. The space is elegant and sleek in style, with contemporary lines softened by the use of texture and organic materials.