Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

Membershop Outlet store by Incanto Solutions, Vilnius – Lithuania

February 21st, 2018

The biggest challenge was to find solution with ceiling with different height of six meters. That was solved with structural metal construction connected with lightning – that not only created eye catching view in the front of the shop but has formed lower ceiling as well.

10DAYS Shop in shop furniture by Soft Architecture, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

February 20th, 2018

A series of modular furniture is developed to use in small boutiques as well as in department stores. This new line exists of three different furniture pieces and a playful logo block.

Louis Vuitton Masaryk flagship store by Materia, Mexico City – Mexico

February 17th, 2018

Since 2011 Materia has also proposed, designed and developed a new exterior facade identity for stores in Latin America. Our projects include locations like Cancun, Village Mall (Rio de Janeiro), Santiago de Chile, San Juan Puerto Rico, Panama Soho Mall, Monterrey and our most recent project Flagship Masaryk, Polanco in Mexico City.

Principality Stadium store by The Shopper Agency, Cardiff / Wales – UK

February 13th, 2018

ÁERON Pop-up Store by 81font Architecture & Design, Budapest – Hungary

February 10th, 2018

As the store’s huge portal windows provide immense amount of light, the design team emphasized the natural aspect of the place by using only simple wooden structures, rattan furniture and placing a variety of plants in the store.

LOREAK store by Pensando en Blanco™ Studio, San Sebastián – Spain

February 10th, 2018

LOREAK store by Pensando en Blanco™ Studio, San Sebastián – Spain

Queens Flagship Store by Boris Klimek and Lenka Damová, Prague – Czech Republic

February 9th, 2018

The interior is made by famous Czech designers Lenka Damová and Boris Klimek. They created light, spacey, slightly industrial and highly functional venue where the customers feel good. They worked with premium materials only and added some signature pieces: solitaire clothing stands looking like oversized shopping bags and tables in the form of shoe boxes.

V Grass Nanjing Deji Plaza by PMDL Architecture + Design, Nanjing – China

February 9th, 2018

V Grass Nanjing Deji Plaza draws inspiration from the geometric composition of classical architecture and the sharp detailing of contemporary design to create a retail space that is elegant and timeless.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

GIMING Hangzhou Kerry Centre Store by Wolfdesign, Hangzhou – China

January 25th, 2018

GIMING Hangzhou Kerry Centre Store by Wolfdesign, Hangzhou – China

Vintset Experimental Store by Angatu, Espírito Santo – Brazil

January 23rd, 2018

Vintset, not only refers to the local area code (27), but it also is a result from the connection of two other words: ‘vintage’ and ‘set’. In order to exist, an experience needs to be located in time and space. ‘Vintage’ and ‘Set’ allude both these characteristics, respectively.

Woolrich store by Andrea Cané & Wonderwall, Milan – Italy

January 23rd, 2018

The chosen aesthetic of the Woolrich shop is predominantly defined by light colours and simple materials, such as wood, glass and metal. Furnishings comprise of wooden and steel shelves, while the building’s concrete pillars are encased in transparent glass.

Hermès store by Rdai, Hong Kong

January 19th, 2018

The boutique has been given a striking façade that’s inspired by bamboo scaffolding con­struction techniques, comprising of no less than eight kilomtres of copper-coloured anodised aluminium tubes aligned to form a mantle with kinetic effects.

Untitledot store, Seoul – Korea

January 17th, 2018

The retail space was entirely gutted, except for the polished concrete flooring, creating a singular open space that’s flooded by daylight coming through the floor-to-ceiling windows.

American Eagle Studio by Checkland Kindleysides, New York

January 15th, 2018

The AE Studio provides a platform for collaboration where the customer can create their own experiences with the brand, to build authentic connections and the ultimate advocate. This creative space is also home to American Eagle’s social media team, facilitating a direct dialogue between the brand and their customers.