Posts Tagged ‘bags’

Chanel boutique by Peter Marino, Amsterdam – Netherlands

March 12th, 2018

The lofty and light-filled ground floor presents Chanel’s highly coveted seasonal handbags, small leather goods, costume jewellery, scarves and glasses, as well as a selection of watches and jewellery pieces. At its core, a large concrete podium is situated, displaying a selection of ready-to-wear ensembles.

ISCOV pop-up store by GLADC studio, Chengdu – China

March 2nd, 2018

Three main selected pastel colours connect audience in a style of famine and modern chic. Unusual forms and shapes in fixtures manifested brand’s playful identity, from irregular colour perplex panels at entrance, to extruded polka dots metal hangers inside the experimental zone.

“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.

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.

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.

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.

Qwstion store, Copenhagen – Denmark

January 22nd, 2018

Designed by the company’s creative director Christian Kaegi and his team, the 60 sqm. ground floor space features a striking diagonal wall at its centre that bears the classic Qwstion wall display and demarcates the room at the same time. The setting is framed by bare concrete flooring and a whitewashed ceiling and walls.

Capodarte store by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo – Brazil

January 16th, 2018

Capodarte store by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo – Brazil

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.

Nic’s Planet by Mur Mur Lab, Jiangsu Sheng – China

January 8th, 2018

The circle is the motif we found, which is both extended and centripetal, complete but flexible enough. The circular combination is compatible with the tortuous boundaries of the site, and providing a strong subjective geometric order.

Mão Esquerda Vintage Store by Gustavo Guimarães, Porto – Portugal

December 30th, 2017

This new project occupies the intimate 19-square-metre ground floor of a historic old building located in the centre of Porto. Space has been refurbished in a way that combines both the raw, traditional vibe of Porto city and a contemporary minimal esthetic.

Qwstion store, Zurich – Switzerland

December 22nd, 2017

First and foremost, there’s a bag all featuring a selection of Qwstion’s coveted bag models, in addition to displays, a seating arrangement, and let’s not forget the projections of photographs of stone constructions that cleverly add a sense of craftsmanship to the austere setting.

Hand iin made with craftsmanship by iks design, Taichung City – Taiwan

December 15th, 2017

The shop did not have an excessively eccentric design. With an interior design providing a warm and soft impression, such as brick-style tiles, oak shelves, and white coated countertops, any products can fit into the shop.

Chanel store renewal by Peter Marino, Tokyo – Japan

December 2nd, 2017

The revamp, supervised by New York City-based architect Peter Marino, took almost three years, and has not only resulted in new interiors, but has also given the nine-storey building a striking new façade.

Aluminium Backpack from Solid Gray

October 23rd, 2017

Solid Gray’s light, strong and durable hardshell is made from a cleverly folded, hi-tech polymer sheet using a minimal amount of material. Solid Gray is designed with a simple goal in mind: to protect the valuable items you carry with you, day in day out.

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.

Dam bags and Stuff store by Red5 Studio, Hochiminh City – VietNam

September 5th, 2017

Dam bags and Stuff store by Red5 Studio, Hochiminh City – VietNam

MYNT store by DearDesign, Barcelona – Spain

July 16th, 2017

DearDesign has designed a very bright and open store, with a structure that, despite its rigid and orthogonal look, solves flexibly of the product display. The design of the store is based on a three-dimensional grid inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, which creates a variable rhythm in a permeable volume, ordering the space by generating niches to exhibit the product along its perimeter.

Regal Shoes store by NUDES, Mumbai – India

July 2nd, 2017

The top surface of the cube is diagonally split to create backlit triangular apertures that transform in surface area. The level of the cube drives the area of the triangular aperture. Higher the level of the cube, larger is the surface area of the back-lit triangular aperture.

DJ City Breda Popup store by studiomfd, Breda – Netherlands

June 25th, 2017

Studio MFD created the unique Breda DJ Pop Up Store to celebrate the worldwide success of these local DJs. Selling exclusive merchandise, books, music and bags, the environment imitated a dance festival atmosphere to entice crowds, extend dwell time and increase sales.