Posts Tagged ‘boutique’

RTA Melrose boutique by Dan Brunn Architects, Los Angeles – California

June 22nd, 2017

Customers can relax on the semi-circular shaped bench below the tree and look up through the skylight, which offers glimpses of palm trees outside from some angles. “An interior garden contributes calm and brings a mannered sense of nature into the scene,” said the studio. “The tree is planted under a skylight that mirrors the turf/bench circle and filters sunshine into the space.”

Alsion Lou Spring window by SPACE NY, New York City

June 19th, 2017

The honeycomb background serves as the oversized bees hive, the brass chains installed in the honeycomb pattern have resin dripping from them giving the appearance of dripping honey. The three bees are hand sculpted, and each have Alison Lou stackable rings on their forward-facing leg.

Lady N fashion boutique by Sio – Concepts, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

June 19th, 2017

Our solution to create a deeper space for this 82 square meters project and its special pole structure is choosing denim blue as the main tone for fitting area at the end and metallic gold to highlights cashier counter, logo and custom-design objects. Finally, the play of 3D wall behind the counter and the entire look in front will impress the customer from the first sight.

Jacob Cohen Boutique by Area-17, Tokyo – Japan

June 9th, 2017

The exterior design of Ginza Six draws inspiration from traditional Japanese noren curtains, while the interiors are meant to offer a rich cultural experience through a mix of Japanese contemporary art and scenes of nature. Cohën’s boutique, designed by Area-17, provides a minimalistic environment of classical elegance, where furniture and refined details enhance the display of the iconic luxury denim.

OKIO eyewear boutique by Taller KEN, Guatemala City – Guatemala

June 2nd, 2017

A large circular “oculus” skylight serves to light to the interior complemented by spotlights focused on the merchandise. A custom display bar and cashier stands underneath the skylight at the center of the space.

Firesq jewellery boutique by Glamshops, Bucharest – Romania

May 31st, 2017

The purple color inside Firesq store is a brand identity and we chose to highlight this color creating a contrast with some stone wall coverings on the side and floor.

Starch boutique by Burau, Beirut – Lebanon

May 29th, 2017

Comprising of a simple construction of five steel bars, x-shaped at either end and connected horizontally, this specific object has been abundantly duplicated to construct an installation, entitled unbounded, that fully transposes its original purpose. No less than 91 steel modules have been pre-assembled and allow endless configurations.

Theo&Co. boutique store by KOGAA studio, Brno – Czech Republic

May 19th, 2017

The new store features a wooden podium that acts as a connecting element between two existing areas: the selling space and the backstage. The first visible function of the wooden platform is that of a display surface, extending to the wall as one area for displaying the items on sale.

MM6 store, Tokyo – Japan

May 10th, 2017

The MM6 boutique is situated across the atrium vault in a smaller unit, and is marked by a glass façade with a backdrop of silver brush strokes.

Caramel boutique by centdegrés, Kiev – Ukraine

April 28th, 2017

Flowers, stripes, checks, uni-shade and Scottish gingham: each new collection presents dashing and mischievous pieces in every color and shape.

Surrender boutique by Asylum, Singapore

April 7th, 2017

The store’s aesthetic is inspired by Richard Serra’s minimalist metallic sculptures, and conjures images of papyrus scrolls using metal panels in a hard, cold palette.

Liedow store by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Shenzhen – China

April 5th, 2017

Curves dominate the store, from a curled feature wall behind the cashier’s desk, effectively lit from behind, to fitting rooms which are enveloped in the round by layered, curvy walls that reference the overlapping petals of a flower bud, again highlighted by slithers of light from beneath.

Hermès store relocation by Rdai, London – UK

March 29th, 2017

Amidst the current retail frenzy, the house of Hermès has also raised its profile, relocating its boutique in the swanky neighbourhood of Belgravia a few blocks down the road to premises almost double the size. It’s set across two floors of a listed 1950s building, and the interior design by Paris-based architecture practice Rdai is predictably lavish and elegant.

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Milan – Italy

March 28th, 2017

Being a historic, listed building, much of the interior had to be retained, and the Yoshioka’s challenge was to find a way to fuse the structure’s original elements with the modern retail design aesthetic of Issey Miyake, and if you ask us, the result is quite brilliant. The walls have been stuccoed to perfection, and dipped in a timeless off-white hue, offering a beautiful contrast with the original vaulted ceilings and the newly-laid stone floors.

Wonder Room boutique by Nendo, Bangkok – Thailand

March 6th, 2017

Now enlarged to a sizeable 200 sqm. [2,153 sq.ft.], the Wonder Room flaunts a graphic palette of bold multi-coloured stripes as a backdrop of studio prerequisites such as a canvas frame, easel and photo frame.

Vanessa Seward boutique by Laurent Deroo, London – UK

February 27th, 2017

Prussian blue, pretty much the brand’s signature colour, adorns the façade, but also extends well into the shop, anchoring a palette of lacquered timber, mirrors, marbled flooring and displays, and warm brass accents.

ENDPIECE boutique by wallga + WGNB, Seoul – Korea

February 23rd, 2017

A feature wall made of seeming knitted thick teal wiring climbs the back wall and becomes a focus within the store. The collection of glasses are displayed throughout in the backlit shelves, tables or encased in the glass counters.

Jacob Cohen Boutique by Area-17, Osaka – Japan

February 9th, 2017


The famous Italian luxury brand is doubly linked to Japan. First, the precious denim Kurabo of which Cohen’s jeans are made comes from Japan. Secondly, the most fundamental among the brand’s values are deeply rooted in the Japanese culture too: simplicity, high quality, and greatest attention to detail.

Elīna Dobele boutique by Marcis Sakausks, Riga – Latvia

February 7th, 2017

Designer Marcis Sakausks: “It was essential that interior reflects authenticity, beliefs of slow fashion Elīna Dobele along with other brands represent in her store. Using clear, clean materials like black metal and pure shoe boxes while comunicating honesty to customer.”

Bvlgari boutique, Prague – Czech Republic

January 30th, 2017

The boutique showcases Bvlgari timeless collections and has the VIP area, which allows clients to enjoy the rarest pieces in total privacy.