Posts Tagged ‘changing rooms’

Giada fashion boutique by Claudio Silvestrin, Milan – Italy

September 22nd, 2013

Claudio Silvestrin combined natural materials including leather and different types of stone to give the interior of the Giada store in Milan’s Montenapoleone fashion district a luxurious feel.

Joseph shop at Avenue Montaigne by Raed Abillama Architects, Paris

August 27th, 2013

Once inside, the U shaped skylight could not be neglected and became also part of the design process. Metallic frames, 3,2 meters high, used as hangers, are suspended in the area, elevating the upper limit and giving a three dimensional impression into the space. Those frames can slide and turn all along the skylight and give so, the flexibility to design the space as desired.

Paul Smith women’s store, Paris

December 25th, 2012

The interior features antique furniture and fittings are matched with white terrazzo flooring and bronze detailing.

Durasafe flagship store by Ministry of Design, Singapore

October 26th, 2012

Extending its reach beyond the “business to business” model to include a consumer based store, Durasafe approached MOD to create a retail environment that would reinforce its existing strong brand presence as well as provide an exciting shopping environment for its predominantly male customer base.

Fred Perry store by BuckleyGrayYeoman, London

July 13th, 2012

BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed the design of Fred Perry’s new store in the Westfield Stratford City shopping centre, London, creating a retail space that merges contemporary design with the fashion brand’s rich 60-year heritage.

Vanessa exclusiv shop by Heikaus, Bad Zwischenahn – Germany

May 21st, 2012

By redesigning Vanessa exclusiv shop its round floor plan of was a special challenge for HEIKAUS. By ably using framed sideboards and wooden shelf boards coloured high-glossed white and added by pearlescent steel pipes for collection presentation, a uniform and constant look appears.

Puma store by Plajer & Franz Studio, London

April 26th, 2012

Re-designed Puma store back on London’s Carnaby street! After a complete makeover by Plajer & Franz Studio and under the direction of Ales Kernjak (head of global store concepts, Puma Retail ag) the Puma store on London’s Carnaby street re-opened on March 20th.

Cerruti boutique by Christian Biecherme, Paris

January 18th, 2012

At the corner of rue Royale and place de la Madeleine, stands the exclusive Cerruti boutique, an historic address selected by the founder in 1967 that has been totally renovated. The space of 350 m2, created by Christian Biecherme, incorporates cosmopolitan architecture and sets the codes of the italian house: a reserved sense of luxury, that keeps with the new epoch.

Hugo Boss Orange concept store, Shanghai

June 26th, 2011

Instore graphics for the Hugo Boss Orange Concept Store Shanghai. Themed under “Good old Germany…”, an over 19.68 feet high fantasy tree was illustrated and screen printed. Wooden carvings and golden motives decorate the changing rooms. A traditional rubber stamp set consisting of 10 German sing and forest birds in life-size has also been produced to cover walls and furniture by hand.

Puma Store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Paris

June 20th, 2011

Located in the main walking direction between the famous forum des Halles and the Centre Pompidou, the Puma flagship store on Boulevard de Sébastopol reopened after a complete redesign in april 2011.

G-Star by 93ft

June 13th, 2011

Having already worked on two stores with G-Star, we were asked to produce their new store in Sheffield’s city centre. Our role was to work closely with G-Star’s in house architecture team to ensure that all design elements were carried out as intended.

Bridal Magic by Process5 Design, Himeji

May 19th, 2011

Process5 Design of Osaka have completed the interior of this bridal shop in Himeji, Japan. Called Bridal Magic, the store has changing rooms in the middle surrounded by mirrored panels. Picture frames dotted over the mirrored surface either showcase accessories or reflect the rails of dresses arranged round the shop’s outer edge.