Posts Tagged ‘de bijenkorf’

Hermès shop-in-shop by RDAI, Amsterdam – Netherlands

September 16th, 2016

Situated in the heart of town smack on Dam square, the ground floor obviously is its main showcase. Infused with slabs of white marble, it’s here where a select number of luxury brands have been granted a shop-in-shop, and not surprisingly, Hermès made the cut.

de Bijenkorf flagship store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 28th, 2016

De Bijenkorf’s transformation has been in full swing during the past few years and it’s now reaching its final stage with the reopening a refurbished ground floor, obviously the most prestigious section of the premises, and now awash with swathes of white marble and sleek furnishings and displays.

Filling Pieces Instore Presentation by Flip Ziedses Des Plantes at De Bijenkorf Store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 14th, 2015



Filling Pieces footwear asked the Dutch designerFlip Ziedses Des Plantes to design an exclusive instore presentation system for their shoe collection.

Hermés windows at De Bijenkorf by Bonsoir Paris, Amsterdam

January 19th, 2015

Hermés windows at De Bijenkorf by Bonsoir Paris, Amsterdam

De Bijenkorf windows by Studio XAG, Amsterdam – Netherlands

June 28th, 2014

Our latest windows for De Bijenkorf use industrial structures and bright white strip lights to contrast backstage scenes and create the perfect monochromatic setting for shoppers to watch the city’s streets become the real runways and get tips on how to mix up their street fashion favourites with cool catwalk styles for the new season.

De Bijenkorf windows by Studio XAG, Netherlands

February 11th, 2014

Mirror is replaced with graphic prints, elongated triangular prisms become the structure for tipis and wooden elements add layers, transforming these windows into a journey through nomadic lands where product poses as living essentials.

De Bijenkorf Holiday Windows by UXUS, Amsterdam – Netherlands

January 9th, 2014

Inspired by paper toy theatres of the Victorian era, the windows are designed as multilayered stage sets of 2D and 3D elements that showcase De Bijenkorf’s holiday collection. Each window vignette expresses an enchanted product scene to inspire customers to find their perfect holiday gift. The window campaign will be fully unveiled on December 6th, 2013.

De Bijenkorf Eye On Fashion windows by StudioXAG, Netherlands

September 4th, 2013

Taking inspiration from kaleidoscopic patterns and the renowned Rue Cambon staircase, StudioXAG designed a series of window displays for Dutch department store De Bijenkorf. The displays feature a range of three dimensional mirror structures in geometric shapes which reflect new season garments worn by mannequins and kaleidoscopic imagery.

Bever shop in shop at de Bijenkorf by Hello hero & Con’fetti, Netherlands

June 27th, 2013

Bever shop in shop at de Bijenkorf by Hello hero & Confetti, Amsterdam, Rotterdam

De Bijenkorf x Rijksmuseum windows by StudioXAG, Netherlands

May 24th, 2013

Boom! To celebrate Rijksmuseum’s grand opening after 10 years of renovation, dutch department store De Bijenkorf invited us to design a series of windows for their ‘Inspiration’ scheme, to be installed in all 12 of their stores across the Netherlands.

de Bijenkorf windows 2013, Amsterdam

May 11th, 2013

These windows are made out of real flowers and have been created in collaboration with Mark Colle, florist from Antwerp.

De Bijenkorf windows, Amsterdam

September 3rd, 2012

De Bijenkorf windows, Amsterdam

Hermès Bijenkorf window displays by Studio Kiki van Eijk, Amsterdam

March 23rd, 2012

Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk has realized five fantastical window displays at Amsterdam’s luxurious de Bijenkorf department store. An Alice and Wonderland theme is evident in the visualization, though Van Eijk’s primary inspiration came from the idea of ‘the gift of time’ (Hermès’ theme for 2012).

De Bijenkorf windows by Con’fetti, Holland

February 1st, 2012

De Bijenkorf windows by Con’fetti, Holland