Posts Tagged ‘stores’

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.

Taternik mountain shop by BNCH / BANACH ARCHITEKCI, Poznan – Poland

February 20th, 2018

Harsh conditions also entail raw materials. After dismantling the existing suspended ceiling, a raw reinforced concrete ceiling appeared. We decided to leave it in the same condition with all the holes caused by slings, scratched paint and cracks.

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.

Alienware flagship store by Gramco, Chengdu – China

February 19th, 2018

The center of the store is the gaming zone where allows six person teams to battle and experience. We believe that customers can fully understand the products and feel the pleasure of gaming only when they experience the products by themselves.

Engelbert Strauss workwearstore by Plajer & Franz Studio, Oberhausen – Germany

February 18th, 2018

Materials and tools from the customer’s working environment are playfully and cleverly integrated into the design and the product presentation, creating emotional accents and providing references to the various craft professions.

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.

Crest – The Nature Store by Ar. Abhinav Batchu / 4walls Design, Hyderabad – India

February 14th, 2018

The clients have a great understanding of what can be retrieved from mother nature to the best of it’s potential and make a unique stand for the range of products they have – starting from veneers to wooden logs.

Samsung Digital Plaza by Betwin Space Design, Yongin – South Korea

February 14th, 2018

The abundance of space at Samsung Digital Plaza sees a meticulous configuration, featuring a series of demarcated display areas that each showcase a different section of Samsung’s vast home appliances range, and with a backdrop of supersized photos of living spaces and scenes of nature.

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

February 13th, 2018

Yunita Lim Bride & Couture store by Studio Alo, Medan – Indonesia

February 13th, 2018

Open layout and full transparency allows passing by visitors to view inside activity from the outside. Going inside the store, visitors are welcome by gowns placed in a curve partition, which lead to the guest area and a big mirror.

Bean to Bar Chocolatier by Studio Toggle, Kuwait City – Kuwait

February 12th, 2018

The architects devised a simple solution that featured a slender, cellular waffle vault along with the longitudinal axis of the store that morphed into a sleek secondary enclosure. This eliminated the need for a conventional ceiling and created an illusion of a greater expanse. The dimensions of the cells of the vault were based on the modular packaging unit used by the chocolatier.

Alko Töölöntori store by Kuudes, Helsinki – Finland

February 12th, 2018

The goal was to design a one-of-a-kind boutique inspired by the 1930s to honour their most prestigious asset: top-notch customer service. Instead of creating a museum stuck in the past, they wanted to celebrate nostalgia with a retail environment that creates an instant wow factor.

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.

“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.

Triumph motorcycle store by Alex Feskov, Moscow – Russia

February 7th, 2018

Designing the perfect space would be impossible without collecting region-specific insights into customers’ behaviours and understanding what drives a visit to the brand’s store. Customers visit Triumph stores for many different reasons and the fixtures and layout of the new Triumph store designed specifically around these missions.

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.

Bookline pop-up store by 81font Architecture & Design, Budapest – Hungary

February 5th, 2018

The temporary atmosphere of the store is manifested in the dominance of low cost and raw materials and the usage of simple structures, such as pallets and metal shelves fastened by ratchet straps.

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.