Posts Tagged ‘stores’

Madrid Sneaker Haven by Antoni Pallejà Office, Madrid – Spain

January 26th, 2018

The result – a shop with a sophisticated and futuristic look, where cold and rough materials are utilized ingeniously converting them into delicately finished elements. “Because of our background in the world of industrial design, we treat every element of the store as a product, giving the same importance to the whole as to the detail.”

GIMING Hangzhou Kerry Centre Store by Wolfdesign, Hangzhou – China

January 25th, 2018

GIMING Hangzhou Kerry Centre Store by Wolfdesign, Hangzhou – China

Vintset Experimental Store by Angatu, Espírito Santo – Brazil

January 23rd, 2018

Vintset, not only refers to the local area code (27), but it also is a result from the connection of two other words: ‘vintage’ and ‘set’. In order to exist, an experience needs to be located in time and space. ‘Vintage’ and ‘Set’ allude both these characteristics, respectively.

Woolrich store by Andrea Cané & Wonderwall, Milan – Italy

January 23rd, 2018

The chosen aesthetic of the Woolrich shop is predominantly defined by light colours and simple materials, such as wood, glass and metal. Furnishings comprise of wooden and steel shelves, while the building’s concrete pillars are encased in transparent glass.

Butchers Cut by Yoav Dariel, Netanya – Israel

January 22nd, 2018

We used materials’ schemes that combined dark metal with a light touch of oak veneer, carefully placed professional lighting and strong branding communication, all in top-level quality workmanship. Additional materials chosen were simple and durable, such as white ceramic tiles, vinyl flooring and stainless steel.

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.

Makro Riversands store by TDC&Co, Johannesburg – South Africa

January 20th, 2018

A comination of Birch plywood and expanded steel mesh was used. Design elements from the corporate identity, like the bold colours and angled lines, were incorporated as key features in the fixture set to carry the brand personality through the design.

Vavas eyewear store by Niiiz Design Lab, Nonhyeon-dong / Gangnam District – Seoul

January 20th, 2018

The unfinished concrete of the high ceiling sharpens the focus on the glossy and textured surfaces below, while the display object in the centre of the space commands attention with its visual contradictions. Strategically set at the top of the eye-catching terrazzo staircase, the display object appears solid and heavy even while partially floating above the surface of the floor.

Hermès store by Rdai, Hong Kong

January 19th, 2018

The boutique has been given a striking façade that’s inspired by bamboo scaffolding con­struction techniques, comprising of no less than eight kilomtres of copper-coloured anodised aluminium tubes aligned to form a mantle with kinetic effects.

Untitledot store, Seoul – Korea

January 17th, 2018

The retail space was entirely gutted, except for the polished concrete flooring, creating a singular open space that’s flooded by daylight coming through the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Capodarte store by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo – Brazil

January 16th, 2018

Capodarte store by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo – Brazil

Independent Goods by Best Practice Architecture, Sun Valley – Idaho

January 16th, 2018

All furniture is mobile and reconfigurable, facilitating change from retail to small event space. The shop is situated in an existing retail strip along the main retail street in the resort town of Ketchum (part of Sun Valley area).

My Dream Wedding Boutique by Nong Studio, Shanghai – China

January 15th, 2018

We prepared a “secret garden” for young girls to make the wedding gown shop become the place where young girls’ dreams are hidden. In order to create the conception of unexpectedly entering a time and space, we use materials to invert the interior and exterior spaces.

Flagship Store – H. J. Hansen Vin by Norbec, Copenhagen – Denmark

January 12th, 2018

Bottles from all over the world, now stands side by side – framed in solid materials such as Oak, Brass and Marble. There is a minimalistic approach to the Interior and an atmosphere which urges you to immerse yourself in this universe of tasteful wine and exclusive champagne.

Nous store by Atelier HA, Paris – France

January 11th, 2018

The interior design, created by local practice Atelier Ha, is understated and makes clever use of the store’s concrete shell by exposing the entire back wall. A whitewashed ceiling, adorned by diagonally placed sleek light fixtures, and flooring of polished concrete frame the sparsely furnished setting.

Eye-D store by Ofist, Istanbul – Turkey

January 10th, 2018

This is a place where you not only shop, but involve in other experiences, being aware of your surrounding and valuing it. Eye-d is not just designed to be an optical shop. No business is just the business itself anymore. Everything is social.

DOE Store by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio, Shanghai – China

January 9th, 2018

Based on the Street Culture branding of DOE, the design of the store introduces the concept of street and city. As the store opens up to the street, bringing in urban landscape, the boundary between inside and outside is dissolved.

Via Monte Men Fashion Store by FRDC, Bangalore – India

January 9th, 2018

With customers becoming more confident and wanting to explore the market, the idea was to challenge the traditional way of selling and to create a gallery-kind of modern retailing space. This was the key driver for the design objective for the brand.

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.

Ardene’s Game-Changing Store by Dalziel&Pow, Saint-Jérôme – Quebec

January 9th, 2018

Through a refreshed personality, vibrant tone of voice and unashamedly fun visual language, this latest evolution of the brand captures a sense effervescence. The retailer has truly embraced what it means to be young, confident and full of life today.