Posts Tagged ‘wall units’

Mothercare maternity zone by Global Display, UK

October 21st, 2016

The wave ceiling raft theme continues into the floor perimeter frames, creating a cohesive sculptural aesthetic, both modern and contemporary, yet maintaining a feminine feel in keeping with the primary function of this area of the store.

Magnetika shelves and accessories by Ronda Design

March 23rd, 2015

Magnetika shelves and accessories by Ronda Design

Jack & Jones store by Riis Retail, Copenhagen – Denmark

February 16th, 2015

The leading Danish jeans brand Jack & Jones has opened a store measuring 364m2 on the popular shopping street, Strøget, in the Danish capital, Copenhagen.

Giacinti Pharmacy by Alessia Silvestrelli

July 6th, 2012

The creators followed the latest trends constructing this 150m2 pharmacy without using any built in pillars but a large glass entrance on the side. The modular right wall units dominate the entire inner space harmonizing with the ceiling and the bright pearly marble flooring with precious green onyx inlays.

Lacoste flagship store by Design Republic Partners, New York

March 12th, 2012

The Lacoste flagship‘s prime location on Fifth Avenue meant designers had to create an instant classic. A featured architectural element, the floating, illuminated concrete staircase, offers a 360-degree view.

DJS jewelry by Panorama International

July 26th, 2011

DJS is a new jewellery label launched by Chinese Arts 8. Crafts (HK) Ltd. selling diamond & jade. It is a total branding exercise to offer new retail experience of a jewellery store targeted at middle class customer group in the local competitive market.

Creme de la Creme by Plazma Architects, Vilnius

May 20th, 2011

Influences of nearby Scandinavia are apparent in Crème de la Crème, a fragrance and beauty care boutique that opened late last year in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The boutique is one of about 170 shops and restaurants that occupy the new, award-winning Panorama shopping centre, one of the largest and most expensive shopping malls in the Baltic countries. The store’s physical concept is by the Lithuanian Plazma architects and specifically architect Evelina Talandzeviciene. Light-colour wood, scarce furnishings, simplified lines and subdued edges create a feeling of weightlessness and free-flowing space.