R&G High Street store by Pennant & Triumph, Auckland – New Zealand

March 15th, 2012 by retail design blog

R&G respects the past and this extends to the building the clothing collection is housed in. 21 High St played host to a popular bar for many years and the site has a relaxed vibe well suited to chilling out and relaxing. Roughcast brick walls, exposed beams and raw wooden floorboards make up the physical structure of the new R&G store.

Add a pool table, comfortable leather chairs and a counter that doubles as a bar and you get the real essence of the brand coming to life – authentic, masculine, understated style. The aim of the designers ‘Pennant and Triumph’ was to capture the spirit of the bar and building whilst incorporating a retail selling space that was at one with its environs. It’s the real deal and is what it is, nothing more, nothing less.

Designed by Pennant & Triumph




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