Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Aesop store by Torafu Architects, Seoul – South Korea

November 10th, 2016

The focal point of the space is a centrally positioned stainless steel counter, also painted in a blue shade, and which functions as point-of-sale and is fitted with two demonstration sinks. Suspended above, and fixed with lamps, an architectonic network of interconnected pipes delivers water to the sinks. The new Aesop boutique carries the brand’s full range of skin, body, and hair care products.

Les Hommes flagship store by Piuarch, Antwerp – Belgium

November 9th, 2016

Les Hommes it’s a sophisticated menswear fashion brand that distinguish itself for the quality of concepts, materials research- often contrasting rich and poor materials- the attention to details.

My vape store by dDESIGN, Athens – Greece

November 9th, 2016

Penny Eleftheriou and Dimitra Papafilippou of dDesign interior architecture practice designed the pilot store using simple lines and clear construction methods. The design concept is based on the creation of an element that has indirect references to the assembly and the materiality of an electronic cigarette.

Sams Barbers by Terry Design, Belfast – Northern Ireland

November 8th, 2016

The design, inspired by the classic gentleman’s club uses a palette of aged timber, ribbed glass, antiqued mirror and marble. With the biggest and best selection of barbers and hair products in Ireland, it was important to create a retail environment that reflected this.

Everything But Water store by MNA, Santa Monica – California

November 8th, 2016

This store evokes a casual feel through the use of natural materials and minimally detailed fixtures which provide an intimate setting for the retailer’s offering of swimwear, resort wear and accessories.

Wrangler store by UXUS, Bangkok – Thailand

November 7th, 2016

UXUS and the Wrangler Project Team, were tasked with a challenge: how do you take an iconic American brand with an original cowboy heritage and translate this authenticity to the Asia Pacific tastes in a premium and accessible way?

Dior store by Peter Marino, Barcelona – Spain

November 7th, 2016

The palette combines greys, silver, metallic, and last but not least, plenty of mirrors, captured by a variety of materials and textures.

Fly me to the moon by MADA, Bangkok – Thailand

November 6th, 2016

MADA received briefing and requiring from owner that everyone who joins in this studio will be like an actor or an actress. Thus, we came up with the concept as “Lighten Up” this mean that the show is on stage!

The Nines store by Alcmea Architectes, Paris – France

November 5th, 2016

The electrical orange nuances on the sides of the furnishing and a selection of shelves and stickers all contribute to the unique sense of elegance and modernity. Lastly, the decorations comprising of LED letters and an origami trophy, establish the store in the world of fashion and product presentation.

Soph. store by Nobuo Araki, Tokyo – Japan

November 4th, 2016

It occupies a spacious 116 sqm. unit on the fourth floor, and features a minimalist setting, featuring flooring and walls clad in lacquered timber, and matching shelving and cabinets. Apparel pieces are showcased on suspended steel clothing racks that optically lend the space an additional airy feel.

Raschini boutique by SL project, Monte Carlo – Monaco

November 3rd, 2016

Massive elements of cherry veneer, corporate colors of the Italian fashion House, like the prows of yachts in the Monaco harbour, creating the interior architecture.

RRL Omotesando store by MNA, Tokyo – Japan

November 3rd, 2016

Brick corbels and projected soldier coursing adds a level of detail that elevates the industrial chic design.

Lucky Brand store by MNA, Santa Monica – California

November 3rd, 2016

The gloss beadboard ceilings and painted wood and marble cashwrap give a nod to the brand’s mercantile past while modern fixtures of natural oak, zinc, and antiqued brass sit on cerused white oak floors throughout the space.

Miele Hair Spa by Offset Design Studio, Nicosia – Cyprus

November 2nd, 2016

Miele Hair Spa by Offset Design Studio, Nicosia – Cyprus

Cofta hair salon by iks design, Nagoya – Japan

November 2nd, 2016

We produced furniture and finished interior by using wood materials normally used for substrate of furniture and interior finish for reducing the cost. Paint finish with rough texture is applied, so that it “weathers nicely as a taste” along with the time, rather than just becoming “old” after the completion.

Jigsaw St James’s Market store by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

November 2nd, 2016

Fitting the store’s affluent positioning, there will be a high level of service. This includes a large glass wrapped cash desk that accentuates the terrazzo within, complemented by a grand iridescent backdrop that connects the two floors.

Vivienne Westwood flagship store by Fortebis Group, Paris – France

November 1st, 2016

Using a mix of sustainable and natural materials, the furniture is inspired by the industrial raw simplicity and the iconic elements of Westwood world which integration creates a friendly space where to accommodate the cutting edge creations of the brand.

Gentle Monster flagship store, Shanghai – China

October 31st, 2016

Surrounded by boutiques of international high-end brands, the Gentle Monster outpost sits in a category of its own, flaunting a bold interior design that’s an intentional attack on your senses – obviously, in a good way.

Aesop store by einszu33, Munich – Germany

October 30th, 2016

Local design studio einszu33 soberly mixed materials and untamed textures to generate a simultaneous feeling of balance and tension: a rough concrete ceiling and screed floor find their counterpoint in polished, pale surfaces, brass floor inlays and fixtures, upholstered wooden cabinets and a textile wall in a blushing hue.

Fresh Lifestyle – Aveda Lifestyle Salon by Reis Design, London – UK

October 29th, 2016

The design incorporates an eclectic mix of tactile materials including a reclaimed indian hand carved arch, rusted corten steel panels, concrete wall finishes, vintage brass mesh detailing and the iconic 4 metre long tree-trunk feature table made from a single sheet of sustainably sourced English chestnut to create a sophisticated, understated Eco-Luxe style.