Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Brugge La Chocolatier by Four Dimensions, Pune – India

June 27th, 2016

Bird cages, wall mounted chairs, a bicycle, baskets, and glass bowl like decorative lighting and a kids’ toy streetscape and a chocolate bar like ceiling add the brand proprietary emotive touch to the store environment. Messaging across the store help add emotive and meaningful conversations in the environment.

Serge DeNimes Pop-up Store 2016 by SFD, London – UK

June 27th, 2016

Using raw and industrial materials like spruce pine, concrete and untreated steel – with clean white finishes elsewhere – sfd designed a contrast between the interior’s starkness and the vivid shopfront.

Lock & Be Free shop by Wanna One, Madrid – Spain

June 26th, 2016

All the materials combine two terminations; mate (floor) and shine (walls and lockers) this trick is able to provide a volume sensation to the shop, even than the real area has only 30 m2, thanks to this, it looks much bigger and you avoid the narrow sensation.

Alexandre Zouari boutique by ORANGE design, Hong Kong

June 25th, 2016

The capsule display shelf reflected a jet-set structure of display which is especially appropriate for airport store; in which the glassy shelf shown a strikingly beautiful sparkles shinning products from above that are waiting to be discovered by visitors.

CASA VIA BUS STOP shop by acca.Inc, Tokyo – Japan

June 24th, 2016

The central monument gives powerful impact overall, yet create a gentle impression by using the motif of ‘Lattice’ which produce
a gentle impression as if you are wrapped in visual image with transparency.

Frank + Oak store by Canada’s Best Store Fixtures, Laval – Canada

June 24th, 2016

Frank + Oak is moving fast with their rebranding and store expansion. CBSF was expected to keep the pace and provide a concept store that well-suited the perception of the modern man with focus on classical accents and themes.

CrepeTown kiosk by Estúdio Jacarandá, Sorocaba – Brazil

June 24th, 2016

The NYC subway’s visual identity and the Big Apple’s main icons, such as the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, yellow cabs, etc., have originated the project for the POS as well as the graphical pieces, like menus and packaging.

Denham store, Hamburg – Germany

June 24th, 2016

Vintage brass-handled tailor’s scissors, a fixture of the brand’s retail aesthetic, have been hand-modified to create garment displays, and furniture pieces have been clad in reclaimed american measuring sticks, pieced into a bespoke marquetry pattern.

290sqm store, Istanbul – Turkey

June 22nd, 2016

Leaving its home of three years for a more high-end part of the city called Akaretler, the new store is quipped with a 30-meter-long window to show off its wares.

Levi’s House of Fraser by FormRoom, Bristol, Norwich and Gateshead – UK

June 22nd, 2016

FormRoom created bespoke furniture with brand identifying finishes, for Levi’s this included natural plywood, black steel and blue neon signage.

Victoria Beckham boutique by Farshid Moussavi, Hong Kong

June 22nd, 2016

Victoria Beckham boutique by Farshid Moussavi, Hong Kong

The Market by Longo’s by Ampersand Studio, Toronto – Canada

June 21st, 2016

The store design is respectful of this heritage and incorporates existing finishes of marble and granite as features of the store.

Tate Modern shop extension by UXUS, London – UK

June 21st, 2016

A bespoke system of stackable furniture modules allows for regular reconfiguration to keep the displays fresh and exciting for visitors, as well as accommodating seating for browsing and events such as book readings and talks.

Norwegian Rain boutique, London – UK

June 20th, 2016

The setting is largely defined by two elongated white ceiling panels that create an optical illusion of a wider space.

Editor Market by Ana Rascovsky Arqs, Buenos Aires – Argentina

June 20th, 2016

Editor Market by Ana Rascovsky Arqs, Buenos Aires – Argentina

Skechers showrooms by Zemberek Design, Istanbul – Turkey

June 20th, 2016

In each functional zone (reception, offices and discrete showrooms), however, metals and plaster have diverse finishes, fabrics are used in different ways, and the resulting structures vary as well.

Česalj & Makaze Hair Salon by Stardust Lab, Belgrade – Serbia

June 18th, 2016

The idea we had in mind when we created the Češalj & Makaze salons was for them to be an oasis of luxury, yet affordable to everyone. In addition to superior hair care and styling inspired by contemporary trends, we provide all our customers with a customized treatment, based on their personalities, needs and desires.

Strutt & Parker store by I-AM, London – UK

June 17th, 2016

Miniature models have been used to create scenes reflecting both domestic life and S&P’s links to land and countryside. An easel in the window with a digital screen is a nod back to the brand’s collaboration with Christie’s International Property and the connotations of art.

POSH Salon & Spa by Jignasu Shah Design Associates, Ahmedabad – India

June 17th, 2016

Ceiling is been painted black, service supply has been kept open to use maximum volume and strategically placed mirror to look this space visually much bigger than it is.

Sole Optika by Csiszér Design, Körmend – Hungary

June 17th, 2016

Minimal colours and circle forms were designed in the parlour. White high gloss furniture elements and silver geometric wallpaper turn up with popping colours of blue and orange chairs.