Archive for the ‘shoes’ category

United nude flagship store, Amsterdam

August 11th, 2011

From injection-molded shoes to high-end carbon fiber heels, United Nude is a brand founded on conceptual design, elegance and innovation. The characteristics of the brands products and DNA are also evident in the interior design of the flagship store, designed by brand Creative Director and architect Rem D Koolhaas.

Queen Shoes by Guilherme Torres, Londrina – Brazil

August 5th, 2011

The shop’s outer-space expressiveness results from a geometric movement which stems from eighteen 42cm wide white segments which compose the walls and ceiling. The shop fade is the first segment and it introduces itself as a solid structure sculpted in order to create the entrances. The following segments obey the same movement pattern, each one of them sculpted to build the shop interior.

Manolo Blahnik store by Data Nature Associates, Moscow

July 29th, 2011

Manolo introduces contrast with his new store in Moscow. The romantic yet rustic Dacha cottage architecture is revisited here through the ebonized vertical wood clad interiors. This texture is complemented by the white delicateness of lace captured in the laser cut Corian panels enclosing the 15m runway-like entrance.

MOSTIP shoe shop by EASTERN Design Office, Shiga Japan

July 21st, 2011

This is a portion of the moon, a tip of a huge thing. This is a shoe shop built in a huge shopping mall. Two big and small triangles are placed in a space of 9m x 12.5m x 4m. The triangles have the shape of the moon that is cut. There are two portions of the moon. Two triangles have some large and small craters same as the moon.

Munich La Roca by Bailo+Rull ADD Arquitectura

July 18th, 2011

Designed for shoe brand Munich, the interior has reflective walls while peep-holes in the facade allows shoppers to glimpse behind-the-scenes of the store. The innocent and fresh vision of kids are the leitmotiv of the new shop that Munich Shoemakers have opened in La Roca Village Shopping Complex in Barcelona.

Shoes Or No Shoes by Maecenas Dirk Vanderschueren

July 18th, 2011

If you’re looking for an ego and self centered shoe store then this is the perfect glamour interior shoe store designed by Maecenas Dirk Vanderschueren. He’s the owner of Cortina, one of the largest shoe manufacturers and gladly he shares his passion of shoe loving experience with this SONS theme, which is long for Shoes Or No Shoes in East Flanders, Kruishoutem or in English Cruyshautem Belgium.

Galante store by Creneau International, Bruges

July 15th, 2011

Alain and Robbie from Galante. These two flamboyant gentlemen know all about the most exclusive – sometimes even eccentric – shoes, and give every customer the royal treatment. The pair courteously asked Creneau International to turn the new shop location into a theatrical yet stylish décor, where – like in every fairy tale – the perfect shoe always finds its perfect owner.

Macy’s Oakbrook Womens Shoe Department, Oakbrook (A.R.E Awards)

July 8th, 2011

A 15,400-square-foot shop within a shop, Macy’s women’s shoe department features curvilinear aisles and fixtures that set a central hub for Macy’s Impulse brand and serve as the focal point of the floor plan. Merchandise categories are separated into “rooms” using transparent architectural screen dividers, creating “lifestyle rooms.”

Sneakerology by Facet studio

July 7th, 2011

In each of the 200mm x 600mm boxes, one by one, sneakers are carefully collected. The boxes are repeated, and offset by half unit on each level, and carried through repeatedly over an entire wall. Something which has little meaning on its own, when repeated 281 times over, it creates a euphoric effect for one to experience a heightened emotion.

Flight Club Greenwich Village, New York City (A.R.E Awards)

June 28th, 2011

A mecca for sneaker collectors and urban fashion, Flight Club’s clean, authentic urban store references urban recreational spaces like basketball courts, handball courts, and playgrounds, as well as spaces that skaters and bikers use. The existing space was stripped down to its structural elements, which came to be the backdrop.

Carlo Pazolini Piazza Cordusio by Giorgio Borruso Design, Milan (A.R.E Awards)

June 27th, 2011

This 4,155-square-foot flagship for the shoe retailer—its first in Western Europe—juxtaposes its modern design and historic building, capturing attention from its piazza exterior. A series of large windows faces the busy piazza, together with high ceilings and cast-iron columns.

Nike Air Force 1 Store by Torafu, Tokyo

June 24th, 2011

This is an interior and exterior designing project of Nike Air Force 1 store, which is limitedly open for one year at the back street of Harajuku. The new products which appear month after month keep displayed even after the sales period is over.

Ubiq Philadelphia by Architecture at Large

June 21st, 2011

It is risky to try to express luxury for an 18-28-year-old, wealthy male audience – and not turn them totally off. Rafael de Cardenas of New York’s Architecture at Large took on this challenge with the rebuilding of Ubiq Philadelphia, the destination of choice for sneakerheads from far and wide.

Red Wing Shoes Store, Amsterdam

June 19th, 2011

Red Wing Shoes opened its first official store in the Netherlands on July 22nd. Together with denim boutique Tenue de Nîmes the American brand set up shop in the distinctive Reestraat, carrying a substantial assortment of Red Wing shoes as well as various accessories.

Puma House by Nendo, Tokyo

May 11th, 2011

Designers Nendo of Japan have completed the interior of a showroom in Tokyo for sneaker brand Puma with shoes displayed on a series of timber staircases.

Dr. Martens, London

April 4th, 2011


Originally standard-issue for the working man, Dr. Martens became the counterculture boot of choice. Clearly articulating that transformation is the brand’s London pop-up shop, which materialized for a six-month run at Old Spitalfields Market.

Camper, Paris

March 28th, 2011

French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec have sent us some new images of the store they recently completed in Paris for shoe brand Camper.

Camper Store by Tokujin Yoshioka, London – UK

March 25th, 2011

A new store for shoe brand Camper designed by Tokujin Yoshioka will open in Regent Street, London later this month. The store will feature a wall covered in folded artificial red suede, a development of an installation Yoshioka created for Italian funiture brand Moroso in New York in 2007, which used folded tissue. The chairs shown here, which also use the tissue technique, are Yoshioka’s Bouquet chair for Moroso.