Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Fresh store by Mapos, New York – USA

October 17th, 2017

A custom Chandelier inspired by modern alchemy and made up of glass molecule-like bubbles emphasizing Fresh’s leadership in science and innovation.

Pedder on Scotts Shop Display by Mes Workshop, Scotts Square – Singapore

October 17th, 2017

For the Fall/Winter 2017 display, Pedder on Scotts went for a bold and playful arcade theme. There are several dazzling pieces throughout the retail area, including a rotating Ferris Wheel, red arrow signage, cyber-looking LED light shoe shelf, thunder platform and a functional retro arcade game station.

Print Type + Piñara by Kamaku, Guatemala City – Guatemala

October 17th, 2017

Print Type is a stationary and graphic design studio; as well as a lettering school. On the other hand, Piñara is a party studio. The space needed to work well for both brands needs and requests; and we were able to do so by distributing the space in: 1/3 back of the house workshop and 2/3 lettering school and store.

Not Just A Shop from UAL, London – UK

October 16th, 2017

University of the Arts London (UAL) has launched a pioneering new retail space this autumn, selling design-led products and artwork from its abundance of talented alumni.

St. Cousair store by Space Co. Ltd, Osaka – Japan

October 16th, 2017

In the shop boasting the largest size in the Kansai region, St.Cousair Winery sells carefully selected imported ingredients, sweets, miscellaneous goods, including wines, jams, pasta sauces, dressings, stuck to quality and taste.

Bosgaurus Coffee by Onplus Architect, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

October 14th, 2017

Inspired by Scandinavia simple, white style, the large space features clean steel and soft edges, we tried to provide a simple and green environment.

Simon Lévelt – The world of coffee and tea by Tchai, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

October 14th, 2017

With today’s coffee and tea drinkers taking interest in everything from product origin to different brewing techniques, our task was to develop a concept with a strong focus on storytelling and with plenty of room for exploration. Furthermore, we wanted to create a look and feel to really fit the Simon Lévelt philosophy of purity and quality without concession.

Lawrence & Mayo Boutique by Excellent Interior Designers Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad – India

October 12th, 2017

A gathering of inspiration, the design reflects a blend of luxury and showcasing of products, as its concept. The choice of material restates the feeling of a premium environment.

Pentatonic pop-up store by LuckyFox, London – UK

October 12th, 2017

The new company with a simple but revolutionary mission –to turn our trash into beautiful homewares –tasked LuckyFox to transform the 3,000 square foot empty space in the heart of Shoreditch, East London into a gallery style showroom. This is the public’s first opportunity to touch, feel, build, try and buy its products in person.

Esika Flagship Store by Modulor Retail Architecture, Lima – Peru

October 12th, 2017

Esika a Peruvian makeup brand present in all South America. Makes its incursion in the retail market with this flagship store. This project was developed in conjunction with Intangibles Studio of Paris, and Modulor Retail Architecture Studio of Peru.

Neighbour store by Tom Chung, Toronto – Canada

October 11th, 2017

The Toronto-based industrial designer created an understated setting, captured by poured terrazzo flooring with circular motif, raw birch hardwood displays, industrial steel table displays and polished steel plinth racking systems.

Pilates the Balance studio by Vonsung Studio, Seoul – Korea

October 11th, 2017

Natural stone lines the walls and floor, with leafy plants adding a living green to the organic palette. The stone is complemented by sandy colours and light wood accents.

Diesel store renewal, Tokyo – Japan

October 11th, 2017

The ground floor is marked by a large, gate-shaped led screen monitor that looks inserted into the retail space furnished with both contemporary elements and rustic-inspired props, such as steel fixtures paired with rugs, concrete flooring with wooden ceilings, and antique furniture, creating an atmosphere that’s both homey and modern.

Organic hairdressers’ by LIQE arquitectura, Vigo – Spain

October 10th, 2017

We created a clearing in an imaginary forest, a space surrounded with the pure white light necessary to fit dyes colors and hair. A clearing that, emptied in the stone of the artificial environment of the street, becomes visible from the exterior by the elimination of unnecessary elements in the showcase.

First Stone Showroom by Yatofu Creatives, Helsinki – Finland

October 10th, 2017

In juxtaposing a modern retail concept with the historic antiquity of amber, First Stone Showroom becomes a space where customers can revel in the experience of browsing a modern high-end jewelry shop, while also reflecting the tone of a cultural “museum-esque” experience.

Louis Vuitton Maison store by Peter Marino, Paris – France

October 10th, 2017

Being a Louis Vuitton Maison, the brand obviously has pulled out all the stops to turn any shop visit into a highly memorable one, instigating such an experience also through an infusion of art. The luxury house commissioned no less than 21 artworks by a number of leading contemporary artists from around the planet.

American Brands store by Rack – retail architecture, Medellin – Colombia

October 9th, 2017

The space is like a public open space, where the approach used is juxtaposing different textures and colors. The main retail space is furnished with custom made pieces for each brand (ltb, Jack & Jones, rifle and different brands for shoes and accessories) that participate in the store.

Shimmerwalls’ ‘Mirror Wall’ for Caroline Biss by Shimmerwalls & Stefanie De Hauwere

October 9th, 2017

Shimmerwalls’ patented ’Mirror Wall’ board system sees laser cut acrylic mirrors replacing the traditional film sequins, allowing for larger and more dramatic glass-like displays of shimmer-as demonstrated in the windows for Caroline Biss, where square mirrors have been used to magnificent and glamorous effect.

Lifestyle Store of the Future by Greater Group, Tokyo – Japan

October 8th, 2017

The strong contrast of wooden walls against the sharp concrete flooring represents raw performance. Innovation is also drawn by the mobility of the wooden podiums, which enable smooth transformation from a daily retail store to an event or product launch space, by simply inserting the floor fixtures (product display blocks) into the walls.

Edward Beiner store by MNA, Disney Springs, Orlando – Florida

October 7th, 2017

Supported on slender posts along the walls, large backlit display boxes of tarnished brass and blackened steel are each topped with picture lights like paintings in a gallery. Each “canvas” is divided into a grid that allows ultimate flexibility in display and subtly equates the product with artwork.