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Valextra retail space at Harrods by David Adjaye, London – UK

May 24th, 2016

The structure is framed by two 3-dimensional walls, distinguished by the use of crinkle-cut concrete surfaces and the linear or asymmetrical cutouts that function as illuminated niches for the display of products.

Tattoaria House by Studio dLux, São Paulo – Brazil

May 23rd, 2016

The industrial style of the warehouse mix with the use of OSB and plywood furniture. To complete the interior design, there is a huge artwork that circles all the black walls of the project.

A.S. Barbershop by Felipe Hess, São Paulo – Brazil

May 23rd, 2016

The same squared tiles on the inside turns into dimension unit, characterizing the whole project. It makes the bar counter, the spacing between work stations, mirrors, wall niches, even the ceiling lights are modeled inside the grid that structure the space.

HOEIDO jewellery by Shotaro Sanada, Tokyo – Japan

May 23rd, 2016

10mm x 10mm mosaic tile makes it possible to show “Lightness” and something “Floating” for its heavy solid surface.

Au Pont Rouge department store by Architecture at Large, Saint Petersburg – Russia

May 22nd, 2016

Au Pont Rouge department store by Architecture at Large, Saint Petersburg – Russia

iStudio United Center by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

May 20th, 2016

In addition to the large Apple product demonstration area located on a glass enclosed bridge situated three stories above the building’s entrance lobby, there is a completely separate, large and daylight filled accessory area.

Pukkila flagship store identity by Pentagon Design, Raisio – Finland

May 20th, 2016

Finding and choosing the right product from the broad Pukkila selection was also clarified by giving each category a different identity colour.

Cehegín Wine School by INMAT Arquitectura, Cehegín – Spain

May 20th, 2016

Conceptually, raw steel and wood are very elemental materials that work well with the historic parts of the interior, respecting the handmade character and the patina of the time.

Refinery store by TDC&Co, Cape Town – South Africa

May 20th, 2016

Materials left in their natural unfinished state echo the brand ethos while the subtle use of bold colours create a strong brand identity.

Ted Baker Lancaster Place Grooming Room by FormRoom, London – UK

May 19th, 2016

Inspired by the silver screen, FormRoom created sculpture made out of radio equipment, a vintage television displaying white noise and a miniature television containing a set model of the Lancaster Place Grooming Room.

eSpoir concept store by ALTA ARCHITECTURE, Seoul – South Korea

May 19th, 2016

In addition to the pragmatic function, the mirrors alter the viewer’s experience at times by fracturing and expanding the perception of space. The central video animation is refected in some of the mirrors, resulting in a kaleidoscopic and ever changing interior environment.

MILK LAND HOKKAIDO→TOKYO flagship shop by Ryusuke Nanki, Tokyo – Japan

May 19th, 2016

The consumer could gain knowledge, eat and purchase in the one space. The shop was designed so as to create synergy between each of these actions, leading to more effective brand building.

F-Concept museum store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

May 19th, 2016

A grainy texture softens the sharply cut angles and cast a dark shadow; resembling a picture in itself rather than a retail space. The dark tones eliminate distractions and focus an angle on displayed imagery.

Fast Food Aid pop-up shop by Kaibutsu, Tokyo – Japan

May 18th, 2016

Drop store by Rosie Lee, Moscow – Russia

May 18th, 2016

Fusing old and new, the setting incorporates the original brick walls, albeit dipped in a white hue, and paired with a gradient white to black tiled flooring, and a ceiling superimposed by a industrial-looking metal grid.

Our Colour Reflection installation by Liz West, Scunthorpe – UK

May 18th, 2016

Our Colour Reflection creates a conversation between the viewer and the setting using more than 700 mirrors made of coloured acrylic.

Aesop ION store by Snøhetta, Singapore

May 18th, 2016

Inspired by the site’s history, Snøhetta, the firm behind the recent SFMOMA extension, used a collection of materials, colours and forms to create what they call an “upside-down forest”. A dark sisal carpet references the orchard floor, while thin timber battens hanging from the ceiling suggest a series of tree trunks.

Beauty Brands Store Design and Identity by Kiku Obata & Company, Kansas City – Missouri

May 17th, 2016

Natural materials and a warm, light palette reflect the retailer’s sensibility. Contrasting terrazzo floors were used in the shop and salon-spa to differentiate these two areas.

Mackage flagship store by Burdifilek, Montreal – Canada

May 17th, 2016

Backlit, wall-to-wall photography of Canada’s rocky mountains, sculptural marble displays in the shape of icebergs and trim black racks with thin marble shelves articulate each zone.

Poly ShowRoom by waa (we architech anonymous), Shanghai – China

May 17th, 2016

Subtle color was applied to the scrim fabric, yellow to black then grey finally the white, transitioning colors promotes changes in perception enhancing a sense of excitement, which interact with visitor’s mood.