Archive for the ‘store design’ category

FENDI flagship store by Curiosity, London – UK

November 26th, 2014

FENDI flagship store opened in Bond Street, London, with impressive huge chandelier and historical 19 century building.

Harvey Nichols store by FOUR IV, Ankara – Turkey

November 26th, 2014

The client was going for a change of scene but not a change of style. Our original concept was still considered to be as contemporary and exciting as it was on opening, but we needed to take it that step further for the store’s newest incarnation.

Michael Andrews Bespoke store, New York – US

November 26th, 2014

Michael Andrews Bespoke names itself the best custom tailor in New York City — and with a quick look around their space, you’ll understand why they’ve made that claim! With exclusively designed, custom made menswear, the items found in this tailor’s store are unique, high quality items.

BESPOKE STORES! Emmaroz store by Kiss Miklós, Szeged – Hungary

November 25th, 2014

The interior design is a mash up of the 19th century classic style and the beginning of the 20th century, the usual salon atmosphere, mixing it with a modern architectural design. Looking at the graphic design you can find many tailoring elements, and little details of a classic fashion style.

Bartkowscy bakery by mode:lina, Toruń – Poland

November 24th, 2014

Bartkowscy is a family bakery of 18 stores in Toruń ( Poland ) with tradition that goes back to 1927. In 2014 in cooperation with mode:lina architekci the owners created a new place with unique character on Aleja Solidarnosci in Toruń – Doppio Cafe Bistro.

NIKE Fashion Island experience store, Newport Beach – California

November 24th, 2014

The studio will also enable consumers to trial training and running footwear and apparel. specialized services, weekly programming and special events are designed to inspire and enable the community of active women in and around Newport Beach.

TRD Heinemann store by TYIN Tegnestue at Trondheim Airport, Stjordal – Norway

November 23rd, 2014

The project is carried by miniature pier houses, a common trait of Trondheims traditional building mass. The miniatures are silhouette replicas of actual buildings. The steel shelves are burrowed deep into the timber logs, with each module containing a complex network of electric wiring, supplying the shelves with LED-lights.

FRAME store by i29 architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 23rd, 2014

Flexibility and being able to change the display identity completely was the main focus. Thus, the space offers a three-dimensional experience of the magazine – a creative and innovative world that surprises and invites exploration. Working within this context, the studio proposed a radical concept: two shops in one with the coexistence of contradictory atmospheres.

E.Tautz store by Sanderson Studios, London – UK

November 21st, 2014

Sanderson Studios worked closely with E.Tautz owner and creative director, Patrick Grant, to deliver a made to measure experience that echoes the evolution and expansion of this iconic brand. A minimal gallery space exhibits the mainline collection and compliments the refined made-to-measure environment downstairs.

La Piadina Cambados by NAN Architects, Cambados – Spain

November 21st, 2014

The flagship products are the piadinas local, popular recipe in Italy that can be imported to Spain, ice cream and beer. It is divided into local two rooms, one for ice cream at the bottom of it and the other for coffee, focused on a longer stay.

Veneris bakery by Manousos Leontarakis & partners, Heraklion – Greece

November 21st, 2014

A modern bakery called Veneris, was inspired by minimal interior. Grey ceramic clays are placed on the floor and a wooden country style ceiling is covering the store. The bakery’s counters are made of raw wood and on the top cover have been placed black granite.

Ronen Chen store by Architect Guido Herszage, Tel Aviv – Israel

November 21st, 2014

Ronen Chen store by Architect Guido Herszage, Tel Aviv – Israel.

Kicks store by Gonçalo Barata, Porto – Portugal

November 20th, 2014

The concept of this fashion and multibrand shoe store, was built with simple design and materials. Using wood sticks on the walls and ceilings like a large shoe lace where the shoes are placed on display – yielding a three-dimensional construction involving the entire space.

Shore Projects pop-up shop by Breed Communications, London – UK

November 20th, 2014

Shore Projects is inspired by the elementary beauty and idyllic fun of the British seaside combined with the venerable look of classic explorer watches.

Nieuwe Haagse Passage by Bernard Tschumi, The Hague – The Netherlands

November 19th, 2014

Shopping Centre Sustains Growth in The Hague. Voted the best Dutch city centre of 2013–2015, The Hague beat Amsterdam by actively working toward livability, a mix of functions, and a varied retail environment with well-integrated modern interventions in a historical setting. The New Passage by Bernard Tschumi – which opened to much fanfare in September – is seen by the municipality as continuing a positive trend in the development of the city’s core.

Dior flagship store by Peter Marino, Tokyo – Japan

November 19th, 2014

French fashion house Dior’s flagship store in Tokyo by Japanese studio SANAA has had its interior overhauled by American architect Peter Marino.

Royal Enfield store by Lotus, New Delhi – India

November 19th, 2014

A holistic store which showcases bikes, accessories and interaction spaces manifests as a store as well as an experience centre for the brand. The store is zoned according to the motorcycles on display. Each zone brings out the characteristic the bike stands for.

Zalando + ZLabels showroom by Real Innenausbau, Berlin – Germany

November 18th, 2014

In the very heart of Berlin, zLabels – a subsidiary of the online order mail company Zalando – develops international fashion labels and creates, designs and realizes lifestyle-focused shoe, fashion and accessory collections.

BACKYARD by|n store by Nendo, Yokohama – Japan

November 18th, 2014

The shop design for by | n, an original brand with all nendo-designed products located in the Seibu Sogo department stores in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro and Shibuya, and in the Yokohama Sogo department store.

MY O MY store by Joanna Laajisto, Helsinki – Finland

November 17th, 2014

MY O MY store by Joanna Laajisto, Helsinki – Finland