Archive for the ‘cosmetics’ category

Aesop store by Tacklebox, Washington DC

February 22nd, 2017

The studio, led by designer Jeremy Barbour, again opted to recycle a high volume of material at this retail space in DC. The team took 30,000 southern pine sticks – traditionally used to dry leaves at Georgetown’s tobacco barns – and repurposed them as a wall covering. The individual rectangle-section rods were cut and arranged into an uneven mosaic across the eastern wall of the corner unit, creating a “dynamic rippled surface”.

Muji flagship store, Boston – Massachusetts

February 20th, 2017

Furnishing comprise of a variety of simple wooden shelving and displays, framed by polished concrete flooring and an exposed ceiling dipped in a dark grey hue and dotted with a multitude of spotlights.

Le Manoir store by Agence Tuxedo, Montreal – Canada

February 19th, 2017

In order to support Le Manoir’s multipurpose offering, the concept behind the floor plan was an open space layout with the welcome desk being in the centre of the space. This elegant, multifunctional core piece serves as a service area, a waiting area, and a retail space combined.

SUGARCUP store by Betwin Space Design, Hanam-si – Korea

February 15th, 2017

“Sugarcup” launched by E. MART Group is ready to offer everything which is needed to be attractive from head to toe. The main concept is named “beautiful moment”. If you stand in front of the shop, an endlessly crossed pattern by horizontal, vertical, or diagonal lines will draw your eyes.

Aesop store by CASE-REAL, Sapporo – Japan

February 6th, 2017

For the display shelves and other fixtures where function is needed we will use vibration finish stainless steel which incorporates with the grey color of soft stone well. We aimed to portray the man made artifacts co-existing with the harsh side of nature, also considering the entire store atmosphere a single saucer to catch all the products shown.

Aesop facial appointments Pop-Up salon by Paulin, Paulin, Paulin, Paris – France

January 25th, 2017

As a passionate admirer of Paulin’s work, the cosmetics brand’s internal architect Jean-Philippe Bonnefoi formed a relationship with the French Design Company, and this eventually led to creation of this space. Aesop Facial Appointments comprises of three rooms, all furnished with specially selected pieces designed by Paulin, Paulin, Paulin, and aims to offer soothing getaway from the city’s hustle and bustle.

The Body Shop Kiosk by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo – Brazil

January 24th, 2017

In this project, the customer has a greater contact with the TBS identity than he has in the store today. The concern with branding was decisive to create a closer space that best presents the products’ differentials.

FaceGym flagship store by Prop Studios, London – UK

January 17th, 2017

In order to showcase the brand and all its unique selling points, Prop Studios created a truly unique window scheme with the brand’s ‘future retro’ aesthetic concept at the forefront.

l’Occitane au Brésil boutique by centdegrés, Sao Paulo – Brazil

January 4th, 2017

Every detail counts, from the floor tiles, parquet flooring and plants to the large wooden table and sun-filled conservatory. The space is soft and joyous, calm and invigorating, singular and plural and colourful: a place where visitors can either whisper or speak out their minds and take in their surroundings by looking, feeling and touching the products.

Skinfood pop-up store by centdegrés, Paris – France

December 30th, 2016

Right in the middle of a very chic Parisian private hotel, visitors could discover the brand via a warm and playful mini-kitchen who presents ‘delightful cosmetics made from delicious food and enjoy the spirit of the Korean cosmetics brand.

Aesop stores by Frida Escobedo, Tampa, Miami – Florida

December 29th, 2016

Threads are droopily suspended across the back wall and front window of the store, mimicking the form of a hammock. Mexican studio Taller Tornel handcrafted the sink and cash desk from concrete, leaving a ribbed finish. Meanwhile, products are displayed on driftwood-like tables, as well as wall-mounted shelves.

NYX cosmetic bar by ARNO, Europe wide concept

December 26th, 2016

All eyes are on the design which visually differentiate to the competitors in store. To do this, ARNO designed a sleek black cosmetics bar, with selective illumination, that displays an extensive range of the NYX cosmetics.

Magasin Fragrance by Magasin du Nord, Copenhagen – Denmark

December 26th, 2016

Magasin du Nords Flagship store in Copenhagen has introduced a new fragrance concept – a lighter and cleaner scandinavian take on a fragrance shop. White tiles and wooden details create the base for the fragrance.

LUSH store lighting by Michael Grubb Studio, Manchester – UK

December 7th, 2016

The interior features a palette of timber and white tiles, with neutral tones contrasting with bold graphics and the vibrant colours of Lush’s product range. Optelma’s linear LEDs and spotlights combine to create layers of light, forming a dynamic, energy-efficient environment.

Neom Organics store by FormRoom, Leeds – UK

December 4th, 2016



The hub of the store is the Scent Discovery Bar, which was designed to invite and engage customers into the well-being experience, by enabling them to discover their main underlying wellbeing need – Sleep, Stress, Energy or Mood Boosting. Finished in a white-washed ply with copper framework, this elegant focal point encourages interaction and increases dwell time.

Gerovital stores by Morphoza, Bucharest & Constanta – Romania

November 30th, 2016

Another important area of the store is the welcoming and well‑designed care space where the Gerovital’s specialist provides free consultancy to the brand’s customers.

Saje Natural Wellness by Jennifer Dunn Design, Halifax – Canada

November 25th, 2016



The geometric patterned oak in the storefront and interior ceiling bring an element of modernity to a traditional building material. It reinforces the idea of using old-world ideas in a current and exciting way; the way the client combines ancient apothecary blending methods with modern day living.

Aesop store, London – UK

November 15th, 2016


Created by Aesop’s in-house design team, the palette of the interior is modern yet well-adapted to its surrounds, featuring used molded plywood, reclaimed parquet flooring and brass detailing.

Uncommon Market by Guille García-Hoz and Alejandro Martínez, Mexico City – Mexico

November 11th, 2016

Situated in an urban villa opposite the lush greens of Parque Lincoln, the so-called Uncommon Market is an even more ambitiously set up concept store, boasting 750 sqm. of retail space.

Aesop store by Torafu Architects, Seoul – South Korea

November 10th, 2016

The focal point of the space is a centrally positioned stainless steel counter, also painted in a blue shade, and which functions as point-of-sale and is fitted with two demonstration sinks. Suspended above, and fixed with lamps, an architectonic network of interconnected pipes delivers water to the sinks. The new Aesop boutique carries the brand’s full range of skin, body, and hair care products.