Archive for the ‘cosmetics’ category

Rivoli Perfumerie by FAL Design Estratégico, São José dos Campos – Brazil

October 17th, 2016

As a priority, the concept maintained the glamorous aura and sophistication that have always been its main attributes. The greeter is the store’s hot point, giving who enters the desired impact.

Perfume store for Frédéric Malle by Jakob + Macfarlane, Paris – France

October 14th, 2016

Located on Paris’ Trendy rue des Francs-Bourgeois, the retail outlet — which has been photographed by Roland Halbe — features interlocking timber elements, which have been slotted together to form sculptural shelves, tables, and display cases.

T Galleria by PMDL Architecture + Design, Macau

October 10th, 2016

From the elegant, reflective metal ceiling to the subtle shopfront facade of rose gold glass, the iconic elements of classical Hollywood Cinema have been interweaved into the design of the store.

Ghawali store by Chalhoub Group, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

October 4th, 2016

The first Ghawali store opened its doors in Dubai Festival City on 26th August, followed by a second store in City Walk in September; with three Ghawali stores also opened in Riyadh and Jeddah. This is only the beginning as the Chalhoub Group plans on expanding Ghawali to the entire region within the next five years.

Aesop store by Pattersons, Auckland – New Zealand

October 3rd, 2016

Exposed whitewashed bricks have been paired with recycled and newly lacquered rimu timber, covering both the floor and two walls. The furnishings comprise of beautifully crafted metal cabinets and shelving, a sales desk, and last but not least, Aesop’s prerequisite shop attribute, a concrete sink embedded in a metal framework.

Aesop store by Marion Mouny, Lausanne – Switzerland

September 29th, 2016

The new Aesop boutique stocks the brand’s full range of skin, body and hair care products by the architect Marion Mouny based in Lausanne.

Comptoir Sud Pacifique boutique by centdegrés, Paris – France

September 13th, 2016

Designed in wood with pantone blue 3135© and silver grey colors, just like the Pacific archipelago’s themselves and the brand’s fragrance bottles, the atmosphere invites customers to go on a journey and escape reality for a few moments through the exploration of scent.

Aesop store by Fernando and Humberto Campana, São Paulo – Brazil

September 8th, 2016

The countertops and product displays are all composed of the same bricks, and paired with sisal fibre on the walls to further enhance their specific decorative appearance.

Malin+Goetz stores by Messana O’Rorke, Los Angeles, New York, Santa Monica

August 29th, 2016

Each interior follows a color coded scheme, which dictates the overall scheme of the layout, forming a unified identity across each store. The studio noted the existing environment of each location, developing a unique scheme that would respond to the demographic population and needs of the target group.

Aesop Store by einszu33, Leipzig – Germany

August 26th, 2016

Within the rough concrete façade, the interior features green- and grey-hued walls lined with shelving composed of powder-coated metal and translucent glass tiles, reflective of the industrial uniformity that characterised Leipzig when Germany’s East and West were demarcated.

Aesop store by Norman Kelley, Chicago – Illinois

August 23rd, 2016

Black steel shelves and alcoves laid into these brick walls serve as simple, eye-catching product displays, while low-profile armoires made from black-stained white oak serve as stylish cash desks and demonstration areas.

Aesop store by Torafu Architects, Sendai – Japan

August 4th, 2016

The store itself is compact and measures only at 6 meters by 7.8 meters wide. Torafu Architects left the shopfront completely open, meanwhile the product display is embedded into the panelled walls. The back subtly frames and separates the retail space and the sink.

Jurlique store by Akin Creative, Sydney – Australia

July 19th, 2016

Taking cues from the Jurlique farm and the Adelaide Hills, the materials are a mix of natural, handmade and highly textured finishes including silver travertine, Tasmanian oak, brushed brass and terracotta tiles.

Kapeh store by Estúdio Jacarandá, Varginha – Brazil

July 13th, 2016

The architectural concept sought the product’s origins to create a contemporary store, which at the same time brings materials such as copper, wood, jute and pink concrete, inspired by traditional coffee farms.

Aesop store at Newoman by Torafu Architects, Tokyo – Japan

July 5th, 2016

Two pillars, incorporating shelving, are situated on one side of the unit, while a lower and elongated cabinet marks the opposite perimetre. A unit with sink protrudes from one pillar, and a detached sales counter is placed in the middle.

Aesop store by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

July 2nd, 2016

Drawing inspiration from the woodworking technique intarsia, this motif inspired meticulously crafted three-dimensional oak panels. These bespoke panels clad the wall and counter giving volume and a sense of authenticity and calm.

(MALIN+GOETZ) boutique by Jonathan Tuckey Design, London – UK

June 29th, 2016

The interior setting is light and bright, featuring walls covered in plywood panels, tiled flooring and a ceiling dipped in a high gloss white hie. Furnishings are simple, comprising of a sleek shelving system and a matching metal sales counter.

Aesop store by Russell & George, Bangkok – Thailand

June 14th, 2016

The aesthetic takes cues from elements found in traditional Thai buildings, such as stepped details, ordered geometry and multiple eaves, and translated into a tiered cubic structure that seemingly telescopes out from a blackened steel counter.

Dior Beauty-Hotspot by Umdasch Shopfitting, Birmingham – UK

June 7th, 2016

Using the latest design guidelines of the French luxury brand, the Shop Corner – with its geometrical forms and exciting, looping table – forms an effective frame for the richly colourful world of beauty products.

James Richardson duty free shop by Umdasch Shopfitting, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 6th, 2016

Focus points are info screens integrated into gondolas, whose black lacquered surfaces place the range of products in the foreground. The ceiling, designed by Umdasch Shopfitting, functions as an intuitive orientation system for visitors.