Archive for the ‘eyewear’ category

Barton Perreira store, Villotta di Chions – Italy

April 21st, 2017

The architectural luminaires Okkio 55 AD and Okkio 80 AD are ceiling mounted and enhance every single element of Barton Perreira’s store discreetly but with extreme precision: luxury becomes the absolute protagonist of space because of light.

Crystal Vision store by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

March 31st, 2017

From the engaging shop front display and entry, to the bespoke ceiling and lighting applications, as well as the custom-made retail display systems, simply put, this project showcases Masterplanners attention to detail in the quality of design and execution.

Vision Works Optometry by Creative Shop Retail Shopfitting, Midrand – South Africa

March 4th, 2017

The client wanted an unusual, eye catching interior to entice foot traffic into the store. Furthermore, care had to be taken to maximise the circulation space and fit the private consultation rooms into the final design.

ENDPIECE boutique by wallga + WGNB, Seoul – Korea

February 23rd, 2017

A feature wall made of seeming knitted thick teal wiring climbs the back wall and becomes a focus within the store. The collection of glasses are displayed throughout in the backlit shelves, tables or encased in the glass counters.

Bischofberger Optik by Heikaus, Winterthur – Switzerland

February 22nd, 2017

Glasses are presented in a rustic and yet modern setup in front of a natural brick wall: casually, on “smoked” glass shelves installed between room-high brass rods that almost seem to float. Below them, there is a black MDF sideboard with practical drawers.

Gentle Monster store renewal, Seoul – Korea

February 2nd, 2017

The much talked about Korean brand has not only been making waves with eyewear that hugely resonates with young consumers across the planet, but also with flagship stores that aren’t anything else you’ve ever seen.

MONDELLIANI glasses flagship store by THiRTYONE Design+Managment, Rome – Italy

February 1st, 2017

The interior concept of the Mondelliani flagship store, which opens in December, was entrusted to THiRTYONE Design+Management, the retail-focused creative company founded in 2015 by Claudia Campone. The project stays true to the Mondelliani spirit with its masterful use of colour and warm materials, recreating a welcoming and familiar atmosphere with unmistakable style.

Eye Eye Care & Clinic by Best Practice Architecture, Seattle – Washington

December 25th, 2016

The concept evolved to incorporate a series of powder-coated steel “house” frames which march rhythmically through the space. Clad with a mixture of custom acrylic and wood eyeglass display boxes and mirrored surfaces, the frames have integral lighting which allow the viewer to try on eyewear and see themselves from many angles concurrently in their own private viewing gallery.

Mykita store, Vienna – Austria

December 22nd, 2016



Furnishings are few and strictly functional, comprising of just two large eyewear walls and moveable display units crafted from black steel, all paced on fishbone parquet flooring. Walls and ceilings are kept free from fixtures, lending the room an increased airy vibe.

Optik Külling by Heikaus, St. Gallen – Switzerland

December 19th, 2016

The store design takes up the rounded shape of the glasses that is reflected in many building and design elements. The two facing display walls present glasses in metallic-look cylinders, creating a kind of wall mosaic that dissolves with the arrangement of the tubes towards the shop window.

KODAK Lens Store by Csiszer Design, Gyõr – Hungary

December 15th, 2016


The vivid, cheerful colors and simple shapes land an attractive look and friendly feel to the installation of each KODAK Lens stores.

Optician Affolter store by Barmade, Willisau – Switzerland

December 7th, 2016



A copper background serves as an exhibition surface for the eyeglasses on the wall. The horizontal laying spectacles are placed on the top of a concrete sideboard, standing in the middle of the room. Between the sideboards stand some high tables, designed for stand up consultation.

Óptica Queirós by Tsou Arquitectos, Póvoa de Lanhoso – Portugal

November 24th, 2016


The shelves of the eyeglass frames follows the shop design in all it dimension. They perform the double function of showcase from the inside and outside and also work as sun blockers. All the functional elements follow the global design, creating a unifying image of the whole.

Optic by ORA, Moravske Budejovice – Czech Republic

November 17th, 2016

Optic by ORA, Moravske Budejovice – Czech Republic

Bottega Veneta store, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

November 15th, 2016

The store interior follows the sleek design codes as laid down by Bottega Veneta’s longtime creative director Tomas Maier, featuring furnishings and fixtures as meticulously crafted as the merchandise on offer.

Gentle Monster flagship store, Shanghai – China

October 31st, 2016

Surrounded by boutiques of international high-end brands, the Gentle Monster outpost sits in a category of its own, flaunting a bold interior design that’s an intentional attack on your senses – obviously, in a good way.

Qwstion store by Christian Kaegi, Vienna – Austria

September 25th, 2016

The offerings straddle various categories of a modern urban lifestyle, featuring not only Qwstion’s coveted bag range, but also a tightly curated range of apparel, shoes, accessories, and eyewear, but also furniture pieces and home objects.

Mykita store, Los Angeles – California

September 24th, 2016

Mykita aptly marks the opening of the new boutique with a special edition frame that’s based on the miki + shades set, a classic, round aviator model with an acetate front that comes with a tailored sunglass clip-on made of stainless steel.

Dijck2 optician shop by WSB, Delft – Netherlands

September 22nd, 2016

The ambiance incorporates various retro influences, New York, Moscot, Vintage, Fun shopping without borders.

JINS Ageo Shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

September 19th, 2016

New interior walls are offset from the original wall lines, finished with brick tiles usually used for exterior finishes; shelves and display furniture are designed as independent elements detached from the building.