Archive for the ‘eyewear’ category

Kite opticians by Fourmation, London – UK

July 1st, 2014

Using the geometry present in the identity to create a simple perimeter display system, the central area has a communal table to try out the latest frames, create your look and talk with the in store style advisors.

Ottica Bertelli by ARKETIPO DESIGN, Milan – Italy

June 9th, 2014

Functionally, characterised to accommodate simultaneously different customers without losing the “boutique” connotation because of the uniqueness and personalisation of the concept and the furnishings, the formal cleanliness and the delicate contaminations of materials and colours played all tone on tone.

Prism flagship store by Robert Storey and Richard Bennett, London – UK

May 31st, 2014

Designed with Prism’s inimitable aesthetic in mind, Storey has created a luxurious city dwelling for the brand, incorporating plant filled terrariums and bespoke dark wood fittings reminiscent of an exotic summerhouse, yet keeping true to Prism’s urban elegance with the use of marble, stainless steel and glass.

Clearly optic flagship store by RCG, Auckland – New Zealand

May 22nd, 2014

A key design feature of the new store is a seamless product display wall, based on the convex shape of an eye. With dimmers and programmable LED lights in the display, the wall can be transformed to create various moods and showcase eyewear 24/7. This unique solution was recently announced as a finalist of the coveted Interior Craftsmanship Award.

EYEWEAR STORES! Rivoli EyeZone Stores by Labor Weltenbau, UAE

May 18th, 2014

The developed Design Concept gives every store an uniformity in form and atmosphere, but every location shows his own spirit. Every store has to be unique. The new shop design illustrates the first-class frame collection, the high quality of eye measurement and consulting services combined with the precision of the Zeiss Lenses.

EYEWEAR STORES! Retrosuperfuture® eyewear store, New York City

May 17th, 2014

Retrosuperfuture® eyewear store, New York City

EYEWEAR STORES! Mykita eyewear shop, New York City

May 16th, 2014

A clever stage-like lighting concept adds visual drama to make make it stand out. The whole retail concept is surprisingly flexible to the extent that it easily adapts to its surroundings, in this case an art déco-style factory building.

EYEWEAR STORES! Multiopticas Elias by SUBE, Santurtzi – Spain

May 15th, 2014

Multiopticas Elias by SUBE, Santurtzi – Spain

EYEWEAR STORES! Optical shop by Arketipo Design, Rovigo – Italy

May 14th, 2014

The project of a well delineated space envelope as a “fence” with a simple, but effective exposure perimeter of illuminated shelves has become an opportunity to insert emotional and spectacular aspects that balance the spatial harmony.

EYEWEAR STORES! Optical shop by Dimensions, Patras – Greece

May 13th, 2014

All the space store, could tell anyone it is reminiscent one room school once colors and textures, lights mounted on metal, the kids side with blackboard, the handmade swing in counter, space promotion glasses who is library complete client expectations.

Burrioptik by nimmrichter architects, Zurich – Switzerland

April 6th, 2014

As a contrast the bright room is furnished with a few cubes in dark wood. It is the advisory elements, sometimes conceived as a poser table or cashier, sometimes supple-mented by easy chairs made of black molded plywood.

Lionel Sonkes Lunetterie by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects & Marc Merckx, Brussels

March 19th, 2014

Wood is also ever-present, firstly, in a grey-white brushed oak for the wall coverings and then in the reclaimed grey oak laid down in a herringbone pattern, while leather and bronze in dark hues were introduced in order to lend the space a somewhat more masculine character.

Cagnolati optometry by HEIKAUS, Duisburg – Germany

March 11th, 2014

The design line of the entire sales and consulting area with 200 m² already becomes clear in the entrance area: a continuous purist language of forms, white furnishings, white ceilings and walls are accentuated by blue colour segments in different nuances.

Optique Potts Point by Smart Design Studio, Sydney – Australia

March 5th, 2014

To make the interior highly visible we built an all-white space beneath a coloured mirror lantern, in order to create an inviting retail space as well as signal its new use to the passersby. The multi-coloured lantern makes use of high ceilings and uses four different colours of mirror as well as coloured glass, to create a complex array of reflected colours and lights.

Pimp Your Eyes Store by Lesha Galkin, Moscow – Russia

March 4th, 2014

The project is inspired by retro-futuristic dream of space traveling. Minimalistic, compact and at the same time functional interior is almost completely made of a single material: plywood. The interior is made out of 477 parts which are interconnected as a construction.

Mykita store, Zermatt – Switzerland

February 21st, 2014

The design is based on the progressive composition of different elements and contrasting materials. The retail space has been completely stripped to reveal just concrete walls and floors, and the steel girders were likewise liberated from their casing and restored to their original condition.

Ray Ban Concept Store at Covent Garden by PureSang, London

February 17th, 2014

And in this Covent Garden basement, Ray-Ban & PureSang have created by using “Cube Code”, the perfect environment for the Ray-Ban’s costumers to be prepared to get out to the world, to the light.

Carlotti optic boutique by Véronique Laurent

February 14th, 2014

The exceptional eyeglass designs can be spotted immediately when customers enter the boutique. The metallic gray wall on the left, slashed by floor-to-ceiling columns of light, shows off the precious frames. Each of the trendy pieces shown is delicately placed on a sturdy plexiglas pedestal set between rows of drawers that hold the rest of the stock.

PAPYRUS Glasses shop by Archi@Mosphere, Seoul – Korea

January 14th, 2014

Display stands that features every service expectable when encountered with a customer along with maximizing the displayed products, storage space that also has the characteristics of a showcase, lightings that are interconnected with the storage space, and the system table which allows direct contact with the customers while building a strong visual character allowed ongoing communication between the staff and the customers.

Leidmann eyewear shop by Kirsten Scholz & Stephanie Thatenhorst, Munich – Germany

December 19th, 2013

Every element reveals an affinity for perfection and an eye for detail as well as the devotion to craftsmanship, quality and tactile feedback technology. The focus is on almost nostalgic values. Back to perfection and an all-encompassing service for the customer, taking time and showing transparency.