Archive for the ‘eyewear’ category

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.

Thomas Opticien Optical shop by Pisi Design Studio, Paris

October 31st, 2013

The various elements of the store aim to set a dialogue between the materials characterizing the glasses and the former book store: glass, metal and wood, in a contemporary re-interpretation of the classical parisian moldings.

Trendy by Vision Express optician saloon by EMKWADRAT Architekci, Lodz – Poland

October 8th, 2013

The space, minimalistic in terms of color and material palette, draws attention with the play of strong contrasts and the dynamic modeling of refracting surfaces of walls, furniture and mirrors. The aesthetic counterpoints to this “geometry of crystal” are the ovals of soft seats, cozy carpets and natural feeling of wood.

Optic store by studio 7 designs, Vadodara – India

October 4th, 2013

We have used white colour in entire store to highlight product as store is very small. We have avoided heavy design elements and kept it as simple as possible to highlight the product.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – Palo

August 29th, 2013

Palo was founded by famous Spanish designer Enoc Armengol in Barcelona in 2010. The name -Palo- means “wooden stick” in Spanish and gives a playful tribute to its Spanish origins and funkier side.

Kraft optics by Heikaus, Gerlingen – Germany

July 31st, 2013

The old rooms have been turned into an industrial-design loft apartment. Upon entering, a large cognac-coloured lounge sofa invites you to sit down. That‘s the idea behind it – this is where customers are consulted by competent staff.

Zoff Eyewear Shop by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Iruma – Japan

July 9th, 2013

In an attempt to ‘capture pockets of colour that people view in their daily lives in the city’, Moreaux has created modularized coloured blocks to feature as design displays, fixtures and modules. These rectangular blocks are fitted at irregular heights contributing to the playful feel of the shop.

Warby Parker flagship store, New York

July 4th, 2013

Warby Parker flagship store, New York

LILA optical store by Aleksandar Bauer, Belgrade – Serbia

May 22nd, 2013

LILA optical store by Aleksandar Bauer, Belgrade – Serbia

Optique Ampere optical shop by Cyrille Druart, Grenoble – France

March 8th, 2013

The guiding principle inside is easily noticeable, with a glasses display shelving that runs for 90+ metres, spread over eights levels. It provides a frame to the shop, and visual continuity with the street outside.

Optik Ganz by Heikaus, Krumbach – Germany

February 22nd, 2013

The entrance area is light and open to put the long consulting table into the spotlight effectively. Stylish details like the red lounge chairs and the high-pile carpet fit the company’s logo and provide colour accents that contrast with the resplendent white presentation walls.

DR. York optical store by DCPParquitectos, Los Angeles

November 30th, 2012

On the way to display it look to be a prefabricated modular system, which in addition to providing much flexibility in display options were removable and inexpensive. That is why the modules were designed based MDF with recycled cardboard tubes cut edge and a movable shelving system giving the possibility of multiple configurations.

Robert Marc boutique by Neal Beckstedt, New York

October 15th, 2012

Neal Beckstedt Studio designs new retail concept for eyewear designer and ACE Visionary Award winner Robert Marc for his existing Madison Avenue boutique.

The Optometrist by Greg Natale, Sydney

September 22nd, 2012

The cabinetry, which is both a functional furniture element for showcasing the spectacles and a sophisticated decorative element, illustrates Natale’s philosophy of integrating architecture, design and decoration in a project. The lighting technique of concealing the light source was borrowed from high-fashion retail spaces.

Optik Weiss by Heikaus, Aichtal – Germany

September 18th, 2012

The new Aichtal branch of popular optician Weiss in the Stuttgart area has been a true eye-catcher since Heikaus re-designed it into a piece of design artwork. Outstanding furnishing with an open fireplace creates a tasteful environment. The customer is comfortable and inspired in his selection here.

Robert Marc eyewear store by S. Russell Groves Architect, New York

August 1st, 2012

The new store relates to a relaxed sense of luxury and features custom made furniture, display cases and cabinetry inspired by classic American mid-century modern design. Our new retail concept creates an engaging experience in a neighborhood setting where the eyewear shines.