Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

Garoa store by Una Arquitetos, São Paulo

September 1st, 2011

The Garoa store is located in a small plot at one of the most sophisticated commercial streets of São Paulo, the Oscar Freire Street. We see the corner as the place where the building has its best exposure for it is there that it is two times linked to the street, to the sidewalk.

F&F fashion store by Four IV, Prague

August 31st, 2011

As in house fashion brand that has been in TESCO superstores for 10 years F&F has been successful at delivering fast fashion to a wide audience. In 2010 decided to open their first stand alone store in Prague.

CP Company shops system by Park Associati

August 31st, 2011

The new retail concept for C.P. Company is developed from a functional idea that turns into an aesthetic statement. All the shop walls are covered with birch plywood panels, separated horizontally by strips of last generation extremely strong transparent 3M Velcro.

Mackintosh flagship store by Wonderwall, London

August 30th, 2011

The first flagship store for the brand known for its rubberized coats opened on Mount street in London. The shop consists of two levels: the ground floor and the basement.

Y. Di Cassanova store by Van Halewyck & Marco, Antwerp

August 29th, 2011

The semi-transparent aspect of the building is subtly mirrored in the interior with white glowing translucent panels.

Anukoo fair fashion shop by Atelier Heiss Architekten, Vienna

August 29th, 2011

Atelier Heiss has been entrusted with the design of the future home of the new fashion label Anukoo by EZA Fair Trade („Fairer Handel“). Anukoo stands not only for fashion with responsibility, but also for a confident visual presence with a modern design.

Review store by Russell & George, Melbourne

August 26th, 2011

Designed as a suite of components that come together to create a whole the entire store effect is created through a series of carefully composed vignettes, layers and hidden details. Elements within the store are modular and repeatable, allowing for speed in construction and limited time spent on site.

Duras Daiba by Sinato, Tokyo

August 24th, 2011

Generally the space above head height is just void for only looking in a boutique, because most of the action for buying and selling is centered close to human body. To avoid this condition, we installed imaginary ceiling made by expand-metal at 2.25m high and set up stepped platform that allows shoppers to reach the attic.

Bettina Liano flagship store by David Hicks, Melbourne

August 23rd, 2011

This flagship store for Melbourne-based fashion designer Bettina Liano was the first in a new string of stores to be opened around the country.

Van Dijk fashion store by Ooze, Rotterdam

August 22nd, 2011

The Van Dijk fashion store lies on the ground floor of a 19th century Dutch style city building in a typically very long and narrow space. The shop presents itself as an extension of the street rather than a separate luxury unit. A frameless pane of glass contributes to this blurring of the threshold between inside and out. It sets the interior space as an extension of the streetscape.

Salvor Projects shop by Ross Menuez & Nick Dine, New York

August 22nd, 2011

Salvor Projects’ Ross Menuez was an industrial designer (an award-winning one, no less) before making the jump into fashion. So no chance he would settle for a regular bricks-and-mortar space when he decided to open Salvor’s first retail store, just down the block from his studio on New York’s Lower East Side.

LIFEwithBIRD concept store by Wonder, Melbourne

August 22nd, 2011

Set within the historic backdrop of Melbourne’s GPO, the concept store for local fashion label LIFEwithBIRD explores a monochromatic texture base palette combined with streamlined custom fittings. The retail space takes on the experience of a gallery, showcasing the modern classic designs of the clothing.

ALTER concept store by 3Gatti Architecture Studio, Shanghai

August 19th, 2011

The ALTER concept store, designed by Francesco Gatti, is the result of a daring venture by its owner, Sonja Long, to open a shop with the creations of European fashion designers (still unknown in the Far East) in the trendiest, most design-oriented part of Shanghai.

Sass & Bide store by Akin Creative, Sydney

August 19th, 2011

Akin creative just finished a shop for Sass & Bide in Sydney.

Uscari by Greg Natale Design, Sydney

August 18th, 2011

Uscari is a raw, effortlessly sophisticated new fashion label. The flagship store design retains a certain restrained elegance, with minimal but impeccable detail.

Maygreen shop by Kinzo, Hamburg

August 17th, 2011

Freestanding white objects soaring close above the dark brown floor made of smoked oak. The polygonal chiseled appearance recalls the aesthetic of rugged chunks of pack ice.

Streetology by Facet studio, Sydney

August 16th, 2011

Within plastic tubes of standardized 100mm diameter, tee shirts are stored and merchandised. Within dispensers of standardized 100mm wide by 1500mm high, a maximum of 15 plastic tubes are stored and displayed. Then by repeating the dispensers by 170 times, we are now able to display a maximum of 2,550 tee shirts. If we sell one tee shirt, one plastic tube disappears from the dispenser.

Saxony World Square store by Interni, Sydney

August 16th, 2011

The store design was the vision of Saxony’s Creative Director Stan Wan, who worked with a team of professionals, including Interni and Stag Shopfitters, to execute the ambitious project.

Kocksgatan 17 Herrekipering men shop by Form Us With Love, Stockholm

August 12th, 2011

Kocksgatan 17 is a small and unique fashion store for men in central Stockholm. Form Us With Love designed the interior. The store has drawn inspiration from traditional gentlemen’s outfitters and features a library dressing room with integrated book shop.

BRAX Store by CRi Cronauer + Romani Innenarchitekten GmbH, Erlangen

August 12th, 2011

The BRAX Store in Erlangen, which was designed by CRi Cronauer + Romani Innenarchitekten GmbH, is the biggest of their own retail stores. The store concept permits to differentiate the various segments of merchandise clearly.