Archive for the ‘furniture store’ category

Cork Shop by Batimat Architects, Beirut – Lebanon

September 7th, 2015



Batimat Architects designed for Cork as being a function completely open to the public for the purpose of promoting and selling design pieces in furniture and home ware accessories from a select number of international design brands, Stockholm Design House, Muuto, Discipline…

Moooi Showroom, New York City

July 30th, 2015



Moooi launched its first US showroom in May on 36 East 31st Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York.

Blum Showroom by Taller David Dana Arquitectura, Mexico City – Mexico

July 22nd, 2015



Seen from above, the cubic geometry of the Blum project becomes an incident in its surroundings, one horizontal object among many vertical on the Santa Fe financial district.

CALMA bedding store byM4, Suwon-si – South Korea

July 19th, 2015

In the end, we hoped that the space would be turned into a space where all the moments of the life can be felt with the diverse experiences that can include personal emotion by changing the display method to the one centered on experience, and approached with the design motif of ‘Change of Display, Emotion of Personal Experience’.

TOG Flagship Store by Triptyque & Philippe Starck, São Paulo – Brazil

July 17th, 2015



Triptyque Architecture was chosen by Philippe Starck to develop, under his art direction, the architectural project of TOG\’s São Paulo Global Flagship Store (Rua Iguatemi, 236), the first direct monobrand retail project from TOG, with the ambition of stirring up the concept of selling design.

Ki-mono.net Store by iRetail Interior Design Company at One KM Mall, Singapore

July 7th, 2015



This Retail Store is a Singaporean branch of a same name store located in Tokyo, Japan.

Waa! Design & Culture Showroom by So-En Lim, Johor Bahru – Malaysia

June 30th, 2015



The client is a forward thinking interior design firm with a vision to introduce concepts of Interior Branding, Culture & Lifestyle to the conservative interior design industry in Johor Bahru (Malaysia).

Florense Furniture Store by Albus, São Paulo – Brazil

June 21st, 2015



In the new store of the international furniture maker Florense, located in São Paulo, Brazil, the young architect and designer Henrique Steyer used his creativity to compose the settings in an peculiar way.

Contract Showroom by Beltá & Frajumar, Yecla – Spain

June 16th, 2015



Contract Showroom by Beltá & Frajumar, Yecla – Spain

BelMoba showroom by Heckhaus, Munich – Germany

January 20th, 2015

In its very first showroom, located at Munich’s new MONA shopping center, customers can experience firsthand the wide selection and variety of high quality products: including touching, experiencing and sample sitting. The basic idea is to combine the consisting sales channels of shopping online and showroom to one location.

BainArt Luxe store by Studio dLux, São Paulo – Brazil

October 23rd, 2014

The store has two outstanding panels that are made with the same material. The first panel is located in the facade of the store, and it was created by combining three different colours, giving it a tridimensional look.

Florense store by Albus, São Luis – Brazil

October 6th, 2014

As you enter the store, a curator’s letter, just like in an art exposition, proves that this is an unconventional showroom. Let yourself be involved and be a part of this world. In the store’s façade, large vinyl stickers create a stunning red velvet curtain. A pair of dragon-shaped majolica cachepots receive the customers.

Liqui Shop at London Design Festival 2014 by Liqui Studio, UK

September 23rd, 2014

In 2008 Liqui did their first ever show in Brick Lane – now they’ve come back in conjunction with Fry&Fry for their latest offering ‘Captivity’. It is a celebration of the character and personality Liqui instils within all of their creations.

Florense concept store by Albus, São Paulo – Brazil

September 18th, 2014

As we enter the store, a rich paneled white wall, adorned with metallic piping, create a contrast between the classic and the relaxed. An imposing antique mirror ensures that this isn’t a conventional store.

Great Dane Rebrand by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

September 15th, 2014

Great Dane and McCartney Design have worked in partnership over the past seven years in evolving the Great Dane brand. Although the brand started out as a source for Danish mid century modern furniture, it now embraces the wider idea of Scandinavian luxury.

West Elm home furnishings store by MBH Architects, Alameda – California

July 4th, 2014

A loft area at the center of the store is used for special retail displays. The interior of the rotunda houses the Design Lab, an interactive space where customers get to engage with West Elm products and choose finishes and fabrics to customize their furniture.

Domicil stores by Heckhaus, Munich, Dusseldorf – Germany

June 2nd, 2014

Beautiful designed furniture and accessories are displayed in deluxe settings. The stores provide several levels with divisions for different collections as well as unique space such as the “atelier”, the “VIP room” or the “creative studio”.

Yataş Flagship Store by YERce Architecture, Istanbul – Turkey

May 10th, 2014

A wooden path starting from outdoors and continuing indoors. We devised an engrossing and constant surface that sincerely welcomes the customer as from outside through inside of the store. We named this indoor path as “podium”. Our purpose was to make customer feel special there.

Arttdinox store by FRDC, Bangalore – India

April 23rd, 2014

The project was a restoration driven design where carefully selected architectural elements were restored to its original condition. Natural lights, Arched windows, Veranda and spatial experience was key to the retail experience and space design.

Warendorf flagship store by Blocher Blocher Shops, Düsseldorf – Germany

March 14th, 2014

Right-angled wall elements form the framework for the exhibited kitchens. From the outside they appear neutral but inside they are tailored to the different furnishing styles. This spatial design offers again and again interesting perspectives to the customers and invites them to a discovery journey through the different style worlds.