Archive for the ‘luxury’ category

Saint Laurent flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

April 26th, 2017

Occupying three expansive floors, the interior features the design codes that were laid down by Hedi Slimane, Saint Laurent’s previous creative director, and incorporates luxurious materials such as marble, nickel, clear glass, and leather.

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.

Louis Vuitton store renewal by Jun Aoki and Peter Marino, Hong Kong

March 22nd, 2017

Upon entering the premises, plush settings by Peter Marino, another longtime collaborator of the luxury brand, unfold across two expansive floors, featuring a string of homey seating arrangements surrounded by custom-made shelving, displays, and curated pieces of art.

Balenciaga store by Gonzalez Haase, Paris – France

March 14th, 2017

Following last year’s launch of a brand new Balenciaga boutique in Los Angeles – the first major retail endeavour under the supervision of the Georgian designer – its flagship store at homebase Paris has now been fully revamped according to the latest design codes.

Nuun Jewels’ showroom by Brunoir and Java Architecture, Paris – France

February 28th, 2017

For Nuun’s first showroom, the company’s art director and founder Nourah Al Faisal called on Brunoir to deliver a space that embraces the jewellery brand’s Middle East-meets-French identity. Together with Java Architecture, Brunoir developed the concept of a jewellery box, exemplified by a double-skin partition that runs along the main wall.

B-No7 store by CuldeSac, Moscow – Russia

February 25th, 2017

Materials such as steel, brass, velvet or natural stones such as onyx are present in a space that has been configured through different stagings. In addition, through the itinerary, it is possible to find elements such as cordoned areas, that –in the same way that happens in large museums- emulate the presence of important art treasures.

Dior Homme store, Los Angeles – California

February 17th, 2017

The Dior Homme store boasts a distinct aesthetic of its own, featuring a multi-dimensional space that incorporates luxurious materials with rich and tactile finishes throughout, captured by mixture or modern and traditional elements.

Valentino store by David Chipperfield Architects, São Paulo – Brazil

February 11th, 2017

Following the opening of its first store at Cidade Jardim mall in São Paulo four years ago, revived Italian fashion house Valentino has opened a second boutique at Jk Iguatemi, a rivalling luxury mall situated only a stone’s throw away across the Pinheiros river.

Brooks Brothers Fashion Boutique by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Hong Kong

January 23rd, 2017

A new set of vintage display tables was introduced to fill the floor space, attaching with low displaying units such as trunks and antique small tables for a dual display system. The iconic grayish mosaic is used in this shop in combination with the dark walnut wooden flooring in order to create the different zoning.

Ralph Lauren store by MNA, Hong Kong

November 22nd, 2016



Ralph Lauren chose to broadcast their distinctly American brand through a distinctly American style that is classic, luxurious and unique.

Ralph Lauren flagship store by MNA, Bangkok – Thailand

November 14th, 2016

Taking inspiration from the forms of Richard Serra, the interior storefront is comprised of full height curving teak wood and glass panels that mimic the curvilinear character of the mall, so that the spaces flow seamlessly from one to the next.

Dior store by Peter Marino, Barcelona – Spain

November 7th, 2016

The palette combines greys, silver, metallic, and last but not least, plenty of mirrors, captured by a variety of materials and textures.

Raschini boutique by SL project, Monte Carlo – Monaco

November 3rd, 2016

Massive elements of cherry veneer, corporate colors of the Italian fashion House, like the prows of yachts in the Monaco harbour, creating the interior architecture.

Closet store by Meregalli Merlo Architetti Associati, Singapore

October 28th, 2016

The entire surface of walls and floor is covered with a Carrara marble cladding, thus creating a completely white box. Furniture elements combine glossy golden and mirror finishings.

G&B boutique by Baciocchi Associati, Courmayeur – Italy

October 20th, 2016

Rich, green-veined stone tiles line the interior creating an opulent and chic floor covering throughout. The luxurious nature of the store is only heightened by a striking brass chandelier that decorates the centre of the space.

Josefinas flagship store by Christian Lahoude Studio, New York City

October 11th, 2016

The fabrics, wall coverings and other materials were selected to reflect the strength and femininity of the brand, including leather and faux fur used by Josefinas in their designs.

REDvalentino flagship store by India Mahdavi & Pierpaolo Piccioli, London – UK

October 5th, 2016

The sinuous lines of individual elements blend with the collections on display, animating the versatile and multiform space, which is primarily composed of three colors: white, pink, and ochre.

Dolce & Gabbana store by Curiosity, Tokyo – Japan

September 26th, 2016

Dolce & Gabbana store by Curiosity, Tokyo – Japan

Louis Vuitton store relocation, St. Petersburg – Russia

September 23rd, 2016

On the premises of the new boutique is a special section that features Les Parfums de Louis Vuitton, its newest fragrance collection. And to celebrate the store opening, limited edition shoe models have been released exclusively at the new boutique.

Saks department store by Found, New York City

September 19th, 2016

The rotunda draws daylight into the building, as well as providing an eye-catching view of the kinetic street spectacle outside. A cylindrical marble tower within the rotunda houses the escalator, while the journey upwards leads into a stepped ‘amphitheater’ populated with mannequins.