Archive for the ‘motorbike’ category

HONDA & BMW bike showroom by Carl Tran, Toulon – France

June 21st, 2017

A suspended path was made, retracing the motorcycle route, a place dedicated to motorcycles sold, consisting of an inclined ceiling and a destructured shape covered with brick cladding. Hanging and staggered tiles close the corner “BIKER MEET’S”, corner dedicated to the conviviality and the sharing between enthusiasts of the motorcycle BMW.

Mudville shop by Stone Designs, Madrid – Spain

December 26th, 2014

The whole shop is an oak wood showcase conveying warmth, community and respect for the environment. It is with no doubt a new way to understand the country motorcycle, much more connected to nature and willing to preserve the environment and not to deteriorate it.

Royal Enfield store by Lotus, New Delhi – India

November 19th, 2014

A holistic store which showcases bikes, accessories and interaction spaces manifests as a store as well as an experience centre for the brand. The store is zoned according to the motorcycles on display. Each zone brings out the characteristic the bike stands for.

Vespa Gallery by Supermachine Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

December 17th, 2013

For Bangkok branch, the given concept is tweaked away from being a little “corporate” to a more playful space by using curved brick wall mixing with graphics of different generation of Vespa advertisement posters.

Honda BigWing showroom by Whitespace, Thailand

September 14th, 2012

Honda motorcycles entrusted Whitespace to help introduce Thai consumers to their line of ‘Big Bikes’ within their new landmark building. Focusing on evoking emotions and highlighting technology, we set out to let showroom visitors feel the excitement, quality and technical edge Honda bikes long before their first test ride.

Fraser Motorcycles by Dreamtime Australia Design, Sydney

August 9th, 2011

Fraser Motorcycles are the pre-eminent retailer of prestige motorcycles in Australia. Their innovative new flagship store rejects the stark and soulless cathedrals that dominate automotive retail interiors. Instead, the facility’s dramatic design blends the industrial and the organic, engaging patrons and stimulating their imaginations.

Les Ateliers Ruby flagship store, Paris

July 15th, 2011

Les Ateliers Ruby Helmets, after numerous successful collaborations with designers around the world such as Karl Lagerfield, the online company has decided to open it’s first retail shop in Paris. The store is constructed of bolted steel, fluorescent lights, and strong black wood, all which makes up it’s retro industrial feel. In true cycle-couture form, a gold plated motorcycle acts as the bold centerpiece to the long awaited boutique.