Archive for the ‘other stores’ category

Makro Networkplace & instore communication by Brandnew, The Netherlands

February 21st, 2017

We developed a multi-functional space where entrepreneurs can work, network, learn and do business. It is the first visual and physical expression of the transformation that Makro is going through.

Jockey Club Life Journey Center by Clifton Leung Design Workshop, Hong Kong

January 17th, 2017

Through a 60 minutes innovative and interactive “time tunnel” journey enriched by multi- media exhibits, demonstrations, audio and visual effects, participants are inspired and to create cognitive and affectionate enlightenment in understanding the life journey, in accepting being old and treasure time, in building empathy and respect elderly in the society.

Organic Farm by Arch Studio, Tangshan City – China

January 14th, 2017

The design is inspired by traditional courtyard building, the initial idea is to build a magnified courtyard house, a workplace full of natural atmosphere and flexibility, a workplace which is self-contained and forms a corresponding relation with the surrounding broad and flat field.

The New Stand store by UM Project, New York

January 5th, 2017

The brand – which claims to blur the line between physical store and media company – hopes to subvert convenience-store conventions by creating flexible retail interventions that bridge interior design, fixtures and furniture.

Occhio Store CGN by einszu33, Cologne – Germany

December 18th, 2016



The soft tone of large oak floorboards laid in a large-scale herringbone pattern goes perfectly with the rough surface of the internal walls treated with a fine-grained, mineral based plaster. The protagonists of the showroom are certainly the Occhio products themselves, displayed on so-called „space-stations“ – representing the Occhio universe.

Natural Finland Shop by Yatofu Creatives, Helsinki – Finland

December 16th, 2016



We set the brief to be an open and inviting retail space, with a bright and airy feel, while exuding the warm comfort of the Scandinavian attitude. The actual product category would be determined later, so functional aspects of the space were to be designed with an ethereal hand.

KIYA knife shop by Mandai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

December 8th, 2016

We created the space by not a “table”as an artificial product, but a “material”as part of nature. In this space, you can feel the spirit of manufacturing in Japan, affection for making things.

Betjeman & Barton Tea Boutique by iRetail Interior Design Company, Singapore

December 6th, 2016



Strategic product layout and lighting makes all the difference in the shopping experience and this boutique exudes a calm and elegant vibe that will put any customer at ease.

Loja do AquaRio gift shop by Kube Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

November 26th, 2016



For this project, Kube was inspired by the only information they had: a humpback whale’s skeleton is hang in Aquarium’s entrance hall and its best view is from inside the store. That being said, the store’s main displays were inspired by the organic curves of the whale’s ribs, giving the space a flowing and light movement, and also allowing a flexibility in the mix of products.

The Barkbershop Pet Grooming Studio & Cafe by Evonil Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

September 17th, 2016

Simple, colorful, clean, and wood shelves line surrounds all the interior walls. A full monotone gray color at the cafe flooring to keep the flooring looks clean.

AD boutique by The Purple Ink Studio, Bangalore – India

August 22nd, 2016

Terminal 2 Duty Free shop by Gruschwitz & Umdasch Shopfitting, Munich Airport – Germany

August 19th, 2016

A pillar in the middle with an artificial moss surface and the appropriate ceiling elements represents a delicate flower which displays the upmarket bags in an optimal manner. Wooden retro-style shelving stages the extensive range of spirits in a sophisticated arrangement.

Alienware theme store and internet café by Gramco, Kunming – China

June 27th, 2016

Inspired by the brand concept “ALL POWERFUL”, taking advantage of the five-meter-high ceiling of the store, this design uses lighting fixture which extends down from the top, and makes the ceiling design a corresponding style with the display desks.

Lock & Be Free shop by Wanna One, Madrid – Spain

June 26th, 2016

All the materials combine two terminations; mate (floor) and shine (walls and lockers) this trick is able to provide a volume sensation to the shop, even than the real area has only 30 m2, thanks to this, it looks much bigger and you avoid the narrow sensation.

Strutt & Parker store by I-AM, London – UK

June 17th, 2016

Miniature models have been used to create scenes reflecting both domestic life and S&P’s links to land and countryside. An easel in the window with a digital screen is a nod back to the brand’s collaboration with Christie’s International Property and the connotations of art.

Burbucar carwash by Lina Toro, Madrid – Spain

June 9th, 2016

The conventionally hidden elements are revealed: the false ceilings and CO2 conducts appeared; the divisions between technic rooms and tanks appear; the tunnel is lit up and the beauty of the most industrial engineering appears.

James Richardson duty free shop by Umdasch Shopfitting, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 6th, 2016

Focus points are info screens integrated into gondolas, whose black lacquered surfaces place the range of products in the foreground. The ceiling, designed by Umdasch Shopfitting, functions as an intuitive orientation system for visitors.

Travelled 9000km laundry / café by Formo design studio, Taipei city – Taiwan

June 5th, 2016

Most furnishings are made of construction materials(formworks & welded pipes)and used goods(a container door & metal halide lamps). We strip most of the finishes off from the walls.

Tattoaria House by Studio dLux, São Paulo – Brazil

May 23rd, 2016

The industrial style of the warehouse mix with the use of OSB and plywood furniture. To complete the interior design, there is a huge artwork that circles all the black walls of the project.

F-Concept museum store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

May 19th, 2016

A grainy texture softens the sharply cut angles and cast a dark shadow; resembling a picture in itself rather than a retail space. The dark tones eliminate distractions and focus an angle on displayed imagery.