Archive for the ‘other stores’ category

OTTO BOCK Lifestyle Store by Coordination Asia, Shanghai

April 6th, 2012

Tasteful and contemporary, the store combines bright white and vibrant green against classic, grey slate paving to striking effect. A butterfly motif, both digital and in reflective glass, is referenced throughout the space: playful and fun, the creature encapsulates agility, grace and energy – all qualities of the Otto Bock brand.

AETHERstream moveable retail deployment by Thierry Gaugain

March 30th, 2012

There’s no question the Aether pop up shop, which the L.A.-based outfitter has dubbed the AETHER STREAM, is one of the most awesome moveable retail deployments I’ve ever seen. In concept the formula is simple, take a 34′ Airstream PanAmerica (originally made in Jackson Center, Ohio — what what), hire Paris-based designer Thierry Gaugain to make it look like a bad ass hybrid den / workshop and then attach it to an especially made Armbruster WWII canvas army tent.

Canadian Tire store by RAI Architect Inc., Bowmanville – Canada

March 18th, 2012

An integrated design approach helped this retailer achieve a continuous improvement goal — the store is 75 percent more energy-efficient than the prior prototype.

dpHUE concept store by Julie Snow Architects, Maple Grove – Minnesota

March 3rd, 2012

Our clients had a fresh new brand, product and customer experience that needed an architectural space to support their company’s mission. Customer experience was of the utmost importance and guided all design decisions from concept through completion.

House of Fraser virtual shop, Aberdeen

February 26th, 2012

At Aberdeen opened House of Fraser his first virtual store. At 140m² retail space over 1,000 labels are offered – via iPad. The so-called “Buy & Collect” – Stores will serve as an order and pick-up platform.

Mondadori Cook&Books shop by Hangar Design Group, Milan

January 25th, 2012

The layout of the retail space, inspired by the atmosphere pleasant and enveloping the typical bistrot, is made of corners and areas where design, cuisine and culture meet; areas dedicated to the best brands of kitchen items harmoniously alternate with areas showing cookbooks signed by international chefs.

Estella brand identity & interior by Twelve Studio, Cologne

January 20th, 2012

Estella, in Germany, is the first of a brand new retail chain that celebrates the joy of cooking and great food. Part kitchenware store, part food retailer and part cooking experience. Developed around the simplicity and quality of Mediterranean cuisine the first store opened in Cologne

Eco Shoppe Great Hills Station by Kiku Obata & Company, Austin – Texas

December 22nd, 2011

For this LEED Silver store, 87.5 percent of construction waste was diverted from a landfill. Fixtures of 32 percent recycled content contribute to a 40.2 percent level for store materials overall. Remilled FSC-certified wood from barns and demolished buildings adds rustic charm as flooring and cashwrap surfaces.

Kringwinkel (Op Shop) by Mojo, Mechelen – Belgium

November 7th, 2011

Mojo opted for a sleek design with a few ethnic influences. The basic interior primarily consists of a mix of multiplex and white elements, complemented by subtle colour accents for each category.

Marttiini shop by Amerikka, Helsinki

October 10th, 2011

The World’s finest Puukko shop. The “Puukko” is a traditional Finnish knife; a crafted object and an everyday tool. Marttiini has manufactured knives in Lapland, Northern Finland since 1928. The new Marttiini shop is situated in the heart of Helsinki, with Senate Square and the Cathedral seen from the window.

Dude Cigar Bar by Studiomake, Bangkok

September 13th, 2011

Dude Cigar Bar is located on Sukhumvit Road, in the heart of Bangkok. The red bricks– a material request by the owner– were carefully rotated at different angles to allow people walking by the shop to peek into the space from the outside. The material vocabulary is comprised of teak, brick, and sand-finish powder-coated steel to keep the space texturally rich.

Atrium by Studio RHE, London

September 9th, 2011

For the last twenty years, Atrium has been located in the base of the Centrepoint tower, the iconic building that once held the title of the tallest building in London. Recently Atrium has made a professional move away from modern furniture supply to selling the finest lighting products – a move that needed both explanation and celebration.

Evita Peroni flagship store by SHH, Dubai

August 30th, 2011

SHH have created a new retail concept called ‘Lotus’ for Danish fashion and accessories brand EVITA PERONI, seen here at the brand new Dubai Mall. EVITA PERONI now has franchisees and distributors for over 300 stores and concessions in over 30 countries worldwide, including outlets in Europe, Asia, the Far East, the Middle East, South Africa, North and South America.

SUDS Laundrette by Plus Architecture, Melbourne

August 29th, 2011

The aim for Suds was to turn a mundane task into a fun and unique experience through design. Taking its inspiration from the Alice in Wonderland checkerboard, the central area of the laundrette is clad in fabricated grass.

East India Company branding and interior design by Four IV

August 26th, 2011

A gated entrance takes you into a spectacular interior, the floor of which is constructed of renewable woods from around the world. At its heart is a wooden mosaic inspired by the Company’s original symbol of excellence – the Chop Mark.

Maurice Dry Cleaners by Snell Architects, Sydney

August 17th, 2011

300 metres of bright yellow clothesline and recycled PET wall linings reminiscent of the lint behind your dryer door are some of the elements that _SNELL brought to the new Maurice Dry Cleaners in Westfield Sydney’s newest centre.

Pass The Baton by Wonderwall, Tokyo

August 5th, 2011

Represented here in the interior design is a recapitulation of the concept and activity of the brand to “pass on things that you truly love” hence “PASS THE BATON” seen in the first store in Marunouchi. The new store also showcases the flow or the communication involved in passing things on.

Habitat Antique by Facet Studio, Osaka

July 26th, 2011

Located at a residential area in Japan is a small shop which sells antiques. “Antiques” are objects which are, different from manufactured products, becoming increasingly charming together with the passing of time. Furthermore, it is also dependant on the location and era of collection that the objects possess their own individuality. The characteristic of this shop is that there is only one of each item, honouring their individuality.

Air New Zealand’s ‘Clothes Hangar’ by Gascoigne Associates & Saatchi Design, Auckland

June 22nd, 2011

Air New Zealand’s ‘Clothes Hangar” brief was to create a space that embodied Trelise Cooper’s new uniform design direction and the Air New Zealand brand. The solution the designers came up with is a nod to a swept up eclectic kiwi Bach, providing staff a ‘shopping’ experience like none other.