Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Etude House flagship store by Dalziel & Pow, Seoul – South Korea

August 5th, 2017

Filled with colour, charm and fun, the store has the feel of a real home with a blend of classic and modern details. Though the iconic pink roof has been retained, Dalziel & Pow introduced a secondary palette to balance the brand’s trademark pinks.

Chan Juan Jewelry Store by Shangyuan Art Design, Shenzhen – China

August 4th, 2017

Each crystal ball looks like the bright moon under the contrast of orange color, and they correspond to the auspicious clouds which were made of screws, creating a special space atmosphere and memory, and an expectation to share the beauty of the moon together with Mr. Right.

Jian Li Ju Theatre by More Design Office, Shanghai – China

August 4th, 2017

When it is time, each participant in the production enters a small changing space, highlighted by an eerie number projected from a pinhole aperture on to the dark corridor floor. Here in a space reminiscent of a Lynch production set complete with heavy velvet curtains, they are provided with a script and transform into character.

CANDIDA megastore by Christopher Ward, Salerno – Italy

August 4th, 2017

Third opening of new Italian Fast Fashion Brand CANDIDA the Salerno megastore keeps the trend of bright and clean box with linear and smooth furniture fixtures. Visual merchandising Flexibility and Gender Neutrality are the key words for this concept in which garment comes as protagonists!

Zenith store by Span Design, Sydney – Australia

August 3rd, 2017

The design needs to represent Zenith as a combination of fashion and modern luxury pieces with the most sought-after looks of the season but still being easy and amiable for young generations to approach. When we were approaching the concept, the first word that popped up into our thoughts was “connection”.

DANDELION CHOCOLATE Kamakura by Puddle, Kamakura – Japan

August 3rd, 2017

Following the Kuramae and Ise locations of DANDELION CHOCOLATE, the third shop opened just 1 minute from Kamakura station’s west exit, in a location also known as “ura-eki”. The wooden building was previously a boutique shop for casual wear, and we took on the project to repurpose this building, as well as the surrounding environment.

%ARABICA Kuwait Roastery by Puddle, Shuwaikh – Kuwait

August 2nd, 2017

The idea for this project was first conceived at the time %ARABICA’s first Kuwait outlet opened. And by building a roastery, the purpose was to develop Business-to-Business opportunities in the region.

AutoZubak Neostar by Brigada, Zagreb – Croatia

August 2nd, 2017

Instead of in the parking lot, here the used cars are placed in a specially designed environment which uses an omnichannel approach to sales. By following global trends that connect e-commerce with physical commerce, and maximizing the benefits of both to enhance the shopping experience, the concept of this showroom adds to the recently launched Neostar.hr e-commerce website.

TULIPS store by 4D, Delhi – India

August 2nd, 2017

The store layout is planned to facilitate a consultative engagement, distinctly differentiated from a transactional one offered by others players, with the customer both visually and in person. Luxury soft furnishing on the ground floor are literally ‘woven’ around an open bespoke design studio manned by its team of interior design & décor specialists and ‘karigars’ (traditional textile craftsmen).

Base store by Minale Design Strategy, Hornu – Belgium

August 1st, 2017

It’s not just a telecom store, no, BASE is firmly planting the flag and marking the territory of a new way of life – a mobile way of life. BASE is the loyal companion that equips us to explore this brave new world.

Woodberg – natural grooming supply store by why the friday, Darmstadt – Germany

August 1st, 2017

The main element is a central zone that combines all actions performed around the retail experience: customers can sit down and receive counsel, or try Woodberg’s products at the sink. Surrounding this functional zone, several shelves for product presentation emerge from the shop’s rear side where the storage shelves are located.

DANDELION CHOCOLATE Ise Geku shop by Puddle Masaki Kato + moyadesign, Ise – Japan

July 31st, 2017

For this design it was our intention to express the existing beauty of this Tetsuro Yoshida designed building, complimenting it with our minimal additions to create a truly DANDELION CHOCOLATE-like space.

Dover Street Market, Singapore

July 31st, 2017

The store occupies a 12,325 sq.ft. [1,145 sqm.] pavilion-like structure with a high ceiling – at well over 10 metre at its highest – that’s marked by a series of colourful giant arches. Mind you, it’s the first that time colour has been used architecturally in any of Dover Street Market’s stores.

COR Shop by BLOCO Arquitetos, Brasilia – Brazil

July 29th, 2017

The client´s briefing for the shop “COR” asked us to create a space that could work both as a showroom for a Brazilian brand of paintings and architectural coatings and as the backdrop for the display of the work of the furniture designer Paulo Alves, from São Paulo.

BECYCLE fitness studio by götz+bilchev Architekten & Lien Tran & DRAA, Berlin – Germany

July 29th, 2017

Whereas traditionally gyms have pursued a more neutral or even aseptic atmosphere, our proposal follows a contemporary spirit of uniqueness and simplicity by acknowledging the less pristine and natural side of things. Where old or even decay doesn’t imply outdated but quite the contrary, an opportunity to find distinctiveness.

Backdoor – Thai Bakery by OMY design, Tel Aviv – Israel

July 29th, 2017

The ceiling is constructed by a reflective prism-geometry element. One side of the prism is covered by stainless steel in order to reflect the light coming in, making the shop brighter and creating the sensation of a higher and more aired ceiling, and on the other side – a natural green veneer that compliments the space.

Inbloom flower kiosk by Span Design, Burwood – Australia

July 28th, 2017

Dominated at the entrance of the fresh food market, the kiosk should play a role to define the market and the rest of the retail zone in the shopping centre with the display of passion for the flowers.

The Lemonade Stand pop-up store by Herschel Supply, North Vancouver – Canada

July 28th, 2017

At just 298 square feet, the pop-up space has been transformed into a modern rendition of leisurely summer days and childhood lemonade stands. A lively pink tone adorns the walls and ceiling, along with hand-painted lemon wallpaper detailing.

Thomas Cook Westfield Stratford store by Wanda, London – UK

July 27th, 2017

The focus is on the customer and how the colleagues engage throughout the course of one to one or group consultations. Technology has been introduced to enable customers to seamlessly interact with both online and physical channels and immerse themselves in the holiday experiences via in store Virtual Reality.

FrischeParadies store by ROBERTNEUN ARCHITEKTEN, Stuttgart – Germany

July 27th, 2017

The differentiated lighting concept designed by ROBERTNEUN™ ARCHITEKTEN for the stunning architecture and interior design of the recently opened Stuttgart store of FrischeParadies GmbH & Co. KG gives structure to the spacious interior, emphasising distinct zones and making it easier for customers to find their bearings in the store.