Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Lurdes Bergada by Dear Design, Barcelona

July 11th, 2011

Situated in one of the best shoppingmalls in the city centre, L’Illa Diagonal, the new flagship store from Lurdes Bergada is divided into two clearly defined areas linking technical aspects of a clothing store behind a “wooden skin” and keeping clothes as the main focus.

Kabiri jewelry flagship store, Covent Garden, London

July 11th, 2011

“Our most breathtaking revelation, the Kabiri flagship store in Covent Garden is unique in it’s breathtaking elegance and adept use of shadow and space. Spread over two floors, we individually highlight 65 independent jewellery designers in this diverse but inviting location.

Louis Vuitton Underground store, Tokyo

July 11th, 2011

Despite the hassle that such an incident might create to customers and the company, Louis Vuitton found an interesting approach to deal with it! They seized the opportunity and designed the underground level to a concept store, while passing the message to its clients and visitors that we are “under construction” and in transition!

The Tally Weijl Store by Dan Pearlman, Paris

July 10th, 2011

Totally Sexy With disco balls, spotlights, glitter, and mirrors, the young-fashion brand TALLY WEiJL invites its self-assured protagonists to step into a world that reflects their lifestyle. TALLY WEiJL makes carefree fashionistas the stars of the show and celebrates the ‘fun-loving’ credo of the target teenage-market segment.

Unleashed Dog Spa, Vancouver (A.R.E Awards)

July 10th, 2011

This full-service dog grooming specialty store was given a spalike, high-quality setting. An eye-catching feature that attracts attention from the street, two custom play/lounge hoops invite dogs to lounge on pillowed cushions in sculpted metal hoops.

Kastner & Ohler Graz, Austria (A.R.E Awards)

July 10th, 2011

The goal: to create Austria’s largest, most modern and most beautiful department store—and incorporate traditional values. The resulting space is reminiscent of the Belle epoque era in 430,556 square feet across six floors.

Jeweler franchise Zlatarne Celje concept stores by OFIS arhitekti, Slovenia

July 9th, 2011

The project concept derived from a bank’s safety deposit boxes and is implied in all 3 store types (shopping centre shop points, high street flagship stores and investment center points). In both the shopping centre and high street stores the concept is adapted to create a warm domestic feeling inside.

Super A Market by Wonderwall, Tokyo

July 8th, 2011

The concept behind the interior design of this luxury multi-brand boutique is centered on the idea of shopping for luxury items, which housed in an environment that emanates the enjoyment, the surmise and the ease of a supermarket.

Macy’s Oakbrook Womens Shoe Department, Oakbrook (A.R.E Awards)

July 8th, 2011

A 15,400-square-foot shop within a shop, Macy’s women’s shoe department features curvilinear aisles and fixtures that set a central hub for Macy’s Impulse brand and serve as the focal point of the floor plan. Merchandise categories are separated into “rooms” using transparent architectural screen dividers, creating “lifestyle rooms.”

Ran Stone Hairdresser by Ilan Adar and Ronen Landes, Netanya

July 8th, 2011

Israeli designers Ilan Adar and Ronen Landes recently have completed the Ran Stone – Hairdresser interior design project located in Netanya, Israel. The barbershop is located next to the beach – on a hill overlooking the sea in Netanya City center.

holpe+ by rkd retail/iQ, Shenzhen (A.R.E Awards)

July 7th, 2011

Judges loved the simplicity of this retail environment that used materials and space to create an upscale impression focused on the brand and marketing for the mobile communications retailer. Targeting two key customer groups, fashion and business, designers created a relaxing, informative and welcoming space to contrast with the cutting-edge merchandise and services.

The Flagship Store Powered by Reebok, New Meadowlands Stadium (A.R.E Awards)

July 7th, 2011

In a most unique twist, one store serves as two at the flagship store of the New York Giants and New York Jets at the New Meadowlands Stadium. With Giant blue and Jet green, the interchangeable store provides an appropriate backdrop to each team’s branded merchandise.

Sneakerology by Facet studio

July 7th, 2011

In each of the 200mm x 600mm boxes, one by one, sneakers are carefully collected. The boxes are repeated, and offset by half unit on each level, and carried through repeatedly over an entire wall. Something which has little meaning on its own, when repeated 281 times over, it creates a euphoric effect for one to experience a heightened emotion.

Blue Blood B.B. store by Framework Architects, Rotterdam

July 7th, 2011

Blue Blood store in Rotterdam, Oude Binnenweg 65. It’s fabulous.

Vertu flagship store by Klein Dytham architecture, Tokyo

July 6th, 2011

KDa’s latest project is a new boutique for Vertu in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo’s most exclusive shopping district. In designing a space in which to present such beautiful, exquisitely crafted objects, KDa’s approach was to create an interior that matched the sophistication and attention-to-detail of Vertu phones.

Levi’s Flagship Store Regent Street, London (A.R.E Awards)

July 6th, 2011

Creating a variety of spaces to help with that goal, shoppers now can see the jeans in its 22 stages of washing in the 501 area, view art exhibitions in the Origin Gallery, and enjoy a personalized way to buy jeans in the Inspection Room, where leg forms dressed in each available jean style show buyers fit and color.

Bookstore Selexyz Dominicanen by Merkx+Girod Architects, Maastricht

July 6th, 2011

The contemporary building interior of the Bookstore Selexyz Dominicanen was designed by Merkx+Girod architects in Maastricht, Netherlands for the Dutch booksellers Selexyz Dominicanen. Merkx+Girod were commissioned by the Dutch booksellers to convert the interior of the former Dominican Church in Maastricht into a modern bookstore.

Hofstede Optiek by Alexander Nowotny, The Hague

July 5th, 2011

Very exciting and experimental approaches to shop design can be observed at opticians as of late. Glasses and sunglasses are fashion accessories today. All opticians carry a big line of designer brands, and through individual, imaginative shop design increasingly are creating a unique selling proposition.

Liverpool Polanco Department Store, Mexico City (A.R.E Awards)

July 5th, 2011

This full-line, flagship department store delivers a simple but powerful design that enhances the Liverpool Brand while captivating and inspiring shoppers. A combination of hyper-scale staircase and visual art, including a feather sculpture, adds “wow” while inspiring vertical movement throughout the space.

Tenue de Nîmes denim shop, Amsterdam

July 5th, 2011

“In Amsterdam, where two denim aficionados Menno van Meurs and René Strolenberg launched their shop ‘Tenue de Nîmes‘ in November last year. Divided into two sections – in the ‘old’ part of the store you’ll find denim brands like: Levi’s Red, Lee jeans, Denim Demon, IJIN Material, Momotaro jeans, Nudie Jeans and G-star. In the ‘new’ part Tenue de Nîmes presents a blend of contemporary fashion for men and women, with brands like: Whyszeck, Cheap Monday, Velour and the handmade Tenue de Nîmes private label.”