Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Swarovski store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Ginza

May 24th, 2011

Crystal is one of the most enigmatic forms – at once representative of extraordinary geological forces of unfathomable spatial and temporal dimension, and next a legendary artifice of Venetian glassmakers. Self-replicating, but not alive, in its natural state it is a phenomenon the visual perfection of which is virtually unattainable. It is in these supernatural and phenomenological characteristics of mineral and glass that Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has located a medium of enormous cultural resonance.

The V2K Nisantasi Store by Autoban, Istanbul

May 23rd, 2011

Located in the centre of Istanbul’s classiest shopping district, a striking angular entrance welcomes visitors to browse designer pieces by top brands from all over the world. A large angular column reaches up and past a mezzanine floor, creating an impressive space at the entrance to the store, while a gridlike wall of lightbulbs down the side of the store provides a powerful banner for slogans which can be modified as desired

Maison Martin Margiela, Tokyo

May 20th, 2011

This first Maison Martin Margiela store opened in Tokyo in 2000. Located in the ebisu area of the city, the former residence incorporates the offices and sales rooms of Kokonoe corp ltd.,
(the joint venture company in charge of the Mason Martin Marginal brand in Japan), as well as a store on the ground floor. In february 2006, the store mores to another location in a former electrical products factory building, still in the ebisu area.

Creme de la Creme by Plazma Architects, Vilnius

May 20th, 2011

Influences of nearby Scandinavia are apparent in Crème de la Crème, a fragrance and beauty care boutique that opened late last year in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The boutique is one of about 170 shops and restaurants that occupy the new, award-winning Panorama shopping centre, one of the largest and most expensive shopping malls in the Baltic countries. The store’s physical concept is by the Lithuanian Plazma architects and specifically architect Evelina Talandzeviciene. Light-colour wood, scarce furnishings, simplified lines and subdued edges create a feeling of weightlessness and free-flowing space.

Patrick Cox Shop by Sinato, Tokyo

May 19th, 2011

Patrick Cox is a fashion icon designs leather goods, shoes and accessories, which are produced with the use of eccentric materials. And now we’re meeting you with Patrick Cox’ unique contemporary shop. It is located at 17-story building in the fashion’ Mecca – Aoyama district of Tokyo, Japan. This creative futuristic project is the winner of the Japanese Commercial Designers Association Design Award 2009.

Bridal Magic by Process5 Design, Himeji

May 19th, 2011

Process5 Design of Osaka have completed the interior of this bridal shop in Himeji, Japan. Called Bridal Magic, the store has changing rooms in the middle surrounded by mirrored panels. Picture frames dotted over the mirrored surface either showcase accessories or reflect the rails of dresses arranged round the shop’s outer edge.

Cielito Querido Café

May 18th, 2011

Coffee shops are the sorts of businesses that thrive on an eclectic image, and the new Cielito Querido Cafe branding acts as an effective example of this. Designed by Esrawe, this niche Mexican venue has been overhauled with fresh coffee cups, snack packaging and interior design.

Fashion Store Interior Fame Agenda by Matt Gibson, Melbourne

May 17th, 2011

Matt Gibson is an Australia based architect who has designed this fashion store interior design for the fashion retailer Fame Agenda, located in the Docklands of Melbourne, Australia. This fashion shop interior applying a transparency and illusion concepts that could bring the customers minds interior and exterior and plays on the perspective of the arcade. The random and organic arches inspired by Thomas Heatherwick’s sculptural works providing intimacy and protection.

Antonios Markos by Gonzalez & Haase, Athens

May 16th, 2011

The new Antonios Markos store in Kolonaki, Athens follows a gallery-inspired design regime, directing the visitor as if they were viewing an exhibition. Pierre Jorge Gonzalez and Judith Haase designed the architecture, lighting and furniture in this recent project, addressing the existing space and working within its constraints. Initially, the space resembles a minimalist gallery space.

Book and Coffeeshop by MYCC, Madrid

May 13th, 2011

Spanish architects MYCC have designed the interior for a combined coffee and book shop in Madrid, exposing the original warehouse structure and inserting a glass floor between storeys. The coffee shop is open plan with white walls, flooring more typically found in a garage and flashes of orange and pink.

Shinsegae Chungcheong store by CBX, Cheonan

May 13th, 2011

The Phase I East Building of Shinsegae’s new Chungcheong store debuted in December 2010 in the heart of Cheonan’s central business district. Working together, CBX (New York) and its JMCBX division (Seoul, South Korea) designed the architectural envelope for all merchandise areas; designed all public areas and customer amenities; and directed the total design of multi-branded departments.

l’Eclaireur shop by Saq, Paris

May 12th, 2011

‘This is not just a shop; it’s a fantasy in which everyone has to find a story for themselves.’ Within the idiom of L’Eclaireur, shoppers are guests and are genuinely welcomed as such by every staff member. Adapted to his/her wishes and interest, the guest is proposed a personalized visit and in so-doing discovers the exposed goods. Here, within a retail environment that would normally highlight merchandise, the visitor plays a privileged role in the act of its ‘unveiling’.

Puma House by Nendo, Tokyo

May 11th, 2011

Designers Nendo of Japan have completed the interior of a showroom in Tokyo for sneaker brand Puma with shoes displayed on a series of timber staircases.

Jewellery Shop Design of Bunda Boutique by Snell Architects, Sydney

May 11th, 2011

Luxury and beautiful retail jewellery shop interior design to showcasing a vast array of exceptional jewelry and gemstones. Designed by Australia based designer in Sydney and Newcastle, Snell Architects, the retail jewellery shop interior design of Bunda Boutique is represent the Bunda itself as a premier Australian luxury jewelry brand of international renown, which offering an unrivalled collection of fine jewellery.

Hermes Boutique by RDAI, Paris

May 8th, 2011

Hermès never disappoints. The luxury brand has opened its first Paris boutique on the Left Bank in the city’s chic St.-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood. Designed by the French architecture firm RDAI—which has been responsible for creating all of Hermès’s stores worldwide—the stunning new shop is built on the site of a former swimming pool that dates from the 1930s.

Opticshop by Darch , Kifissia

May 6th, 2011

Transparency, semi-transparency, opaque and reflection are the main design characteristics incorporated in the design of the Laskaris Optics shop. The inspiration was drawn from the nature of the eye. These characteristics are spaciously represented by the use of curved forms and curvilinear shapes in the design of objects as tables, service counters and display cases.

Crusoe, Coimbatore by Future Research Design Company

April 29th, 2011

Store design concept from India created by Future Research Design Company for menswear brand Crusoe. They took the tag line ‘Who are you Inside?’ of the brand and created an experience around that inside this 130 sqm store in a Mall.

The Romanticism Shop by SAKO, Hangzhou China

April 29th, 2011

What a beautiful fashion retail done by Japanese architects Keiichiro Sako and Takeshi Ishizaka of SAKO Architects. The idea of this fashion store design is coming from satisfying the shopaholic and and provide them not only the great range of fashion product but also give the comfortable and chic place where they can spend their money to fulfill their desire.

D Jewelry, Pamplona

April 28th, 2011

Project picks archaic magical conception of the universe that surrounds the value of jewelry and the odd propose -against the usual crowded shop filled with jewelry, a wrapper which exposes the valuable pieces, as unique, exclusive. This creates an mysterious, strange, hollow, weightless, while eastern and Baroque atmosphere.

Obakki, Vancouver

April 21st, 2011

Mcfarlane green biggar Architecture + Design (mgb) was commissioned to design the interior for this fashion retail store. The mandate was to develop a store design that supported the simple modern and evolving aesthetic of the brand’s fashion and offer a flexible environment for showcasing clothes, jewelry and accessories.