Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Papersmiths store by studio B, London – UK

July 5th, 2017

Working with three primary materials – European solid Douglas timber, speckled jesmonite and dusky pink encaustic tiles – together with a muted palette of light and neutral tones, B have created a bold yet simple interior to showcase the products.

Aesop store by Tacklebox Architecture, New York City

July 4th, 2017

Two of the walls are lined with vertical strips of milled pine plywood, oriented so the layers are visible. Shelves for displaying Aesop’s distinctively branded products that protrude from the wooden wall take the shape of upturned clothes hangers – “a subtle gesture referencing the former life of the building”.

Pokusa cake shop by Ofisovnia, Mielec – Poland

July 4th, 2017

Decorative elements refer to the branch: baking mold used as lamps, photos of the branded baking on the walls and baking trays painted in powder pink – that is the keynote. Thoroughly chosen furniture, pillows, blankets, flowers and candles have a huge impact on extraordinary atmosphere of the place.

Bosideng Fashion Store Interior by Ito Masaru Design

July 4th, 2017

Bosideng Fashion Store Interior by Ito Masaru Design

Papersmiths store by studio B, London – UK

July 3rd, 2017

B have collaborated with Nottingham based surface designer, Katie Gilles, on bespoke jesmonite surfaces and display plinths. “Freckled with black and pink pigment, the jesmonite reflects the tactile qualities of handmade paper while chalky pink tiles and Dinesen Douglas floating shelves in a white Lye oil and soap finish provide a soft, neutral backdrop.” says Sidonie Warren, co-founder of B and Papersmiths.

Viu boutique, Copenhagen – Denmark

July 3rd, 2017

For this setting, cues have been taken from Danish traits and values, such as closeness to nature and ecological thinking, and these are captured by the use of natural and sustainable materials.

BRADI TOSCANI by Sestini&Corti, Chianciano Terme – Italy

July 2nd, 2017

The main counter has been lighted up to give the right relevance to the product, while on the back wall of the counter has been installed a reclaimed wood panel with engraving laser drawings and logo.

Regal Shoes store by NUDES, Mumbai – India

July 2nd, 2017

The top surface of the cube is diagonally split to create backlit triangular apertures that transform in surface area. The level of the cube drives the area of the triangular aperture. Higher the level of the cube, larger is the surface area of the back-lit triangular aperture.

IGA Summer Hill supermarket by loopcreative, Sydney – Australia

June 30th, 2017

A modified Italian Apeliono features in the entry of the store, which is used for visual merchandising and display and is a unique point of difference that reinforces the European Market feel.

Papyrus Gallery by Atelier.Archi@Mosphere, Seoul – South Korea

June 30th, 2017

The key components of the ‘Multi-Functional Platform ’which includes the‘display device’,‘art marketing components’ and ‘visual character devices’ are implemented in the‘Wall Module System’using a consecutive line.

LODOVNIA store by mode:lina Architekci, Poznań – Poland

June 29th, 2017

The interior is a black and white composition as well, warmed by triangle-shaped elements made of natural plywood. Both the triangles and the shape of a sport cone further connect with the letter V in LODOVNIA’s logo, which makes the architectural result consistent with the ice cream shop’s visual identity system.

Ace&Tate eyewear boutique by Weiss–Heiten Design, Belgium

June 29th, 2017

We are happy to share some pics from our recently finished project in Belgium: The Gent signature store for ace&tate.

Superfeet store by Team A Ventures at Packages Mall, Lahore – Pakistan

June 28th, 2017

Explore the dynamic nature of movement of shoes as a result of their function and translate the energy, flow and engagement into the retail experience. Use the design of the product displayed as inspiration for color, texture and form. Use the storage/container of shoe boxes as a focal point and make it an interactive part of the retail area.

Antonioli Y-3 Pure Boost installation by StudioXAG, Milan – Italy

June 28th, 2017

The products are heroed on clusters of black spheres peppered along an existing wedge platform. In a rich variety of textures, huge matte and glossy black balloons nestle amongst flocked hemispheres topped with glossy acrylic.

Sisters Beauty Lounge by Brand Creative, Dubai – UAE

June 27th, 2017

We were asked to create a flagship look for the brand that takes cues from the luxury hospitality industry, a theme deriving from the so-called ‘beauty hotel.’ The notions of comfort permeates throughout the design concept with each furniture piece selected for it’s ergonomic properties from both a customer and a service staff point of view.

FLOS Scandinavia Showroom by OeO Studio, Copenhagen – Denmark

June 27th, 2017

The masonry was carefully selected by OEO Studio to create a perfect contrast and to give emphasis to the FLOS lighting products. The OEO Studio-designed showroom features many unique architectural details, including bespoke shelving units and a playful and inspiring new display system that offers an interesting approach to display lighting.

Go Sport store by Brand Creative, Dubai – UAE

June 27th, 2017

Bold lighting techniques and unconventional volumes add character to the space and increase consumer engagement. Our in-house graphics team designed customised apps to incorporate into the zones and complement each different theme and product offering.

Cross-Sheaffer pen store by David Adcock and Sean Revell, Swindon – UK

June 26th, 2017

Much of the products are presented as self-service items with more premium pens and gifts displayed under glass. Materials were selected to remain functional and to provide a neutral background to the product whilst clearly linking to the strong brand colours of Black and Yellow.

LET’s RIDE Lafayette by DAS-studio, Paris – France

June 26th, 2017

The same brass is used for the lights that are custom made to fit the space and within shelfs and counter top of the lobby. Concrete for which DAS-studio has a particular affection, was used to cast the front desk.

Prada pop-up store, Tokyo – Japan

June 26th, 2017

Amidst a specially designed setting, featuring Prada’s iconic black + white checkered floor, furnishings comprising of large trunks, in addition to shelving and props in shiny chrome.