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Patchi chocolate shop Nobu by Lautrefabrique Architects, Ryiadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

April 22nd, 2016

Clearly sequenced, the hundred and eighty square meters are subtly divided, as is often the case with Patchi stores, into separate universes: from an area with presentation boxes and countless other precious containers to the reception area, materialized by a copper desk with natural contours to the chocolate counter with its signature ebony walls.

Chanel store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 22nd, 2016

The structure features a striking gradient glass façade that incorporates extensive technical research and architectural innovations, and arguably the most challenging one being to find a way to cement the bricks together without the need for traditional mortar.

Dior flagship store by Peter Marino, San Francisco – California

April 21st, 2016

The ground floor is dedicated to a mix of merchandise across all categories, including handbags and accessories, and there’s also a salon for fine jewellery and watches. One floor up, along a dramatic staircase embedded in a huge video wall, Dior’s ready-to-wear collections are presented.

Consulting company office by Katz, Riga – Latvia

April 21st, 2016

The colour palette chosen for this interior is calm and moderate – grey, beige, silver, black and white. There are a lot of glass surfaces and walls, as well as a glazed roof and many dormer windows that provide a lot of natural daylight and a feeling of wide space in the room.

Jac+ Jack store by George Livissianis, Sydney – Australia

April 21st, 2016

Parts of the concrete shell, most notably the ceiling with meandering utility pipes and pillars, form an integral part of a beautifully balanced monochrome palette of grey hues.

Bolon Eyewear store by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Shanghai – China

April 21st, 2016

The shop space is characterised by the use of high-quality materials such as a white marble floor and black marble for the characteristic presentation cases and service desk. A leather-covered expanse of wall provides an additional focal point within the space, as well as creating a warm setting for in-depth consultations.

Power Buy store by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

April 20th, 2016

A consumer centric approach, magnifying opportunities for customer product/staff engagement across product categories wrapped in a warmer, lifestyle-oriented interior design.

FIT: Fast Interior Tunning” by Egue y Seta for Endutex, Madrid – Spain

April 20th, 2016

Under two slanted thresholds that seem to defy gravity, an ensemble of meeting lounge and window shop is set on one side, while the counter and bar reception have been located on the opposite end.

Marseilles Docks by 5+1AA, Marseille – France

April 20th, 2016

The Marseilles Docks as a place of architecture which is an answer to a specific context: an intervention on sensitivity and place specificity, Marseilles in relation to the Docks, the city and the sea.

Sun68 store by C&P Architetti, Piacenza – Italy

April 20th, 2016

Sun68 store by C&P Architetti, Piacenza – Italy

Ur & Penn store by Dalziel & Pow, Gothenburg – Sweden

April 19th, 2016

Operational simplicity was an important part of the Ur & Penn brief. Dalziel & Pow created a modular cube-based system combining low-level storage, serviced glass display cabinets and open displays where customers can touch and engage with the product.

Printa screen printing workshop by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop, Budapest – Hungary

April 19th, 2016

The galvanized steel frames, the wall storage and the tables are all serving this purpose. The fixed elements such as the bar and the dressing area are appearing like strong, sculptural forms.

Level Shoe District – Mens Department by Shed., Dubai – UAE

April 19th, 2016

Finer reference to craftsmanship is expressed in bespoke furniture such as the machined metal tables forming tiered display footwear collections. Timber and mirror product vitrines corner quadrants and focus toward the central machined feature table.

PESERICO store at Crocus by C&P Architetti, Moscow – Russia

April 18th, 2016

PESERICO store at Crocus by C&P Architetti, Moscow – Russia

Atelier New Regime store, Montreal – Canada

April 18th, 2016

Occupying the ground floor premises of a lowrise building, it measures approx. 56 sqm. [600 sq.ft.], and features an interior that’s entirely dipped in a funky, bright orange hue, including the windows, and all furnishings and fixtures.

Sport Klöpping by Konrad Knoblauch, Jessen – Germany

April 17th, 2016

On site, euro-pallets were stacked up to create tables, spruce planks were used as wall panelling and clothes are suspended on chains in the staircase. Pre-designed stencils were used to write cheeky slogans onto furniture and walls.

SECOO flagship boutique by Tomo Yamakawa Design, Beijing – China

April 16th, 2016

“Metal Fabric Device” brings out the rich variety of different spaces for each divided area, but also it is connected gradually letting you feel each existence. And also allocating white marble space with bright lighting and hexagonal dark oak space with low sealing height in order by metal fabric, you would feel alternate cozy space and lively space.

Issey Miyake store, Chengdu – China

April 15th, 2016

Occupying two lofty floors of a modern structure, the retail space has been designed by the brand’s in-house design team, and features a pristine white interior, furnished with boxy, modular displays and sleek metal clothing racks in a similar hue.

Mey lingerie store by Konrad Knoblauch, Constance – Germany

April 15th, 2016

A particular eye-catcher in the Mey Store in Constance is a large, rustic vintage wooden table used to display the lingerie highlights.

Patchi chocolate shop at Yas Mall by Lautrefabrique Architects, Abu Dhabi – UAE

April 14th, 2016

From floor to ceiling, the whole scenography pays attention to the slightest detail. Through the use of cleverly orchestrated repetition, symmetry and opposition a sense of unity is maintained.