We focussed on the customer navigation and orientation. With the creation of a new entrance, which is well visible from the property entrance and the parking places, we communicate a true new “Welcome” with clear guidance.
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Things are going well for new york-based menswear designer todd snyder. Previously honing his skills at both Ralph Lauren and J.Crew, he decided to launch his own brand in 2011. After opening up shop in Nolita, he has followed up a previous pop-store by boldly planting a flag in Tokyo’s boutique-infested Shibuya neighbourhood.
The linear detailed entrance compliments the circular wall partitions to offer a sense of removal. To contrast, mirror panels line the adjacent wall to create the illusion of a larger space. This is further achieved through a calm palette, as light ceiling and floor finished delicately contrast with the leather detailing to portray a sense of sophisticated indulgence.
Ania Kruk is a brand with unique history. Despite its young age it carries almost 200 years of family goldsmith tradition as the frst goldsmith workshop signed by the name of Kruk was established in 1840. It was the family tradition that inspired architects from mode:lina studio while creating a new interior design for Ania Kruk boutique.
Developed as a prototype store and the first to display the newly developed retail design concept by Plajer & Franz Studio, the PORSCHE DESIGN store-in-store in Stuttgart’s prestigious department store Breuninger perfectly reflects the DNA of the brand. The store design is simple and functional with intelligent detail solutions.
Dunns is an affordable fashion retailer with more than 250 stores throughout predominantly rural towns in Southern Africa. To create this new identity it was necessary to find Dunns’ key differentials from its competitors, which are: Celebrating and catering for the distinctive curvaceous African figure, whether male or female, whilst not excluding customers with different body types.
Curve stones from the base of the walls, tramlines support freestanding furniture elements and elevated public benches serve as display systems for footwear. A high level of execution, eye for detailing and gloss finishing discern the store from the real street outside and add value to the apparel on sale.