Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Dover Street Market, London – UK

July 10th, 2016

And as usual with each of the store’s changeovers, there’s a lot of novelties to take in, be it new Comme des Garçons collections, new brands or new settings. Upon entering the ground floor shoppers stumble upon a newly installed Comme des Garçons installation in the event space which presents five key pieces from its A/W 2016 women’s collection.

Balenciaga flagship store, Los Angeles – California

July 9th, 2016

upervised by Gvasalia himself, the palette incorporates an eclectic variety of materials, ranging from concrete and satin, to cast aluminum and glass, resulting in an aesthetic that pairs references of Balenciaga’s couture history and its original headquarters on Avenue George V in Paris with raw modern design elements.

Repossi flagship store by OMA, Paris – France

July 9th, 2016

Each floor has been given a distinct aesthetic, the retail concept is based on the notion that shoppers purchase jewellery at different paces – fast, slow, and very slow, and the setting of each floor corresponds accordingly.

Great Little Trading Co. flagship showroom by Resolution Interiors, London – UK

July 8th, 2016

The design resolution was a home-from-home environment, creating inspirational playrooms, bedrooms, shared spaces and study areas.

Louis Vuitton pop-up store, Tokyo – Japan

July 8th, 2016

The Louis Vuitton pop-up store is situated on the ground floor of the men’s building, and features a setting that blends the luxury brand’s shimmer and shine with subtle underground elements that reference Fujiwara’s very own pop-up store The Park-ing Ginza.

Il Makiage store & Academy by OMY design, Beer Sheva – Israel

July 7th, 2016

In order to promote product branding, we created a multicolor eye-shadow wall element made from store products that welcomes the client as he/she enters the facility.

Nudie Jeans repair shop, Munich – Germany

July 7th, 2016

Simple base elements of untreated steel and concrete punctuated with vintage fixtures and furnishings, allow the focus to be on product, while reiterating a sustainability statement to produce less.

Samsung store at Sherway Gardens by Cutler, Toronto – Canada

July 7th, 2016

The colour scheme was kept to bright whites, cool greys and a touch of warm off whites. The bright white tones were used on all the Staron solid surface, the back cash wall paneling and ceiling finish to highlight various destination points outside and inside the store.

Simply Fresh gourmet store by api(+), Doylestown- Pennsylvania

July 6th, 2016

Exposed steel trusses, restored wood ceilings, rugged brick and polished concrete frame a masterful merchandising program and a dynamic shopping experience.

E Eye Place by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

July 6th, 2016

This modern lux design features a crisp, clean feel utilising geometric black and white contrasting forms whilst ensuring a warm and inviting approach represented by natural textures such as timber planks, concrete textures and aged metal finishes throughout.

K+ Curatorial Space, Singapore

July 6th, 2016

The new venue also has a community space with attached co-working space for creative start-ups and a separate exhibition space for local art schools and associations. The gallery’s inaugural show is dedicated to acclaimed local furniture designer Nathan Yong, and presents new furniture designs, as well as items that he designed under the Grafunkt by Nathan Yong label.

Afternoon Tea LIVING by HEADSTARTS, Tokyo – Japan

July 5th, 2016

The repetition of the arch-shaped frames on the wide stretching wall at the back adds rhythm to the space while the use of different materials and adoption of varying forms attract visitors attention.

Aesop store at Newoman by Torafu Architects, Tokyo – Japan

July 5th, 2016

Two pillars, incorporating shelving, are situated on one side of the unit, while a lower and elongated cabinet marks the opposite perimetre. A unit with sink protrudes from one pillar, and a detached sales counter is placed in the middle.

Valentino flagship store by David Chipperfield Architects, Tokyo – Japan

July 4th, 2016

The concept of a traditional italian palazzo has been tweaked into a retail format, molding grandeur and functionality in a new guise.

Couturist store by Cutler, Vancouver – Canada

July 4th, 2016

Black fixtures with clean lines and linear lighting add a tidy framework for the product to live inside. Flexible feature areas were created using metal boxes in black and gold which can easily move along the clothing display or be removed for more hanging space.

Checkers Hyper supermarket by TDC&Co., Midrand – South Africa

July 3rd, 2016

Much of the design input was directed in creating the ‘urban market’, making it the heart of the store and main service node. This was anchored by a “wine cellar” to direct the shopper through the store into this market space.

Viu store by Christian Kägi and Fabrice Aeberhard, Vienna – Austria

July 2nd, 2016

A fixture, albeit an obvious one, is the expansive eyewear wall – this time in a sophisticated back-lit version – meandering across the premises, and framed by whitewashed walls, ceiling and floor.

Aesop store by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

July 2nd, 2016

Drawing inspiration from the woodworking technique intarsia, this motif inspired meticulously crafted three-dimensional oak panels. These bespoke panels clad the wall and counter giving volume and a sense of authenticity and calm.

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Bangkok – Thailand

July 1st, 2016

Very similarly, the aesthetic is understated, featuring uncluttered and whitewashed open spaces. Furnishings are few and comprise of sleek displays and clothing racks. Additionally, matching mannequins wearing the newest collections dot both floors.

Panthers store by Joshua Florquin Architects, Brussels – Belgium

July 1st, 2016

Design and morphology of the store represent an underground mine with rock and metal elements materialized through the use of black stained plywood, rude oak and brass, emphasizing the exclusive feeling.