Archive for the ‘store design’ category

1888 Certified butcher by Morris Selvatico, Sydney – Australia

November 6th, 2014

1888 Certified is a gourmet butcher and homewares store located in the sunny suburb of Bondi Beach, Sydney. Timber chopping boards, woven bags, aprons and cowhide wallets sit along side various cuts of meats and ready to go meals. The concept of the store is about bringing “field to fork” with a complete head to tail approach.

Bally flagship store by David Chipperfield Architects, London – UK

November 5th, 2014

British architect David Chipperfield has completed his first project for Swiss accessories brand Bally – the interior of a flagship boutique on London’s New Bond Street.

Camper Together shop by Fernando Amat, Palma de Mallorca – Spain

November 5th, 2014

The complete opposite of traditional shoe shops. Furthermore, the new shop concept also became the communication medium for a new extensive graphic experience created through posters, bags and boxes.

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, London – UK

November 4th, 2014

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, London – UK

MAISQUEPAN bakery by NAN Architects, Carballiño – Spain

November 3rd, 2014

The project stems from the idea of the owners to create a multifunctional facility, which seek to enhance their bakery business, incorporating the cuisine of Portuguese and Brazilian origins, offering suitable for a short stay tasting their products and coffee areas.

Schwadbud Bayer 04 Leverkusen by Schwitzke Group, Leverkusen – Germany

November 3rd, 2014

The traditional German soccer club Bayer 04 Leverkusen approached us with the wish for a new design concept for their so called „Vini“– a Winebar in the heart of the Bay Arena for their VIP guests.

Silo zero-waste restaurant, bakery, café by Baines&Fricker, Brighton – UK

November 3rd, 2014

Baines&Fricker have recently completed an ethical and functional interior for Silo – the UK’s first zero-waste restaurant. Based in Brighton, Silo describes itself as a pre-industrial food system that generates zero waste.

P & T store by Fabian von Ferrari, Berlin – Germany

October 31st, 2014

Light and airy, the store is furnished with angular wooden fixtures that blend well with its concrete shell, although the original industrial character is softened by the shine of pristine white paint on the floor.

OPVS store by Emanuel Cestaro, Venice – Italy

October 30th, 2014

Still with roots in the contemporary Industrial style, the store inspiration came also from the Italian modernist architecture in a monochrome palette of materials. Chromed beams, marquina marble, iron concrete and mirrors.

Poiray store by centdegrés, Paris – France

October 30th, 2014

Noble materials, such as brass, create an initial impression of well-established luxury, worthy of a notable jeweler and watchmaker like Poiray. However, the journey inside the boutique holds surprises in store.

École Boutique by Adrian Bleschke, Berlin – Germany

October 30th, 2014

The fashion collections are displayed on frosted black hangers that are supported by product carriers made from brushed brass. The floor’s black oak planks create a harsh contrast to the room’s colour concept of sage dove. The sophisticated black is found again on socket outlets and the room-high doors as piano lacquer.

Inshopnia Coffee & Retail by NAN Architects, Vigo – Spain

October 29th, 2014

The main element of this project is a central structure that evokes a traditional house, looking for this element effect surprise, while we serve to differentiate the uses of a subtle and smoothly.

Dikeni flagship store by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Yingkou – China

October 29th, 2014

Polished marble is a key feature of the first floor. Shiny black marble is used to create pathways through the shop’s various sections, while off to either side grey and beige marble gleams, leading customers off to Dikeni’s various products. Partitions break up the expansive space, made of glass or metal mesh to do so with a sensual subtlety.

Jeans Team store by ZM Arquitectos, Bucaramanga – Colombia

October 29th, 2014

The Jeans Team Store concept is the abstraction of the elements that you can find in a empty motor garage, turned into denim gallery and a cloth displays, with car and bike expositions.

NN•07 concept store, Copenhagen – Denmark

October 28th, 2014

All material is carefully selected to create a warm, welcoming ambience within a sober, streamlined setting. Brass, marble, and concrete intermingle with warm, oiled wood such as ash and smoked oak; glass and black iron completes these elements and create a modern, sophisticated look.

Suppakids sneaker store by ROK, Stuttgart – Germany

October 28th, 2014

A sneaker boutique for little ones featuring a unique display arrangement that invites kids to play with a subtly integrated cascading disk run while browsing through the shoes on display.

Timberland store by ARNO, Sulzbach – Germany

October 28th, 2014

This distinctive look and a resulting unique atmosphere present the brand in an authentic way and transform the heart of the brand into a shopping experience. Shoes are showcased on a black metal construction that is attached to a red brick wall.

Hand-Eye Supply store by Laurence Sarrazin, New York City

October 27th, 2014

The new space features interesting skylighting, airy modular storage and custom sculpture, while allowing the building’s unique structural elements to peek through.

Monocle store, Tokyo – Japan

October 27th, 2014

Monocle’s ongoing infatuation with Japan has gained new momentum. The island nation is regularly featured in the magazine’s wide range of articles, including topics related to its renowned take on quality, style and presentation.

pano BROT & KAFFEE by DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN, Stuttgart – Germany

October 25th, 2014

The solid oak table, which is over 5m long and 1.15m wide, is the distinctive feature of the room, complemented by an impressive bookshelf over 5m high. The latter sets the tone for the dining area with approx. 92 seats in its characteristic openness, creating an exclusive area in which to present the diverse assortment of products.