Archive for the ‘store design’ category

Hope store by Inside Outside, Amsterdam – Netherlands

October 3rd, 2014

All furniture is freestanding by design. Simple white-tiled displays each support a pair of shoes. In the window, outfits are suspended in thin-ribbed steel frames. Identical black-coated frames are in use as wardrobe/linen cupboards on the shop floor.

Spyder F3 Club at BRP Trade-show by LOOK Marketing, Connecticut

October 3rd, 2014

Utilizing harsh metals, concrete blocks, hard parts from Home depot, and the latest industry favorite; Concrete Wallpaper. LOOK Marketing recreates an authentic warehouse vibe, with moody contrasts of dark material, and a “Tony Stark” style garage for the introduction of new accessories.

Holt Renfrew store by Janson Goldstein, Toronto – Canada

October 3rd, 2014

Carefully selected modern and vintage furniture pieces blend into a backdrop of sleek surfaces, impressive slabs of mirrors and shiny finishes. Unique touches, such as fitting room walls upholstered in suiting fabric, and rotating installations of art and cultural objects, all curated by interior designer Tommy Smythe, add further character to the retail space.

CABANE de ZUCCa SHIBUYA PARCO shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 2nd, 2014

Chromate treated steel, a different kind of galvanization process, is used as the main material. We intend to differentiate itself from the past by changing the finish and the texture of the material. Chromate treated steel frames, which are composed of unit components to meet various needs, are installed in the simple shop space.

Cannings Free Range Butchers by Fiona Lynch, Melbourne – Australia

October 2nd, 2014

The shop itself has a visually strong, modern and masculine aesthetic that is clearly manifested in the central island fridge (also the shop’s focus point) made out of stone, polished chrome and timber.

Zara store by Elsa Urquijo Architects, Hong Kong

October 2nd, 2014

Situated in a Peninsula in the South China Sea, Hong Kong has become over time a crossroads, a mix between both Oriental and European Cultures and as a result has given to a vibrant contemporary, cosmopolitan city.

Dune London store by Four-by-Two, New York City – US

October 1st, 2014

YME store by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

October 1st, 2014

Although hailed as scenic, well-planned and prosperous, Oslo has so far failed to impress those in search of a happening lifestyle infrastructure. The city has long been overshadowed by the more dynamic scenes of other nordic capitals where a design legacy and more established creative industries have garnered global attention.

Studio A hairdressing salon by Think Forward, Burgas – Bulgaria

October 1st, 2014

The calming nature theme is revealed through the sand painted walls, the crystal water coloured sink chair area, the wooden furniture, the benjamin tree – all a prerequisite for a soothing experience.

Woolrich store, New York City

September 30th, 2014

The Pennsylvania-based company opened a new two-floor, vintage-inspired store on Wooster Street and elected to design it as a “contemporary retrospective of the company’s 184-year history,” highlighted by the presence of wool shearing tools, swatch cards, catalogues and other historic items arranged around the space.

Izakaya Kinoya restaurant by Jean de Lessard, Montreal – Canada

September 30th, 2014

Izakaya Kinoya restaurant by Jean de Lessard, Montreal – Canada

Aesop store by John Randolph, Portland – Oregon

September 30th, 2014

The product display wall references both the natural axis of Burnside and the sawtooth pitch of the logger’s steel saw blade. Another eye-catcher is a revamped antique iron sink in the back of the store.

Aiva bookstore by Studio Arthur Casas, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

September 30th, 2014

Conceived as a hybrid between public square and library, Rio de Janeiro’s ‘saraiva bookstore‘ provides local residents with a welcoming environment to relax, congregate and unwind.

Guji shop by Ninkipen, Osaka – Japan

September 29th, 2014

Guji shop by Ninkipen, Osaka – Japan

Sneakerboy store by March Studio, Melbourne – Australia

September 29th, 2014

The first of many to be rolled out, Sneakerboy Melbourne is at the cusp of this retail revolution. It is an online store you can walk in to; there is no stock, no cash, no till, and no product to take home.

Alexander Wang store, Toyko – Japan

September 28th, 2014

The store comprises of three levels, with a retail space of 345 square meters, offering the complete range of mens and womens ready-to-wear and T by Alexander Wang, accessories, and the objects collection.

Denim.lab – Furniture.lab office & showroom by Sander van de Vecht, Netherlands – Nijkerkerveen

September 27th, 2014

Denim.lab – Furniture.lab office & showroom by Sander van de Vecht, Netherlands – Nijkerkerveen

Alexander Wang pop-up store, Tokyo – Japan

September 26th, 2014

Designer Alexander Wang has set up camp – and we mean that quite literally – at Isetan, Tokyo’s leading department store.

Bridget & Olivia showroom design by Nikoletta Fazakas, Budapest – Hungary

September 26th, 2014

The brand Bridget & Olivia was founded in 2014, by Timea Staub and Dóra Kovács. The clothing combines a sportswear style with simple designes, and one that has a complex structure and form. The designers place a lot of attention on the quality of the clothes, as well as how body friendly the material is.

Band of Outsiders store by LOT-EK, New York City – US

September 25th, 2014

Our collaboration with Band of Outsiders continues to further develop the brand’s retail identity, this time with the brand’s New York flagship store in Soho.