Archive for the ‘sports’ category

24 Kilates Bangkok store by External Reference Architects , Bangkok – Thailand

January 13th, 2017

Filling the shop from floor to ceiling are safes and lockers that can be opened or left closed, all agleam with gold-coloured Alucobond, rivalling even the most exquisitely decorated Thai temple. An adjacent space invites shoppers to try on the treasures of their choice. Made from containers, the shop is an extension of a local business owner’s private home.

Active In Style flagship store by Unibox, London – UK

January 9th, 2017

The Ledge 65 Magnetik lightbox is an easy, cost-effective graphic display tool that is quick to refresh with new graphics and easy to re-configure the magnetic shelves and hooks. Custom perimeter units designed to fit into recessed alcoves in the surrounding walls were made using the 25|25 modular system for a sleek, modern and monochromatic look and feel.

Wink store by Miklos Kiss, Budapest – Hungary

January 7th, 2017

As we enter the shop, we are met with an imposing chandelier created from shoe lasts – the most important element of shoe production. From the design aspect this shop was meant to be a flagship prototype for Wink’s new brand image. Wink’s classic white and blue color combinations were retained to generate a continuity in the brand’s history.

ADIDAS SPEZIAL by Studio XAG, London – UK

December 18th, 2016


Game 7 Athletics flagship store by d+d group, Milan – Italy

December 16th, 2016

In the middle of the store a huge box was erected, covered in stretched metal sheet and sliding plexiglass panels, to host the shoe universe, a dedicated area paved in asphalt-like resin.

Adidas revamp by StudioXAG, London – UK

December 15th, 2016


Taking reference from the iconic housing estates of London we brought the outside inside with reclaimed chimney pots used as planters and even a piece of the London streets in the form of a reclaimed pavement light re-purposed as a coffee table. Sourced mid-century British furniture, phone charging facilities and local magazines offer an inviting retreat from the busy streets of Soho.

adidas NYC store, New York City

December 5th, 2016

The interior is inspired by the functional aesthetic of american high school stadiums, and as such it features a tunnel entrance, stands for live-game viewing on big screens, locker rooms instead of dressing rooms, and track and field areas where avid shoppers can test and experience products. To signal the brand’s embrace of environmental principles, sustainability is very much at the core of the design.

Nikelab Ma5 store by Nike and Arthur Huang, Tokyo – Japan

December 2nd, 2016


Officially baptized Nikelab Ma5, it features an interior design that adapts well to the spatial dynamics of the former swimming pool, using sustainable materials, adaptable furnishings and various local integrations.

No. 74 Adidas store renewal by Haw-Lin Services, Berlin – Germany

November 17th, 2016



The merchandise is obviously pretty exclusive, and features a fine selection of footwear, apparel pieces and accessories by Adidas brands Y-3, Adidas by Stella McCartney and sports performance as well as Adidas’ collabs with Kanye West, Pharrell Williams,Raf Simons, Rick Owens and Kolor from Japanese designer Junichi Abe.

Patagonia Bowery store by MNA, New York City

October 28th, 2016

In typical Patagonia fashion, this shop is about maintaining and showcasing the building’s rich history, most notably its run as CBGB Annex – a record shop, gallery, and event space.

Retail campaign for Lacoste store by Bonsoir Paris, Paris – France

October 18th, 2016

Vibrant red, white and blue blocks of geometric colour coat the entire space to pay homage to the nation’s athletes, with tracks and pitches decorating the space that also picking out the colours of the French flag.

Adidas Originals flagship store by adidas in-house design + Stereotactic, Moscow – Russia

October 5th, 2016

The interior of the flagship combines the styles of different time periods in history of Moscow. Inside the store, one may find typical elements of a Russian living room, where the older generation used to hang out, that are presented in a modern key.

Fresh Farm retail by Studio Pinelli, Sassuolo – Italy

October 4th, 2016

The wide inner space was instead divided into two parts, of which the greater is meant to serve as a store, with the incorporation of an efficient system of prefabricated metallic scaffolds, while the second part houses the showroom and point of sale, keeping in mind the e-commerce-oriented approach of the company.

ASICS DynaFlyte™ Campaign by Green Room Design

September 23rd, 2016

The consumer is quickly offered a deeper level of understanding of the tangible features and benefits of the shoe that runners will experience. This is communicated through the ‘FlyteFoam™ data panel’ which delivers the benefits of the shoe mid-flight – speed, cushioning and comfort.

Southampton Football Club store by Green Room Design, Southampton – UK

September 20th, 2016

The stadium theme is leveraged throughout the store’s experience, and is even continued in the customer changing room, which takes direct inspiration from the Saints’ first team locker rooms.

Tokyo 23 store by Kinetics, Tokyo – Japan

September 8th, 2016

The retail space has a setting that’s loosely inspired by a basketball court, featuring timber flooring replete with markings, an expansive shelving system laden with sneakers, and an opposite wall lined with a clothing rack full of related apparel pieces.

Colluseum sportswear store by Riis Retail, Odense – Denmark

September 6th, 2016

We had the opportunity to create the best sportswear store in Denmark, and we did. At a large retail space, in one of the biggest shopping centers in Denmark, we designed, developed, and built this very special sport and fashion store. Great efforts in layout and creativity concerning function, materials, and visuals have made this shop simply unique.

Kenpo Sports store by Forma Arquitetura, Caxias do Sul – Brazil

September 2nd, 2016

The creation of the exhibitors aimed at the visual quality display of products, making the experience of effective and intuitive consumer.

Superdry’s ‘Store of the Future’ concept by Unibox, Manchester – UK

August 3rd, 2016

The redesigned space also boasts a Superdry Sport pop-up container. In addition, a huge ceiling hung lightbox was wrapped around a concrete finish pillar, combining the latest fabric print technology and UV treatments for fluorescent-style text and vivid graphics.

Totalsports store by TDC&Co., Midrand – South Africa

July 12th, 2016

Emphasis was placed on the footwear wall with specific focus on flexibility through the use of a custom peg wall system. By introducing glorifier boxes on the peg wall, various feature products can be displayed alongside brand specific magnetic graphics.