Posts Tagged ‘aesop’

Aesop Store by Russell & George, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

November 23rd, 2015

Suria KLCC arguably has long been Kuala Lumpur’s most prestigious shopping mall, and it’s right here where Aesop has expanded its presence with a fourth store in the city.

Aesop Store by einszu33, Munich – Germany

October 28th, 2015

Since arriving in Germany little over two years ago, Aesop has expanded nationwide but lacked a store in the far south of the country.

Aesop Store, Vancouver – Canada

October 13th, 2015

Seemingly in a continuous global expansion mode, Aesop has recently opened its first Canadian store in Vancouver.

Aesop Store by Vincenzo de Cotiis Architects, Milan – Italy

October 13th, 2015

Aesop has opened its first Italian store in Milan\’s historic Brera neighbourhood.

Aesop Store by Paulo Mendes da Rocha & Martin Corullon, São Paulo – Brazil

August 26th, 2015

Keen to serve its avid following with striking signature stores, Aesop\’s global retail network continues to expand.

Aesop Rough Trade Nottingham Store by Ciguë, Nottingham – UK

August 5th, 2015

Distillation apparatus forms centrepiece in Ciguë’s Aesop Nottingham store

Aesop Flagship Store by Snøhetta, Berlin – Germany

July 26th, 2015

Aesop opens its second door in the German capital.

Aesop Store by Philipp Mainzer, Frankfurt – Germany

July 13th, 2015

Philipp Mainzer develops interior design for Aesop’s Frankfurt store

Aesop Store Renewal, Melbourne – Australia

July 8th, 2015

Launched eight years ago, the Aesop store on Melbourne\’s Flinders Lane was one of the brand\’s first to open and help cement the brand\’s reputation for innovative store design.

Aesop Store, Paris

July 8th, 2015

Although already well-established in the city of light, Aesop finds room for further expansion to serve an ever increasing fanbase.

Aesop Store by Simplicity, Fukuoka – Japan

May 28th, 2015

Following a string of consecutive openings in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka, Australian cosmetics brand Aesop sets up shop in Fukuoka.

Aesop Store by JamesPlumb, London – UK

May 4th, 2015

Water runs from shelf to shelf in JamesPlumb’s Aesop store

Aesop Store by Torafu Architects, Tokyo – Japan

April 20th, 2015

Aesop Store by Torafu Architects, Tokyo – Japan

Aesop store by Vincent Van Duysen, Hamburg – Germany

January 27th, 2015

Aesop accelerates its expansion in Germany, adding a new signature store in downtown Hamburg.

Aesop Emporium store by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Melbourne – Australia

January 16th, 2015

Kerstin Thompson Architects used a limited palette of materials in the project for skincare brand Aesop to create an interior they said achieves “beauty through restraint”.

Aesop Garosu-Gil store by Wise Architecture, Seoul – Korea

December 19th, 2014

A single piece of reclaimed Korean pine was used for the imposing five-metre bench that takes central place and houses the point of sale, cushioned by coir matting; product display shelves are also crafted from local timber.

Aesop store by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

December 18th, 2014

The interior has been reshaped most dramatically where there was most freedom to do so – on the ceiling plane. Here, a traditional form reminiscent of Orthodox churches and monasteries has been contemporized in ten imposing, intersecting domes, finished with matte gypsum plaster to accentuate their varying proportions.

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.

Aesop store by Genesin Studio, Adelaide – Australia

September 25th, 2014

Blonde Tasmanian oak is the dominant element here, captured in counters and flooring. Adding an elegant edge to the abundant natural palette are counters inlaid with antique green marble, and which correspond colourwise with strategically placed potted ferns.

Aesop store by John Randolph, Portland – Oregon

September 22nd, 2014

The repetitive use of hemp fibre is a nod to the city’s historic shipping and logging industries. The material was once used to manufacture tents that housed the many loggers and fishermen. Walls are covered in quilted maritime canvas and paired with canvas-clad shelving and flooring to offer a unique sensory respite.