Posts Tagged ‘Antwerp’

Coccodrillo store by Glenn Sestig, Antwerp – Belgium

April 10th, 2017

Fosbury & Sons Co-Work by GOING EAST, Antwerp – Belgium

January 28th, 2017

On the impressive first floor Fosbury & Sons founders Stijn Geeraets and Maarten Van Gool have launched a new and high-quality way of working, ‘the renaissance of work’, focussing on the needs of today’s generation. Fosbury & Sons is an inspiring and professional workplace where entrepreneurs, digital nomads and larger companies come together and benefit from all kinds of additional services.

Antwerp co-working space by Going East, New York

December 26th, 2016

In a reference to New York’s famous elevated park, the interior designers looked to create a “High Line-like feeling” where “you can take different types of walks and discover something new each time”. To achieve this, they created an assortment of different formal and informal working spaces, including amphitheatre-style stair seating, a mid-century-styled meeting room and one nook with a daybed.

Les Hommes flagship store by Piuarch, Antwerp – Belgium

November 9th, 2016

Les Hommes it’s a sophisticated menswear fashion brand that distinguish itself for the quality of concepts, materials research- often contrasting rich and poor materials- the attention to details.

De Koninck Antwerp City Brewery by Tchai International, Antwerp – Belgium

October 22nd, 2016

In our new house style red pipes have been used. They represent the pipework that runs through the brewery. Visitors see these pipes in all our communications and during their tour of our brewery. Tchai came up with the idea to use these pipes also in the shop concept.

Gustav Bruynseraede x Issey Miyake store lighting by Zumtobel, Antwerp – Belgium

August 22nd, 2016

Frameless INTRO driver modules divide the shop into zones, where networks of motion sensors translate customer movements into a choreography of brightness levels, defining the zones and drawing customers dynamically through the space.

Step by Step store by Dialect, Antwerp – Belgium

February 10th, 2016

A glass cabinet to the left of the door is filled with Barbies – the dolls that were recently redesigned to include more body types and skin tones – as well as other action figures.

Oilily flagship store by UXUS, Antwerp – Belgium

February 9th, 2016

A series of custom fixtures, grafted to luxury from found objects, create one-of-a-kind displays that enhance the effect of an “Atelier”.

Issey Miyake Store, Antwerp – Belgium

September 4th, 2015



Antwerp’s retail landscape has fully regained Japanese luster with the arrival of an Issey Miyake boutique, the brand\’s third European outpost after Paris and London.

The pharmacy of Tomorrow by Studio Dott, Antwerp – Belgium

January 7th, 2015

To minimize the threshold for asking advice, pharmacists are no longer positioned behind the counter, but amongst the customers. Customers receive and pay their medication at a striking green cross, centrally located in the store and highlighted by its appealing form and color.

Kipling store by Universal Design Studio, Antwerp – Netherlands

July 29th, 2014

The living room, marked out by a change in the tile pattern, emulates a domestic living space. Furnished with a combination of vintage furniture and modern lighting, this ‘chill out’ space invites the customer to relax and socialise with fellow customers within the store.

Jane restaurant by Piet Boon, Antwerp – Netherlands

July 5th, 2014

Dutch design studio Piet Boon has recently completed the transformation of the church of a former military hospital in Antwerp into The Jane, a gourmet destination that combines fine dining with a chic rock ‘n roll aesthetic.

Junya Ishigami exhibition by Arc en rêve centre d’architecture, Antwerp

April 7th, 2014

Arc en rêve centre d’architecture in Bordeaux, presents the exhibition ‘Junya Ishigami – How small? How vast? How architecture grows’, jointly produced with the Desingel International Arts and the Flamish Architecture Institute, on show until April 27, 2014.

Concept Gallery by Modular, Antwerp – Belgium

November 21st, 2013

The biggest challenge was to strike the right balance and create a space which exudes unity but which also connects the people visiting it. The space itself has a floor area of 250 sq.m. There are no dedicated corners for the different brands given that the aim was to incorporate the different interior solutions in a realistic setting.

Walter Van Beirendonck store, Antwerp

July 22nd, 2013

Walter Van Beirendonck store, Antwerp

SHOE STORES! Coccodrillo by Verso shoe salon by Glenn Sestig, Antwerp

June 2nd, 2013

A single column extends as an island bench seat, and elliptical custom-made display tables surround the perimeter of the space. The extensive use of marble and warm green tones creates an environment of quiet luxury and quality in which the shoes become the natural focus of attention.

Viktor café & gallery & workspace, Antwerp

March 9th, 2013

Lots of quirky little personality features are carefully dotted around the Antwerp café, such as the colourful shawl-swatches hanging on the walls; what could look like a critical lack of closet space comes across as intimate and relaxing, likewise the decoratively placed skateboards are youthful and fun.

DVS boutique by Dirk Van Saene, Antwerp

March 8th, 2013

The racks, with matching mirrors and lamps, are created by Dutch designer Maarten Baas who took his clay furniture to another level. The low wooden tables with ceramic figurines were made by Dirk Van Saene himself, who after 30 years in the Belgian avant-garde scene, created his own little universe.

Univar Europe office by Dirk van Berkel, Antwerp

March 1st, 2013

Daylight only enters the space through front and back windows. The depth of each floor is 30 meters. This made me decide to place all the elements freely in the space and to use glass walls for the meeting rooms and conference room so that the daylight can penetrate further into each floor and the co-workers will not experience a ‘locked-in’ feeling.

Sleeping Around shipping container pop-up hotel, Antwerp

January 27th, 2013

Sleeping Around is a unique pop-up hotel. The term “pop-up” goes beyond merely “making an appearance”. Here, it denotes exclusivity, flexibility and innovation: a unique experience with a strong element of surprise. Already successfully employed in retail, the concept has never been extensively applied to hotels. Until now, that is.