Posts Tagged ‘Auckland’

Milse restaurant by Cheshire Architects, Auckland – New Zealand

September 6th, 2013

The plan bends its public spaces through the room, seeking to shape a few still eddies that might resist the slipstream. The idea is to deny a vantage of the whole room from any one point, tempting discovery and implying a perceptual volume that exceeds its physical constraints

The Sweetest Little Chocolate Shop by indesign, Auckland – New Zealand

August 28th, 2013

With careful layout planning, despite its small size, the shop feels spacious and customers naturally flow past all merchandise towards the rear sales counter. The store design starts with chocolate brown shards exploding from the rear of the shop.

R&G Sylvia Park store by Pennant & Triumph, Auckland

March 11th, 2013

This lobby like area was created to provide a ‘break’ for the customer from the busy mall where this store is located into the world of Rodd & Gunn – a relaxed and private place in which to shop.

Platinum Sports shop by Switch & Frame Architecture, Auckland

September 19th, 2012

Platinum fits somewhere between a concept store and a fashion boutique. Concrete, brick and steel from the heritage carcass combine nicely with hardwood ply and mild-steel sheet, creating an elegant and raw background to contrast with the bright athletic gear.

Nosh supermarket by Studio Gascoigne, Auckland Mount Eden

September 5th, 2012

Mt Eden represents the latest of Nosh’s rapidly expanding boutique supermarket chain and inhabits 825 m2 of the old Boss Furniture showroom in Auckland’s Dominion Rd.

R&G store by Studio Gascoigne, Auckland

August 29th, 2012

R&G brand is aimed at a younger segment of Rodd & Gunn’s target market. Most of the fixtures are ‘found’ objects to give the feeling of a ‘pop-up’ store.

G-Shock Central store by Pennant & Triumph, Auckland

July 6th, 2012

The brief was to create a retail identity and concept store that met with the demand of both Casio Japan and fit the New Zealand market. The store is located in the very heart of Auckland’s CBD and the most Challenging aspect was the size at 15sqm so with this in mind a minimal urban design was decided as the best approach to take.

Imperial Café by Fearon Hay, Auckland

July 3rd, 2012

Fearon Hay’s commercial fit-out in Auckland celebrates the past while promising a bright future. Tucked between Auckland’s bustling Queen Street and the former red-light area of Fort Lane is a collection of shops, offices and restaurants known as The Imperial.

R&G High Street store by Pennant & Triumph, Auckland – New Zealand

March 15th, 2012

R&G respects the past and this extends to the building the clothing collection is housed in. 21 High St played host to a popular bar for many years and the site has a relaxed vibe well suited to chilling out and relaxing. Roughcast brick walls, exposed beams and raw wooden floorboards make up the physical structure of the new R&G store.