Posts Tagged ‘backdrop’

espace d retail boutique by OMB, Vancouver – Canada

December 7th, 2014

The simple design removes interior partitions and introduces a new ceiling creating an open and flexible retail space. The clarity of the space, use of high quality materials creates a clean backdrop for the objects on display.

MATCHESFASHION.COM store by MRA, London – UK

June 9th, 2014

The store design has a simple palette of materials, including terrazzo and toned timber veneer, which blend to create a calm sensibility, providing a neutral yet inviting backdrop against which to display a diverse range of apparel.

Calvin Klein windows by Studio XAG, Milan, London

May 27th, 2014

Framed in windows tinted with mirrored cutout vinyl, our huge majestic curved metal rails highlighted in cool blue neon have rolled in to Calvin Klein flagships in Milan and London, and other stores worldwide this month!

Mannequin Trend: Criss-Cross 2014 March

May 22nd, 2014

Windows around the world are displaying mannequins with crossed legs. This strong stance places focus on the designer’s ensembles with a bit of attitude. A simple backdrop and dim lighting adds a dramatic setting for these mannequins.

Pedrali Stand at Salone del Mobile 2014 by Migliore+Servetto Architects, Milan

May 14th, 2014

Ten groups of “Flying Boxes” open upwards in different volumes like “matryoshka dolls”. Such volumes are outlined by a thin wireframe that reveals their contents.

Nudie Jeans Repair Shop, Berlin – Germany

April 4th, 2014

Vintage leather lounge seating takes center stage, while a prominent repair booth station faces the vintage cash wrap. Keeping in line with Nudie Jeans’ signature utilitarian, understated aesthetic, materials utilized are genuine, simple, and have aged with style.

Giada fashion boutique by Claudio Silvestrin, Milan – Italy

September 22nd, 2013

Claudio Silvestrin combined natural materials including leather and different types of stone to give the interior of the Giada store in Milan’s Montenapoleone fashion district a luxurious feel.

Osprey Home store by Jamieson Smith Associates, St Albans – UK

July 31st, 2013

The look is a modern take on the English dresser unit, with all the units painted in antique white with tongue and groove walls and a slate floor. The shop fit provides the perfect neutral backdrop for the beautiful and unique merchandise.

Next store by Dalziel and Pow, Leeds – UK

May 1st, 2013

The latest incarnation of Next’s evolving concept can be seen in the high profile, recently refurbished and expanded Trinity Centre in Leeds. The 3,200 sqm store features new concepts for men’s
and childrenswear, as well as an updated women’s and home concept – all developed by Dalziel and Pow in conjunction with the in-house team at Next.

Pink Boutique by Mohamed Amer, Bahrain

April 26th, 2013

Pink Boutique by Mohamed Amer, Bahrain

Denham store, Osaka

April 25th, 2013

The store concept is pretty much an extrapolation of the design that can be found at Denham’s dutch headquarters, featuring museum-grade specimens of workwear in glass cases and vintage props as a backdrop for the label’s own forward offerings while vintage tailor’s scissors welded into innovative fixturing accent its design philosophy within the retail presentation.

Nike pop-up showroom by Maggie Peng & Albert Tien, Beijing

December 19th, 2012

The simplicity and scale of the three top and bottom plinths serve as a monumental backdrop for the suspended elements in between that came in and out of focus through the movement between the plinths.

Hotel Reykjavik Marina by THG Architects, Reykjavik

November 30th, 2012

The design is a mixture of modern design mixed with vintage items and antiques from the surrounding of the Dry Dock and Icelandic design. Essentially the roughness is mixed with the finesse and the result is a quirky, colorful and fun design.

JD store by Briggs Hillier, Birmingham

November 20th, 2012

Complementing the bespoke architectural features of the space, the dramatic new entrance leads into the men’s ground floor ‘King of Trainers’. This is complimented by an impressive first floor window display extending the full frontage with ‘open’ sections to bring natural light and a feeling of openness to the space.

Bogart club restaurant by Studio Omerta, Athens

November 7th, 2012

At the outset of the transformation, the bar/club area was pared back to basics and a colour palette of pale purple and black introduced in addition to sections of the walls which were treated to resemble a cement like grey surface.

Neo Derm interior by Beige Design, Hong Kong

November 2nd, 2012

Taking ‘line’ and ‘lime‘ as the representation of dynamics, young and energetic to respond to the design brief, designer creates this 15000 sq. ft. lifestyle space with a concept of sustainability and continuity.

SPORTSWEAR STORES! Canterbury shop in shop by Design4Retail, Twickenham – UK

November 2nd, 2012

The shop in shop area can be see from everywhere in store and we have made a feature of the entrance with a large Canterbury logo with a bespoke lighting scheme which runs the entire length of the back of the store.

Swims Pop-Up boutique by INPUT creative studio, Rhodes Island – Greece

November 1st, 2012

Retail boutique, Swims was designed the mimic the boating lifestyle of the brand. Located on a city street, the façade has been wrapped in one hundred and ten recycled strawberry crates and contrasted with a neon sign; allowing the textural façade to stand out from it’s surroundings.

Sorbet store by SUITE arquitetos, Sao Paulo

October 29th, 2012

In a shirt store with only 2.40 m wide and just 20 m2 store, the big challenge was to avoid the appearance corridor, common in so little space footage, and give maximum visibility to the store, making it seems larger than it really is.

Granny F. Salon by Hiroyuki Miyake, Aichi – Japan

October 11th, 2012

A beauty salon in Aichi, Japan, is its designer’s idea of an ‘alternative nostalgia.’ Hiroyuki Miyake says the project involved renovating an existing uninhabited building. While he had never been to the space before, he immediately felt a sense of nostalgia upon entering the first time.