Posts Tagged ‘boutique’

Barbisio Factory fashion boutique by DUO Commercial Design, Catania – Italy

November 18th, 2013

There are two main new features – that are conceived as a unique system – creating a spine to supporting and stimulating the customer’s journey and browsing into the store: a central display developing around a structural column creates a sort of multifunctional stage, a catwalk around which we have imagined all customers would move.

Follonico boutique hotel, Montepulciano – Italy

November 16th, 2013

Follonico 4-Suite is a concept project of refurbishing an old ruined (almost on the ground) Tuscan farmhouse with the aim to fuse technology in nowadays living spaces and recovering old times materials.

Parfumarija boutique by 21Spaces, Dublin – Ireland

November 12th, 2013

Parfumarija is Ireland’s first Niche boutique dedicated to exclusive perfume and colognes designed by 21 Spaces retail designers. Located in the Westbury Mall adjacent to Ireland’s premier shopping district Grafton street. The store also doubles up as a atelier for the proprietor Ms Marija Aslimoska a skilled perfumer.

Fashion Boutique by KNQ Associates, Singapore

November 12th, 2013

The interior is kept minimalistic, purposely trimmed down to meet the basic requirements of a boutique and allowing the merchandise to become the main stars. Light wood grains and white-washed walls bring about a sense of quiet elegance to the interior.

Las pepas boutique by Julia Nowodworski, Buenos Aires – Argentina

November 8th, 2013

Although the plan is clean, we tried to produce differentiated rooms by generating intimate spaces within the plan. The mixture of styles correspond with the brands purpose of reproduce the old idea of the boutique, an eclectic universe in which every women could feel comfortable and stay all day finding their own style.

Exclusive boutique by Mohamed Amer, Bahrain

November 7th, 2013

The red focal display cabinets & column is also connected with floating shelves over opal acrylic wall that introduce the customer to the refined quality and details.

Levi Strauss pop-up boutique by RCG, Auckland – New Zealand

November 6th, 2013

To reflect Levi’s classic American style and effortless ‘cool’, we selected materials such as raw wood, steel, canvas, rope and exposed brick. We recycled existing hang bar fixtures, created shelving units made from construction plywood and designed counters and display tables made from timber pallets. And the walls were painted in Levi’s signature red.  

Azzedine Alaïa boutique by Pierre Granger, Paris – France

November 5th, 2013

Amidst the hoopla of Paris Fashion Week and coinciding with a prestigious restrospective at the reopened Musée Galliera, French-Tunisian fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa has launched a second boutique in the city of lights.

Dom Pérignon pop-up boutique by Hotel Creative, London – UK

October 28th, 2013

To celebrate Dom Pérignon’s collaboration with artist, Jeff Koons, Claridge’s hotel will transform one of its pop up boutiques into an interactive exhibition. There, guests can see the Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus, a 2ft replica of the iconic 8ft version, created for the champagne house.

Las Chicas Boutique by GUIV Arquitetura, Belo Horizonte – Brazil

October 27th, 2013

The clothing exhibition is done by four tubular stainless steel supports. Accessories are exposed on the bench just below the tubes, and at the sideboard and in the panel niche. The layout adopted allows the non-linear flow of customers, which can freely explore the space of the store, and on events days enables the rapid reconfiguration of the environment.

POD Boutique Hotel by Greg Wright Architects, Cape Town – South Africa

October 14th, 2013

POD Boutique Hotel by Greg Wright Architects, Cape Town – South Africa

MRQT Boutique by ROK, Stuttgart – Germany

October 10th, 2013

The store features a unique fur-like wall consisting of 22.000 wooden sticks with individual directions and of various lengths. The installation refers to the flowing forms and delicate texture of textiles and cloth. It creates a unique and sensational background for the fashion items displayed on the smoothly integrated clothes hangers.

The Kooples & The Kooples Sport boutique, Cannes – France

October 3rd, 2013

The Kooples & The Kooples Sport boutique, Cannes – France

Zhenxi Tea Bio-Boutique flagship by Marques & Jordy, Fuqing – China

October 2nd, 2013

The interior of the retail shop is elegant and stylish, using a combination of natural materials, such as stone and wood in a wide variety.

ETXART & PANNO boutique by Raimon Parera, Barcelona – Spain

September 25th, 2013

The entrance area is one of the most representative of space, with a structure of ripples and curves in white, emerging from the walls, becoming space volumes. It is not just a decorative element, but also a functional component, which support elements to exhibit the collection.

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.

Suite 341 boutique by Element-s, Paris

September 20th, 2013

The boutiques have a unique universe inspired from the traditional style of luxury hotels. Equally suitable for a boutique or a corner the luggage trolley serves also as a clothes rack. The customers are greeted around the hotel desk.

Grange Interiors homeware boutique by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Hong Kong

September 5th, 2013

The simplicity of the furniture and the surrounding design highlights the quirky and unique European products that Grange Interiors imports from countries such as England, France and Italy, from brightly painted crockery and stylish cutlery to pillows, candles and lamps.

Geszeft boutique by Joanna Wołoszyn and Daria Barnaś, Katowice – Poland

September 1st, 2013

The shop is spilt across two rooms and visitors enter into a cafe area where books and other small items are presented on shelves. Garments and larger merchandise can be browsed in the second adjacent space, reached through gaps in the concrete structure.

Erno Laszlo luxury boutique by FAK3, Hong Kong

August 22nd, 2013

Johnny Wong and Miho Hirabayashi created an iconic branded retail concept, which blurred handcrafted and computer generated modeling to create a collection of fluid white sculptural forms. This formal style they have coined ‘Liquid Baroque’, as signature pieces for the new retail expansion for Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.