Posts Tagged ‘clothes’

Compolux at Seibu department store by Nendo, Tokyo

February 23rd, 2014

Our design took inspiration from the wrought iron fences surrounding the parks, squares and other green spaces in European cities. We created screens based on these fences, and suspended them from the ceiling as hanger racks for the clothes.

Notes sound panel by Luca Nichetto for Offecct

February 20th, 2014

The brief from Offecct was to create a new kind of sound panel that didn’t have to be fixed on the wall but more a free standing object, and at the same time work with recyclable felt made of garbage from their upholstery production. Notes not only absorb sound, but also help divide space in a new and exciting way.

Wall of 300 Chairs and Clothes by Fumiko Kobayashi, Tokyo

February 18th, 2014

One side of the wall is composed of used clothes, creating a relatively flat surface while the opposite side is all chairs – almost 300 chairs.

Adidas Gymbackpack by Porsche Design Sport

February 10th, 2014

This men’s Porsche Design Sport backpack is made from a water-resistant material and has an abrasion-resistant base. This everyday sport bag features cushioned straps to reduce shoulder stress and fatigue, a spacious main compartment, a separate compartment for shoes and wet clothes, side pockets for your gear, and a velvet-lined zip pocket on the front for valuables.

Lolitta sotre by Suite arquitetos, São Paulo – Brazil

August 29th, 2013

The entire facade was constructed with glass slides, some are translucent and some are white, simulating a weft knitting that appears in all the brand’s clothes. The top of the facade glass slides are surrounded by a fascia on lacquered wood, creating a different and interesting volume.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – Desigual

August 19th, 2013

Desigual is characterized by its different, optimistic and colourful designs. The company began trading in 1984 using the slogan: ‘Desigual, it’s not the same’. The company currently employs a workforce of over 3500 people representing 83 different nationalities.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – Mouli

August 15th, 2013

The brothers Vemund and Eitil have always enjoyed creating, and one day that led them to make t-shirts. The tees were made for themselves to wear, but their friends soon wanted to wear them too.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – OUTFITTERS NATION

August 7th, 2013

OUTFITTERS NATION is first and foremost an energetic jeans brand for the youth of today. We pride ourselves on being a company that can relate to the changing and evolving fashions of young people by embracing a youthful attitude.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – BJÖRN BORG

August 2nd, 2013

Björn Borg says JA! because, well, we’re Swedish. Björn Borg says JA! to changing the game, just like the tennis legend who gave us our name.

guji store by ninkipen!, Osaka

July 1st, 2013

This is the interior design for a fashion shop in Osaka, Japan. I dropped the dye by sanding old furniture and exposed white foundation, and accordingly I designed new furniture dyeing ash white.
Corner of the checkout counter is cantilever to avoid hitting the toe.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Winter – BJÖRN BORG

February 15th, 2013

Björn Borg is a Swedish tennis player and one of the most iconic sportsmen in history. Björn Borg’s unique style and rock-star qualities was the inspiration when we started the Björn Borg brand in 1984.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Winter – TURNOVER

January 30th, 2013

Turnover was created in 1988 in the Netherlands. Since then it has evolved into an international fashion brand loved for its distinctive signature, and its elegant yet effortless, modern pieces.

Lady in Satin packaging by Carla Cascales Alimbau

January 16th, 2013

I considered important for the packaging to preserve the handmade factor of the brand, therefore all packs are different, the clothes are wrapped in a thin silk paper and protected by a kraft bag or box, these are decorated with corporate blue ribbons, lace and the brand’s logo stamped in black. The inside labels are sewed and the external ones are designed from vintage inspired papers.

Wakakuu office and showroom by Kicki Kardell, Stockholm

December 19th, 2012

The multi-use nature of the space gives the company access to everything they might need instantly – photo studio, office, warehouse, and showroom. And with the showroom comes people, and to make those people comfortable, the company believes it has created the best customer restroom in all of Sweden.

VILA Clothes shop by Riis Retail, Vimmelskaftet Copenhagen – Denmark

November 8th, 2012

In the VILA Vimmelskaftet shop there has been strived for a look that makes people think of Paris´s natural elegance. The facade underlines the French “Boutique” look with its brassdetails and black,z handpainted look. Inside, the shop is based on elegant design, with focus on simplicity, quality, and texture. A classic concept with a refined twist which creates an identity.

Usanza store by NoNoN Arkitektura, Vitoria-Gasteiz – Spain

October 9th, 2012

As a concept for the ceiling we work for an atmospheric and changeable surface that could change in shape, height and ambience, so every moment could look different depending the place you were lookin at, and depending on the exterior natural light, or night light, and all together with a technical lighting towards the clothes

Yohji Yamamoto flagship store by Sophie Hicks, Paris

September 26th, 2012

The world of Yohji Yamamoto has its roots in Japan, but is also closely associated with Paris. Yohji Yamamoto has said “I am aware of Paris – a part of it, yet apart as well”. We developed the concept before defining the architecture and designing all the details.

Lolo shelves kit by Cerruti Baleri

September 14th, 2012

Armoire with open structure in solid exotic wood (origin: equatorial africa) and birch plywood panels, painted in black or light gray.

Brooklyn Fox store, New York

September 13th, 2012

Lingerie store Brooklyn Fox has just opened up a second store at 200 Bedford Avenue, which is just one block away from its original location on N. 5th Street. The difference between the two shops, however, is that the new address sells only clothing, accessories, and shoes, whereas the original boutique is strictly a bra-and-underwear type of establishment.

Oscar & Wild store by Matt Gibson, Melbourne

August 20th, 2012

Following the lead of the exotic sources of the clothes and accessories that fill the store, the design of Camberwell’s Oscar & Wild reinterprets design characteristics of Morocco and beyond.