Posts Tagged ‘concept store’

AIGLE opens all-new Concept Store at ifcMall, Hong Kong

November 29th, 2017

Designers meticulously combined simplistic decorations, a modern and stylish beige design, and with embedding the AIGLE’s exclusive patterned ceramic tiles from the flooring, to the wall design, and also the exterior wall in metal cutting materials as embellishments at the façade.

Maison Marasil Concept Store by Design Team, Athens – Greece

November 9th, 2017

The idea behind the new concept was to create the scenery and feeling of a “Home” as the store name suggests. A fun environment for kids combined with a comfortable shopping experience for the customers.

CAT Concept Store by Modulor Retail Architecture, Lima – Perú

October 19th, 2017

The CAT store invites you to be part of the Caterpillar world. The configuration of the storeplan, textures, floors and lighting; based on the CAT brand manual; Works synergistically to enhance the message of Cat.

FlyPony flagship concept store by Prism Design, Shanghai – China

September 21st, 2017

Those eight colored dots are actually two sorts of supporting dots: fixed and movable dots. The mix of those dots blended function and fantasy. The back of green dots can install hangers. Other colors dots have magnate in their back and could be arranged freely.

ROOM Concept Store by Maincourse Architect, Thailand

March 24th, 2017

Polycarbonate shelves are used to define the corridors. Besides displaying products, the translucency and transparency of the shelves give the visual connection between the outside and the inside, and also between the corridor and the “tables” area. Changeable polycarbonate sheets can be rearranged to emphasize certain products and create a fresh look.

Red Valentino Gateway Arcade concept store by Pierpaolo Piccioli, Hong Kong

March 24th, 2017

Located in Hong Kong’s largest shopping mall, the 135-sq-m store’s brass and glass façade displays the theatrical white, pink and ochre palette and luxe furnishings of Mahdavi’s design.

Marsèll Paradise Milano, Milan – Italy

January 12th, 2017

Marsèll Paradise Milano, as it’s officially called, is spread over two floors, and features a clean and contemporary interior that befits the hangar-like structure it occupies. There’s a coherence and balance in the choice of materials and colours, and the choice of structly functional furnishings adds to the orderly and restrained aesthetic.

Moorhüttli store by Dioma, Wengen – Switzerland

December 30th, 2016

The pavilion Moorhüttli on the main street Dorfstrasse in Wengen that was built in 1903 is taking over a temporary task before its complete refurbishment: the slightly skew building will become an attractive Concept Store with a premium offer for tourists, chalet owners and locals.

Folli Follie concept store by E23, Hong Kong

December 11th, 2016



The challenge, however, was not simply applying these new experiential elements to one store, but rather, translating them across a wide variety of global points of sale, including Athens, London, Beijing and New York etc. From large flagship stores, to standalone boutiques, to shop-in-shop retail spaces, E23 was tasked with creating a flexible yet coherent design approach.

Uncommon Market by Guille García-Hoz and Alejandro Martínez, Mexico City – Mexico

November 11th, 2016

Situated in an urban villa opposite the lush greens of Parque Lincoln, the so-called Uncommon Market is an even more ambitiously set up concept store, boasting 750 sqm. of retail space.

Dimepiece concept store by A-INDUSTRIAL Design-Build, Los Angeles – California

July 15th, 2016

The FEELING MYSELF space features black walls along with illuminated mirrors and fixtures, while intricate wire weaving adorns the ceiling, giving the space an industrial and slightly futuristic feel.

RETROKIT eyewear store by Nordic Bros. Design Community, Seoul – South Korea

June 10th, 2016

Also, in order to increase the completeness of the space, the display table is made out of concrete boxes so that it could reflect the RETROKIT’s desire to include polar elements, freedom and paradox.

Silvian Heach flagship store by Fabio Caselli Design, Milan – Italy

May 13th, 2016

The Marble Concept is complemented and accompanied by fine materials such as champagne galvanised gold hanging rails, shelf finishes in glossy black chrome, freestanding platforms and furnishings, transparent crystal, retro varnished glass in white and drawers in wood treated with stripped finish.


O2 concept store by Dalziel & Pow, Manchester – UK

January 25th, 2016

The new store has been designed to revolutionise the look and feel of a traditional mobile phone shop and provide a new destination for people to not just buy a mobile phone, but to learn about and be inspired by the latest technology.

Fresh & Easy Concept Store by Jump & Fly, Madrid – Spain

January 4th, 2016



Situated in front of one of the busiest shopping malls in Madrid metropolitan area, this L-shaped store holds 3 different stalls under one wooden roof canopy, which is the most visually striking element that can be seen from the street, covering the entrance area.

Concept Store by De Haan Group at the Spoga Gafa, Cologne – Germany

January 1st, 2016



Concept Store by De Haan Group at the Spoga Gafa, Cologne – Germany

The Pelican Studio Concept Store by Framework Studio, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 25th, 2015



The Pelican Studio Concept Store by Framework Studio, Amsterdam – Netherlands

AKJP Collective Concept Store, Cape Town – South Africa

October 30th, 2015



Keith Henning and Jodie Paulsen are at the forefront of South African fashion with their fresh and forward Adriaan Kuiters + Jody Paulsen label.

LACES Shoe Store by CoA Arquitectura, Zapopán – Mexico

October 14th, 2015



The project was to design a prototype for Laces; a new concept store for special edition sneakers and caps, designed for malls and mostly young consumers.

AnyShopStyle Sanlitun Concept Store by WAA | We Achitech Anonymus, Beijing – China

September 8th, 2015



Fashion can be inclusive? How can it reduce distances with its followers? To create inclusiveness we removed boundaries for visitors including the façade making it very open and transparent.