In the center of the emporium, lies a multifunctional structure to accommodate the shopping baskets, up to six people in the chai-café table, plus spaces for products and equipments. The arrangement allows the fluid movement of the visitors.
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Main expression of ‘New life’ became Green which appears on different surfaces and in various interpretations everywhere. These are vertical green columns near reception desk, Green cube right in the middle of the office floor, Green wall-fence by entrance, shrubs spring through the metal terrace, Green hills with trees growing through the concrete floor surface and Green glades on the roof.
Designed by New York-based architect Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox Arhitecture, ‘OWEN’, a new boutique which offers a fusion of emerging designer clothes is about to open in the meatpacking district of New York City. Responding to the inherent nature of the industrial space, approximately 25,000 brown paper bags surface the continuous wall and ceiling plane.
Marimekko, the Finnish fashion and lifestyle brand, recently established its own flagship store in the former at 200 Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan. STUDIOS completed renovations at 200 Fifth in 2010 and acted as Architect of Record to Japanese architectural firm IMA, in cooperation with Marimekko’s internal design team.
De Gusto can be defined an “italian pasta University”, it is a tasting hall located inside Surgital industrial complex in Lavezzola (RA), leading company in deep frozen pasta exportation.
The hall is a culinary laboratory and it represents the heart of the “Research&Development” department. It is really important becouse it is the kitchen where Surgital can connect with its customer and promote its work.
Edgy womenswear boutique Cerre relocates to a new stylish spot in west Hollywood. The rectangular-shaped retail space is as stylishly minimalist as the merchandise, featuring a concrete floor and white walls. Black steel clothing racks are placed along the walls and sets of circular tables serve as displays.
Serbian design studio reMiks has completed Supermarket, a concept store inspired by the “golden years of communism”. Hosting a bar, restaurant, salon and fashion boutique, the store is located in a former discount supermarket in Belgrade. Found objects including a fridge, hospital screens and a camper van are used as display devices.