Posts Tagged ‘facade’

Harpf drink shop by raumstory and monovolume, Bruneck – Italy

March 21st, 2014

Front and rear of the store are separated by different styles. This means that the entrance area was transformed into a traditional corner shop where the passion for detail appears; while in the rear area old architectural treasures have been combined with modern ideas, as defined in ’Rough Luxe’

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Vizona

March 14th, 2014

Vizona presents its competence in different rooms with a height of partly three to six metres: The assumption of the entire organisation and realisation of shop structures on an international level. The tradeshow stand creates an impressive aura of associations without succumbing to the trivial reproduction of concrete shop situations.

Paul Smith store, Jakarta – Indonesia

January 28th, 2014

Highlights of blue reference the façade, and together with modern seating by american designer Harvey Probber, provide an appealing contrast with the antique limestone floor in the shoes + accessories room. Two framed archways lead through to two separate rooms, both featuring oak timber flooring and walls clad in textured panels.

Hanjie Wanda Square plaza by UNStudio, Wuhan – China

January 27th, 2014

The North atrium is characterized by warm golden and bronze materials reflecting a cultural, traditional identity. In the South atrium silver and grey nuances with reflective textures reflect the city identity and its urban rhythm.

Temporary / Portable Facade by Mahsa Vanaki Studio

December 18th, 2013

This temporary facade is a translucent skin, which can be attached to the existing surface of the building at the time of special events such as open studios.

Vero Moda Flagship Store at Königstrasse by Riis-Retail, Stuttgart – Germany

December 3rd, 2013

The store is divided between a white space on the ground floor and a black space on the first floor. The two contrasting floors provide a customer experience with unique interior design, natural materials and sculptural installations. The tall glass facade is tying the two stories together and stands out on Königstrasse during both day and night

RIOOW Hostel by PKB Arquitetura & Vital Oficina, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

November 14th, 2013

The floor on the social areas was drawn by the architects and crafted with a very antique technique of pressing cement tiles. Led by Marcos, Vital Oficina crafted the 1500 piece tensionated mylar net that protects the windows and blue portuguese tiles on the facades. They’re also responsible for the led lit lounge ceiling and a world map made of 6000 metal bolts.

Tesla showroom by MBH Architects, Los Angeles – California

November 14th, 2013

Inside, the MBH project team used every square foot to its advantage, opening up the entire storefront to drive a display car inside. MBH employed fabric wall panels instead of floor fixtures for merchandise, optimizing floor space.

Temple of Worship to Design exhibit by Albus

November 10th, 2013

The ecumenical façade embraces all beliefs in a playful way, presenting graphics created with faith symbols as the Christian Cross, the Star of David, the Om, the Yin Yang, and so on. Even the traditional Bonfim wristband from Bahia is represented in this setting, that also features a garden inspired in old churches.

Chemins d’Or – Les Galeries D’Anjou by IDX Design + COM, Montreal – Canada

October 25th, 2013

The floor displays were designed to maximize the visibility, the brightness and brilliance of the jewelry, physical ergonomics and security of the product. The success of a jewelry store is strongly attributed to the personality of its salespeople and the relationship that they have with the clientele.

Ticketfly office by Studio O+A, San Francisco – California

October 21st, 2013

Natural warmth is provided by strips of reclaimed engineered wood used as panels and partitions throughout the office, but color, such as it is, comes mainly from the art on the walls and from the personal effects people bring to their desks.

Givenchy flagship store, Shanghai – China

October 15th, 2013

The shop interior is somewhat of a trip down memory lane as it takes cues from the iconic Givenchy boxes that used to deliver its precious Haute Couture garments. Four room-sized boxes made of black burnt oak display women’s and men’s clothing.

Enamor Boudoir Collection window by Studio.J, Bangalore – India

October 11th, 2013

To bring in the flavour of the product and the Boudoir campaign breaking at the touch points of the store, the entire façade was made to look like a palace.

Corporate office by Hiren Patel Architects, Ahmedabad – India

October 11th, 2013

The inner spaces at all levels have views of the greenery outside; while strategically placed and carefully picked up indoor plants help integrate the greenery into the working areas too.

PCCW-HKT flagship store by Clifton Leung Design Workshop, Hong Kong

October 11th, 2013

The application of wood evokes a sense of warmth to accentuate a “homey” ambience for the home solutions, while the use of gold metal, glass, mirror and LED lighting injects a sense of modernity to highlight the fast-moving mobile technology.

Rosa Jewellery by Puntidifuga, Mondovì – Italy

October 5th, 2013

The cozy atmosphere is given by the contrast between the brown resin of the internal partitions covered by a flat and thick glossy layer with gold intrusions and the bright warm gray-beige of the scratched resin on the side walls.

Jack & Jones store by Riis Retail, Kolding – Denmark

October 3rd, 2013

The Danish based brand Jack & Jones and the shopdeveloper experts at Riis Retail has opened a shop based on a new architectural concept which embraces and defines the five different brands within the brand: Core, Vintage, Tech, Originals and Premium. The five brands are placed in their own individually defined areas with unique characteristics and have separate entrances inside the shop.

Shanghai Tang Cathay Mansion flagship store by Design MVW, Shanghai – China

September 8th, 2013

An intriguing fusion of modern Chinese aesthetics and Art Deco style, the new flagship store also flaunts its cinematic heritage with the use of abundant black and white to indicate film reels, and the creative re-arrangements of fashion and lifestyle products to represent vivid movie scenes.

Paul Smith flagship store by Paul Smith & 6a Architects, London

September 5th, 2013

The imposing facade incorporates Paul’s hand drawings in bespoke cast iron panels designed in conjunction with 6a architects. The interior is decorated with an eclectic mix of stunning design pieces and intricate details, such as the 26,000 dominos covering the accessories room walls.

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.