Posts Tagged ‘fashion retailer’

ASOS Global Headquarters by MoreySmith, London

August 25th, 2013

The design includes a flexible events space, a showcase/press area, fashion themed meeting rooms, open-plan offices and a tour route for visitors where they can follow the full journey of a garment from inception to completion, showcasing the innovative fashion and technology-led business.

New Look store by Checkland Kindleysides, Nottingham

September 21st, 2012

As the second largest women’s fashion retailer in the UK and one of the most recognised High Street fashion brands, New Look strive to deliver fashion excitement, newness and value.

Dover Street Market, Tokyo

July 3rd, 2012

For us and thousands of others London’s Dover Street Market redefined shopping, turning it into an ongoing exhilirating adventure ever since it opened its doors in 2004. Its brilliant retail formula not only features tightly curated high-end offerings but presents them as such that each corner and/or floor become intimate and tempting showcases put just for you.

Tokkad store by Ruscio Studio, Beauport – Quebec City

March 13th, 2012

The new design prototype design concept for an up-and-coming fashion retailer needed to be as trendy as the new brand. Neutral tones of charcoal grey and white, desaturated wood vinyl flooring, and reclaimed wood planks are key finishes and materials that set the tone for a warm color palette that allows signage and merchandise to stand out.

Alexander Wang flagship store by Kramer Design Group, New York – Soho

March 7th, 2012

The SoHo flagship store for the fashion retailer creates a luxurious environment with custom-created materials and furniture and a rotating “cage” installation. The cage at the entry of the store is the stage on which the brand can showcase a curtain inspiration and give customers a new experience with each visit.

Chilli Clothing store by Kerry Phelan Design Office, Melbourne

February 28th, 2012

Chilli clothing is a small women’s boutique situated in an inner city Melbourne suburb. A complete re-brand was completed by KPDO. The brief was to design vibrant, chic and sophisticated new space that would reinvigorate this small fashion retailer.

Föger Woman Pure by Pedrocchi Architects, Telfs Austria

July 15th, 2011

Upmarket Austrian fashion retailer Föger Woman Pure gave Pedrocchi the brief to realise the bold new concept store. Looks can be deceiving. Despite the rather unexpected pastoral location Föger Woman Pure has been one of the most forward-looking fashion retailers in Austria for the past twenty years.

Vakko Nisantasi Store by Autoban, Istanbul

July 12th, 2011

Turkish design studio Autoban have designed a flagship store for the fashion retailer Vakko. The store, located in the Nisantasi quarter of Istanbul, Turkey; is filled with luxurious materials and customised seating throughout its five floors.

Fashion cloth Faces by yalook

July 6th, 2011

Development of a new online fashion retailer from naming and brand personality, look & feel to a unique launch communication. We awakened clothing of the first collection to fashion faces and made the clothes to the stars of the launch campaign.

I.T HYSAN ONE Store by Wonderwall, Hong Kong

June 2nd, 2011

For this new multi-brand store by the leading fashion retailer, I.T., Katayama designed both the building as well as the interior, which consist of four floors including the basement. Katayama chose mortar for both the exterior and most of the common areas in order to maintain consistency while accommodating each of the designer’s varing styles.

Fashion Store Interior Fame Agenda by Matt Gibson, Melbourne

May 17th, 2011

Matt Gibson is an Australia based architect who has designed this fashion store interior design for the fashion retailer Fame Agenda, located in the Docklands of Melbourne, Australia. This fashion shop interior applying a transparency and illusion concepts that could bring the customers minds interior and exterior and plays on the perspective of the arcade. The random and organic arches inspired by Thomas Heatherwick’s sculptural works providing intimacy and protection.