Posts Tagged ‘fashion’

The Galleria Luxury Hall West department store, Seoul – South Korea

October 11th, 2015

To create points of memory, and to lessen the visual vastness, the space is punctuated with exclusive design elements, including sculptural walls and a bean-shaped fitting room on a women’s floor, a sculptural room on the men’s department floor, and specialty, decorative lighting details in homewares – all referencing the store’s imaginative locale.

Peserico flagship store by C&P Architetti, Florence – Italy

October 11th, 2015

One area of the floor, covered in natural wood planks, is encased in the marble and it defines the central part of the store space, besides acting as a contrast to the backlit source of light hanging from the central area of the ceiling.

Lighting Scheme for Hardy Amies by Illuminationworks, London – UK

October 8th, 2015

Working closely with architects Universal Design Group, the lighting designers have developed a warm, well-integrated scheme bringing new technologies to the heritage brand.

SUN68 stores by C&P Architetti, Mantova and Udine – Italy

October 8th, 2015

SUN68 stores by C&P Architetti, Mantova and Udine – Italy

MARCS flagship store at Pitt Street, Sydney – Australia

October 7th, 2015

The style and feel is that of a New York loft space, commentary and uncomplicated style. Grey stained timber stairs and stripped back steel finishes to all joinery and window framing, the Marcs staircase is a grand feature.

Ugg Australia flagship store by CoMa, Melbourne – Australia

October 6th, 2015

The intention for the exterior façade was to create a contrast with the interior by selecting bronze metal cladding to frame the bright and warm interior.

DESCENTE BLANC Daikanyama store by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 5th, 2015

Ceiling space, equipped with operable hanger racks going up and down, is allocated for the stock space. Here the shop staff’s routine movement is converted to vertical movements of the hanger racks. The hang racks can be used for display, utilized as “moving displays” which can be changed day by day.

Mélange store by Ahmad Fakhra + Massive Order, Kuwait City – Kuwait

September 29th, 2015

The other experience sculpts space with a black and white geometric stalactites like ceiling center piece that acts as a provocative window display and doubles as a functional merchandise area.

MACKINTOSH store, Tokyo – Japan

September 27th, 2015

Although the original design by renowned japanese design practice Wonderwall remains intact to a certain degree, it sees a number of clever tweaks – the most notable one obviously being the large slabs of white marble that now make up the flooring – that bring about an entirely different atmosphere and vibe.

DIM. E CRES. shop by STUDIO AZELLIER, Seoul – South Korea

September 27th, 2015

Minimal & contemporary colors, layered, asymmetric diagonal line, materials are reflect the brand’s iconic character.

Kenzo store, Milan – Italy

September 23rd, 2015

Spotting an amusing sculpture depicting a hand lifting spaghetti from a bowl – the only local reference – passers-by are drawn into a brightly lit space where racks in anodized aluminium and glass display cases contrast starkly with marble floors and clothes from Kenzo’s latest collection.

ETQ flagship store by studiojosvandijk, Amsterdam – Netherlands

September 23rd, 2015

As you walk into the store, it’s clear that minimalism, timelessness and aesthetics are centre stage. Its style seamlessly integrates with the ETQ identity.

Riachuelo Pop Up Store by FAL Design Estratégico, Campos do Jordão – Brazil

September 23rd, 2015

Known as a famous holiday’s destiny in winter, the mountain landscape was the main inspiration to FAL Design Estratégico team to create the look&feel, turning the store into a country house – including a fireplace as the greeter.

11 By Boris Bidjan Saber store, New York City

September 18th, 2015

Steel pipes dangle from the ceiling, dipped in texturized black paint, becoming clothing racks that wrap throughout the space.

Vanessa Seward store by Laurent Deroo, Paris – France

September 17th, 2015

Copper accents heighten the sense of luxury, and are complemented by light fixtures crafted in a similar material. Fixtures consist of a tiered circular display, placed at the very center of the store, and a sales counter, both clad in marble.

Manifesto store by WY-TO, Singapore

September 15th, 2015

The striking linear form becomes an anchor which separates the space into different zones while at the same time maintaining a visual coherence throughout the scheme. Conceived as an artistic, spatial object, the steel structure’s horizontal bracing doubles as display shelves.

the papilion store, Jakarta – Indonesia

September 15th, 2015

Very timely anticipating the shifting retail landscape, the papilion has tweaked the format of the latter store and added ample floor space along the way. The shopping experience has been given a dramatic boost thanks to alluring new settings on the lofty ground floor premises.

Christopher Kane Store by John Pawson, London – UK

September 15th, 2015

Inside permanent gestures that include the attenuated line of steel running through the depth of the floor plan and down the stairs are combined with vocabulary that can be changed and curated from season to season, such as the brilliantly coloured acrylic elements.

N ID a Deux Store, Tokyo – Japan

August 31st, 2015



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Michael Kors Magic Book Windows by Volanti Displays, Santa Clara – California

August 29th, 2015



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