Posts Tagged ‘interior features’

Aesop Store by einszu33, Leipzig – Germany

August 26th, 2016

Within the rough concrete façade, the interior features green- and grey-hued walls lined with shelving composed of powder-coated metal and translucent glass tiles, reflective of the industrial uniformity that characterised Leipzig when Germany’s East and West were demarcated.

Tonerico Room by bazik inc. at Hotel Ogawaya, Gero – Japan

January 20th, 2016



The interior features is the bright atmosphere that used many white wood.

McQ Flagship Store by Sarah Burton, London – UK

December 16th, 2015



Following a retail strategy all its own, Alexander McQueen’s lower-priced diffusion line McQ has opened a new store in Spitalfields, an area of London known for its buzzing cultural vibe, while it also happens to be the creative birth place of the brand’s illustrious founder.

Serge DeNimes Pop-up Store by SFD, London – UK

August 5th, 2015



SFD launches Serge DeNimes AW15 collection in a Concrete Jungle inspired pop-up

Uniqlo flagship store, San Francisco

November 29th, 2012

The interior features high beamed ceilings and a striking, large basement-to-roof skylight that allows daylight to illumiate the centrally located glass case that houses rotating mannequins. A led-illuminated rainbow staircase reflects Uniqlo’s colourful diversity and serves as a focal point.

ICE CREAM! Bluberi frozen yogurt shop by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Woodbridge – USA

July 27th, 2012

Recently opened outside of Washington DC in Woodbridge, Virgina, ‘Bluberi’ is a frozen yogurt shop designed by french-born Tokyo-based architect Emmanuelle Moureaux. The health-conscious brand wanted a delicious, fun and healthy theme to create a memorable impression upon customers, supporting the company’s future expansion plans.

ICE CREAM! Bluberi frozen yogurt shop by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Woodbridge – USA

July 22nd, 2012

Recently opened outside of Washington DC in Woodbridge, Virgina, ‘Bluberi’ is a frozen yogurt shop designed by french-born Tokyo-based architect Emmanuelle Moureaux. The health-conscious brand wanted a delicious, fun and healthy theme to create a memorable impression upon customers, supporting the company’s future expansion plans.

Rugby Ralph Lauren store by Michael Neumann Architecture, Nagoya

May 9th, 2012

MNA’s newest Rugby Ralph Lauren opened last week in Nagoya – the brand’s second store in Japan. The new façade evokes the historic cast-iron storefronts of Soho, but with a huge video screen across the second floor. The store interior features mosaic floors, anaglyptic ceiling tiles and a collegiate decor.