Posts Tagged ‘international brands’

Triple-Major store by Triple-Major Studio, Shanghai – China

May 9th, 2016

Its retail spaces in Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu are completed with fashion labels, independent publishing, and other art and design objects from across the globe. Triple-Major also fills its annual calendars by hosting seasonal exhibitions, events and showrooms.

KAZO fashion store by 4D, Bangalore – India

August 7th, 2013

Over all store interiors has been derived from the black and grey tones/hues. Shiny black glass portals have been created to categories the product and styles. Within this block further partition has been made into rough cement plastered texture as a background to the product and shiny black glass panels for the product back drop.

1984 store, Seoul

October 3rd, 2012

An interesting store with big ambitions emerged in Seoul’s happening retail scene. Called 1984, the store has its roots in publishing and its name is obviously derived from George Orwell’s ominous yet iconic novel.

Bassike store by Akin Creative, Melbourne

September 8th, 2012

After having launched three stores in the Sydney area, Australian fashion label Bassike shifts its focus southwards to open its first retail outpost in Melbourne. The store occupies the ground floor of an oversized red brick corner structure, and has been designed by Kelvin Ho of architecture + design practice Akin.

Weekday store by Gonzalez Haase, Amsterdam

September 4th, 2012

The floors are decorated with modern graphic patterns in pitch black. The furniture range is further enhanced with sizeable futuristic looking cashier’s desks, constructed from an eclectic mix of MDF and mesh steel.

John Lewis Oxford Street Beauty Hall by gpstudio, London – Updated!

May 16th, 2012

gpstudio, the specialist retail design consultancy, has been appointed to help John Lewis give its Oxford Street Beauty Hall a multi-million pound make-over that will open its doors for the first time in May 2012.

Myer department store by Peddle Thorp Architects, Melbourne

February 15th, 2012

Through a collaborative design process involving Myer Design, and shop-fitters, our challenge was to create a unique retail experience for each environment, developing specific design theme on each floors. The organic contemporary level 6 and 7 have been design as interactive futuristic spaces. The designer introduces the notion of path and discovery into the planning strategy to enhance the consumer experience.

Denham store, Tokyo

November 3rd, 2011

Opening to the public today is Denham’s stand-alone Tokyo store, representing the second dedicated retail presentation following the successful opening of the label’s Amsterdam location.