Posts Tagged ‘luxury’

Zita Fabiani Boutique by Marco Costanzi, Roma – Italy

July 9th, 2017

The aesthetic is the result of incredible materials research with a view to creating a contemporary style that could be match with the luxury products. Marble, brass, leather and fabric liaise in perfect harmony as common thread of four levels.

Sisters Beauty Lounge by Brand Creative, Dubai – UAE

June 27th, 2017

We were asked to create a flagship look for the brand that takes cues from the luxury hospitality industry, a theme deriving from the so-called ‘beauty hotel.’ The notions of comfort permeates throughout the design concept with each furniture piece selected for it’s ergonomic properties from both a customer and a service staff point of view.

Public Hotel, New York

June 22nd, 2017

The format aims to capture luxury in a contemporary way, replacing the usual frills and perks with unique experiences, an above average personalized service, settings that inspire rather than being marveled at.

Albatar flagship store by Brand Creative, Abu Dhabi – U.A.E.

June 12th, 2017

Rich textures mimic the exotic materials used in the sandals, highlighting the luxury products which are made in Italy from ostrich, crocodile and snakeskin. Lustrous metallic finishes further contribute to the opulent setting, whilst timeless patterns embellish the store & offset the high-end sandals to perfection.

The Depot 11 by JWC by Think About, Puchong – Malaysia

June 11th, 2017

A sense of luxury was added to the industrial design concept and the hexagonal philosophy was cleverly used to include 6 main elements – iron, peacock blue, marble, copper, wood and plant.

Jacob Cohen Boutique by Area-17, Tokyo – Japan

June 9th, 2017

The exterior design of Ginza Six draws inspiration from traditional Japanese noren curtains, while the interiors are meant to offer a rich cultural experience through a mix of Japanese contemporary art and scenes of nature. Cohën’s boutique, designed by Area-17, provides a minimalistic environment of classical elegance, where furniture and refined details enhance the display of the iconic luxury denim.

Anna Jo Medical Beauty by Rptecture Architects, Melbourne – Australia

May 31st, 2017

An organic, curved and flowing design language creates the perfect environment for the Anna Jo customers. Curved walls gently lead customers down the hallway into the waiting rooms, and then further on into their treatment rooms. The fluid shape of the reception desk is inspired by the contours of the face, and is the star of the grand foyer.

Maison Decorté by Marcel Wanders at Ginza Six, Tokyo – Japan

May 19th, 2017

Marcel Wanders signature bells welcome the visitors into the store where the walls are covered in a three-dimensional representation of skin cells punctuated with pulsating flowers that express the rejuvenation of the skin.

Soph. store by The Archetype, Tokyo – Japan

May 9th, 2017

Occupying a corner unit of approx. 51 sqm., the boutique has an open-plan layout, but can be closed off with a metal sliding door.

Manolo Blahnik store at Ginza 6 by Nick Leith-Smith, Tokyo – Japan

May 4th, 2017

The focal element is a timber installation, inspired by the infamous Japanese timber contruction and joinery but realized here in crisscrossed folded wooden slats.

Dior + Dior Homme flagship store by Peter Marino, Tokyo – Japan

April 29th, 2017

Upon entereing the premises, shoppers find themselves in a lofty, seven-metre atrium in which Dior’s women’s bags, small leather goods, jewellery pieces and watches are presented in a setting that’s dominated by various shades of white.

Club-House by Studio Marco Piva, Shanghai – China

April 26th, 2017

Marco Piva has been appointed to study the best solution for a sample house of a complex of 72 villas, combining an absolutely contemporary sign with traditional Chinese one.

Saint Laurent flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

April 26th, 2017

Occupying three expansive floors, the interior features the design codes that were laid down by Hedi Slimane, Saint Laurent’s previous creative director, and incorporates luxurious materials such as marble, nickel, clear glass, and leather.

Fendi Flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

April 25th, 2017

The most striking piece arguably is a colourful fur tree by renowned Japanese floral artist Makoto Azuma that’s suspended like a chandelier from the ceiling near the entrance, and which is a renewed collab since the much-publicized launch of the Fendi Pop-up store also in the Ginza neighbourhood one-and-a-half years ago.

Spezzo – Italian restaurant by Seventh Studio, Kiev – Ukraine

April 24th, 2017

The color scheme consists of light colors, soft furniture and lots of wood create a pleasant, tranquil setting. The interior design is made in a modern style, but with thematic details that set the mood. These are wicker baskets, and copper pans on the ceiling, and showcases with Italian delicacies.

Barton Perreira store, Villotta di Chions – Italy

April 21st, 2017

The architectural luminaires Okkio 55 AD and Okkio 80 AD are ceiling mounted and enhance every single element of Barton Perreira’s store discreetly but with extreme precision: luxury becomes the absolute protagonist of space because of light.

Céline store, Seoul – South Korea

April 17th, 2017

The interior design dons the brand’s newest retail design codes, captured by natural stone flooring and shelving, marble displays, and sleek steel clothing racks on the ground floor, and this forms the backdrop for its coveted bag collection and small leather goods.

LINQ Office by Turner Development, Baltimore – Maryland

April 13th, 2017

The open layout with floor to ceiling windows was an ideal space to incorporate unique lighting fixtures as well as a pool table, with the design inspiration being reclaimed wood.

Hermès store relocation by Rdai, London – UK

March 29th, 2017

Amidst the current retail frenzy, the house of Hermès has also raised its profile, relocating its boutique in the swanky neighbourhood of Belgravia a few blocks down the road to premises almost double the size. It’s set across two floors of a listed 1950s building, and the interior design by Paris-based architecture practice Rdai is predictably lavish and elegant.

Louis Vuitton store renewal by Jun Aoki and Peter Marino, Hong Kong

March 22nd, 2017

Upon entering the premises, plush settings by Peter Marino, another longtime collaborator of the luxury brand, unfold across two expansive floors, featuring a string of homey seating arrangements surrounded by custom-made shelving, displays, and curated pieces of art.