The store’s main design feature is a custom made sculptural radial steel clothing rack modeled from the ‘golden ratio’ that sits in the middle of the store, gently guiding the customer’s journey and exhibiting the latest clothing collections.
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The interior is inspired by the functional aesthetic of american high school stadiums, and as such it features a tunnel entrance, stands for live-game viewing on big screens, locker rooms instead of dressing rooms, and track and field areas where avid shoppers can test and experience products. To signal the brand’s embrace of environmental principles, sustainability is very much at the core of the design.
Layered translucent materials and nostalgic school lockers formed the backdrop to the scheme, with neon strip lights reflecting the colours of the Olympic rings illuminating the window and the props. The neon lights were used in a variety of ways, from inside the lockers to being held by the mannequins as batons, bringing vibrant life to the scheme.
The Danish based brand Jack & Jones and the shopdeveloper experts at Riis Retail has opened a shop based on a new architectural concept which embraces and defines the five different brands within the brand: Core, Vintage, Tech, Originals and Premium. The five brands are placed in their own individually defined areas with unique characteristics and have separate entrances inside the shop.
Taking inspiration from kaleidoscopic patterns and the renowned Rue Cambon staircase, StudioXAG designed a series of window displays for Dutch department store De Bijenkorf. The displays feature a range of three dimensional mirror structures in geometric shapes which reflect new season garments worn by mannequins and kaleidoscopic imagery.
British India window display at Raffles City, Singapore, take us fly fly away to a palace in India. The glass window is covered with stickers of beautiful imagery of the palace hall. The background wall is covered with the image of a palace court ceiling, fully decorated in elaborate craving and ornaments.