Posts Tagged ‘Optic’

Optic by ORA, Moravske Budejovice – Czech Republic

November 17th, 2016

Optic by ORA, Moravske Budejovice – Czech Republic

Dijck2 optician shop by WSB, Delft – Netherlands

September 22nd, 2016

The ambiance incorporates various retro influences, New York, Moscot, Vintage, Fun shopping without borders.

Adler & Luchs optics and acoustics store by see., Neuoetting – Germany

September 7th, 2016

The opposing wall is masked with a semi-translucent floor to ceiling drape, which softens the chaos of the window front. In front of the curtain, a free standing display sets the specs optimally whilst providing a border for the room.

Be Optic at Taipei Arena by TSSID, Taipei city – Taiwan

June 6th, 2016

Be Optic at Taipei Arena by TSSID, Taipei city – Taiwan

Optic Shop by Arnau Vergés Tejero, Girona – Spain

May 14th, 2016

Only the recovered wooden structure, which stretches out to the atrium, dares to break the purity of the dominating whiteness: it is a commercial space full of experience, knowledge and innovation, where it is not necessary to fall asleep in order to see clearly.

Óculos Óptica by La i design, Vigo – Spain

April 27th, 2016

The glasses are the protagonists exhibited in well illuminated furniture spaces that enhance their characteristics. The workshop, that can be seen from the public area, transmits the customers confidence and knowhow by showing the professional and healthcare zones.

Bomar Optic by Slavica Djokovic, Novi Sad – Serbia

June 25th, 2015



In order to refresh their offer, Bomar, house of fine watches and jewelry, decided to gather the optical shop to their new concept of the watch stores all over the Serbia.

Optika Di Moda store by Tamás Csiszér, Budapest – Hungary

February 19th, 2015

Optika Di Moda, Italy in Budapest by Tamás Csiszér

Lambacher Augenoptik by Heikaus, Pforzheim – Germany

December 15th, 2014

Black and white are the dominant colours of the design concept, which has been combined here very harmoniously and gently. The floral tiling in black and white is found throughout the store, giving the concept its very own style as a dominant charming feature.

Ottica Gallazzi by Arketipo Design, Milano – Italy

August 26th, 2014

The project solves optimally the study of pathways succeeding in directing instinctively the customers in a dynamic exhibition pathway oriented in depth and enhanced in the ceiling by two bright lines that function as elegant signs towards the assisted sales counters

Papyrus optic shop by WGNB, Seoul – Korea

July 9th, 2014

Papyrus optic shop by WGNB, Seoul – Korea

Clearly optic flagship store by RCG, Auckland – New Zealand

May 22nd, 2014

A key design feature of the new store is a seamless product display wall, based on the convex shape of an eye. With dimmers and programmable LED lights in the display, the wall can be transformed to create various moods and showcase eyewear 24/7. This unique solution was recently announced as a finalist of the coveted Interior Craftsmanship Award.

Carlotti optic boutique by Véronique Laurent

February 14th, 2014

The exceptional eyeglass designs can be spotted immediately when customers enter the boutique. The metallic gray wall on the left, slashed by floor-to-ceiling columns of light, shows off the precious frames. Each of the trendy pieces shown is delicately placed on a sturdy plexiglas pedestal set between rows of drawers that hold the rest of the stock.

Optic store by studio 7 designs, Vadodara – India

October 4th, 2013

We have used white colour in entire store to highlight product as store is very small. We have avoided heavy design elements and kept it as simple as possible to highlight the product.

Kids’ Optic shop by Simenhouse, Jerusalem

March 27th, 2013

Kids’ Optic shop by Simenhouse, Jerusalem

Top Optic by Heikaus, Luxembourg

April 24th, 2012

Top Optic by Heikaus, Luxembourg

Opticshop by Darch , Kifissia

May 6th, 2011

Transparency, semi-transparency, opaque and reflection are the main design characteristics incorporated in the design of the Laskaris Optics shop. The inspiration was drawn from the nature of the eye. These characteristics are spaciously represented by the use of curved forms and curvilinear shapes in the design of objects as tables, service counters and display cases.