Posts Tagged ‘retail scene’

Mackintosh Flagship Store by D.Brain, London – UK

November 12th, 2015



After closing down its store on Mount street earlier this year, Mackintosh has resurfaced in London\’s booming retail scene with a brand new flagship.

the papilion store, Jakarta – Indonesia

September 15th, 2015

Very timely anticipating the shifting retail landscape, the papilion has tweaked the format of the latter store and added ample floor space along the way. The shopping experience has been given a dramatic boost thanks to alluring new settings on the lofty ground floor premises.

The Hoxton Hotel by Nicemakers, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 28th, 2015



There’s a buzz in Amsterdam’s hospitality scene that’s unprecedented, mindblowing even.

Dior Flagship Store by Peter Marino, Seoul – South Korea

July 15th, 2015



The ever-increasing affluence in the far east has made the region the undisputed new frontier in luxury retail.

MSGM Store by Massimo Giorgetti, Hong Kong – China

May 14th, 2015

MSGM Store by Massimo Giorgetti, Hong Kong – China

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.

We*Do gallery by Francisco Polo & Markus Herchet, Bangkok

September 21st, 2012

We*Do gallery carries a cool range of hand-picked items by the savvy duo, presented in a setting or constellation that directly spawns from their vision to inspire and challenge shoppers. As such, a wall section in the store is dedicated to rotating contemporary art showcases while another section features sculpture.

Via Venetto store by Buensalido+Architects

October 14th, 2011

For the first store we designed for Via Venetto, a 30-year old shoe retail store, the brief was to give it a new contemporary image to recapture its market. We therefore tried to find a balance between maintaining some of its characteristics and infusing them with newer, more contemporary forms.