Posts Tagged ‘retail space’

Ocelot bookstore and cafe by Martina Zeyen, Berlin – Germany

August 28th, 2014



Inside a retail space of 260 sqm, Ocelot proves that bookstores can do more than just sell books.

Design furniture by Caporaso

July 18th, 2014

Italian luxury label is the latest to incorporate edgy eco and sustainable design furniture into its retail space.

Capsule store by Prospace Design Studios, Melbourne – Australia

June 8th, 2014

The shop front, consisting of large lattice like screens made up of black metal rods, encased in a timber frame, and enclosed within a ceramic tiled portal, creates a substantial impact on entry to the store.

Optique Potts Point by Smart Design Studio, Sydney – Australia

March 5th, 2014

To make the interior highly visible we built an all-white space beneath a coloured mirror lantern, in order to create an inviting retail space as well as signal its new use to the passersby. The multi-coloured lantern makes use of high ceilings and uses four different colours of mirror as well as coloured glass, to create a complex array of reflected colours and lights.

Sens Wine Cellar by PlotCreative, Hong Kong

August 29th, 2013

The retail space of wine cellar where promote special items to customers. We have decided to apply three materials of manual in this place. It’s make it simple and strong with wood, metal and black mirror.

Afura pop-up store, Amsterdam

August 23rd, 2013

The pop-up store features a basic, contemporary interior and is spiced up with a series of carefully sourced props that complement the merchandise on offer. The items on offer are very compatible and represent a complete men’s leisure wardrobe.

Totokaelo Man store, Seattle – Washington

July 18th, 2013

The old fir beams have been properly sandblasted and now reveal a fresh hue and the concrete floor has been given a matching white gloss epoxy finish. What has been added in the back is a built-in shelving unit that spans the width of the store at one end, and which is inspired by a quirky 1960s couch that the owner once came across.

Beautiful Fül store, Los Angeles – California

July 1st, 2013

Nudie Jeans store & Global Repair Station, London

June 26th, 2013

The interior features raw and rustic vintage furniture set against a clean backdrop, giving the store a bright and open feel. With Nudie’s wide range of fits and washes, the store will be the faultless place for customers to find a perfect pair of jeans guided by their denim experts.

Exploratorium store Pier 15 by Shopworks Design, San Francisco

June 21st, 2013

The Exploratorium’s exhibit workshop, where all of the exhibits are developed, built, and tested, inspired the new store design. In fact, the exhibits have been built into the Store – a place for visitors to continue to play, observe and discover while they shop.

Annie Aime store by +tongtong, Toronto

June 10th, 2013

Annie Aime is a fashion retail space designed utilizing +tongtong’s series of geometric freestanding clothing racks, Les Ailes Noires. An open-concept flexible environment that can easily be reconfigured for art openings and other events was created to allow the client to be able to evolve her explorations and retail offerings.

Handsome Cycle store by KNOCK, Minneapolis

April 15th, 2013

KNOCK designed and assembled every customized part of the shopping experience – from the front door to the digital projections of video and animation to the bike customization tables to the checkout – to be as Handsome as could be.

Crumpler store by Ryan Russell, Melbourne

April 8th, 2013

The design of the store is based on the abstraction of a pixel. A space that merges lighting and different media to create a fractured urban landscape of light and moving images. Russell and Davy worked closely to design a dynamic space that frames and illuminates the products.

Sjaak Hullekes store, The Hague – Netherlands

March 29th, 2013

The retail space has been given a makeover to match its newly acquired status and now features a more cohesive look. Dotted with carefully sourced vintage furnishings, it now boasts an increased homey vibe with separate sections of neatly arranged goods.

The Broken Arm concept store, Paris

March 16th, 2013

There’s nothing much broken about the arms of this diverse wonder however, they’re coming out swinging with all the eclecticism, design and daring that we’re so partial to; design-led publications sit alongside highly regarded fashion brands, sitting alongside up-and-coming designers that all sit alongside a charming little café.

Diesel store, Brussels

March 8th, 2013

Next to heaps of denim, the shelves are packed with a wide variety of shoes, bags, accessories and eyewear. In synch with the launch of the Diesel + Edun Collab denim collection, a special corner has been dedicated to the special range of merchandise.

Urban Fly concept store by Dek-O, Colón – Panama

February 27th, 2013

Urban Fly seeks to be present in every possible urban scene, always sharing the day by day experiences, the real life adventures. This brand is made for dynamic people, loaded of positive energy, people who choose not to wear a simple shoe but the one that represents the best his / her real way of thinking and living culture.

adidas No. 42 store by ether a.c., Paris

February 19th, 2013

The No. 42 store sits under a modern ceiling that on the one hand references the iron framework of a 19th century Parisian passageway and on the other provides a sleek contrast with the place’s raw industrial aesthetics.

Carhartt store, Moscow

January 31st, 2013

Clean and minimalist, it incorporates swathes of the building’s existing concrete, paired with wooden panelling in a matching grey shade.

Shoes of Prey store-within-store at David Jones by The General Store, Sydney

January 30th, 2013

A new store concept opens for business today created by Sydney start-up The General Store. The project is a collaboration between celebrated online women’s shoe retailer, Shoes of Prey who sell customisable women’s shoes, and iconic bricks-and-mortar player, David Jones.