Posts Tagged ‘sculptural elements’

Amour Vert store by BCV Architects, Palo Alto – California

January 3rd, 2017

Freestanding shelving units create walls of patterned fabric, while sculptural elements and simple graphics throughout complement the store’s open, airy feel.

Office at Hong Kong Plaza by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

July 28th, 2016

The new volume is lit with two distinct light sources: sideways natural light from the existing windows at one end, and static light from a new ceiling aperture created at the opposite end. Between the two light sources, a series of objects are placed longitudinally along the line of symmetry.

Tate Modern windows by Prop Studios, London – UK

July 17th, 2016

The Prop Studios team designed, manufactured and installed the scheme combining graphic and sculptural elements to create an engaging statement for the launch window. Spheres on rods make the logo appear to disjoin and realign, depending on the chosen perspective of its audience.

Saks Fifth Avenue flagship store by CBX, Houston – Texas

June 6th, 2016

CBX designed the store’s escalator as a major focal point in the customer’s journey, highlighted by a white ceramic gold-leaf sculpture by Pascale Girardin that spans two stories.

Chicago Blakhawks Flagship Store by Chipman Design Architecture, Chicago – Illinois

October 16th, 2015



When planning a new flagship location, this year’s Stanley Cup champions, the Chicago Blackhawks, recruited Chipman Design Architecture to create a polished team store, plentiful in unique and immersive in-store experiences.

Marni flagship store by Sybarite, London

September 27th, 2012

Incorporating organic sculptural elements, the design for Marni’s flagship London store creates a unique sense of visual connectivity that encourages full exploration of the two level shop.

folding A-part by Mika Barr

May 12th, 2011

‘folding A-part’ is a project that deals with print as an outline to fabric’s structure. An exploration and research performed by israeli-based Mika Barr, the development is a series of textiles that fold, fracture and turn in three-dimensional ways, derived from a flat printed pattern.