Posts Tagged ‘shoes’

New-look visual merchandising system for Regatta by Leach, Huddersfield / Manchester – UK

November 10th, 2017

At only 65mm thick, the streamlined wall-mounted system integrates eye-catching graphics with ultra-bright LED illumination and slick magnetic shelving, for maximum impact as soon as a customer arrives.

Lockerroom store by Joshua Florquin Architecture

November 9th, 2017

The design is characterized by sober minimal lines and a dynamic brass ceiling that unifies the space. Niches and volumes generate a dynamic circulation and give the possibility to display each shoe as a unique object.

Descente Blanc store by Schemata Architects, Yokohama – Japan

October 30th, 2017

The interior design is created by longtime collaborator and architect Jo Nagasaka of Tokyo-based Schemata Architects, and features an austere aesthetic with a signature hydraulic system that presents Descente Blanc’s coveted merchandise on ceiling-mounted clothing racks, but also forms the boutique’s storage at the same time.

Flagship and global identity for CCC by Dalziel & Pow, Lubin – Poland

October 18th, 2017

The new concept in Lubin, Poland is a 1,000 sqm statement store that helps customers browse an abundance of styles in an easy-to-shop mode. It offers ‘Style Made Simple’; a convenient showcase that highlights CCC sub-brands and tells the company’s story with confidence.

Pedder on Scotts Shop Display by Mes Workshop, Scotts Square – Singapore

October 17th, 2017

For the Fall/Winter 2017 display, Pedder on Scotts went for a bold and playful arcade theme. There are several dazzling pieces throughout the retail area, including a rotating Ferris Wheel, red arrow signage, cyber-looking LED light shoe shelf, thunder platform and a functional retro arcade game station.

Louis Vuitton Maison store by Peter Marino, Paris – France

October 10th, 2017

Being a Louis Vuitton Maison, the brand obviously has pulled out all the stops to turn any shop visit into a highly memorable one, instigating such an experience also through an infusion of art. The luxury house commissioned no less than 21 artworks by a number of leading contemporary artists from around the planet.

Lifestyle Store of the Future by Greater Group, Tokyo – Japan

October 8th, 2017

The strong contrast of wooden walls against the sharp concrete flooring represents raw performance. Innovation is also drawn by the mobility of the wooden podiums, which enable smooth transformation from a daily retail store to an event or product launch space, by simply inserting the floor fixtures (product display blocks) into the walls.

Perky store by That Design Company, City Bell- Argentina

October 5th, 2017

The main idea was to link the soul of the brand with the identity of the store, adapted to the Argentine public in a mall with several other stores.

Sneakerboy store by March Studio, Melbourne – Australia

October 3rd, 2017

Shoppers enter the premises through a tunnel – a signature architectural feature of the retailer’s showrooms – and once inside, a voluminous space unfolds, captured in an industrial palette of concrete, steel and glass.

FlyPony flagship concept store by Prism Design, Shanghai – China

September 21st, 2017

Those eight colored dots are actually two sorts of supporting dots: fixed and movable dots. The mix of those dots blended function and fantasy. The back of green dots can install hangers. Other colors dots have magnate in their back and could be arranged freely.

Lost Garden flagship store by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

September 9th, 2017

The store space of Lost Garden expressesthis intention of the client to respond sensitively to trends in every nook and cranny, like hidden treasure. The harmony of masculine black and ruggedness forms abackdrop, in the center of which sits a cool circular structure expressing the infinite variability that Lost Garden aspires to. This circular structure delivers the brand message in an eye catching manner, rotating 360 degrees around its center with images of Lost Garden’s products being projected on it.

ASICS retail concept by Green Room, Brussels – Belgium

August 10th, 2017


Arrels Barcelona identity by Hey

July 17th, 2017

The design of the pattern plays with the idea that if you were to rip up all the layers of concrete which cover the urban landscape underneath you would find the original, natural surface of the earth.

CASUALIS Footwear store by Manuel García Asociados, San Javier – Spain

July 17th, 2017

On one hand, materials of industrial aspect have been used in an effort to give the store an eclectic atmosphere. In this way, the columns are naked of busted concrete; the ceilings are solved with a cooperating plate which is above the lighting rails; and translucent polycarbonates and a metallic net are used to solve the closure with the warehouse.

Regal Shoes store by NUDES, Mumbai – India

July 2nd, 2017

The top surface of the cube is diagonally split to create backlit triangular apertures that transform in surface area. The level of the cube drives the area of the triangular aperture. Higher the level of the cube, larger is the surface area of the back-lit triangular aperture.

Superfeet store by Team A Ventures at Packages Mall, Lahore – Pakistan

June 28th, 2017

Explore the dynamic nature of movement of shoes as a result of their function and translate the energy, flow and engagement into the retail experience. Use the design of the product displayed as inspiration for color, texture and form. Use the storage/container of shoe boxes as a focal point and make it an interactive part of the retail area.

Antonioli Y-3 Pure Boost installation by StudioXAG, Milan – Italy

June 28th, 2017

The products are heroed on clusters of black spheres peppered along an existing wedge platform. In a rich variety of textures, huge matte and glossy black balloons nestle amongst flocked hemispheres topped with glossy acrylic.

Go Sport store by Brand Creative, Dubai – UAE

June 27th, 2017

Bold lighting techniques and unconventional volumes add character to the space and increase consumer engagement. Our in-house graphics team designed customised apps to incorporate into the zones and complement each different theme and product offering.

KI ecobe footwear

June 22nd, 2017

The unique model can be assembled and disassembled using modular parts which work together to form three pairs of shoes. Each part serves a different function which allows for an effortless transition between home, outdoors or even the beach.

“White Forest” installation at Hills Avenue flagship store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo – Japan

June 20th, 2017

Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, the retail installation expresses the lightness of Hills Avenue’s shoes – developed using proprietary technology – throughout the store and beyond. Floor-to-ceiling windows on both floors of the 300-sq-m space allow plenty of eyeballs to pop at Yoshioka’s White Forest. The shoes float and fly in the forest of 700 thin white metal rods, set free from the laws of gravity.