Posts Tagged ‘shopfront’

Sir Ovenn Bakery by Shark&Shark, Shanghai – China

December 12th, 2017

Jumping triangles on counter and flooring are cut from black square tiles. Halos from hairline finish brass gives a warm and savoury ambience to the space.

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.

Katies store by HMKM, Chadstone / Melbourne – Australia

May 12th, 2017

HMKM and Katies worked closely together to create a concept that delivers on both commercial and emotional levels, empowering the customer and allowing her to meaningfully reconnect with the brand. The new Katies is a welcoming, stimulating destination; a place to gather, share, shop and be inspired.

ATTIK Clothing store by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

January 13th, 2017

ATTIK is a small independently owned chain and the designer’s task was to create a point of difference to all of the national and international tenants and to get noticed by mall shoppers.

Hobbs flagship store by NOW, London – UK

September 26th, 2016

The retail furniture upholstery, lighting and individually commissioned illustrations by Mariko Jesse to the walls all reflect Hobbs British craft focus re-enforcing the brands heritage and authentic British aesthetic.

Serge DeNimes Pop-up Store 2016 by SFD, London – UK

June 27th, 2016

Using raw and industrial materials like spruce pine, concrete and untreated steel – with clean white finishes elsewhere – sfd designed a contrast between the interior’s starkness and the vivid shopfront.

My Skin Centre beauty salon by Creative Shop Retail Shopfitting, Johannesburg – South Africa

March 28th, 2016

The North Face Store by CoMa – Interior Architecture Studio, Sydney – Australia

November 24th, 2015



This store for The North Face is situated in a shopping centre – the primary focus for the design was the articulation of the shopfront to make the store’s presence stand out.

Kurt Geiger Store by Brown Studio at Lakeside Shopping Centre Thurrock, Grays – UK

October 30th, 2015



Earlier this year Brown Studio completed its latest UK collaboration with Kurt Geiger – a new store at the Lakeside Shopping Centre Thurrock.

Ugg Australia flagship store by CoMa, Melbourne – Australia

October 6th, 2015

The intention for the exterior façade was to create a contrast with the interior by selecting bronze metal cladding to frame the bright and warm interior.

R&G store by Studio Gascoigne, Auckland

August 29th, 2012

R&G brand is aimed at a younger segment of Rodd & Gunn’s target market. Most of the fixtures are ‘found’ objects to give the feeling of a ‘pop-up’ store.

Redcurrent store by Studio Gascoigne, Wellington

August 23rd, 2012

The sumptuous new fitout for Redcurrent is set in a warehouse space in and the brief was to provide backdrops, introduce key features to showcase the exquisite treats and treasures on display and bring the brand into the next decade.

Volume store by Studio Ginger, Doncaster Melbourne

May 4th, 2012

Volume store by Studio Ginger, Doncaster Melbourne

Canali building by GRASSICORREA, London

December 7th, 2011

The recently renovated building located in New Bond Street in London houses Canali’s largest boutique worldwide, with offices and showroom. Today, it constitutes the Italian fine tailoring brand’s new location headquarters in six floors.

Cranium Hair Salon by Choi Ropiha Fighera, Manly

September 22nd, 2011

Choi Ropiha Fighera completed a full commercial fitout with the re-launch of Cranium Hair Salon in Manly. The project organises the salon as 3 primary spaces – reception, the main cutting studio, and the more intimate hair spa room.

Crumpler store by Russell & George, Doncaster – Australia

August 15th, 2011

The Crumpler store is marked by its extraordinary shopfront which immediately identifies the brand and marks the store entry clearly within the visual noise of the ubiquitous shopping mall. Every aspect of the design reinforces the Crumpler brand: the aesthetic is strong, clear and not at alloverworked.

Gap store by Dalziel and Pow

August 3rd, 2011

We were appointed by Gap’s European team to reinvigorate the store design and give the brand more relevance in the European market. We designed a new store concept, that takes its inspiration from the very first Gap store which opened on Ocean Avenue, San Francisco in 1969.