Posts Tagged ‘shopping experience’

BESPOKE STORES! Little Willy’s bespoke store, New York City

November 28th, 2014

Little Willy’s aims for playtime sophistication in their line, which is targeted at boys between two and ten. Emblazoned on polos and knits is the Little Willy’s logo, a cartoon figure in a bowler hat and glasses, the lens of one eye replaced by a colorful star.

CABANE de ZUCCa SHIBUYA PARCO shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 2nd, 2014

Chromate treated steel, a different kind of galvanization process, is used as the main material. We intend to differentiate itself from the past by changing the finish and the texture of the material. Chromate treated steel frames, which are composed of unit components to meet various needs, are installed in the simple shop space.

Cannings Free Range Butchers by Fiona Lynch, Melbourne – Australia

October 2nd, 2014

The shop itself has a visually strong, modern and masculine aesthetic that is clearly manifested in the central island fridge (also the shop’s focus point) made out of stone, polished chrome and timber.

Open Space by kplus konzept, Cologne – Germany

September 24th, 2014

At night, HSW systems are used as doors, kept open during the day and parked undisguised at the side of the shop. The standardised furniture in the shop space emphasises the marketplace atmosphere and interweaves the individual shop concepts together.

Thomas Cook store at Lakeside Shopping Centre by Wanda Creative, UK

September 16th, 2014

The shop is open and encourages immediate customer engagement at the store front with “Advice Bars” delivering the online/ in-store travel offers. This immediate engagement is supported by relaxed consultation lounges and VIP private booths located towards the rear of the store, where further consultation can be undertaken.

ENGELBERT STRAUSS workwear store by Plajer & Franz, Bergkirchen – Germany

August 27th, 2014



The stores for ENGELBERT STRAUSS present the world of workwear from a completely new perspective.

Rosenwind Pharmacy by UniversalProjekt, Seewalchen – Austria

August 23rd, 2014

The pharmacy is segmented into different areas based on the products being sold, the desired shopping experience and the brand positioning. The purpose of the categorization of areas was to facilitate the identification of products, thus making it easier for the customer to shop independently if desired.

Evisu concept store, Hong Kong

September 26th, 2013

On the following floor shoppers will find the exclusive domain of bespoke denim, a first on the planet for the brand. It comes with a service that allows individual style tailoring with fabrics, fits, details, hand painting and other options.

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.

Karl Lagerfeld store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

July 12th, 2013

Huge Berlin style double-wing doors make a great appearance in the store, simultaneously giving the space a feeling of a classic apartment and separating the shopping area from the fitting rooms. Further, open ceilings and exposed brick walls slurried with a very thin white plaster break through the overall elegance of the store thus appearing very Berlin-like.

I.T concept store, Hong Kong

June 17th, 2013

Accommodated in a z-shaped area, wall-mounted mirrors create the optical illusion of bigger space. Grey cement is also used for the flooring, while black steel shelves match with lighter hued wood display tabletops and counters.

Mary Portas store by Brinkworth, London

May 27th, 2013

Brinkworth and Mary Portas collaborated to create an unconventional retail concept for Mary at House of Fraser. The brand is orientated at confident, grown-up women who demand a personal and idiosyncratic shopping experience, with product hand selected by Mary.

AT&T Michigan Avenue flagship store by Callison, Chicago

May 23rd, 2013

Throughout the 8,000 sf store, Callison strove to create a variety of places for face-to-face connections, to change the sales experience from “transaction to interaction.

Shanghai Tang Pacific Place Flagship Store by Design MVW, Hong Kong

May 23rd, 2013

Design MVW just completed the contemporary Shanghai Tang store at Pacific Place, providing a multi-sensory shopping experience to experience the richness and beauty of Chinese culture.

La Notte fashion store by Moblart Interiorismo, Gondomar – Portugal

April 18th, 2013

Isabel Raña y Abrahan Adrover of the studio Moblart Interiorismo developed a style of store inspired in the lines of the sea, elegant but functional, to offer their customers a comfortable shopping experience. the storefront is simple and elegant that gives us a view into the store, both by day and by night.

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.

Groupon concept store by HEAD Architecture, Hong Kong

April 15th, 2013

HEAD Architecture has designed a welcoming space for Groupon Concept Store with glass wall and long benches to rest on while they are waiting for their products. Groupon logo has been used as the featured ceiling light in the shop. The brand is enhanced further by using the different shades of Groupon corporate color in the whole shop.

STUKA LA TIENDA NARANJA by DESIGN FOR , León Guanajuato – Mexico

January 30th, 2013

Integration of visual elements like the route of the plane in neon light, or the same forms of furniture with attention to detail in finishing and ergonomics make this store the user perceives as fun and exciting, that captivate the curious pedestrians and invite you to visit our orange world.

Clae pop-up store by mode:lina, Poznań – Poland

January 11th, 2013

Designers of mode:lina have recently finalized a shop for Clae footwear. The challenge was to maximize the shopping experience using the lowest budget possible due to shop’s temporality. To create this space architects picked worn out euro pallets used during KontenerART 2012.

Aéropostale store by GHA Design, New York

January 3rd, 2013

The new concept store has revamped Aéropostale’s brand image creating an emotional connection with the target teenage customer. The dual notions of community and in-store technology have redefined the shopping experience through old-style community board postings and new school iPads allowing shoppers to select personal playlists while they shop in the store.