The various displays and furnishings have been made with the helps of friends, and add a touch of D.I.Y. chic that’s very compatible with the merchandise.
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Designed by New York-based architect Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox Arhitecture, ‘OWEN’, a new boutique which offers a fusion of emerging designer clothes is about to open in the meatpacking district of New York City. Responding to the inherent nature of the industrial space, approximately 25,000 brown paper bags surface the continuous wall and ceiling plane.
Presenting an idea of interior designing, this monobrand bring the simplicity concept but still remain the smart and elegance interior works to their retail store. Align with the tagline and marketing campaign as woman’s ready to wear boutique, this project of MIM design store also deliver the idea to build their smart and simple idea comes to reality as a store. Combination between wood flooring and tile’s style, bring a different ambience to this two storey boutique.
Located in downtown Budapest, the Heaven store was built by our company, Mobilia-Artica Ltd. It was a great challenge to create a well-performing multibrand store amongst the many monobrand stores surrounding the location. We have transformed a street store, combining multiple levels. By focusing on transparency and emphasizing on the various ceiling heights, we have managed to create a visually stimulating interior.
Okinaha is Europe’s first concept store on health and anti-aging. Our mission was to develop a retail concept that would reflect the values of the brand, which are health and longevity. All of our creative output are inspired by purity and oriental simplicity, allowing the customer to relax while shopping for health. Coast developed the whole concept including branding, identity and retail environment.
Reflecting the Levi’s® store interior that is texturally rich, with a premium palette of materials, we created in-store packaging with a handcrafted feel. Carrier bags and gift wrapping were developed using raw materials, an embossed logo, handwritten lettering and simple black and white photography.