Posts Tagged ‘stores’

LC Waikiki store by Dalziel-Pow, Istanbul – Turkey

May 25th, 2017

Through drawing on the company’s family values while adopting a modern and contemporary outlook, this new concept is the template for further global expansion. It’s designed with a shop-in-shop approach creating a more intuitive customer journey through the store and enhanced departments.

REI Flagship store by CallisonRTKL, Washington, D.C. – USA

May 24th, 2017

The use of conventional interior finishes, such as drywall, was purposefully minimized, in keeping with the “gear garage” aesthetic. The architecture and material palette is simple, raw, and utilitarian; the walls are lined with exposed plywood and concrete backer board.

Alfons Schuhbeck’s spice shop, Munich – Germany

May 23rd, 2017

The ERCO LED lighting tools illuminating Alfons Schuhbeck’s spice emporium create separate zones, facilitate orientation and display the product in this oriental world of spices in the best light.

V&A Museum shop by Friend and Company, London – UK

May 23rd, 2017

It forms one of the main routes into the exhibition spaces, so had to also accommodate people passing through. It was this that led Friend to design the shop as a pair of pavilions – creating “a concept of lanes and street facades”.

Ceramic Shoppe by a + t associates, Vadodara – India

May 22nd, 2017

Ceramic Shoppe by a + t associates, Vadodara – India

Yves Rocher flagship store by Workshop, Paris – France

May 22nd, 2017

The interior of the store is an invitation for customers to explore the “Cosmétique Végétale” range through an innovative and multi-sensory experience. Glass, natural and living materials are combined seamlessly with technology and beauty to bring a breath of fresh air to the frenzied shopping of the Champs Elysées.

Rchmnd store by Omar Gandhi Architect, Halifax – Canada

May 21st, 2017

From the outside, glazing frames products displayed on white millwork – giving visitors the impression of a minimal, monochromatic space. Along both walls, recessed cavities provide room to hang clothing or place shelves.

Theo&Co. boutique store by KOGAA studio, Brno – Czech Republic

May 19th, 2017

The new store features a wooden podium that acts as a connecting element between two existing areas: the selling space and the backstage. The first visible function of the wooden platform is that of a display surface, extending to the wall as one area for displaying the items on sale.

July’s Flower store by Alberto Caiola, Shanghai
 – China

May 18th, 2017

Flowers are the store’s natural centrepiece. Displayed in clustered pots adjacent to large mirrored dishes, the result is a cornucopia of images, the blossoms reflected ad infinitum to intriguing effect.

cottonREPUBLIC flagship store by Ramoprimo, Beijing – China World Mall

May 17th, 2017

The resulting structure is floating in the space surprising and surrounding the customers, like an oversized patterned women’s tights, a wrap-around roller coaster track, or the bent portion of a psychedelic Eiffel tower.

Salón White store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

May 17th, 2017

Salón White store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

The Cooper Aerobics Health and Wellness Centre by Shopworks, Nanjing Loashan – China

May 16th, 2017

One of the main challenges was to specifically target and communicate with Chinese customers whilst maintaining a western brand image. This approach was fundamental in the redesign of the Cooper logo, brand idenitity and Cooper centre concept.

Beauty by Boozt.com by Jensen Retail Group, Ro s Torv – Denmark

May 16th, 2017

Since it is their first physical shop, we have had the opportunity to translate boozt.com’s values and develop an identity which can lead the way forward. When it comes to style, the design clearly carries references to the art deco-period’s decadent universe, where materials like brass, glass and velour are in dialogue with a sharp geometric design language.

Modehaus Reichle store by Konrad Knoblauch, Salem – Germany

May 16th, 2017

The tree sculpture, the branches and the ceiling strips are all made of solid oak, and the wall frames have a powder coating in copper. The wall frames and central furniture have a recessed pilaster strip made of hard wood.

MTM Skincare spa by More Design Office, Chengdu – China

May 15th, 2017

As guests climb the stair the ceiling folds over and the walls are lit by hidden uplights creating a warm and comforting environment.

FREEZER ice cream shop by SK Designers & Housestanding, Ramat Gan – Israel

May 15th, 2017

The designers than decided to leave them by their nature, leading to a decision to use throughout all the design, unusual materials from the industry area to enhance the connection to the outside street. Special concrete tiles were chosen for the floor, concrete plates covered the counters, and black marble was installed on top.

3.1 Phillip Lim store by Kate McCullough and MR Architecture + Decor, Los Angeles – California

May 15th, 2017

Largely defined by free-standing partition walls and transparent strip-curtains, the space is furnished with carefully selected contemporary furniture pieces. A beautifully exposed vaulted wooden roof ties in all sections of the store.

Lane Crawford x The Webster stores, Hong Kong + China

May 14th, 2017

The two retailers have joined forces, presenting a specially curated edit of worldwide exclusive men’s and women’s fashion pieces, must-have lifestyle and the hottest beauty looks in special pop-up stores and online.

Saje Natural Wellness store by Jennifer Dunn Design, Ontario – Canada

May 12th, 2017

A living plant wall at the entry, a signature installation for the client, brings an element of freshness to the shopping experience and reiterates the retailers dedication to the natural world of plants. Vertical wood planks used as a ceiling treatment accentuate the unique shape of the retail space while adding depth to the high ceiling.

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.