Posts Tagged ‘stores’

Alquema flagship store by loopcreative, Sydney – Australia

December 16th, 2016

The store’s main design feature is a custom made sculptural radial steel clothing rack modeled from the ‘golden ratio’ that sits in the middle of the store, gently guiding the customer’s journey and exhibiting the latest clothing collections.

Game 7 Athletics flagship store by d+d group, Milan – Italy

December 16th, 2016

In the middle of the store a huge box was erected, covered in stretched metal sheet and sliding plexiglass panels, to host the shoe universe, a dedicated area paved in asphalt-like resin.

petit h Holiday Factory by Checkland Kindleysides and DML, New York City

December 16th, 2016

Around the perimeter of the space, an abstraction of the traditional advent calendar, presents collections of handmade jewellery, homeware and accessories within individually lit golden apertures. Elsewhere, textiles and prints are suspended from custom hangers on knotted leather cord.

Natural Finland Shop by Yatofu Creatives, Helsinki – Finland

December 16th, 2016



We set the brief to be an open and inviting retail space, with a bright and airy feel, while exuding the warm comfort of the Scandinavian attitude. The actual product category would be determined later, so functional aspects of the space were to be designed with an ethereal hand.

KODAK Lens Store by Csiszer Design, Gyõr – Hungary

December 15th, 2016


The vivid, cheerful colors and simple shapes land an attractive look and friendly feel to the installation of each KODAK Lens stores.

Adidas revamp by StudioXAG, London – UK

December 15th, 2016


Taking reference from the iconic housing estates of London we brought the outside inside with reclaimed chimney pots used as planters and even a piece of the London streets in the form of a reclaimed pavement light re-purposed as a coffee table. Sourced mid-century British furniture, phone charging facilities and local magazines offer an inviting retreat from the busy streets of Soho.

Coop’s Supermarket Of The Future by Area-17, Milan – Italy

December 15th, 2016



The architecture of the supermarket is meant to foster an overarching perception of the whole environment. The dense organization, the linear geometric configurations, and the use of low display units guide the customer through the supermarket and help him buy simply and quickly.

Manolo Blahnik store by Nick Leith-Smith, Moscow – Russia

December 14th, 2016



Through the tantalising gaps in the floral inspired Corian façade, glimpses of a discreet and restrained chamber can be gathered. The forest like verticality of the timber cladding and geometric step detail framing the mirrors provide contrast to the whimsical Corian.

CHAOS store by Studiofibre, London – UK

December 14th, 2016



CHAOS is the brainchild of super-stylists Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall. Their glossy, sophisticated and highly covetable range of iPhone cases, which attach to zips and charms, instantly transform a phone into a cross between a charm bracelet and a necklace.

Gucci store by Alessandro Michele, Tokyo – Japan

December 14th, 2016


Situated on the second floor, the new outpost measures a sizeable 220 sqm and is obviosuly designed according to Michele’s new and guidelines, featuring a more homey yet still very sumptuous palette with inlaid coloured marble floorin, contemporary fixtures and classic-inspired sofas and chairs.

Denovo Diamonds Flagship Store by Jagnus Design Studio, Pasay – Philippines

December 13th, 2016

The glass panels in store were built to resemble the facets of a diamond, making the customer feel like they step into a diamond.

Espacio Colaborativo Nalca by Pedro Silva, Santiago – Chile

December 13th, 2016



The space was conceived by designer Pedro Silva through his collaboration with Chilean Brand Nalca Shoes. Based on three axes of interdependent action, Espacio Colaborativo Nalca offers guidelines of production suggested by the space’s three architectural programs. These programs include a commercial platform, creative lab and exhibition gallery.

LE PUR – pop-up shop by Ramoprimo, Beijing – China

December 13th, 2016



These semi-transparent decorative elements mainly re-propose the idea of wooden cranes used for traditional fruit stands in street markets, and this feeling is reinforced by creating a striped canopy on the external shop’s facade. A slope ceiling invites customer to focus on the main yogurt display on top of the counter.

Maher Store by Harmonic Trend [L], Hamedan – Iran

December 12th, 2016

Staircase’s handrails and landings end up to regales and dress hanging location, which make an independent, continuous and integrated structure, while each as an separate object has its own structure and configuration.

MatchesFashion store by SFD, London – UK

December 12th, 2016

The resulting concept respected both the local area and unique space as well as the identity of Matches and the premium brands it stocks. Reclaimed timber flooring, raw steel tube fixtures and striking Barrisol-style lighting create an environment that’s visually inspiring yet commercially practical.

Chanel pop-up stores, Paris – France

December 12th, 2016

Further enhancing the chosen aesthetic are black linear clothes rails, matching displays in mesh metal, and wooden console tables mounted on glass supports.

Folli Follie concept store by E23, Hong Kong

December 11th, 2016



The challenge, however, was not simply applying these new experiential elements to one store, but rather, translating them across a wide variety of global points of sale, including Athens, London, Beijing and New York etc. From large flagship stores, to standalone boutiques, to shop-in-shop retail spaces, E23 was tasked with creating a flexible yet coherent design approach.

PEDICA – Cobbler + comfort shoe store by ABNORM studio, Montreal – Canada

December 11th, 2016



The cobbler side in white invites passersby to enter while the black retail space offers a divergent shopping experience. The retail side ends on a mirror background reflecting a rhythmic shelving system, which in turn accentuates the depth of the space with a tunnel effect. Two separate services, clearly defined, all in one store.

Mariah Rovery jewelry store by Estúdio Chao, São Paulo – Brazil

December 10th, 2016



With a floor plan of just 20 meters squared, the studio has wrapped the interior of the shop with an envelope of ‘tubes’ that appear tonally similar from afar, but upon closer inspection prove to be texturally individual.

TIMESTUFF store by Susanne Kaiser Architektur & Interiordesign, Berlin – Germany

December 10th, 2016



Under the display are vitrines of glass and wood with drawers for the more products. The seating element in signal yellow in the Shopwindow is diplays from the street side the product and offers to take a seat down from the other side of the shop.