Designers Nendo of Japan have completed the interior of a showroom in Tokyo for sneaker brand Puma with shoes displayed on a series of timber staircases.
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Luxury and beautiful retail jewellery shop interior design to showcasing a vast array of exceptional jewelry and gemstones. Designed by Australia based designer in Sydney and Newcastle, Snell Architects, the retail jewellery shop interior design of Bunda Boutique is represent the Bunda itself as a premier Australian luxury jewelry brand of international renown, which offering an unrivalled collection of fine jewellery.
Hermès never disappoints. The luxury brand has opened its first Paris boutique on the Left Bank in the city’s chic St.-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood. Designed by the French architecture firm RDAI—which has been responsible for creating all of Hermès’s stores worldwide—the stunning new shop is built on the site of a former swimming pool that dates from the 1930s.
Transparency, semi-transparency, opaque and reflection are the main design characteristics incorporated in the design of the Laskaris Optics shop. The inspiration was drawn from the nature of the eye. These characteristics are spaciously represented by the use of curved forms and curvilinear shapes in the design of objects as tables, service counters and display cases.
What a beautiful fashion retail done by Japanese architects Keiichiro Sako and Takeshi Ishizaka of SAKO Architects. The idea of this fashion store design is coming from satisfying the shopaholic and and provide them not only the great range of fashion product but also give the comfortable and chic place where they can spend their money to fulfill their desire.
Project picks archaic magical conception of the universe that surrounds the value of jewelry and the odd propose -against the usual crowded shop filled with jewelry, a wrapper which exposes the valuable pieces, as unique, exclusive. This creates an mysterious, strange, hollow, weightless, while eastern and Baroque atmosphere.
Mcfarlane green biggar Architecture + Design (mgb) was commissioned to design the interior for this fashion retail store. The mandate was to develop a store design that supported the simple modern and evolving aesthetic of the brand’s fashion and offer a flexible environment for showcasing clothes, jewelry and accessories.
The store entrusted with affirming the first retail outlet of this fashion label is a kind of landscape of tectonic plates translated into architectural form. The criteria applied to the restructuring of the premises, and to completely revising the sense of the existing building shell, express an uninhibited approach that artfully dovetails architecture and graphics with elements of sculpture and set-design.
New York and Beijing designers Elevation Workshop have completed the interior of a clothing store in Beijing, China. Called SongMax, the interior contains raised platforms arranged in an L-shape with dark grey walkways cutting between them. The designers wanted this division of space to simultaneously evoke a walk-in cupboard, catwalk and stage. Two red rails span three walls of the shop.
Harald Gottschling, Daniel Haffmans, Philipp Haffmans and Moritz Krueger founded the Mykita brand in 2003. The firm started designing and producing out of a former daycare centre (which are locally known as ‘kita’s’) in Berlin. Mykita eyewear collections are characterized by the firm’s ongoing search for intelligent technical solutions, as well as its creative use of modern materials and its experience in eyewear design. All frames are handmade in the berlin workshop and distributed throughout the world to high-end opticians, boutiques and department stores.
In the premises of a historical tailor’s shop in the heart of London, where the ment operation was conditioned by the tight building regulations, the new sales this leading Italian clothiers adopts a set of carefully gauged criteria that respect ing features while also addressing the various functional requirements and Irnmunication needs.
A new store for shoe brand Camper designed by Tokujin Yoshioka will open in Regent Street, London later this month. The store will feature a wall covered in folded artificial red suede, a development of an installation Yoshioka created for Italian funiture brand Moroso in New York in 2007, which used folded tissue. The chairs shown here, which also use the tissue technique, are Yoshioka’s Bouquet chair for Moroso.