Posts Tagged ‘stores’

POP-UP! Colette &Chanel pop-up shop, Paris

January 10th, 2012

From March 1st to 10th, two legendary addresses in the world of Fashion – CHANEL 31 rue Cambon and COLETTE 213 rue Saint-Honoré – were blending their creative talent to open an ephemeral boutique at 336-340 rue Saint-Honoré.

T-Magi store by WE architecture, Copenhagen

January 10th, 2012

While many shops tend to have a clear distinction between storefront and interior, the design of T-magi is intended to allow the shop itself to be perceived as the display window. WE have used the teapot – an object universally associated with tea – as the motif for both the shop, the logo and the PR material.

POP-UP! Louis Vuitton pop-up store 2011, Cannes

January 9th, 2012

Louis Vuitton opens a pop-up store on the Croisette during the 64th Cannes Film Festival. The shop which is inspired by the world of cinema will host the evening Cocktail Party By The Pool and Large Iconic Evening Dinner. They will introduce ready-to-wear collections, a selection of accessories, watches and jewellery.

Desigual shop-showroom, Barcelona

January 9th, 2012

We have opened a new shop-showroom in Barcelona, ​​on Carrer Casp 33, in the old neighborhood where all the textile wholesalers where located. But this is not a plain store, is a space where you can live the Desigual experience, enter in our world and meet our spirit.

Sportalm flagship store, Vienna

January 9th, 2012

Conversion of the new Shop concept and complete redesign of the facade with glass and solid surface In autumn the architects created a complete new corporate design for the company Sportalm. This was now also converted as planned in Vienna in the inner city after the first shop in Salzburg.

POP-UP! Colette &Chanel pop-up shop, Paris

January 8th, 2012

From March 1st to 10th, two legendary addresses in the world of Fashion – CHANEL 31 rue Cambon and COLETTE 213 rue Saint-Honoré – were blending their creative talent to open an ephemeral boutique at 336-340 rue Saint-Honoré.

Young Versace 1st boutique, Milan

January 8th, 2012

Larger then life candy canes, a merry go round with baroque style chairs, mushrooms and a lilac/white interior with the brands signature Medusa head on the walls and carpet. Versace opens her first Young Versace boutique in Milan.

Roxy South Coast Plaza flagship store

January 7th, 2012

Quiksilver South Coast Plaza flagship store.

HOME Unusual Store by Luigi Valente, Venafro – Italy

January 6th, 2012

A place like home and, at the same time, a fantasy place that projects the client faraway. It is conceived as a display cabinet that uses pure elements in order to emphasize each cloth by creating a contrast with the steel structure. This structure both gives light to the main room and folds against the walls becoming a clothes hanger.

Sergio Rossi Shop by Younes Duret Design, Casablanca – Morocco

January 6th, 2012

Sergio Rossi and Wallpaper* magazine continue to collaborate on the Men’s Footwear World Tour announcing the opening of the next location in Casablanca. Following resounding success with the first stop on the Men’s Footwear Tour in Brera, Milan’s most stylish district, Sergio Rossi launched a second men’s shoe store in Galeries Lafayette Casablanca on December 2011.

Normann Copenhagen store, Copenhagen

January 6th, 2012

The flagship shop is located in a former cinema, boasting high ceilings with an open concept. While the Normann store was opened in 2005, it has a unique concept: every night, its directors design a new window display.

Humanoid shop, Arnhem

January 5th, 2012

Humanoid shop, Arnhem.

Dominio store by Studio MFD & Taco Joustra, Amsterdam

January 5th, 2012

Netherlands based MFD has teamed up with Taco Joustra to create an interior for luxurious lifestyle store Dominio (Italian for Domain). The Store is located on the famous Nine streets of Amsterdam.

Clip Concept Store by Pedra Silva Architects

January 4th, 2012

Winners of an International Tender, this store is a new creation and concept design surfacing as a new reference in multi-brand clothing stores. The space is defined by an urban idea using material such as concrete and raw steel while mixed inertia elements creating fluidity and movement.

John Lewis Kids flagship store by Dalziel and Pow, London

January 4th, 2012

Our new children’s concept, in John Lewis’ Oxford Street flagship, takes the shopper through the heart of each product group, from fashion to nursery and travel, to footwear, toys and crafts. The total experience is improved, including layout, lighting, merchandising, digital integration and customer service.

COS boutique, Amsterdam

January 4th, 2012

Amsterdam gets a solid swedish style injection with the arrival of COS. Located in a historic building in the city’s canal district, the store measures approx. 220 sqm. – that’s actually half the size of existing COS stores – and features the brand’s first boutique concept.

Biba Doncaster salon by Ryan Russell, Doncaster – Australia

January 3rd, 2012

Unlike most salons the layout of the cutting stations are designed like a team workplace, while a central table allows for interaction between cutter and colourist and also between patrons. The layout is simultaneously interactive and discrete depending on how the participant wishes to engage with it.

Star Market at Chestnut Hill by SUPERVALU, Newton – Massachusetts

January 3rd, 2012

With input from design, engineering, and project management in the pre-design phase, this 53,514-square-foot store raises the green bar for supermarkets with 100 percent LED lighting, 90 percent off-grid energy consumption, and GreenChill Platinum-Level certification.

GRATiEA Cosmetics shop by Tima Winter Inc., Las Vegas

January 2nd, 2012

GRATiEA Cosmetics is the start of something new on Fremont St. in Las Vegas. Providing a warm and soothing environment to test and sample organic cosmetics, TWInc. used custom light boxes and warm LED lighting to create a minimal but cozy retail space.

Fame Agenda by Matt Gibson, Melbourne

January 2nd, 2012

Inspired by Janet Laurence’s ephemeral artistic layering of photographic architectural images across transparent screens & post modernist art work where layering of disparate imagery brought about alternative 3rd meanings so too was it considered that the now vacant and prominently positioned large corner glazing of the new Fame Agenda facade could re-interpret ‘old’ and ‘traditional’ in a new and contemporary ways.