Posts Tagged ‘stores’

White Mountaineering store, Tokyo

September 9th, 2011

White Mountaineering has had some of the best responses to their approach to Japanese outdoor hiking-inspired garments and have been consistent every season. While they do a great job in the garment department, they do not slack when it comes to the interior design of their retail spaces.

F95 fashion store, Berlin

September 9th, 2011

Founded by the organisers of PREMIUM Berlin, the F95 FASHION STORE first opened its doors in 2005. Despite being located in the up-and-coming district of Friedrichshain, far away from the glamour of central Berlin’s Ku’damm or Friedrichstrasse, the store has quickly become a sought-after destination by the city’s hipsters and fashion-savvy.

Gant Rugger store, New York

September 9th, 2011

The new Gant Rugger store on 25 Prince Street in Nolita is just as vintage-inspired as you’d expect it to be. Inside, the decor hits the three Rs of store decorating: reclaimed, repurposed and reworked. The interior of the brand’s third stand-alone New York store features exposed walls, good old-fashioned woodwork, and pieces snatched up from shuttered factories in New England.

Casanueva Pharmacy by Clavel Arquitectos, Murcia – Spain

September 8th, 2011

Over the past few years, the concept of the chemist’s has changed in accordance with the changes in the laws that regulate the activity. Apart from the health service provided by the chemist, new concepts such as “added value”, “concurrence” and “visualization” have become part of the services offered.

Ksubi fashion store at Westfield by Akin Creative, Sydney

September 8th, 2011

Ksubi an Australian fashion brand opened its first store in at Westfield, Sydney.

Colette store, Paris

September 8th, 2011

Even if Colette seems like every other independent store, the French mother of all trend boutiques located in the heart of Paris’ shopping hub, Rue Saint Honoré, has become a veritable lifestyle empire.

Nike Sportswear Stadio 55 Pop Up Store, Tokyo

September 8th, 2011

Nike Sportswear are preparing to open a pop-up store in Tokyo opening on August 20, with the core theme, football. With the vocal point one of Japans superstars, Nagatomo, the theme also pinpoints Italian football and in particular Inter Milan.

Ralph Lauren Rugby store in Covent Garden, London

September 7th, 2011

Ralph Lauren Rugby store in Covent Garden, London.

Wood Wood flagship store by Karl-Oskar Olsen, Copenhagen

September 7th, 2011

Danish retailer and label Wood Wood have recently opened a new store in the heart of downtown Copenhagen. Designer Karl-Oskar Olsen, who also boasts interior design as one of his traits has made great use of the space with a dignified design.

Hair dressers shop Interiordesign concept by r m i design for Spektrum home TV

September 6th, 2011

I was on an opening of a sculpture exhibition in Győr. The creation of the artist was an open-air statue, which was made of an epoxy resin and he made material become like clay with graphite . This inspired the concept.

Anthem store by Fred Rigby, London

September 6th, 2011

Renowned fashion buyer Simon Spiteri, who is best known for launching Liberty’s internationally renowned menswear department has now embarked on a new retail outlet with Anthem. Compromised of a host of labels both local and international, with the likes of Folk and Oliver Spencer put against the likes of Comme des Garcons and Raleigh Denim.

Sit Shop Shu store by Chris Briffa Architects, Valletta – Malta

September 6th, 2011

The site for a new shoe shop in Valletta, presented a very limited volume – one 3x7m room with an underlying basement – which provided the most significant challenge. From the early sketches, we adopted a vertical approach rather than a horizontal one, and the volume was fragmented into one giant staircase which would combine display, seating, storage and all services into one.

Moncler store, Beijing

September 6th, 2011

Opening its outpost in Beijing, Moncler expands in China with having four stores in the Chinese mainland plus two boutiques in Hong Kong. Located in The Village in Beijing, the new 516 square meters boutique represents an important stage in Moncler’s world-wide distribution strategy.

De Beers jewelry by CAPS Architecture Interior Design, Tokyo

September 5th, 2011

Inspired by the unique brilliance of De Beers’ diamonds, the exciting new elements of the CAPS designed store concept create a sparkling effect throughout. The experience is heightened by the starry diamond ceiling, allowing the visitor to walk through the universe of the diamond.

24 Issey Miyake store by Moment Design, Hakata

September 5th, 2011

The 24 Issey Miyake store is conceived by moment design’s Hisaaki Hirawata and Tomohiro Watabe and located in Hakata, Japan. This store is to stimulate the shopping experience in a store. The bright colors attracts customer’s attraction against a simple white background at the store. There are bright lights which causes the clothes to “glow” and creates a lively atmosphere for the shoppers.

True Religion jeans store, Berlin

September 5th, 2011

With his firs shop in Berlin, the producer of the Kultjeans goes to the Hackeschen market. The shop is filled with nature wood elements and a gigantic Denimbar and 120 sqm with Jeanswear, Sportswear, shoe and accessories.

Won Hundred Store by MAPT, Copenhagen

September 5th, 2011

Wouldn’t it be great if the interior concept for a store could be flexible, easy repeatable and at the same time unique, high quality and true to the brands values? Creating this, was the ambition for the new Won hundred store.

Neil Barrett store by Zaha Hadid, Hong Kong

September 2nd, 2011

The opening of the Neil Barrett store – only the third one after opening up in Milan and Tokyo – is at the landmark mall in the city’s Sheung Wan area. And what a store it is! The interior is designed by starchitect Zaha Hadid, and is hypermodern and sleek.

Uniqlo Megastore by Curiosity, Tokyo

September 2nd, 2011

Curiosity has completed the design of the Uniqlo Megastore that has opened near Shinjuku station in Tokyo. The new design is strongly influenced by the Tokyo urban landscape and the large entrance, marked with three display towers, recreates a mini-Shinjuku city.

Bassike store by Akin Creative, Sydney

September 2nd, 2011

The white and wood theme perfectly captures the label’s minimal-but-warm aesthetic. Entering on ground level the staircase drops from the middle of the room, with amazing slatted dividers rising up on either side.