Shiny surfaces, surface-lit glass reinforced gypsum organic forms, and fritted glass in rear-illuminated and non-illuminated form create a dreamlike atmosphere. Swirling soffits funneling down to connect with fixtures feature cutouts resembling schools of fish.
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Warm, toasted neutral tones have been employed in the decor, on matte surfaces that best display the often-shiny satin and silk textiles used in lingerie. Black and white photographic portraits and sprays of poster-art imagery lend the shops a highly personal touch, almost as if the client is shopping in a private dwelling.
In the new PKZ store urban women can experience fashion in new surprising and inspiring ways on 2,300 m².Renowned brand names have been added to the existing range of brands and the shoes department has one of best choice of styles you have ever seen. The largest premium fashion store in Switzerland actually looks like a department store while it sells nothing but fashion.
LOLA&LIZA, a women’s fashion company founded in Belgium in 2001 with almost 100 stores in the Benelux, has embarked on a new adventure. Ambitious plans to conquer the Western-European market by expanding their store portfolio with 25 new, and mostly bigger, locations each year, are well on their way…
Shop area has got the right characteristics to display the products, taking special care of right distribution, density of product, lighting… to enable a right perception to dignify the product. On top, the length of the refrigerated displays, the distribution of points of sale, etc. fulfill the requisite to avoid agglomerations and to allow to be served individually.
The store inside, is like a veranda with big opaque white back-illuminated windows where it seems that the clothes look out to the cosmopolitan world. The shelves – with their black halls and the tables realized by varnished black wood – make the exposed products main protagonists and oppose themselves to the bright container niches of the opposite side.
The ground floor features special flooring in terrazzo encrusted with glistening St.-Louis crystals, and it’s here where the men’s ready-to-wear and accessories collections are presented. A beautifully undulating staircase in Venetian stucco leads to the second floor which is dedicated to the Hermès jewellery and watch collection.
Reflective surfaces and bright lights illuminate the space to create a more lively, almost arcade-like, setting. The stockroom at the rear of the shop, is separated by a plant wall to symbolize the role of a shaman in the rainforest. Various colorful tiling on the floor, is anything but your standard white, and features green marble from Guatemala.