Posts Tagged ‘stores’

Wakaka temporary store by Penda, Tianjin – China

April 8th, 2016

The boxes form a modular arrangement, designed to represent digital pixels. The units have been coupled together to form a continuous landscape that spans the length of the store.

Aesop store by einszu33, Hanover – Germany

April 8th, 2016

A suspended storage system, made partially from repurposed wood and replete with built-in sink, covers all walls, and intentionally contrasts with a supersleek metal sales counter that’s placed in the middle of the store, and a vintage chandelier by Carlo Scarpa dangling from the ceiling.

Black Comme des Garçons shop, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 7th, 2016

Concrete flooring is paired with walls and a ceiling dipped in fresh white paint, and heavy metal rods make up a seemingly makeshift clothing rack lining one side of the shop.

Helmut Lang store by Standard Architecture, Los Angeles – California

April 7th, 2016

The loft-like space is composed in smooth troweled plaster walls and concrete floors, with accents of stainless steel and black, charcoaled wood.

De Pratti Department Store by Ares Arquitectos, Guayaquil – Ecuador

April 6th, 2016

The driving idea for the new concept emerges from “a walk” in the countryside, the forest or the city. As a matter of fact, “a walk for fashion and life” where things have to involve the customer in an specific atmosphere surrounded by different elements, like trees, bicycles, leaves etc.

P&F Super Drug store by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

April 6th, 2016

In order to provide a smooth and effortless customer experience, the stores fixtures and floor plan were redesigned and simplified. The new design allows customers to easily search for products by category or by brand, or to contact staff for assistance at the wall-length service counter.

F**ing Hell Das Shop by UXUS, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 5th, 2016

In the spirit of Jake and Dinos Chapman’s drive to make art accessible, F**ing Hell Das Shop is a pop-up experience crafted from found objects and materials, at the intersection of culture and commerce.

YOUKI flagship store by LASCIAlaSCIA, Milan – Italy

April 5th, 2016

This is the first flagship store that comes with simplified forms and basic materials such as wood. The design of the store, nordic and minimalist, has been chosen to approach the combinations of different and unexpected materials used for the bags.

DHL store by Tchai International, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 5th, 2016

To give the optimal brand experience the service counter has not been given a central place in the store. On entering, the first thing noticed, after the DHL delivery bicycle in the window, is a huge screen showing videos of what is possible at DHL.

SEPTWOLVES flagship store by Prospace Asia, Xiamen – China

April 1st, 2016

The idea is to merge sale area with fashion lounge / art gallery space, transforming the whole building into an integrated space.

Mamas & Papas concept store by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

April 1st, 2016

Creating a new sense of calmness and clarity, the interior is organised into ‘worlds’ based around new parents’ key shopping missions.

Aesop store by Case-Real, Sapporo – Japan

April 1st, 2016

Stainless steel was used to create the display shelves and other functional fixtures throughout the store including the demonstration sink – an important fixture in all the Australian brand’s stores.

Diesel Black Gold boutique, Tokyo – Japan

March 31st, 2016

The interior design here oozes a tad more sophistication, captured by a monochrome palette of industrial and raw materials, emphasizing the line’s luxury positioning. Chunky displays and suspended metal clothing racks add up to the architectural understatement of the retail space.

Shoe Gallery at YAS Mall by Mynt Design, Abu Dhabi – UAE

March 30th, 2016

The interlocking ‘S’ & ‘G’ became a signature detail element within the in-store environment, influencing interior styling and detailing from fretwork panels, column features, in-store directories to frosted segmentation screens and high-level frieze features.

Skonnord shop by Form3 International Retail, Ski – Norway

March 29th, 2016

With the use of colors and materials, different shopping sections have been created to inspire and make the costumers feel at ease.

Mykita eyewear store, Tokyo – Japan

March 29th, 2016

Crafted from perforated metal panels, it covers opposite walls, and on one side it extends to the far end of the shop, and its expansive enough to showcase no less than 400 of Mykita’s coveted eyeframes and sunglasses.

V Eyewear store by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

March 29th, 2016

The V Eyewear identity and marcom system is intended to be as bold and confident as the world’s best known fashion brands; “V” is an instant classic.

DIESEL store, Tokyo – Japan

March 28th, 2016

Special design details include steel fixtures paired with rugs, concrete flooring with wooden ceilings, and antique furniture with the use of technologically advanced materials.

Aesop store, Edinburgh – UK

March 27th, 2016

As in all Aesop stores, a sink is installed, two in fact, crafted from limestone. A fireplace and seating in the middle room is used for consultation while also serving as a place for customers to repose.