We intend to design a space that resonates with movements of candy makers during the making process, and also movements of their products. Our design focuses on relationships between concrete and formwork at various stages.
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Dark grey walls make a great background for a wide range of shoes in different colours as well as coloful rope installation. Store interior is furnished with dark grey painted antiques – it is an echo of Warsaw-based shop. Massive old furniture with tiny colorful touches makes a good counterpoint for light rope installation.
There are two main new features – that are conceived as a unique system – creating a spine to supporting and stimulating the customer’s journey and browsing into the store: a central display developing around a structural column creates a sort of multifunctional stage, a catwalk around which we have imagined all customers would move.
The parquet flooring coupled with the brass fittings, contrast with the starkly modern shoes and yet a high level of craftsmanship is evident in both. The shoes demand attention, each with their own personality, style and electric colours, while the simple design provides an understated elegance, drawing customers into the light filled, airy space.
The new design has taken inspiration from overseas and to create a new premium experience for their customers. The design incorporates a clean simplicity, premium finishes of high polished stainless metal joinery, tinted glass and fabric inset panelling, timber veneer finished joinery and fabric lined walls.
The materials mostly used are reclaimed wood surfaces painted with ecological water based lacquer, the wall paint is also ECO certified, the illumination is low consumption t5 and led bulbs, part of the energy consumption is provided by solar panels on the roof and finally there is a small water filtering device so the grey water can irrigate the surrounding garden.
Parfumarija is Ireland’s first Niche boutique dedicated to exclusive perfume and colognes designed by 21 Spaces retail designers. Located in the Westbury Mall adjacent to Ireland’s premier shopping district Grafton street. The store also doubles up as a atelier for the proprietor Ms Marija Aslimoska a skilled perfumer.
Li-Ning’s top position in the sporting gear market began to shift when a change in Chinese trade policy allowed international brands such as Nike and Adidas into the country. Once the most successful Chinese athletic brand in China, competition from local upstarts was also eroding Li-Ning’s market share.
A clear colour and form concept in combination with an unobtrusive goods design create not only a good overview but also convey the feeling of value and exclusiveness. This is just the kind of emotion that fashion-oriented woman over thirty want: Individual consulting, high-quality products in a modern, attractive ambience.
A continuation of HMKM’s new global concept that drew its inspiration from the Furla headquarters in Bologna – a restored 18th century villa where traditional craftsmanship fuses with contemprary art and design. Its simplicity and elegance inspired HMKM to create a retailing concept that reflects the heart of Furla in a fresh and contemporary way.