The Everything Everywhere flagship store pushed the roll out concept further by focusing on the possibilities of a connected world. The store is broken up into three zones: connected to your home, connected on the go and connected while you play. Each zone includes ‘wow’ products that allow you to do more with your device whether it be a mobile phone, tablet or a laptop.
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Each product has a ‘little’, which is positioned under larger-than-life product images to highlight the Independent message of ‘huge flavours, small prices’. The juxtaposition of the ‘littles’ versus the giant products is also a nod to local and independent stores taking on the larger retail competitors.
Mão Livre is the responsible for the Concept refresh of the CAT MERRELL store at C.C. Colombo in Lisbon. The space breaks itself in two, letting each of the brands bring in its references and take over the spotlight. The store is the happy result resultant of this balance between the urban and the outdoor.
The vision for Time Art is to become a leader in what is progressively becoming a well-defined market for watches and accessories. Inspired by the young, fashion-focused, novelty-seeking and ambitious urban consumers, Time Art was created to remedy the lack of a real place to present branded designer timepieces and accessories in their right environment.
A shiny aluminium tunnel, that has been hammered into textures to refract the light, transports you from the non-descript brick facade outside to a futuristic wonderland indoors. The 465m2 white-walled interior is dotted with gold curved partitions, each of which create a module that harbours clothing as unconventional as the setting they sit in.