Posts Tagged ‘stores’

Galeries Lafayette store by HMKM, Beijing – China

November 29th, 2013

HMKM’s design concept interprets an elegant Parisian apartment in a modern, youthful way. Striking, contemporary schemes on each floor incorporate subtle motifs taken from vintage French decorative interiors and furniture.

Maison de Parfum store by geo.Logic, Seoul – South Korea

November 29th, 2013

The spaces are characterized and delineated by a geometric manipulation for the ceiling light and shelves lighting that progresses through the combination of the spaces. Design Components are Light, Reflection, and Material.

TOY STORES! LEGO store, Delaware

November 29th, 2013

LEGO store, Delaware

Deerberg store by K.U.L.T.OBJEKT, Hannover – Germany

November 28th, 2013

Bright furniture and wall panels alternate with strips of patterned wallpaper. The flooring in washed pine look also lends authenticity to the store concept. The majority of the wares are displayed on back-panel systems and in cupboards with a country house look. The white, grey and yellow tones of the backdrop sets scene for the colourful fashion style.

MUNICH store by CuldeSac™, Barcelona – Spain

November 28th, 2013

On one side, the side dedicated to the brand’s fashion collection, products are exhibited as if they were decorative elements enhanced by their wood finishings, evoking the warmth of the home. This ambience also serves as a way to overlook the history of the brand, which began in 1939, through some of its iconic models.

TOY STORES! Harrods Toy Kingdom by Shed, London

November 28th, 2013

This collaborative journey culminated in the discovery of the Toy Kingdom; a space that reflects the prestige of Harrods all the while manifesting into unexpected and mesmeric worlds. The Big Top, The Enchanted forest, The Wonderland, The Odyssey and The Reading Room make up the five dreamscapes.

Tesoro fashion store by N Design Team, Karachi – Pakistan

November 27th, 2013

The project aims to classify a high quality interior, creating jewelry displays in retro contemporary style tilting towards a formal ambiance. The Contemporary style stands out through the use of stainless steel, glass & glossy acrylic material.

TOY STORES! Jou Jou toy store by Watts Architects, Salt Lake City – Utah

November 27th, 2013

This architectural wonder is filled with several imaginative firsts, like a musical candy organ with seventeen candy-filled pipes, a seven-foot long cardboard fire-breathing dragon, an all-steel framed 8-foot robot, and a dressing room enclosed inside a tree where a raccoon, owl and giraffe live.

Coach flagship store at 5th Avenue, New York City

November 27th, 2013

The store features a 3,720 square foot selling floor, including approximately 1,000 square feet devoted to a men’s shop (accessible by its own entrance on East 16th Street) that will house a substantial selection of product, including outerwear, leather accessories and sunwear and reflects the rapid the brand’s men’s business.

TOY STORES! Retail Hamleys flagship store by Chute Gerdeman, London

November 27th, 2013

The stairways were redesigned in order to improve customer flow and allow short-stay shoppers to buy and go. On the remodeled fifth floor, featuring a footfall-driving Lego area, Hamleys unveiled Scrumpalicious: an own-brand sweet shop with products from around the globe.

Ritzenhoff showroom by Clever Architekten + Ingenieure, Marsberg – Germany

November 26th, 2013

The design of the new showroom at the headquarters of Ritzenhoff AG was inspired by the form of a hot glass drop with regard to the glassworks tradition of the company. The new showroom was not supposed to compete with the classical modern administration building, but to stand as unobtrusive structure.

B1866 – Brooks England flagship store, London

November 26th, 2013

We are excited to announce the opening of B1866, our first Brooks Store, situated in the heart of London. The shop is not only a showcase of our product range, but a celebration of the brand’s 150 year history.

Nike “Sport is Art” promotion by Studio ARRT, Hong Kong – China

November 25th, 2013

The shop design is for the sales promotion of NIKE PS7 “SPORTS IS ART”. The concept of design is to integrate the space with art and product as an Artistic gallery space rather than conventional retails shop.

Harry’s Corner Shop barbershop, New York City

November 25th, 2013

Founded by one of the co-founders of Warby Parker, this shop will combine both online and offline experiences that will offer superior quality at an affordable price. Not only can visitors get a shave and a haircut, but the refined interior is also stocked with goods from Makr, Hanes, and their very own in-house brand of grooming goods.

NIKE “FUSE” promotion by Studio ARRT, Hong Kong – China

November 25th, 2013

The design concept is to work with 3 layered graphics and lighting effect. 3 layered element borrows the production method from FUSE technology, and Lighting effect address the new way of introducing the quality of product as well as initiation of future advanced technology.

Lemon shop by Lorenzo Capucci, Lugo – Italia

November 25th, 2013

Lemon shop by Lorenzo Capucci, Lugo – Italia

Hoodwink store, Manila – The Philippines

November 24th, 2013

Hoodwink store, Manila – The Philippines

Nike PS7 store “Air Force 1” promotion display by Studio ARRT, Hong Kong

November 23rd, 2013

The entrance area functions as gallery space to promote the highlight item in every 2 months time. Therefore we are requested high-demand to create exciting design in each time. Now “Air Force 1” shoes is promoted with multi-layered shoe’s shape molding at entrance wall which identifies “Air Force 1” characteristic, and floating white “Air Force 1” in movement at island display.

Kyoto Silk beauty cosmetic shop by Keiichi Hayashi Architect, Kyoto – Japan

November 22nd, 2013

Kyoto Silk, a beauty cosmetic shop, is located in the centre of Kyoto, which is a famous cultural city in Japan. The project was to convert a ‘Machiya’, a Japanese traditional wooden townhouse, into a small shop.

Aesop store by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Perth – Australia

November 22nd, 2013

The shop interior is a new collab with Kerstin Thompson Architects. The Melbourne-based practice has created a sleek décor of black japan timber, steel and concrete that aims to counterbalance creates the hustle and bustle outside.