Posts Tagged ‘stores’

P.S.FA concept shop by Tomo Yamakawa Design, Changzhou – China

August 6th, 2014

Our first consideration for interior design was given by “Vintage Office + Industrial Factory”, which divided the store space into two parts. So we decided to place named “THE COORDINATE OFFICE” on the center of store, there are series of torsos with a variety of fashion coordination in it, also combining together with fitting rooms.

Colombia Artesanal store by Maam Agency, Cartagena – Colombia

August 5th, 2014

New concept for the high-end handcraft store \”Colombia Artesanal\”, located in the heart of the colonial city of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, two steps from the famous Santo Domingo square.

Germans Soler butcher’s shop by Pau Sarquella Fàbregas, Celrà – Spain

August 5th, 2014

To ensure the maximum space possible for product display, the in-built furniture takes a central role in the architectural organization of the space. A series of glimpsed views in the entry and along a diagonal axis allows the customer to gradually discover the space, creating a promenade articulating and exhibiting the products.

US Polo Assn. flagship store by Restore Solutions, Bangalore – India

August 4th, 2014

Rich polished wood provides a background to men’s casual wear, while men’s denims are surrounded by lighter wood and metal. The quantity of wood on display underlines the clubby feel of the brand while the photographs on the wall suggest the presence of a wealthy American family in a (supposed) private space beyond the store.

Watches of Switzerland, Landmark Flagship store by Callison, London – UK

August 3rd, 2014

Jäggi Uhren & Bijouterie by Dobas, Chur – Switzerland

August 2nd, 2014

Thanks to the gentle white hues and the complementary lighting concept, jewelry and watches are always in the limelight.

Dolceamore Ice cream shop by Polipodesign, Ascoli Piceno – Italy

August 1st, 2014

Dolceamore Ice cream shop by Polipodesign, Ascoli Piceno – Italy

L’Aire Visuelle optics by La Shed, Québec – Canada

July 31st, 2014

L’Aire Visuelle optics by La Shed, Québec – Canada

Fred Perry store by BuckleyGrayYeoman, Bangkok – Thailand

July 31st, 2014

Each of these spaces carries their own distinct identity using differing material palettes of concrete, blackened steel and glazed tiles, while also sharing consistent subtle references to Fred Perry’s design heritage.

Etat Libre D’Orange flagship store by Shed, London – UK

July 31st, 2014

Approaching the store very much as an installation, part science and part philosophy, allowed Shed to play with the idea of a lab for personalities which was manifested in a concept of a tiled ‘shell with science stands to display product.

Spring street grocer by KGA Architects, Melbourne – Australia

July 30th, 2014

Bringing a sense of cheer, bounce and freshness to an otherwise harsh Melbourne street, is a corner shop that goes by Spring Street Grocer.

Niche Nation eyewear store, Bangkok – Thailand

July 30th, 2014

The interior design is a luxed up extrapolation of the original niche nation store without ditching its inviting atmosphere. Behind an expansive glass façade sleek floor-to-ceiling metal grids not only add a sophisticated visual layer but also incorporate a number of light wooden display boxes.

Fitfit store by Waltz, Osaka – Japan

July 29th, 2014


Fitfit store by Waltz, Japan

REAC store by Reiichi Ikeda Design, Osaka – Japan

July 29th, 2014

REAC store by Reiichi Ikeda Design, Osaka – Japan

Kipling store by Universal Design Studio, Antwerp – Netherlands

July 29th, 2014

The living room, marked out by a change in the tile pattern, emulates a domestic living space. Furnished with a combination of vintage furniture and modern lighting, this ‘chill out’ space invites the customer to relax and socialise with fellow customers within the store.

MIRADA ROYAL store by Ichiro Nishiwaki Design Office, Kyoto – Japan

July 28th, 2014

This “MIRADA ROYAL” was a new brand shop specializing it’s products only for high heels. To feature high heels, the graphics and special utensils were used. The shop expressed the luxurious boutique image using white and black tone manner. Colourful shoes were displayed as VMD together with original graphic sheet, with seamlessly embedded Visplay system.

Please Do Not Enter luxury retail and exhibition space, Los Angeles

July 28th, 2014

This is somewhere between a luxury boutique and a gallery, stocking one-of-a-kind, hard-to-find and limited edition items of swanky swag curated by Parisian art lovers Nicolas Libert and Emmanuel Renoird.

Mulberry store by Universal Design Studio, Edinburgh – UK

July 28th, 2014

Shelves have dovetail junctions and curved undersides with inset lighting, emphasising Mulberry’s dedication to craftsmanship. Natural materials like timber, limestone and brass provide tactility and warmth – the brass motif throughout the store is an homage to one of Mulberry’s signature materials, while the use of oak is a subtle link to the brand’s rural English origins.

Mulberry flagship store by Universal Design Studio, Singapore

July 27th, 2014

On the ground floor, an open, informal zone populated with sculptural forms and dynamic merchandise displays is set against a more secluded, luxurious area at back. A nod to the English drawing room, this carpeted, formally arranged environment features rich tones and handcrafted pieces of display furniture.

Brooks Brothers fashion boutique by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Hong Kong

July 26th, 2014

Tradition continues elsewhere in the boutique with a mosaic floor handmade in Italy adapted and redesigned from a classic New York pavement pattern. A Shirt Wall displays one of the brand’s signature products in a skeletal backless unit, so that the array of shirts appear to be floating.