Posts Tagged ‘stores’

El Pescador fish market by Konrad Knoblauch, Sihlbrugg – Switzerland

June 18th, 2017

El Pescador is much more than just an ordinary fish shop. It includes a shop, a small restaurant, and even a cookery school. El Pescador’s passion for quality fish and sustainable fishing is reflected throughout the 450-square metre shop.

Jung Saem Mool Plops store by Design Soo, Seoul – Korea

June 18th, 2017

PLOPS, another name for the flagship store, is a space where people can find their own colors and makeup looks that suits them. In the process of space planning we used a variety of dots, lines, faces, and figures to express its volume and space. Just like how we use colors and shadows to create volume on our face.

Samsung Bungee Experience by hartmannvonsiebenthal, Frankfurt – Germany

June 17th, 2017

With Samsung’s VR system, which combines the functions of the latest Galaxy smartphone and a Gear VR headset, they can experience an exhilarating virtual bungee jump that incorporates an actual, real leap.

Salon de Papyrus by Atelier.Archi@Mosphere, Seoul – South Korea

June 16th, 2017

We decided to stay true to the purpose; a retail space that needs to generate profit while expressing the values of PAPYRUS. Moreover, we intended to present the deep comprehension for eyewear that PAPYRUS has and create a comfortable shopping experience for the customers.

The Abeyance store, Portland – Oregon

June 16th, 2017

Called the Abeyance, meaning a pause of sort and usually in a legal situation, Phillips aims to create a pause, if not a meditative moment that enables one to find new balance in the volatile realm of fashion. The retail space measures 850 sq.ft. and boasts a clean aesthetic of whitewashed walls, paired with timber planking, simple wooden furnishings and steel clothing racks.

KAOS flagship store by Fabio Caselli Design, Florence – Italy

June 15th, 2017

KAOS is accompanied by contemporary materials, such as black varnished iron for the slim and elegant columns and the 1950’s inspired tables, transparent crystals, white varnished retro glass, and finally the slightly unfinished “warm” wood used for all supporting parts.

Luck Out Hair Dressing Salon by Bonfield Interiors, Tokyo – Japan

June 14th, 2017

Steel panels, iron pipes, antique lamps, air ducts, paint-stained “imperfect” furniture become attractive and decorative in their own right due to their functional design.

Souvenir Shop Affenberg by Konrad Knoblauch, Salem – Germany

June 14th, 2017

The feeling of being in nature is complemented by an abstract forest relief in various shades of green and winding wooden shelves along the walls, oak beams that project into the room like tree trunks as well as a lot of presentation space.

Água Doce store by Vimer, São Paulo – Brazil

June 13th, 2017

The main differential of the project is the flexibility of the store, from versatile structures that may change with each new product cycle. The store has a suspended system of rails, where the macaws are engaged and can run through the store, making it possible to change store layout.

Sourced Market by YourStudio, London – UK

June 13th, 2017

Created around the concept of a “food library” this fresh and abundant-feeling space houses both a retail deli and food store as well as an open kitchen serving grab and go and dining in food.

Missguided store at Bluewater by Dalziel & Pow, Stone – UK

June 12th, 2017

Unique to the Bluewater site is a carnivalesque ‘house of mirrors’ effect in which the digital content reflects on the mirrored ceiling, as if continuing infinitely. The effect is a magical, illusionistic fairground feel that Missguided’s customers will be excited to explore.

Albatar flagship store by Brand Creative, Abu Dhabi – U.A.E.

June 12th, 2017

Rich textures mimic the exotic materials used in the sandals, highlighting the luxury products which are made in Italy from ostrich, crocodile and snakeskin. Lustrous metallic finishes further contribute to the opulent setting, whilst timeless patterns embellish the store & offset the high-end sandals to perfection.

Hats in the Belfry store by Chrysalis Studio, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

June 9th, 2017

The 900 sq. ft. environment created for Hats in the Belfry feels more like a home than a commercial retail environment. It is bright, and welcoming. Rustic wood floors, reclaimed doors, and natural wood fixture details compliment and add warmth to the clean, white space.

Jacob Cohen Boutique by Area-17, Tokyo – Japan

June 9th, 2017

The exterior design of Ginza Six draws inspiration from traditional Japanese noren curtains, while the interiors are meant to offer a rich cultural experience through a mix of Japanese contemporary art and scenes of nature. Cohën’s boutique, designed by Area-17, provides a minimalistic environment of classical elegance, where furniture and refined details enhance the display of the iconic luxury denim.

Peretti Italian Deli store by mode:lina architekci, Poznań – Polonia

June 8th, 2017

Using the space of 90 m2 inside a historic tenement house in the district of Jeżyce, Poznań, the architects of the mode:lina™ studio designed a complex of delicatessen, café and space for sommelier workshops. Inspired by the atmosphere and aesthetics of ancient Italian architecture, the designers opted for its most traditional materials, grey stone and natural wood.

ELEVENPARIS store by Agence Costa, Paris – France

June 6th, 2017

The floor is made of two-colored poured concrete (copper-colored and beige), highlighting the different areas of the store. The presence of logos inside the store has been minimized in favor of discrete reminders within the architecture and the furniture design themselves.

MareMà shopping mall by INRES and Area-17 Architecture & Interiors, Grosseto – Italy

June 5th, 2017

A wide glulam roofing delimits the area devoted to commercial activities. On a structural level, the free-standing roof slab is totally independent from the underlying sale space. It defines a function without compelling its developments and dynamics, even the architectural ones.

Dion Lee store by Akin Creative, Sydney – Australia

June 5th, 2017

The space is uncluttered, and is furnished by just two sculptural concrete volumes, one being a display, and the other serving as sales desk, in addition to a wall with shelving at the far end of the store.

The spot store by Modelart Arhitekti + Digital Design Center, Novi Sad and Belgrade – Serbia

June 4th, 2017

The entrance zone of every store contains a “network” structure made of triangular elements. This structure is a geometric form, made using parametric modeling and digital design tools (CNC processing).

DENHAM store by Jason Denham and in-house design team, Utrecht – Netherlands

June 4th, 2017

The iconic DENHAM scissor logo — a symbol of quality and craftsmanship — also appears throughout the interiors. Traditional tailors’ scissors have been repainted in high-gloss white and brass finishes, and bolted to the walls to act as hangers.