Posts Tagged ‘Studio.J’

Tesor store by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

November 7th, 2017

The brand’s vision was to create a premium space for art lovers to indulge in, a unique destination to meet all their home décor needs, with each artefacts being unique in terms of craftsmanship and legacy.

Visual Merchandising for India’s leading lingerie brand, Enamor by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

October 27th, 2017

The aim was to create an experiential space where a woman from any walk of life can enter confidently to indulge in her feminine needs, an experience that needed to be fabulous right from the word go. Pop of colour, foliage and ultra-feminine elements created an exotic garden-like ambience within the store.

Himalaya Flagship Store by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

October 26th, 2017

In a volatile growing retail market the brand expectation was to build a premium space for its consumers. A space that will allow the customer to browse, interact and spend more time in the retail space, thereby understanding the ayurvedic and natural way of well-being.

The Square by Cafe Coffee Day & Studio J, Chennai – India

October 1st, 2014

Amalgamated Bean Coffee Trading Company which grows coffee in its own estates of 12000 acres is the largest producer of Arabica Beans in Asia exporting to various countries including USA, Europe and Japan.

Lee Aqualite window campaign by Studio J, Bangalore – India

September 28th, 2014

With the Idea of sustainability as a main philosophy of the window, the display was created using water cans and greenery with clearly visible brand communication.

Enamor Boudoir Collection window by Studio.J, Bangalore – India

October 11th, 2013

To bring in the flavour of the product and the Boudoir campaign breaking at the touch points of the store, the entire façade was made to look like a palace.

Puma Motorsport Collection visual merchandising by Studio.J, Bangalore – India

October 10th, 2013

At the window, a feel of the circuit and the race was brought in by installing a 9 feet speedometer that was created in 3D with LED lights to draw the attention to the window on the high street.