Posts Tagged ‘UXUS’

Wrangler store by UXUS, Bangkok – Thailand

November 7th, 2016

UXUS and the Wrangler Project Team, were tasked with a challenge: how do you take an iconic American brand with an original cowboy heritage and translate this authenticity to the Asia Pacific tastes in a premium and accessible way?

Tate Modern shop extension by UXUS, London – UK

June 21st, 2016

A bespoke system of stackable furniture modules allows for regular reconfiguration to keep the displays fresh and exciting for visitors, as well as accommodating seating for browsing and events such as book readings and talks.

F**ing Hell Das Shop by UXUS, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 5th, 2016

In the spirit of Jake and Dinos Chapman’s drive to make art accessible, F**ing Hell Das Shop is a pop-up experience crafted from found objects and materials, at the intersection of culture and commerce.

Oilily flagship store by UXUS, Antwerp – Belgium

February 9th, 2016

A series of custom fixtures, grafted to luxury from found objects, create one-of-a-kind displays that enhance the effect of an “Atelier”.

Skagen pop-up shop by UXUS at Mandarin Hotel, Tokyo – Japan

February 18th, 2015

UXUS and Skagen launch a pop-up experience at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Tokyo, complementing a six-week residency of an iconic Danish restaurant Noma.

Warwick Hotel by UXUS, San Francisco – US

October 14th, 2014

UXUS has developed a new flagship experience for the Warwick Hotel in San Francisco, establishing a new design direction for the Warwick Hotel Group. The aim was to create a unique destination that is distinctively San Francisco, fusing the building’s authentic history with contemporary luxury hospitality.

Jaeger store by UXUS, London – UK

October 14th, 2014

UXUS was commissioned by luxury fashion brand Jaeger to develop a new retail design concept at the Jaeger store on London’s Kings Road.

SKAGEN stores by UXUS, London

January 25th, 2014

The displays for jewellery, timepieces and leather goods seem to form a landscape along the horizon, reminiscent of the ships and roofs dotting the coastline of Skagen. All of these individual pieces create a panorama for exploration, much like the many personalities that give the town of Skagen its unique character.

De Bijenkorf Holiday Windows by UXUS, Amsterdam – Netherlands

January 9th, 2014

Inspired by paper toy theatres of the Victorian era, the windows are designed as multilayered stage sets of 2D and 3D elements that showcase De Bijenkorf’s holiday collection. Each window vignette expresses an enchanted product scene to inspire customers to find their perfect holiday gift. The window campaign will be fully unveiled on December 6th, 2013.

Qela store by UXUS, Doha – Qatar

November 6th, 2013

Aesthetically, the Qela experience has its roots in travel and embodies its native country’s aesthetics of quiet, pure and natural landscapes. Undulating forms and flowing curves echo majestic Qatari vistas, punctuated with rich, luxurious materials and a palette of elegant desert tones to highlight the Qela collection.

UXUS HQ, Amsterdam

February 26th, 2013

Contrasting the ethereal aesthetics of poetry with the boldness of industrial style, the interior of the UXUS office prompts creativity and productivity. Inspired by the poetic trait of the “in-between”, the space is a tension of opposing elements. Soft and sharp, old and new, transparency and privacy collide to create an ever-changing environment that stimulates imagination.

Selfridges Fashion Accessories Hall by UXUS

February 20th, 2013

Modular fixtures are used in unexpected ways to create product focus and emphasize the ever-changing nature of the space. Arranged as islands, they hold density and create a unified signature Selfridges interior.

Kipling store by UXUS, London

October 11th, 2012

Applying domestic charm to retail, “The House of Kipling” takes a fresh perspective on everyday things. Mundane and familiar objects are put in new surprising contexts that create an unexpected visual story and showcase the product ranges.

Nike Canteen by UXUS, Hilversum – Netherlands

April 4th, 2012

Working alongside the Nike design team, UXUS created a space utilizing mismatched elements to accommodate the various moods and needs of the employees. Semi-enclosed areas and cozy spaces offer solitude,while vast tables and counters stimulate interaction.

Nokia Sapphire, Carbon Arte, Luna retail marketing by Uxus

October 3rd, 2011

Luxury and exclusivity were the key attributes communicated for the Nokia 8800 Sapphire. The campaign concept was to present the phone as a “jewel” with a series of golden jewelry cases. Leather and gold were used throughout the campaign, highlighting the opulent materials used on the casing of the phone.

Skins 6|2 by Uxus, Las Vegas

August 8th, 2011

UXUS was invited by Dutch cosmetics retailer SKINS to design a US pilot store in Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan. Located at the heart of the infamous Vegas Strip, the Cosmopolitan is the new key retail destination for the ‘multicultural, city chic, urban minded and design driven’ crowd. The brief was to create an aspirational, yet accessible shopping experience showcasing a wide variety of brands and products.

H&M Home by Uxus, Stockholm

July 29th, 2011

In collaboration with the H&M design team, UXUS was invited to create the launch for the H&M Home Collection at their headquarters in Stockholm. The approach was to create a “gallery” of fun fashion home products which customers are encouraged to touch and explore.

Levi’s Blue Shop-in-shop by UXUS

July 19th, 2011

UXUS was invited to create a series of elements for Levi’s most premium collection, “Blue”. The concept was to use modular elements, which could be reconfigured to create a shop-in-shop in various retail environments that express the collections’ hard, modern, sleek look. Inspired by traveling rock bands, UXUS created custom flight cases and other units transformable into apparel presentation fixtures.

Princesse Tam Tam store by UXUS

June 4th, 2011

UXUS was invited to create a new retail platform for French lingerie brand Princesse Tam Tam. The objective was to design a new shop concept that would elevate the brand’s customer perception and become a platform for a global roll out.