Posts Tagged ‘wardrobes’

Renuar flagship store by Bilgoray-Pozner, Ramat-Gan – Israel

June 4th, 2016

The store holds both men and women’s collections, so a dividing display wardrobe was placed in the center of the store, but in order to maintain the dramatic effect of the ceiling pattern we kept the wardrobe height low so the pattern in continuous from one side of the store to the other.

Antonio&Co. store by A+D design, Warsaw – Poland

August 20th, 2014

The interior is a duo of white and gray, stucco and canvas, which warms up a bit palatial atmosphere. No object is here by accident: modern, acrylic furniture (transparent chairs by Philippe Starck) live in harmony with classic touches.

Garderobbery branding by Ampersand

August 14th, 2014

The image of the logo was found in the form of cabinets, wardrobes and Commodus as well as in bags and mounts and locks, which corresponded to the idea of the brand.

GUMZZI store by PISD OFFICE, Taipei – Taiwan

October 4th, 2013

Our concept comes from a closet of lady’s room, There are some curve shape, and with a little bit of playful feeling. We hope to use the most elegant lines and simple color to create a stage show for a variety of merchandise.

Jack & Jones store by Riis Retail, Kolding – Denmark

October 3rd, 2013

The Danish based brand Jack & Jones and the shopdeveloper experts at Riis Retail has opened a shop based on a new architectural concept which embraces and defines the five different brands within the brand: Core, Vintage, Tech, Originals and Premium. The five brands are placed in their own individually defined areas with unique characteristics and have separate entrances inside the shop.

Celio*CLUB flagship store by Costa-Imaginering, Paris

June 21st, 2013

Costa-imaginering has only one obligation: keep the brand colors (black and white), keep the original wooden floor and create a sales-orientated popular and masculine design, visible from the street.

Snow Queen store by CampbellRigg, Moscow

December 3rd, 2012

We decided that the Snow Queen brand needed to be more prominent at the store entrances. We decided on a single monolithic cash desk with integrated display cases to establish the brand in the interior too, with prominent lighting.