A dramatic cross-tile floor pattern, based on similar patterns used widely across the city’s public and private spaces, defines key circulation routes throughout, and flips on its side to provide the store’s central focal point – a six-story-high tile-patterned wall which soars through the building’s central atrium.
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Intended for today’s expressive and minimalist men & women, .ADF concept store maintains the brand’s aesthetic of less is more detailing & quality over quantity. Inspired by a background in Art, Music & Architecture, Self-Taught Designer Alex Garcia draws on these influences to create his idea of self-expression & the overall vision guided and edited by Nichole Bolivar.
Continuing Ralph Lauren’s traditional store aesthetic, the new store features an ornate wrought iron staircase which fully utilizes the store’s generous ceiling heights. Designed exclusively for women, accessories and footwear are displayed on the first floor, while the second floor, with luxurious fitting rooms, houses the brand’s womenswear.
The space, designed by Australian architect Rodney Eggleston, is a testament to Doma’s vision of raw, decadent luxury. A ceiling of hand-finished smoky mirrors was flown in directly from Eggleston’s hometown of Melbourne, and expansive travertine marble slabs create a “strata” effect staircase that extends into each level of the store.
Paul Smith’s collections had been available for many years at depositories scattered across the Netherlands, but now the brand steps up its presence here with a store of its own on Amsterdam’s luxury shopping strip. The store measures 180 sqm. spread over two floors and a series of interlinking rooms.
Hong Kong style has arrived in Beijing leading Hong Kong retailer Joyce has ventured north, opening its first store in the chinese capital Beijing. Located at the upscale China World Mall, the store features two floors brimming with menswear and womenswear collections by range of top designers, in addition to a special section with cosmetics and beauty products.
Interior design of this first Emporio Armani store in Serbia comes from Giorgio Armani and his team of architects who gave this space a specific sentiment of glamour. The ceiling is in light marmorino, floor is made of bright glossy stone and a big screen projecting the current collections dominates the entrance area.