Suppa shoe store by DLF PRODUCTDESIGN, Stuttgart

September 6th, 2012 by retail design blog

Bike wheels, tar and ample plywood fill a shoe store in Stuttgart, Germany. Suppa is the city’s first boutique that specializes in sneakers. The focal point of the space is the bespoke 8m-long display wall, with embedded screws that can be pulled out or moved around as needed. As new shoes are launched or the shop hosts events, the screws can be adapted as needed to create differing grid-like patterns. Below the display wall, a ‘secret’ compartment hides special edition sneakers, like a treasure chest than can be opened by staff for customers.

‘The interior concept is minimalist but with a high attention to details,’ says designer Daniele Luciano Ferrazzano. ‘The focus is directed on the essentials: sneakers!’ Meanwhile, a tar walkway allows shoppers to experience what it will feel like to wear shoes in the ‘real world.’ All lighting has also been designed by Ferrazzano.

Photos courtesy Daniele Luciano Ferrazzano.









http://www.frameweb.com/news/suppa-shoe-store-by-dlf-productdesign

Prada store by Herzog & De Meuron, Tokyo
The veneration that the Japanese feel for the clothes designed by Miuccia Pr...
La Galerie de Lunettes optics by Dumazer & Lafallisse Architectes, Paris
The place is a former art gallery. The architectural concept is an echo to t...
Ronde pendant lamp by Oliver Schnick for GUBI
Ronde is a bell-shaped piece with reference to the traditional pendant lamp ...
Tokioka Shinsaibashi store by VOIGER, Osaka - Japan
Based on their request, key point in design is a person who dressed down a l...

One thought on “Suppa shoe store by DLF PRODUCTDESIGN, Stuttgart

  1. mana says:

    cool store display,i love it….

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *