Posts Tagged ‘brick and mortar’

Sonos flagship store by Partners & Spade, New York City

July 17th, 2016

Each of the rooms has been acoustically designed to replicate a great home listening environment and allow the nifty Sonos electronics to sell themselves.

Visual Mass identity by Bravo Company

February 8th, 2016

Logo takes cue from the visual aesthetics of neon lightings while monogram cleverly contains the initials of the brand. Additional considerations were given to the small floorspace of the store.

ace & tate eyewear store by Occult Studio, Amsterdam – Netherlands

August 13th, 2015

An elongated table cum sales desk literally takes center stage, and is flanked by wall-mounted wooden pegboards that display ace & tate’s coveted eyewear designs on detachable shelves.

Viu Store by Fabrice Aeberhard & Christian Kaegi, Berlin – Germany

July 28th, 2015



Hot on the heels of last month\’s store opening in Munich, Viu\’s first ever expansion abroad, an additional retail chapter has launched in Berlin.

Viu Eyewear Store, Munich – Germany

July 17th, 2015



Although successful with its online retail concept, Swiss eyewear brand Viu doesn’t underestimate the power of a brick and mortar presence, and now that it’s gradually becoming a household name in certain circles, an ambitious roll-out of new stores has kicked off in neighbouring Germany.

L/Uniform Store by Wonderwall, Paris – France

May 13th, 2015

L/Uniform Store by Wonderwall, Paris – France

I Love Ugly Store, Melbourne – Australia

April 8th, 2015

I Love Ugly Store, Melbourne – Australia

BESPOKE STORES! The Bespoke Pedaler store, Denver – Colorado

November 30th, 2014

Purveyors of distinctive apparel, footwear and accessories for the Urban Bicyclist that seamlessly transition from bike to life, in safety and style.

I Love Ugly store, Los Angeles – California

November 11th, 2014

Situated among fellow streetwear comrades including Union, Undefeated and Black Scale among others, the contrast of its matte black walls and wooden fixtures plays along perfectly with the New Zealand brand’s signature dark, yet uncomplicated aesthetic.

Wildfang flagship store, Portland – Oregon

September 9th, 2013

The space was brought to life thanks to the design and craft of a handful of local artisans. Each fixture and element was designed and produced bespoke for Wildfang, from the plymonds invented and crafted by Spencer Staley at the Good Mod, to the rails and chairs by furniture designer Eric Trine, to the 250 sq ft carving wall build by Flying Hammer and hand carved by artist Mark Searcy.

SHOE STORES! Original Shoes store by Michael Gurevich, Moscow

June 5th, 2012

Conveniently located around the corner from the Kremlin, we can easily see Vladimir Putin and his entourage of hulky bodyguards drop by for a private shoe fitting during lunch break.

585 Boardriders flagship store for Quiksilver by Verdego Design, Venice – CA

March 11th, 2012

585 Boardrider’s is a new 10,000 square foot flagship store for Quiksilver. The project is a complete remodel of an old brick and mortar building near Abbot Kinney on Venice Boulevard. The design kept the beauty of the original building intact while celebrating the Quiksilver lifestyle.

Topman General store, London

October 27th, 2011

Furnished with some personal artifacts and customized in-house displays, the store is crowded with temporary art installations, frequent fashion and event updates. Housed in this two-floor space will be selected core pieces from Topman, Topman Design, Topman LTD, along with seasonal collaborations and limited edition art pieces.

Neighborhood store, Shibuya – Tokyo

October 20th, 2011

The dim-lighted interior of the store syncs to the dark and rebellious aesthetic that is pretty much what we expect from Neighborhood. Stocking a diverse selection of apparels and accessories, be sure to stop by at the brand’s new Shibuya branch.