Posts Tagged ‘stores’

Jigsaw store by Checkland Kindleysides, London – UK

September 22nd, 2017

Making benefit of the existing textiles, blockwork and brick are unified in pale blue and used as a backdrop, over which large theatre style stage flats are hung to enhance the sense of a creative and moving space. Ceiling gridwork further supports the capabilities of the store to use the 3D volume of space and present clear merchandising collections together with brand events, including London Fashion Week.

Maison Kitsuné store by Mathieu Lehanneur, New York

September 22nd, 2017

The shop façade, along with the interior design, has been created by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur, and beautifully matches the building’s architectural style.

FlyPony flagship concept store by Prism Design, Shanghai – China

September 21st, 2017

Those eight colored dots are actually two sorts of supporting dots: fixed and movable dots. The mix of those dots blended function and fantasy. The back of green dots can install hangers. Other colors dots have magnate in their back and could be arranged freely.

Olivier store by Melt Studio, San Pedro Garza García – Mexico

September 21st, 2017

The metallic structure is an abstract resemblance of cheese slices and serves as the main icon of the store besides providing support for the shelves, lighting in the main island. The color palette played also an important role in this project and served as a strong connection between the simple design and the inviting atmosphere elements, while enhancing the products’ features.

The Hummingbird Bakery’s seventh UK branch by rpa:group, Guildford Surrey – UK

September 19th, 2017

Wall finishes of the new bakery are 30% clad in ivory oak panels with a feature wall composed of hand-finished tiles and a digital mosaic of the iconic Hummingbird Bakery logo. The floor is concrete resin, interlaid with tiles around the counter area in a herringbone pattern, whilst lighting is a mix of bespoke LED halo lights and brushed copper aluminum pendant lights.

Brauneis Textilien by Heikaus Concept GmbH, Frankfurt – Germany

September 19th, 2017

The store equipment and goods carriers have a very minimalist and pure appearance in rooms that are about four metres high. Simple cubes, clothes racks and unadorned shelves bring out the goods particularly well and with a quality reminiscent of a gallery. The

ESP Shopping Mall by INRES and Area-17 Architecture & Interiors, Ravenna – Italy

September 14th, 2017

Linda Farrow’s Paris store by Sheridan&Co, Paris – France

September 14th, 2017

While the interiors’ colour palette is neutral, the play on different material textures – from stone and marbling effect to brushed metallic – amplifies light and space, allowing the eyewear displays to take centre stage.

Maison Margiela store, Osaka – Japan

September 13th, 2017

The look of the shop-in-shop follows the brand’s quirky design codes, featuring carpeting in a trompe-l’œil wooden planking motif that covers more than half of the store, extending even on the wall, right up to the ceiling.

Acne Studios, San Francisco – California

September 12th, 2017

Jonny Johansson, is similarly minimalist to the brand’s newest generation of retail spaces, and has been given subtle site-specific tweaks to lend it a distinctive edge.

Doctor Manzana Flagship by Masquespacio, Valencia – Spain

September 12th, 2017

Champion Soho Flaghip Store by d+d group, London – UK

September 12th, 2017

Champion Soho Flaghip Store by d+d group, London – UK

Hermès store opening, Copenhagen

September 11th, 2017



Upon entering the store, shoppers come across the brand’s mosaic ex-libris, followed by a lofty, open-plan retail space that’s defined by natural blond wood, pristine white walls and back walls in a contrasting prussian blue shade. The main retail space is furnished with custom-made pieces in cherry wood, while floor-to-ceiling wooden frames, decorated with Hermès’ renowned silks, serve as partitions and add a sense of intimacy to the setting.

ARTIS store by Arboit Ltd. Design and Architecture, Chongqing – China

September 8th, 2017

The concept tells the story of a fashion journey: precious fabrics and clothes coming form Italy are delivered to China, thy open up in the store to unveil the collection to the audience. The clothes are actually presented from inside the trucks as wall displays are styled with all the details.

Domicile Tokyo store by Yoshiro Nishi a.k.a. Yoshirotten, Tokyo – Japan

September 8th, 2017

Fully stripped back, it now features the structure’s original wooden beams and concrete flooring, using only red transparent sliding doors as a pop of colour. Domicile Tokyo stocks a range of highly niche streetwear brands, including items from the A$ap Rocky’s design collective Awge, infinite archives, pleasures, know wave, and frog skateboards.

CARIN flagship store by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

September 7th, 2017

Planterior, the combination of plant and interior, is an effective method of eco-friendly and emotionally appealing design. A new sunglasses showroom has been making waves in the famously trendy Hongdae neighborhood for its lively planterior and unique laboratory concept.

VAVAS & Projekt Product eyewear shop by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

September 7th, 2017

VÈLO7 Cycle Shop by mode:lina architekci, Poznań – Poland

September 6th, 2017

The cyclists needed a multifunctional space which could easily accommodate the functions of a bike shop, service and repair and a place for bike testing. Knowing that in VÈLO7 it is all about two-wheelers, our designers tapped into bicycle inspirations.

Gentle Monster store, Shanghai – China

September 6th, 2017

An evocative retail space has been created, using different materials, artful objects and nifty, moving installations that all allude to the aforementioned theme.

Soft republic store, London / Spitalfields – UK

September 5th, 2017

Unilever’s famous Wall’s brand came together with I-AM, and created Soft Republic to re-imagine soft serve ice cream for Millennial and Gen Z consumers, while ensuring that it remains as compelling as ever for traditional audiences.