Source Flagship Store

HUGE Architects a Shanghai, China based design firm has recently completed the Source Flagship store in Beijing China. Source is a street fashion retailer and was established in Shanghai in 2006. This one-stop fashion centre of street culture sells the hottest street fashion brands from the USA, Italy, the Netherlands, UK, Australia and Japan. For their new Flagship Store in Beijing, they required that the entire store have maximum flexibility of displaying products and a warehouse-like Read more […]
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K-Space Concept Store

6a Architects designed a new concept store for the sportswear brand K-Swiss located in London. The brief was to produce a retail space that located new and classic K-Swiss products alongside other culturally related objects (CD’s, books, …) representing similar brand values. The key function of the space was its ability to transform at a moment ‘s notice from a working retail space into an open, unbranded space for music or art events. The installation for both permanent and temporary spaces Read more […]
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Lourdes Bergada Store

Deardesign have just completed the new flagship store for fashion brand Lourdes Bergada in Barcelona’s massive L’illa Diagonal. Following fashion brand’s industrial and minimalistic style, Deardesign created a vast hangar-like feel by including all of the functions of the store, both client and private room, under one roof, but separating them with a curving wall. This wall, created with 1.000 pieces of beech wood, forms an igloo-like huge presence and becomes a focal point that emphasizes Read more […]
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Mission Bicycle Store by Grayscaled Design

Grayscaled Design projected the interior of Mission Bicycle, a store in San Francisco that sells custom, fixed-gear bicycles. The store design is closely linked to the digital space of Mission Bicycle, through the use of text, a bicycle building narrative, and the integration of a computer interface. Gurney sized light tables display bicycle parts as a exploded diagram, dissecting the bicycle into components to be selected by the customer, and assembled in an open work space at the store. Via Read more […]
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Heineken The City by Tjep

To create Heineken’s first shop, Tjep decides to pour furniture into the six monumental building located in the heart of Amsterdam, as if they were filling a cold fresh glass of extra cold Heineken. This concept translates into displays that evolve seamlessly from the floors to the walls and ceilings in abstract dynamic wave movements. The idea of coldness is consequently applied through the whole shop design. When you come into the shop you feel a cool breeze coming from the logo written Read more […]
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Waffles Sneaker Delicacies Store by BEAVERHOUSEN

BEAVERHOUSEN designed a very clean white space for the Waffles Sneaker Delicacies Store in Brussels. Taking the name literally in order, they created a world that breaths waffles. The wall behind the counter and the counter itself are covered with white tiles to give the space a bakery feeling. The shelves are simplified waffle shapes made out of coated foam. The cut-aways in the waffle shapes proudly present colorful shoes. This creates a delicious contrast while a mirror behind every Read more […]
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Leffot Store by Front Studio

Front Studio projected the renovation of this corner retail space in New York for the luxury men’s shoe store, Leffot, that began with an unusual idea for displaying shoes: a dining table. In the center of the space sits a hand crafted ash dining table. Hanging above the table is a chandelier delicately constructed as an organic metal bramble of branches. A glossy ebony branch wallpaper pattern rises out of classic black painted wainscot panels. Various shades of inky blacks provide a dramatic Read more […]
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Aesop Store in Notting Hill

After opening the first Aesop London Store in 2008, Aesop decided to open a new one in the cosmopolitan district of Notting Hill. Located in an old jewel-size store, they decided to change little, respecting its classically understated elegance, inherent warmth and hearteningly abundant light. Photos by Malou Burger Via yatzer Read more […]
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The Apifera Window Installation by Matthew Plummer Fernandez

The Selfridges & Co store in London asked Matthew Plummer Fernandez to create a window installation. The name Apifera is a botanical term given to flowers that are specialized in attracting bees. With this in mind he adopted design traits from flowers to make the window as dynamic and “alive” as possible. Via yatzer Read more […]
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Tenue de Nīmes Boutique by Anothercompany

Tenue de Nīmes opened a brand new Denim Inspired Boutique in the centre or Amsterdam, trusting in the aesthetics of Anothercompany to design the conept of the store. Tenue de Nīmes represent a natural blend of carefully selected items which all shall embellish life, reason why the boutique is a raw, unprocessed, downtown shop with fashionable items with denim as an initial concept. Everything between the walls of the denim boutique are interconnected and have an underlying connection with Read more […]
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