Retail




Puma House in Tokyo by Nendo 00

Puma House in Tokyo by Nendo

Puma House in Tokyo by Nendo

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A great interior design work by architecture studio Nendo for the brand Puma, located in Aoyama, a Tokyo district. The showroom consists of a series of staircases made of timber that serve as shelves on which shoes are displayed, polished concrete floors, and dark paint that creates an intimate ambiance. The display also creates an impression of movement which reminds us of training and...

The Gourmet Tea, Colourful Lounge & Store by Alan Chu 00

The Gourmet Tea, Colourful Lounge & Store by Alan Chu

The Gourmet Tea, Colourful Lounge & Store by Alan Chu

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Alan Chu transformed a small house into a concept store where the color of the little tins of the 35 blends of tea offered are the inspiration for the first teahouse of The Gourmed Tea brand. The walls were peeled, the structure and the bricks which became apparent were painted with white color, the original floor was maintained, the roof was lowered in order to eliminate interference of the...

Les Ateliers Ruby, Boutique Store Interior Design 00

Les Ateliers Ruby, Boutique Store Interior Design

Les Ateliers Ruby, Boutique Store Interior Design

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[dc]O[/dc]ur favorite helmet designers Les Ateliers Ruby just opened their first boutique, The company has collaborated with many well knwon designers such as Karl Lagerfield, Maison Martin Margiela, Sponge Bob Square Paints, the French purveyors of über-chic helmets. Boutique Store located close to Le Louvre and Palais Royal at #1 Rue Herold. The boutique presents limited runs, art editions,...

Sneakerology, Shoe Store Interior by Facet Studio 00

Sneakerology, Shoe Store Interior by Facet Studio

Sneakerology, Shoe Store Interior by Facet Studio

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[dc]I[/dc]n order to display nearly 300 pairs of shoes, Facet Studio’s design team created an organizational system that neatly merchandises footwear in a compact space. The feature wall in the 55-sq-m shop is covered with a boxed shoe display, creating a euphoric effect through the dazzling patterns in shape and colour. Each shoe is presented in its own 200 by 600mm box made of plywood, which...

Inkanta Design Store by NC-office 00

Inkanta Design Store by NC-office

Inkanta Design Store by NC-office

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[dc]T[/dc]he project is a retail interior located at the 1111 Building on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. The space is defined by two walls which contain the display cases. The walls are inflected to engage the customer from the exterior and to provide an integrated display at the storefront. The kink within the walls increases the display surface area while at the same time making every portion of...

Opus Shop by Paradox Studio 00

Opus Shop by Paradox Studio

Opus Shop by Paradox Studio

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[dc]T[/dc]aiwan designers Paradox Studio created a wall of undulating wooden blocks to display products at this shop in Taipei. Called OPUS, the shop specialised in hooks for handbags and these are balanced on the protruding wooden batons. Yellow bobins mounted on one wall represent the company’s six distribution cities, while yellow shapes painted on the side walls are meant to create an...

Optic Store in Olot by CUBUS Taller d’Arquitectura 00

Optic Store in Olot by CUBUS Taller d’Arquitectura

Optic Store in Olot by CUBUS Taller d’Arquitectura

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[dc]O[/dc]wner of “Optic Store in Olot” and the architects need to propose an attractive look in comparison with the shops around. They wanted to play with the creation of an atmosphere in which the program and the content would link into an optical environment featuring the creation of blur, lights and shadows in constant effect of optical distortion on very low budget. Then they...

The New Alessi Shop, Milan by Marti Guixe 00

The New Alessi Shop, Milan by Marti Guixe

The New Alessi Shop, Milan by Marti Guixe

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[dc]M[/dc]odern tabletop company Alessi has maintained the same flagship location for almost 25 years in Italy’s design capital, Milan. After all that time, they’ve finally moved — from 9 Corso Matteotti to 14-16 Via Manzoni. Tomorrow, the doors open to their new store, a sleek and colorful space designed by the (self-described) Catalan “artist/performer/ex-designer”...

Natura Home Showroom by Lantavos Projects 00

Natura Home Showroom by Lantavos Projects

Natura Home Showroom by Lantavos Projects

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[dc]N[/dc]atura Home showroom was created to accommodate samples of curtain fabrics and furniture as well as samples of orthopedic bed mattresses. Among the owner’s requests were a continuous 50 meters exhibition space for fabrics, a 5 mattresses exhibition space, a meeting area, a repairs workshop, a reception desk, and hygiene facilities for staff and clients. The general layout of the...

Lumini Shop by Rocco, Vidal + arquitetos 00

Lumini Shop by Rocco, Vidal + arquitetos

Lumini Shop by Rocco, Vidal + arquitetos

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[dc]R[/dc]occo, Vidal + arquitetos, Brazilian architecture created lighting shop project in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Design show a large box with brown color on and a tear on the side shows the window and the light from inside and from outside, invites the clients to know the space and enjoy the sensation of height differences. Inside have 2 level and open space design for make client relax and present...

Fauchon, Food Shop by Christian Biecher 00

Fauchon, Food Shop by Christian Biecher

Fauchon, Food Shop by Christian Biecher

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[dc]W[/dc]hen tourist looking for a gift, two young businessmen stopping in on their coffee break in Paris. This is the clientele whose paths we cross at Fauchon. Much more than a name, this French label represents a certain art of living, the pleasure of giving, irreproachable service and an unmistakable two-tone brand in pink and black. From Grocery to Luxury; the idea was a good one: bring...

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives 00

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store by Joint Perspectives

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[dc]T[/dc]he London based studio Joint Perspectives has recently finished the Mundvoll Café + Grocery Store in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Mundvoll (www.mundvoll.de) is a café and grocery store which aims to bring back the concept of the small local store, based on the now extinct ‘Tante Emma’ stores, once the go-to place to buy your day-to-day groceries in small German towns. The project...

Librairie La Fontaine Bookstore by Kawamura-ganjavian 00

Librairie La Fontaine Bookstore by Kawamura-ganjavian

Librairie La Fontaine Bookstore by Kawamura-ganjavian

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[dc]L[/dc]ibrairie La Fontaine Bookstore designed by Studio Kawamura-ganjavian, This is a historic bookstore inside the EPFL campus in Lausanne. Its venue moved in 2010 to the new Rolex Learning Centre designed by SANAA architects. Taking into consideration the architectural language of the host building the bookstore is organised around 5 “pods” that articulate thematic categories. All pods...

Placebo Pharmacy, Greece by Klab architecture 00

Placebo Pharmacy, Greece by Klab architecture

Placebo Pharmacy, Greece by Klab architecture

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[dc]G[/dc]reek practice klab architecture design for this large (600m2) supralocal pharmacy forced us to shift our viewpoint and come up with a virtual building—a placebo pharmacy. The octagonal shape of the existing structure was re-formed into a cylinder in order to create a spiral which seeks to converse with the rapid motion on Vouliagmenis Avenue, the urban artery on which the building...

Modrijan bookstore, Slovenia by AKSL arhitekti d.o.o. 00

Modrijan bookstore, Slovenia by AKSL arhitekti d.o.o.

Modrijan bookstore, Slovenia by AKSL arhitekti d.o.o.

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[dc]M[/dc]odrijan Bookstore opened its doors in September 2009. It is located at Trubarjeva ulica 26 in the center of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The bookstore is placed in an old building that was built in 1938. At first there was a sewing place and textile store. The whole building is under strict protection, therefore the renovation was demanding. The project was prepared by Špela Leskovic, Aleš...

4010 Telekom Shop, Germany by PARAT 00

4010 Telekom Shop, Germany by PARAT

4010 Telekom Shop, Germany by PARAT

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[dc]A[/dc] technological gadget store in Cologne, Germany, may combine neon-bright colours and pop art inspirations, but the design is ultimately rooted in a philosophy that’s beyond flashy aesthetics. Telekom seeks to build stores as though ‘ateliers’, where art and community can merge with experimentation and works in progress. The brand sells telecommunication products and services to...

Hofstede Optiek, Netherlands by Nowotny Architecten 00

Hofstede Optiek, Netherlands by Nowotny Architecten

Hofstede Optiek, Netherlands by Nowotny Architecten

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Dutch architect Alexander Nowotny designed a retail space for an optician/eyewear company in The Hague, Netherlands. The shop as a stage. Very exciting and experimental approaches to shop design can be observed at opticians as of late. The new Hofstede salesroom had to be both entertaining and seductive, had to stimulate all the senses without being loud and...

Marc Jacobs, Tokyo by Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects 00

Marc Jacobs, Tokyo by Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects

Marc Jacobs, Tokyo by Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects

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The new Tokyo flagship building for Marc Jacobs Collection designed by Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects and located on Omotesando-dori in the Aoyama shopping district. The building is the first ground-up store for the Marc Jacobs brand and will give Marc Jacobs a distinctive presence in this neighborhood of luxury stores. The design is a response to the immediate...

Clothes store Y. Di Cassanova, Belgium by Van Halewyck & Marco 00

Clothes store Y. Di Cassanova, Belgium by Van Halewyck & Marco

Clothes store Y. Di Cassanova, Belgium by Van Halewyck & Marco

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Clothes store Y. Di Cassanova, the shop at the base of two towers has white backlit shelves to display stock and a tree in the middle of the space. The new shop Y. Di Cassanova is located under the recently built towers of Diener & Diener Architects on “t’ Eilandje”. The semi-transparent aspect of the building is subtly mirrored in the interior with...

La Maison des Maîtres Chocolatiers by Minale Design Strategy 00

La Maison des Maîtres Chocolatiers by Minale Design Strategy

La Maison des Maîtres Chocolatiers by Minale Design Strategy

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If your planning on visiting Brussels, it’s for sure you’ll end up on the monumental Grand Place! But beware, around this square, tourist traps are lingering around the corners. Example: you can easily find 10 kilo’s of so-called Belgian chocolate for only 6 euro. If you want more quality for your money, then you better shop at the Maison des maîtres...

COEO, Germany by dan pearlman 00

COEO, Germany by dan pearlman

COEO, Germany by dan pearlman

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[dc]G[/dc]erman design studio dan pearlman has designed the COEO – House of Good Deeds in Berlin. COEO is a sustainable and socially responsible retail concept for people who want to live well and do good, which establishes the issue of corporate social responsibility to the principle of the business. The modern design and the architectural concept of the store divide the spacious retail space...

You by Dialect by Electric Dreams 00

You by Dialect by Electric Dreams

You by Dialect by Electric Dreams

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[dc]W[/dc]here do you enjoy the consumer electronics you buy? The majority of the time it’s at home, so, why do consumer electronics shops all look like a clinical, space-age hospital waiting room? That’s the thinking behind this quirky and playful ‘living room’ environment that super-talented Swedish architecture and design studio, Electric Dreams , have designed for this ‘You by...

Paagman Book Store by CUBE Architects 00

Paagman Book Store by CUBE Architects

Paagman Book Store by CUBE Architects

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[dc]P[/dc]aagman Book Store based in The Hague, Netherlands. As a common book store, the bookshelves are the main important furniture. In this case, CUBE Architects is designed the bookshelves for this Paagman Book Store. The bookcase of this Paagman Book Store is designed in the entrance of The Hague’s Central library for a new location for one of the Paagman’s Book Stores. In a way which...

Lucien Pellat-Finet Shinsaibashi, Tokyo by Kengo Kuma and Associates 00

Lucien Pellat-Finet Shinsaibashi, Tokyo by Kengo Kuma and Associates

Lucien Pellat-Finet Shinsaibashi, Tokyo by Kengo Kuma and Associates

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[dc]I[/dc]nfluenced by the organic patterns found in plants, Kengo Kuma has created this shop and café in Tokyo for fashion designer Lucien Pellat-Finet. In his design, Kuma uses a honeycomb structure comprised of Lauan-made plywood to envelope the space. This three-dimensional structure ingeniously serves as the retail display system used throughout the shop; with the natural warmth of wood...

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