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A sinuous, fragmented display system is the focal point of Neil Barrett’s monochromatic, Zaha Hadid-designed fashion boutiques in Seoul and Hong Kong
It may sound paradoxical, but corporate store architecture today strives to be as individualistic as possible. This is partly due to necessity. Like many booksellers, high-end fashion labels are fending off fierce competition from online retailers. They hope that investing in new, ultra-contemporary stores with a unique identity will wow their customers. (by Dominic Lutyens)
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.12.2014 - Tagged as: Form Us With Love
Pen Store by Form Us With Love, photo: Jonas Lindström
A retail space that behaves like a shop, a gallery, an atelier and a supplier warehouse, the Pen Store in Stockholm designed by Form Us With Love, is not just a store, it’s a brand experience.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.12.2014 - Tagged as: Maciej Kurkowski, Poland
Przystanek Piekarnia Bakery by Maciej Kurkowski, photo: *GRLphoto, Maciej Kurkowski
Located on the ground floor of a 19th century tenement house designed by Józef Hintz in Warsaw, Przystanek Piekarnia is a bakery with a striking, and functional, installation made of oiled and stained plywood planks.
Oslo Restaurant, Valencia by Borja Garcia Studio, photo: courtesy Borja Garcia Studio
Located in the heart of the city of Valencia, in a building originally built in 1850, Borja Garcia Studio’s contemporary Oslo Restaurant design respects the atmosphere of the building, its materiality and distribution.
Ali Sokoladine Chocolate Boutique by a01 Architektai
In the heart of Vilnius, Lithuania is a chocolate boutique with a relaxed interior composed of a combination of concrete, copper, crumbled bricks, metal elements and “the tantalizing aroma of coffee and delicious confectionary.”
Jury Cafe by Biasol Design Studio, photo: Martina Gemmola
Located within the bluestone walls of Pentridge Village, a Melbourne historical site and former prison decommissioned in 1997, is the Jury Cafe with an interior by Biasol Design Studio.
Hair Salon R, Belgium by Creneau International, photo: Arne Jennard
Creneau International’s new salon/specialized shop/classroom project is simply named “R”, for Enzo Riggio, a hairdresser/legend who’s been running a successful salon in Genk, Belgium for almost 20 years.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.11.2014 - Tagged as: i29, retail design
Shop 03 Frame store by i29 interior architects, photo: Ewout Huibers
A successful temporary store earlier this year has led to a new location for Frame Magazine’s Shop 03, at Herengracht 178, Amsterdam, a serene completely white space offering a unique three-dimensional experience by i29 interior architects.