Posts tagged as 'retail design'

Softheads Office, Workshop and Showroom by Colapso Studio

Softheads Office, Workshop and Showroom by Colapso Studio

The office, workshop and showroom for artist and designer Sergio Roger’s Softheads has an interior designed by Susana Piquer of Colapso Studio.

 

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Sun 5.4.

Dent Protetyka by Adam Wierciński (PL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.04.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Dent Protetyka by Adam Wierciński, photo: Przemyslaw Turlej

Dent Protetyka by Adam Wierciński, photo: Przemyslaw Turlej

Architect Adam Wierciński has designed a compact dental office, just 10 square metres, for Dent Protetyka in Poznań, Poland that includes an intimate work zone for a dental technician and a customer area / waiting room.

 

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Fri 27.3.

BbyB. Chocolate Shop, Tokyo by Nendo (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.03.2015 - Tagged as: ,

BbyB. Chocolate Shop Tokyo by Nendo, photo: Daici Ano

BbyB. Chocolate Shop Tokyo by Nendo, photo: Daici Ano

BbyB., the chocolate shop by Antwerp-based, two-Michelin star chef Bart Desmidt has opened its first overseas shop in Tokyo designed by studio Nendo.

 

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Wed 25.3.

Tascón Shoe Shop by Lagranja Design (ES)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.03.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Tascón Shoe Shop by Lagranja Design, photo: Albert Font

Tascón Shoe Shop by Lagranja Design, photo: Albert Font

Barcelona based design studio Lagranja Design has created a new retail concept for Tascón Shoe Shops, applied it to two shops in Barcelona, all in only five weeks.

 

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Sun 11.1.

À La Folie by Atelier Moderno & Anne Sophie Goneau (CA)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.01.2015 - Tagged as:

À La Folie by Atelier Moderno & Anne Sophie Goneau, photo: Stéphane Groleau

À La Folie by Atelier Moderno & Anne Sophie Goneau, photo: Stéphane Groleau

À La Folie, a pastry shop in Montreal, Canada designed by Atelier Moderno and Anne Sophie Goneau, defies convention by prominently displaying its unique products using a markedly restrained monochromatic interior.

 

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Thu 8.1.

Aesop Emporium, Melbourne by KTA & .PSLAB

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.01.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Aesop Emporium, Melbourne by KTA & .PSLAB, photo: Derek Swalwell

Aesop Emporium, Melbourne by KTA & .PSLAB, photo: Derek Swalwell

In collaboration with Kerstin Thompson Architects, .PSLAB has created the the lighting design for the Aesop beauty products store in the Melbourne Emporium, a precinct featuring a mix of local and international fashion, culture, food and art.

 

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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

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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With its apertures connecting different floors, Isay Weinfeld’s Livraria da Vila bookstore in São Paulo anticipated the trend for more transparent interiors in bookshops that’s now increasingly common

With its apertures connecting different floors, Isay Weinfeld’s Livraria da Vila bookstore in São Paulo anticipated the trend for more transparent interiors in bookshops that’s now increasingly common

In the retail world, bookstore interiors are arguably changing more radically than in any other sector. Time was when bookshops appealed for being old-world and fusty, with their labyrinthine layouts, faintly musty smells and eccentrically bookish proprietors. One example might be Paris’s Shakespeare and Company bookshop, founded by Sylvia Beach in 1919. Fast-forward to the 1990s, and bookshops had become megastores incorporating cafés and comfortable leather armchairs where customers could browse for hours and sip cappuccinos. (by Dominic Lutyens)

 

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