Aesop’s store in Saint-Sulpice is echoing the historical character of the neighbourhood. Materials (bronze, marble and velvet) were used to create an intimate welcome and transport the visitor to a place both contemporary and reassuringly ancien. Discover Aesop Saint-Sulpice in Paris (FR).
Each part of the interior reflects the origins of the location. The facade is no different in its neighborhood, the design challenge was to open to the public as part of the city. The existence of this store is planned to be transparent to be acclimatized in the environment. Everyone loves a candy shop especially Papabubble which shows candy making as a performance which welcomes and entertains kids and adults alike. Visit Papabubble in Amsterdam (NL).
This particular shop Nakagawa Masashichi Shōten-gai is an experiment, in which a shopping market scheme is designed in an interior space in the centre of Tokyo. Each shelf stand represents a different brand covering a variety of districts throughout Japan. Explore Nakagawa Masashichi Shōten-gai in Tokyo (JP).
Muji is basically the Japanese version of Ikea minus the unpredictability of product quality and maze-like presentation. Muji is clean and everything is compact, tied down by smart aesthetic pins. Discover Muji in Los Angeles (US).
Hugo Boss has opened up a mobile store concept, and it looks great. An example of retailers that think outside of the norm with things like Pop up stores, and mobile stores like this one. Explore the Boss Green Truck.
Garhammer is often seen in the industry as a benchmark for service and customer focus. The goal of this makeover was to increase the customer journey and to improve the shopping experience. Visit Modehaus Garhammer in Waldkirchen (DE).
More than 40,000 pairs of shoes and more than 250 brands are presented in an appealing interior design spread over a huge shoe salon. Discover the Breuninger shoe salon in Stuttgart (DE).
The shopping experience in the Maxi Anif flagship store is not only shaped by the high quality of products and services, but also by modern architecture and the refined use of digital media. Discover Maximarket in Anif (AT).
The store is designed to be as minimal and neutral as possible so as not to distract from the papers, which are stored in those discreet drawer units. Explore Aoyama Mihoncho in Tokyo (JP)