A multi-sensory experience focused on how people want to live, rather than what they want to buy. Greeted with coffee in hand, guests are invited to explore working vignettes. They might even choose to cook side-by-side with the in-house chef, or walk under a cascade of water in the private spa. PIRCH not only inspires, it educates. Visit PIRCH at Glendale near Los Angeles (US).
Paying homage to the neighborhood’s rich history the design called for merchandise to be displayed from a suspended rail conveying system, the use of locally sourced reclaimed bricks and lumber along with an array of custom welded elements. Discover Patagonia in New York (US).
The extensive open space is delicately divided in two main areas, ‘Seasonal’ and ‘Classic’, by a translucent screen treated with a dichroic film that varies in colour, luminosity and reflectiveness. Discover Richard James in London (UK).
The mission of Paper & Tea is to make fine teas and tea culture more accessible to a broad audience in Western-Europe. In order to achieve this they opened a bright store with a presentation system of the teas encourages self-directed discovery, through a immediate sensory experience and dialogue in order for the customer to familiarize with the wide range. Visit P & T in Berlin (DE).
The storefront references the works of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, whose art features strong, dark lines and rectangular blocks of colour. Customers experience more of a sense of the bold colours of Mondrian, through the use of carpets with bright spots, swirls, prints and patterns and vibrant sofas that appear throughout the store to create a warm and welcoming, yet energetic vibe. Explore L’Aurora in Guangzhou (CN).
Inspired equally by elite running culture and its urban locale, the space is nestled at the base of a condo building. Unlike most running shoe stores that overwhelm with their walls of shoes on tiny shelves or pegs, the intention was to focus attention on the main products at Black Toe on a display at table and counter-height. Discover Black Toe Running in Toronto (CA).
With a “contemporary luxury” aesthetic, the newly designed interior presents multiple brands together in a unified environment, while ensuring each brand is gently distinguished from others. Discover Compolux within Seibu department store in Tokyo (JP).
Vegamar Selección wine shop has established a underground cellar environment set within an urban context. The first area is used for product exhibition, where clearly defined shelving presents the vast selection of bottles. Explore Vegamar Selección in Valencia (SP).
Deus ex Machina is a step bigger than a brand, it’s a culture. The brand look beyond a simple retail space, creating a sort of compound/general hangout where visitors can spend time staring at beautiful bikes, buy Deus and non-Deus goods, drink at the bar or get fed in the cafe. Discover Deus ex Machina in Milan (IT).