Apr
27

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SCOOP store Blog

The SCOOP Store is a physical launch platform for designers and brands that offers them a place for their creations to be sold, without the need for their presence. Explore SCOOP store in Antwerpen (BE).

Apr
25

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Cottoncake Blog

Hotspot COTTONCAKE is a bright white painted store in the Amsterdam. White, grey and black clothes hang on perfectly white clean hangers in front of a white brick wall. Wooden stairs leads you to a vide with and a small stage with only four tables and one couch. Visit COTTONCAKE in Amsterdam (NL).

Apr
23

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Farmers Fridge Blog

Get your next salad at the Farmer’s Fridge vending machine in Chicago (US).

Apr
21

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Dear Rivington Blog

DEAR: is a house label for women’s clothing, men’s clothing and jewellery that mixes up wearable japanese avant-garde with vintage pieces from all around the world that meet the label’s criteria. Carefully selected antique pieces, curiosities and modern pieces are also presented as ideas for home decorating. Explore DEAR: Revington+ in New York (US).

Apr
19

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House of Men Blog

House Of Men, for men seeking the ultimate convenience and above all fun. Visit House of Men in Amsterdam (NL)

Apr
17

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Leclair du Genie Blog

Combining a laboratory of “Eclairs”, a shop, a workshop and a design office. All in love for Eclairs. Visit La Fabrique in Paris (FR).

Apr
15

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Robuust Blog

Robuust is like a mix between an old-fashioned neighbourhood store and a hip Whole Foods Market. The system the store uses is pretty straightforward: you come in and either weigh the pots and containers you brought yourself on a scale they provide. You put a sticker with the weight of the jar on it and at the checkout every jar is scanned and the weight is deducted of the total purchase. Explore Robuust! in Antwerp (BE).

Mar
27

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Aesop Blog

This minimalist store is Aesop’s very first signature store in Norway. Inspired by the sensory experience of the Aesop consultation process, the architectural exploration began by revealing materials and surfaces that have been hidden and covered within the space, some dating back to the 1800s – a process of archeology. Once revealed in the renovation process, the cosmetic of the new materiality was added to the interior’s existing surfaces, contemporizing the old. Visit Aesop in Oslo (NO).

Mar
25

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Starbucks Reserve Roastery Blog

The Roastery is a destination landmark, a place to recognize coffee making as an art, not as the quick grab-and-go drink we have come to know.
Inside, customers can watch as coffee is roasted in one of two roasters and enjoy a spacious cafe to enjoy their specially-brewed beverage. Discover Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle (US).

Mar
23

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Rachel Comey Blog

Designed like much of her collection, everything is created by starting with the materials first and working back towards form and function. The store itself is beautifully spacious and relaxed, mixing a neutral palette of widely found materials such as reclaimed wood, concrete and travertine. Everything in the store adds to the atmosphere. Just from the first glance you’ll know that your in a very cool, chic place; a store that’s obviously a very intimate and personal expression of Rachel Comey. Explore Rachel Comey in Soho, New York (US).

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