Posts Tagged ‘Art’
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).
This concept shop is filled with pricey unusual objects and limited-edition art. Located on the ground floor of the HL23 building on the High Line, each collection lasts a couple of years. Dutch designers Studio Job curate Collection 1, which includes a mix of pieces made exclusively for Chamber. Visit Chamber in New York (US).
More than a store the Aksel Project is an experiment where Art, Music, Fashion meet, collide and fusion. It’s a one of a kind interior design with a futuristic wave connecting the space with our creations. Discover Aksel Paris in Soho New York (US).
Maison Ullens’ first Paris store was made closely with the brand’s founder to guarantee the interior complimented the attire on demonstrate. The brightly lit volumes showcase the brand’s latest designs, while a series of secluded cocoons help establish an intimate and relaxed retail environment. Dutch architecture studio OMA put in tessellated wood curtains as part of its style of the Paris flagship shop. The curtains are manufactured from small tessellated triangles of wood and had been developed by German designer Elisa Strozyk, who has previously created a rug manufactured from wood-veneer offcuts. Visit Maison Ullens in Paris (FR).
Uniqlo has remodeled the second floor of its Manhattan flagship on Fifth Avenue, including the “Starbucks Experience,” a full-service coffeehouse. The renovation is part of Uniqlo’s launch of SPRZ NY, a new global project inspired by modern-day famed and influential artists. The project will feature a number of specially designed items such as T-shirts, outerwear, innerwear and more, as well as a collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Explore Uniqlo in New York (US).
Many people want to push the inner city down that path towards more convenience, with free parking everywhere and a central air-conditioned mall. We feel that the central city needs a point of difference, that we should embrace inconvenience and turn it into an asset and point of attraction for the city. Explore the Inconvenience Store in Christchurch (NZ).
A strictly minimal palette of materials have been applied, balancing a combination of concrete, oak and steel to provide a complementary backdrop to the product range. Visit Carhartt WIP in Coventry (UK).
The Camper store on Fifth Avenue added an installation from Japanese design studio Nendo as part of their spring collection. Over 1,000 white resin shoe replicas of Camper’s classic Pelotas style line the walls of the store from celing to floor. The rows of white shoes are punctuated by samples of Camper’s latest styles, striking a balance between the conceptual and the contemporary. Explore the Camper store in New York (US).
Prada’s retail space is using art to amplify the brand as purveyor of luxury. They also understand that creating a theatre of experiences will be integral to the success of the project and use the arts to create a social dimension to shopping. Explore the Prada store in Milan (IT).