Posts Tagged ‘Australia’
The Burberry flagship store is a visually stunning renovation. The building, constructed in 1925 is regarded as a significant early example of the Commercial Palazzo style. The store has successfully maintained heritage elements of the former bank site with a modern, high-end fitout. In contrast to the heritage features, two giant flat screen LED video walls and the latest in-store touch screen technology have been incorporated in the retail space. Discover Burberry in Sydney (AU).
The Coffee Company hand roasts fresh gourmet coffee beans every day in their retail store. Backed by over 40 years’ experience, they offer customers only the highest quality specialty coffee beans. Visit The Coffee Company in Melbourne (AU).
Joe Button brings a fresh approach to the world of made-to-measure apparel. Discover Joe Button’s webshop (AU).
This bright and playful Crumpler space stands using a grid of fluorescent lights that defines the ceiling and moves down the walls of the retail space. The design ties both the online & offline customer experience creating an explorative & immersive environment for the consumer to engage with. Discover Crumpler near Melbourne (AU).
Shoes of Prey was a pure-play online retail store and decided to open a concept store in David Jones’ flagship site in Sydney. The creation of a concept store is a good example of an online retailer going into the old-world environment of bricks and mortar. Visit Shoes of Prey flagship boutique in Syndey (AU).
Myer is an iconic name in retail and is now the largest and most comprehensive department store in the southern hemisphere. For there consumer electronics section a unique retail experience for each environment was designed by developing an innovative theme on each of the floors. Explore Meyer in Melbourne (AU).
There is a long narrow window with a view of the bakers kneading, shaping, glazing and piping. An L shaped glass counter was lined with delectable sweet and savoury items. Discover Bécasse Bakery in Sydney (AU).
A truly unique butcher shop, which has successfully blended a traditional European butcher shop in look and feel, with modern, cutting-edge design elements. Visit Victor Churchill near Sydney.
With +NINE Nike opened a pop-up store with a playful connection to The Olympic Games. Explore +NINE near Syndey.
If consumers can drink coffee or eat pizza while they shop for books, then why not let them sip whiskey or java while they contemplate a rack of shirts? That, indeed, is much the premise behind Shirt Bar, an Australian venture that offers an assortment of dark spirits and fresh espresso drinks for the pleasure of its visiting customers. Explore Shirt Bar in Syndey.