Posts Tagged ‘Flagship store’
The Études Studio store is located in a secluded courtyard. The design is wonderfully austere and adapts well to the elongated dimensions of the space. Floods of daylight, allowed in through an expansive row of windows, add a sense of serenity to the store at any time of the day. Discover Études Studio in Paris (FR).
Lacoste store in Regent Street is a fusion of ’50s retro-style and Lacoste heritage. Widely thought to represent the first time a brand name was displayed on the outside of an article of clothing, the signature crocodile of Lacoste has its history on the tennis courts. Explore Lacoste in London (UK).
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).
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).
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).
The Ileana Makri Flagship store was inspired by her view on design, her interests and inspirations, her images and passions that drive her creative force. Intentionally breaking from the way other jewelry stores are laid out, the Ileana Makri flagship offers customers more freedom to explore the space. Discover Ileana Makri in Athens (GR).
The store has the look and feel of a Hunkemöller mansion, divided into various sections devoted to different moods. The flagship store sells all of the product groups in the Hunkemöller collection, exhibiting them creatively with special techniques, such as an ‘intelligent lighting system’ for the window displays, digital signage, a Sexy Shapes bra bar and even distinctive fragrances for each product group. There is also a VIP fitting room, where you can change the lighting and background to suit your mood. This is a store that takes shopping for lingerie to a whole new, multi-sense, dimension. Explore Hunkemöller in Antwerp (BE).
An inspirational Fashion Luxury Destination that It reflects the richness and spirit of Istanbul. In the store it was all about building in a sense of luxury and service to each department. Both the men’s and women’s areas, for example, offer VIP fitting rooms. To enhance the space and to add imposing landmark transition areas between floors, the business has invested in works from local artists and furniture designers. Explore Beymen Zorlu Center in Istanbul (TR).
The interior of the Kayanoya flagship store is a reproduction of their traditional warehouse. Barrels used for traditional soy sauce-making hang from the ceiling and special wooden trays that are also used in the manufacturing process are used as display shelves. They are all assembled by local craftsmen and then brought up to Tokyo to create a sophisticated, unique shop that feels ripe with authenticity. Discover Kayanoya in Tokyo (JP).
Furniture etailer Made.com opened an interactive showroom with a unique user experience. Shoppers will be able to browse the online retailers’ full online selection ‘virtually’ through full-scale projections in a number of room set-ups. Visitors can place orders in-store using iMac stations and can also use handheld CloudTags tablets to browse product information. Discover MADE in London (UK).