Posts Tagged ‘Footwear’
In this Camper Together store all the walls around the store are covered with a system of very basic plywood boards, mounted using the most simple and basic connection system imaginable. Each simple wooden board hides between the lights for the display case and highlights the depth of the construction. Explore Camper Shoes in Milano (IT).
In Glent Shoes a 3D digitizer provides accurate measurements of length, width and height of the instep of the client’s feet. This allows them to offer a shoe size that best fits your foot and the configurator gives endless possibilities to customize the design of the shoes in real time. The result is exclusive Glent shoes customized and personalized. Explore Glent Shoes in Madrid (ES).
FEIT, an Australian luxury casual shoe line, is all about fighting waste. The brand only makes about 60 editions of each shoe style, each one cut from a single piece of leather. This minimalist space also features leather wallets and belts. This FEIT flagship store is as much installation piece as it is traditional retail store, as the space creates an emotional connection for the customer with the process and craft of constructing handmade footwear. Explore FEIT in New York ( US).
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).
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).
More than 40,000 pairs of shoes and more than 250 brands are presented in an appealing interior design spread over a huge shoe salon. Discover the Breuninger shoe salon in Stuttgart (DE).
The concept of the Sergio Rossi shop combines strong Moroccan ethnicity with a creative transgression to design a liberated and inspiring space. Visit Sergio Rossi in Cassablanca (MA).
To optimise the use of space, a diagonally stacked arrangement of cardboard shoe boxes covers the back wall of this Bestias XX footwear store. Explore Bestias XX in Santiago (CC).
The Asics store is fitted with Foot ID scanning, allowing the retail assistants to advise more accurately on the correct running shoes customers should wear according to their running style and physical form. Discover Asics in London (UK).
An interior and exterior architecture that speaks with a homogenous voice, uniting the concepts for three different brand lines. As a result, over a very short period of time, the PUMA brand store has become a landmark on the retail horizon of Osaka. The design unifies an intelligent yet simple retail. Discover PUMA in Osaka (JP).