Posts Tagged ‘France’
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).
La Fabrique De Lunettes turned an old bank into a modern optical store and in an old but trendy neighborhood of Paris. The interior of the optical store was designed in the spirit of the fifties and adapted to meet the contemporary expectations of the customers. Discover La Fabrique De Lunettes in Paris (FR).
Combining a laboratory of “Eclairs”, a shop, a workshop and a design office. All in love for Eclairs. Visit La Fabrique in Paris (FR).
Au Bout du Champ is a click and collect concept dedicated to fresh products and prepared foods. The retailer explores a new approach by combining the best of modern digital formats with traditional foods (local, fresh, natural products). Discover Au bout du champ near Paris (FR).
Shang Xia, the Chinese-born brand backed by French luxury goods group Hermes is trying to build a business centred on the revival of traditional Chinese crafts such as porcelain, cashmere felt and furniture. Discover Shang Xia in Paris (FR).
The new concept has clarified the Durance offer through a new customer experience and iconic merchandising. Explore Durance in Paris (FR).
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).
Refined decoration reflects the importance attached to aesthetics and beauty by the fashion designer. The confessional 19th century black oak stands at the back of the store, where trying on clothes becomes a quirky experience. The Misericordia project is a human endeavour that brings together the fundamental values of dialogue, education, know-how and craftsmanship. Explore Misericordia in Paris (FR).
All the while designed to be intimate, the space brings together the Dutch fashion label’s various lines under one roof. Walls that are entirely decorated with gray felt, the new two-storey space blends Italian Renaissance and classical French architectural styles to neatly showcase the Viktor & Rolf’s product range. Visit Victor & Rolf in Paris (FR).
Aesop’s store in Saint-Sulpice is echoing the historical character of the neighbourhood. Materials (bronze, marble and velvet) were used to create an intimate welcome and transport the visitor to a place both contemporary and reassuringly ancien. Discover Aesop Saint-Sulpice in Paris (FR).