Posts Tagged ‘Luxury’
The store for the French perfumer Frédéric Malle is a discrete, geometrically inspired space within the first floor of a historic red brick townhouse in New York. Imagining an appropriate architectural expression for smell, the architects developed a series of “slipped disks” which create imagery for the façade, cabinetry, furniture, and an outdoor space behind the store, dubbed the “Secret Garden. Explore Frédéric Malle in New York (US).
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).
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 store showcases House of Hackney’s interiors range together with their full clothing range. House of Hackney was founded in London in 2010 by Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley who were on a quest to emphasis quality, design and Made in England. The store stands out against the prevailing trend for whitewashed minimalism with dark painted furniture, Victorian-inspired tiled flooring and, of course, their signature prints. Visit House of Hackney in Shoreditch London (UK).
Delvaux, armed with only the best leathers, stellar production values and a new store concept, which embraces its heritage looks to the future. The designers wanted to build on – the surprise, the idea of the unexpected, the twist. It starts from something that is in a way traditional, but then is kind of flopped around completely to create something a little bit surprising and even strange. Discover Delvaux in London (UK).
Dinesen, a producer of exclusive wooden flooring opened a showroom in a historic setting next to the Copenhagen lakes. They created a unique universe that captures the Dinesen spirit and transforms it into a fully embracing spatial experience. Explore Denisen in Copenhagen (DK).
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).
It is the largest Porsche Design retail boutique around the globe, featuring the newly reimagined retail concept. It incorporates a sophisticated and innovative look, highlighting the iconic minimalist and functional style of Porsche Design. The opening of this new prestigious flagship store is an essential step in order to position Porsche Design as one of the world’s leading luxury and lifestyle brands. Explore Porche Design in Milan (IT).
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).