Posts Tagged ‘Pop-Up shop’
Many people want to push the inner city down that path towards more convenience, with free parking everywhere and a central air-conditioned mall. We feel that the central city needs a point of difference, that we should embrace inconvenience and turn it into an asset and point of attraction for the city. Explore the Inconvenience Store in Christchurch (NZ).
Frenchologie, a chic celebration of all things Francais, this is where to come for your frenchie fix when you can’t quite manage the hop over the channel. Its carefully curated collection covers fashion, beauty, art, books, music and even some delicatessen offerings certainly doesn’t disappoint. Discover Frenchologie in London (UK).
Hugo Boss has opened up a mobile store concept, and it looks great. An example of retailers that think outside of the norm with things like Pop up stores, and mobile stores like this one. Explore the Boss Green Truck.
The Charm Collective is a network of five leading and progressive retailers in Bruges. From 8 to 11 May they organize a mini festival under the title London Calling. One entire street will be transformed into a real pop-up street for young and old. As many as 10 properties in the street receive a temporary makeover, both on the inside and on the outside. Examples are a fish & chips corner, a Savile Row style tailoring shop, a pop-up café and street art. The festival starts with an after work for kids and is followed by a series of related events like a “High Noon Tea” moment, a MOD meeting, a 60s live band and a street art workshop. Discover more about London Calling in Bruges (BE).
A pop-up store, gallery, bar and studio dedicated to things that make you happy. Visit Häppi Piecis in München (DE).
Open for one month in 2013 only, swing by to shop and get 1-hour delivery anytime, anywhere in NYC. Discover Kate Spade’s Saturday Pop-up store in New York (US).
Pop Up consisting of an eclectic selection of new independent and alternative magazines, fanzines and journals from around the world and with architecture at the center. Explore Archizines in New York (US).
The installation as a whole creates a strong, serene, yet warm space that allows the products to be the centerpiece. Discover Nike showroom in Beijing (CN).