Posts Tagged ‘Shop design’
This store reflects Aesop‘s approach to build unique site-specific stores that reflect local qualities, here the designer explored the unique character of Berlin, its tension between the contrast of old and new, roughness and beauty, urban and nature. Inspired by Gerhard Richter’s colour studies and monochromatic canvases and by the city’s industrial history and everyday charm, the interior assumes a palette of leaf-green and a quietly clinical aesthetic. Explore Aesop in Mitte Berlin (DE).
The Frame Store’s space hosts numerous events and exhibitions organized by both Frame Publishers and Foam Photography Museum Amsterdam. Alongside the events, Frame Publishers has created two retail spaces with a focus on fashion and design. Explore the Frame Store in Amsterdam (NL).
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).
Tokyo’s Tokyo is a kind of boutique gift shop, with comics, clothes, books, toys, and more. Explore this bookshop.
The Adashot Contact Lens Store in Tel Aviv (IL) is like a tug-of-war between complicated and minimalistic. It demonstrates how easy to design complicated yet hard to achieve the minimalist effect. Discover this store.
The modular systems from Visplay enhance the ambiance of commercial spaces and maximize merchandising impact. Discover their showroom in Diegem.
The brand new concept store Eye Candy is an optician with some very yummy glasses, delicious interior design and very tasteful graphic design. Visit this store…
Discover how the traditional rules of store design are broken by Abercrombie & Fitch in its Paris branch. Read more about this…
The Theurel & Thomas pâtisserie has an enlightened space with an exclusivity and elegant atmosphere. The store location is in San Pedro’s (Mexico) most affluent suburb. White is a central part of the design and it contrasts with the French macarons colors. Details were an essential part of our work. Each porcelain piece was meticulously selected, creating a balance with sophisticated specks that made the value of the brand and the exclusivity of the product outshine.
The new Carlo Pazolini store, designed by architect Giorgio Borruso, opened end 2010 in Milan (Italy) city center, in the financial district area of Piazza Cordusio.
The new store concept recreates a symbolic metamorphosis. Its front undulated wall is characterised by a piece – the opposite area of the entrance – presenting a cellular shelving system of rounded and elongated multicolor seats. The central area hosts black metal tubes, while the cash desk area is a white, clean surface. “The project plays with time as color compositions shift as one moves through the space,” comments Borruso. “The new installations wrap into each other; each one shapes the other, just as our bodies both reshape and are shaped by the things we wear.”
Source: Carlo Pazolini