Posts Tagged ‘Social responsability’
The St Katherine Docks store shows the latest interior from a supermarket that continues to experience rapid growth and which has grabbed the loyalty of almost the entire middle class in the UK. This shop is known for the quality products and amazing services it provides to all. Visit Waitrose in London (UK).
While still industrial in scale and feel, a unique and relaxed retail outlet was created that reflects their hand crafted sensibilities. Home to a team of non-automated jeansmiths, who craft denim the old school way and take great pride in making the best jeans in the country. The space was carved out of the front of Raleigh Denim’s workshop. The store stocks labels that share similar principles to its denim line, quality, craft, heritage, and a sense of social responsibility. The Curatory has a particularly special ceiling furnished with paper aeroplanes. Discover The Curatory in Raleigh (US).
Sustainable commerce, urban renewal, and a modern market were the keywords to this project. A retail space designed for people and built around people on the basis of their local identity. Visit Coop.fi Novoli in Firenze (IT).
The Street Store offers homeless people the chance to browse for clothes. They group donations of clothing from the public, hung up the garments, and then allow homeless people to browse through the offerings to select what they want. Visit The Street Store in Cape Town (ZA).
The idea is to promote local sourcing and to mend ties between small producers and customers. Visit d’ici in Naninne (BE).
The movement places emphasis on putting a human stamp on beauty, something The Body Shop has been championing from its inception. Discover The Body Shop in London (UK).
Shopping for glasses should be like browsing at a library: quick, easy, and especially fun to do with a friend in town. When you walk into this flagship store you’ll find rolling library ladders, a photo booth, reading materials from Warby-approved independent presses, and mirrors upon mirrors, so you’ll never have to travel far to peep a glance at your bespectacled self. Explore Warby Parker in New York (US).
Virtually all of the elements used to design the store were recycled: pieces of wood collected on the street for making the table legs, old Camper signs for covering and repainting the walls and laces from discontinued shoe models for fashioning the curtain or the lampshades. Explore Camper in Barcelona (SP).
Maison POS in Paris buys directly from the producers and chooses to buy in small amounts to get a quick turnaround of their products, thus ensuring their freshness. Maison POS makes a big pot of soup every day and it is sold to go with some organic bread. Discover Maison POS in Paris.
Causses works with producers who have a renowned expertise and adhere to its charter that imposes a certain level of quality in their production and manufacturing process. Discover Causses in Paris.