Posts Tagged ‘Storefront’
The interior of the new revamped store in Matsuya is a real treat for the lovers of luxury products and for the wealth of individuals who adore Louis Vuitton. Discover Louis Vuitton Matsuya in Tokyo (JP).
The storefront references the works of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, whose art features strong, dark lines and rectangular blocks of colour. Customers experience more of a sense of the bold colours of Mondrian, through the use of carpets with bright spots, swirls, prints and patterns and vibrant sofas that appear throughout the store to create a warm and welcoming, yet energetic vibe. Explore L’Aurora in Guangzhou (CN).
Located in Ginza, one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the heart of Tokyo, the historical Max Mara store has reopened with a new concept. Discover Max Mara in Tokyo (JP).
A bright blue box encloses the angelico hair salon, functioning as a hybrid reception and styling space. Visit Angelico in Saga (JP).
The shop is styled like an industrial warehouse with black walls, metal staircases and cage-like balconies. Inspiration came from the building and manufacturing industries for the scaffold-inspired display system, signage and floor markings and the watertight bulkhead doors at the changing rooms. Discover Durasafe in Singapore (SG).
The yoga apparel brand wanted to create an original facade, something that would evoke Ontario’s north. The front facade and entrance is a mosaic, representing an autumn leaf, is crafted from 35,788 wooden blocks made from a variety of woods. Discover Lululemon Yorkdale in Toronto (CA).
The display enables customers to manipulate life-size images of new products and drag them into digital shopping bags. Visit the Neo store in Nürnberg (DE).
This farmshop and café on Westbourne Grove serves fresh, seasonal produce delivered daily from the farm’s market garden, artisan cheese and breads from the creamery and bakery and organic meats serviced by a real butcher. Visit Daylesford Organic in London (UK).
This energy efficiency structure doesn’t just look ‘green’. Discover The Leiner furniture store in Innsbruck (AT).
Wyckoff Exchange food hall, a place of retail and cultural consumption. The design solution offers an innovative response to the question of how to develop a modest retail building on a tight budget. Explore Wyckoff Exchange in Brooklyn, NY (US).