Posts Tagged ‘US’
Careland Pharmacy is a new pharmacy with a modern look but an old-fashioned philosophy, personalized care. The design is an example of ultra contemporary design, but is also full of traditional references related to health care. As well as care, Careland Pharmacy has a focus on safety and convenience. This Brooklyn Heights pharmacy looks like the inside of a tube of mint-flavored, whitening toothpaste. Visit Careland Pharmacy in Brooklyn (US).
Moooi has opened a showroom in the U.S, the first Dutch design brand to take up residence in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan. The showroom is located in an early-20th-century building with a neoclassical façade. A minimalist space was created with concrete floors and walls and structural black columns. Set against the humble material, Moooi’s unexpected forms, bold lighting, and new line of graphic rugs pack a punch. Discover Moooi in New York (US).
DEAR: is a house label for women’s clothing, men’s clothing and jewellery that mixes up wearable japanese avant-garde with vintage pieces from all around the world that meet the label’s criteria. Carefully selected antique pieces, curiosities and modern pieces are also presented as ideas for home decorating. Explore DEAR: Revington+ in New York (US).
The Roastery is a destination landmark, a place to recognize coffee making as an art, not as the quick grab-and-go drink we have come to know.
Inside, customers can watch as coffee is roasted in one of two roasters and enjoy a spacious cafe to enjoy their specially-brewed beverage. Discover Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle (US).
Designed like much of her collection, everything is created by starting with the materials first and working back towards form and function. The store itself is beautifully spacious and relaxed, mixing a neutral palette of widely found materials such as reclaimed wood, concrete and travertine. Everything in the store adds to the atmosphere. Just from the first glance you’ll know that your in a very cool, chic place; a store that’s obviously a very intimate and personal expression of Rachel Comey. Explore Rachel Comey in Soho, New York (US).
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).
Fresh food grocery in which all food items come from within 150 miles of Washington. Includes Sit Down Wine/Beer/Coffee Bar in addition to fresh food kitchen, storage and custom retail displays for produce and dry goods. Explore Glen’s Garden Market in Washington DC (US)
Field & Stream wants to create a space for the hunting-fishing-camping enthusiast that was authentic. It’s an experience that’s as close to the outdoors as you can get within four walls. Explore Field & Stream in Columbus (US).
In Birchbox’s store debut one can play around with thousands of samples before you BYOB (build your own Birchbox), grab a full-size bottle of something you fell in love with from a previous box, get a polish change or hairstyling, or take a makeup lesson. Visit Birchbox in New York (US).
The store of designer Rebecca Minkoff in New York features an oversize screen, where customers can browse merchandise or request items in specific sizes to try on. The store texts shoppers when their fitting room is available. And inside the fitting room, a touch screen mirror can be used to request more items or ask for assistance. This store takes a problem-solution approach to technology. Explore Rebecca Minkoff in New York (US).