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Groningen, Netherlands – OS & OOS didn’t shy away from using a regionally sourced natural material to help place an Ace & Tate store among a new locale.
Amsterdam – Dubbed as a ‘retail lab’ by the Dutch company’s team, the pop-up-turned-flagship uses in-store technologies and Amsterdammer wit to upgrade the customer experience.
Amsterdam – Due to their mix of gender, age, cultural background and industry, the jury for this edition of the Frame Awards is bound to further our vision of interior architecture.
Our most-read-about retail spaces in 2017 reveal the polar ways in which brands reconcile ever-increasing digital technology with tangible in-store experiences.
The Hague, Netherlands – Jordy van den Nieuwendijk’s bold artwork in its schoolchild palette adds vibrancy to Ace & Tate’s latest retail interior.
Eindhoven, the Netherlands – What is Dutch design? De Stijl, the 1990s Droog movement, or a quintessential attitude? And what does this mean in the modern context?
EINDHOVEN – Designed by OS & OOS and inspired by Eindhoven’s local industrial architecture, Ace & Tate’s new location reveals the art of shopping for glasses.
AMSTERDAM – For eyewear brand Ace & Tate’s latest store, Standard Studio draws inspiration from Dutch graphic design icon Willem Sandberg.
MUNICH – Complete with optical illusions and retail theatre, Ace & Tate’s Munich store highlights the brand’s European reach.
UTRECHT – Ace & Tate call upon Amsterdam-based Occult Studio to create a contemporary exhibition space for the brand’s second flagship store.
AMSTERDAM – For emerging eyewear brand Ace & Tate's flagship, Occult Studio translates the product into a retail experience.
Ace & Tate joins forces with renowned design collective Studio Droog for a unique summer in residence in Amsterdam.
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