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Amsterdam – Valentin Loellmann talks on the need for spontaneity, harmony and energy after completing the skincare giant’s only Dutch store to date.
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Sydney – The Australian retailer’s eighth store by the Norwegian firm strikes a balance between Bondi Beach and the city’s central business district.
Hong Kong – March Studio’s 17th store for the Australian skincare company minds the needs of target consumers and shows confidence in the local market.
Brussels – Cosmetics brand Aesop asked Belgian architect Bernard Dubois to design their new Brussels store. His response came in the shape of thousands of briquettes.
London – Instead of crowd control, Aesop Duke of York Square by Snohetta uses design to captivate and choreograph customers towards a central area.
NEW YORK CITY – Designed by Tacklebox Architecture, the Aesop store on the Upper West Side celebrates beauty because of the past, not in spite of it.
MILAN – Despite the public transportation strike, the power breakfast celebrating Sabine Marcelis’s installation in Aesop Corso Magenta got the design crowd going.
MILAN – To celebrate Frame’s 20th anniversary at Milan Design Week, Sabine Marcelis demonstrates its brand mission of spatial design excellence in Aesop Corso Magenta.
WASHINGTON, D.C. and SAN FRANCISCO – These two Aesop stores by Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox Architecture speak the international Aesop visual language, but with a proud local twang.
MUNICH – For the Aesop store in Munich, local design studio einszu33 assigned austerity and forthrightness for the elegant display of skincare products.
SINGAPORE / DÜSSELDORF / OSLO – Renowned Oslo firm Snøhetta designs three new boutiques in Singapore, Germany and Norway for an Australian luxury skincare company.
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