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From Tiffany & Co. to Gucci, high-end stores appeal to the next generation of well-heeled consumers by ditching the old codes of luxury retail.
New York City – For Claus Porto’s first store overseas, Tacklebox Architecture turned a Manhattan store into a portal to Portugal.
Mol, Belgium – Italian furniture company Minotti showcases the power of contextualisation through its showroom concept: bringing the feel of home to their retail spaces.
Hangzhou, China – The new Harbook bookstore by Alberto Caiola in Hangzhou respects the traditionalism of bookstores while proposing a contemporary iteration.
Bellocchi di Fano, Italy – With the modular shopfitting and furniture solutions offered by Gibam Composit, physical retailers can continue to engage and surprise.
Fidenza, Italy – Francesc Rifé Studio uses terracotta, rope, steel and oak to connect the Mallorcan shoe brand to local traditions in Fidenza.
Rio de Janeiro – Terra e Tuma, a Sao Paulo-based architectural studio, responded to Oficina Itsu’s retail limitations with a smart, concrete use of time and materials.
In Andreas Piedfort’s pixel-friendly physical retail concept for our Frame 123 challenge, your favourite shops come to you, and not the other way around.
Studios and ateliers, take notice: the next edition of Frame Publisher’s retail design bible, Powershop 6, is open for submissions.
New York City – In the new Maison Kitsuné flagship store, Mathieu Lehanneur’s interpretation of a French-Japanese aesthetic is Haussmannien meets ‘friendly but scary’.
SINGAPORE – Rei Kawakubo and Adrian Joffe couldn’t have chosen any other city for the first DSM in Southeast Asia.
SHANGHAI – Merging the best of online and offline retail experiences in Runner Camp, Tomohiro Katsuki of Prism Design explains the latest retail concept in China.
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