SINGAPORE – A new flagship boutique on Orchard Road draws its aesthetic from Richard Serra’s minimalist metallic sculptures.
MILAN – Baciocchi Associati upsizes luxury lingerie and fashion brand La Perla’s boutique on the city’s most fashionable street.
NEW YORK CITY – Using Dadaist and surrealist techniques, Fotis Evans bridges the architecture and design worlds in the Madison Avenue Hermès window displays.
NEW YORK CITY – Ryan Korban refines Aquazzura’s Florentine heritage with contemporary Manhattan chic for the new ‘Church of Shoes’ on Madison Avenue.
AMSTERDAM – For eyewear brand Ace & Tate’s latest store, Standard Studio draws inspiration from Dutch graphic design icon Willem Sandberg.
HANAM-SI, South Korea – Sugarcup cosmetic store by Betwin Space Design is a study in bold patterns and bolder neon touches.
SHANGHAI – Light doubles as a material in Xiao Chun Ri He, a store with a minimal white aesthetic enlivened by greenery.
HONG KONG – For Red Valentino’s new concept store, India Mahdavi’s pretty-in-pink interior hosts some vibrant wildlife in the Walky Land capsule collection.
DUSSELDORF – Designing a post-digital retail environment for people – not products – takes a Village. At EuroShop 2017, Joanna Laajisto tells us more.
DUSSELDORF – The world’s leading retail trade fair is back and these brands are exhibiting not one, not two, but five post-digital retail experiences in The Village.
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.
PARIS – Middle Eastern influences meet French aesthetics for Nuun Jewels' first showroom.
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