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Seoul – WGNB clears the floor with a display system that draws inspiration from an Asian lottery game for a minimalist multi-brand store.
Boston, Mass. – Streetwear fanatics have a new place of worship with the latest in the series of collaborations between Adidas and streetwear retailer Concepts.
Moscow – Broken tiles in a tanning salon may be a step too far in celebrating the spirit of exposed construction materials.
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 – In the new Maison Kitsuné flagship store, Mathieu Lehanneur’s interpretation of a French-Japanese aesthetic is Haussmannien meets ‘friendly but scary’.
Moscow – The concept store’s new location builds on its namesake’s raw industrial aesthetic with statement brand installations and eight-metre ceilings.
PARIS – Frame speaks to Flip Ziedses Des Plantes, whose exhibition design for Filling Pieces is now overtaking the footwear brand’s retail presence around the world.
The Hague, Netherlands – Jordy van den Nieuwendijk’s bold artwork in its schoolchild palette adds vibrancy to Ace & Tate’s latest retail interior.
SHANGHAI – The Fly Pony store by Shanghai-based firm Prism Design takes children and parents to cloud nine while shoe shopping.
VANCOUVER – Designed by Casper Mueller Kneer Architects, Vancouver’s latest concept store brings an international flavour to the city.
PARIS – Uufie’s reconstruction of the historic department store introduces a new atrium inspired by springtime flowers as well as by the building’s Art-Nouveau aesthetic.
LONDON – Proportion London launches a new collection of accessories mannequins which embody sensuality and simplicity to cater to an evolving retail industry.
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