Articles tagged Retail

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‘Form follows pastries’ is the new adage for Bake shop by 07Beach

Ho Chi Minh City – Designed by Joe Chikamori of 07Beach, Bake displays row upon row of Japanese cheese tarts on a series of terraced pedestals.

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Multifunctional Eye-D space defies gravity and convention

Istanbul – Ofist studio creates a gravity-defying experience with 505 yoga blocks for the multifunctional, ‘Rayban-free’ retail concept Eye-D.

Billboard: The Other Office 3 Presale
Billboard: The Other Office 3 Presale
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Lies Mertens and its message of minimalism

ANTWERP, Belgium – Atelier Bontekoe van Put designs accessory brand Lies Mertens’s store with aesthetics to match its brand ethics.

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Obstacle, spectacle – Vavas uses a sculptural display to bridge and divide

SEOUL – The Vavas eyewear store in Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam District, gives centre stage to a display object that’s both rough boulder and sleek stainless steel.

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Get pretty in Blushhh! with Instagram in mind

KIEV, Ukraine – AKZ Architectura celebrates the identity of a clothing and accessories showroom using its namesake colour in a retail experience tailored to social media.

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Leong Leong interprets Everlane’s radical transparency in-store

New York City – Price-tag breakdowns. Walletless shopping. Customer ID integration. Leong Leong interprets Everlane’s mission of radical transparency.

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Top-Hit Trend of 2017: Retail goes invisibly digital and boldly physical

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.

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Suspend your disbelief: WGNB designs on the ceiling

Seoul – WGNB clears the floor with a display system that draws inspiration from an Asian lottery game for a minimalist multi-brand store.

Billboard: German Design Council
Billboard: German Design Council
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Products become precious as Sid Lee puts Adidas x Concepts in an underground vault

Boston, Mass. – Streetwear fanatics have a new place of worship with the latest in the series of collaborations between Adidas and streetwear retailer Concepts.

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Has industrial chic gone too far?

Moscow – Broken tiles in a tanning salon may be a step too far in celebrating the spirit of exposed construction materials.

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Snohetta’s elegant design solution choreographs the crowd for Aesop

London – Instead of crowd control, Aesop Duke of York Square by Snohetta uses design to captivate and choreograph customers towards a central area.

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Mathieu Lehanneur’s intersection of Parisian architecture and Japanese ‘friendly but scary’

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’.