Archive for the ‘Showroom’ Category
Tuesday, November 6th, 2012
Article source: Bluarch
Located on the penthouse level of a commercial tower, this venue is a private bar/lounge/showroom for the liquor brand Right Gin. Similar venues were built in New York and Miami.
Image Courtesy Bluarch
- Architects: Bluarch
- Project: Right Gin Chicago
- Location: Chicago
Friday, November 2nd, 2012
Article source: IPNOTIC Architecture
ZAJC (www.meble-zajc.pl) is one of the fastest growing brands in the kitchen design and production fields. The headquarter and the showroom were intended to became company’s representational place. Architecture of the showroom refer to the ZAJC’ philosophy, which is high attention to aesthetics and detail.
Image Courtesy Norbert Banaszyk
- Architects: IPNOTIC Architecture
- Project: ZAJC Showroom and Production Hall
- Location: Poznań, Poland
- Photographers: Norbert Banaszyk, Fotoarchitektura
Friday, November 2nd, 2012
Article source: Kazukimoridesign
Japanese designer KAZUKIMORIDESIGN has completed interior design for dress shop. This dress shop in Mito of Ibaraki, Japan.
In the presentation, we present the design from the first copy. “ White makes me happy! ”
I made a white cube that can be felt uniformly white in any position which dress. Lighting plan is set to daylight white floors, walls, ceilings, and furniture, I was selected material with a sense of texture, yet in all white.
Image Courtesy kazukimoridesign
- Architects: Kazukimoridesign
- Project: White makes me happy!
- Location: Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
- Designed by: Kazukimoridesign
- Site: Mito, JPN
- Principal Use: Dress shop
- Room Area: 107.15m²
- Completion: Aug. 2012
Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Article source: Torafu Architects
Located at the basement level of Shibuya’s PARCO Part 1 Building, we have designed the interior and exterior of the store for new fashion label ‘my panda’. From ‘Smiles’, the company which created brands such as ‘PASS THE BATON’ and ‘giraffe’, this label is based on a ‘two-tone’ theme. We wanted to design a store which could become iconic to the fashion label such that it may be easily recognized.
Image Courtesy Takumi Ota
- Architects: Torafu Architects
- Project: My Panda
- Location: Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Takumi Ota (Architecture); Akinori Ito (Fashion)
- Principle use: SHOP
- Production: Ishimaru
- Facility design: ENDO (Lighting)
- Curtain design: Yoko Ando
- Plants: Jungle Collection
- Building site: Parco Part 1 B1F, Shibuya, Tokyo
- Total floor area: 44.3㎡
- Design period: 2012.06-09
- Construction period: 2012.09-10
- Software used: Vectorworks
Thursday, October 25th, 2012
Article source: Kokaistudios
At beginning of 2011, Kokaistudios was invited by one of the leading developers in China, OCT Shanghai Land, to lead a thorough restoration and renovation project of a historically significant warehouse on the North side of Suzhou Creek in Shanghai. The warehouse; the early 20th Century Ewo Packing Factory warehouse building; is the first building to open in the new large scale OCT urban re-development project SUHE CREEK designed by Foster+Partners and where the 4th Bvlgari Hotel will be located. The building now serves initially as the Project Showroom, Sales Center and VIP Reception Venue as well as housing the studios for two of China’s most prominent contemporary artists, Yan Peiming and Liu Xiaodong. It will be part of the riverside commercial space where international brands will be located in the future.
Image Courtesy Charlie Xia, Suhe Creek
- Architects: Kokaistudios
- Project: OCT Suhe Creek Urban Renovation Showroom
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Designed by: Kokaistudios
- Architecture: Andrea Destefanis, Li Wei, Peyron Pietro, Annsy Chen, Zou Chenqing, Yao Yun
- Interior: Andrea Destefanis, Maggie Wang, Jason Huang
- Client: OCT Land (Shanghai) Investment Ltd.
- Area: 1,600 sqm
- Completion: August, 2012
- Photographer: Charlie Xia, Suhe Creek
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
Article source: Process5 Design
The first Tokyo branch of Global Style, a made-to-order suit shop, has opened in Kanda, the textile quarter of eastern Tokyo. Kanda is home to a number of pharmaceutical and trading companies and it was assumed that the main customer target would be businessmen passing the shop. As it is also within walking distance from Akihabara, it was considered that people who normally don’t have much to do with suits would also pass by.
- Architects: Process5 Design
- Project: Global style
- Location: Kanda, Tokyo, Japan
- Construction type: Interior Renewal
- Function: order made suite shop
- Total area: 60.819㎡
- Construction phase: 4 Feb. ~28 Feb. 2011
- Software used: Vectorworks, Illustrator and photoshop
Sunday, July 1st, 2012
Article source: Marion | Compleet
The purpose was to reconnect with the identity of Roger Vivier’s house in order to accompany the renewal of the brand that created, among other things, the stiletto heel in 1954.
The work was led in close relationship with Inès de la Fressange, director of the brand and Bruno Frisoni, artistic director. We aimed to give each room the prestige of Roger Vivier’s history and a contemporary design vision. Based on the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Street, the store spreads on 3 levels in a sweet and luminous atmosphere. Outside, the screen shop-window made of “priva light” let the ground floor appear through the frames of various windows.
- Architects: Marion | Compleet
- Project: Roger Vivier
- Location: Rue du Fgt St. Honoré 75008 Paris
- Client: Tod’s Group
- Surface: 500 m²
- Cost: Confidential
Thursday, June 21st, 2012
Article source: Govaert-Vanhoutte Architecten
Somewhere in between the misty meadows of Nevele, on the corner of a newly developed business compound, lies the company of San Martino in the form of a long concrete volume.
Image Courtesy Martine Neirynck
Image Courtesy Martine Neirynck
Saturday, June 2nd, 2012
Article source: Plajer & Franz Studio
Plajer & Franz Studio, under the direction of ales kernjak (head of global store concepts, puma retail ag) gave the puma stores a thorough re-designing makeover, filling their spaces with an injected dose of joy, innovation, simplicity and various local influences, all being accomplished according to puma’s sustainable guidelines.
Image Courtesy manuel schlu¨ter
Thursday, May 24th, 2012
Article source: Edwards Moore
A flagship store for the Brazilian shoe brand, the fitout needed to reflect the internationally renowned brand as well as support the unique product.
A dream commission that required an equally unique response. Housed in a corner site in Melbourne’s QV centre, a highly visible high traffic area it was essential that the fitout provided a visual feast for the passing pedestrian, a dynamic and constantly evolving space. Internally the need was to create another world, a sensory delight.
- Architects: Edwards Moore
- Project: Melissa Shoes (M Dreams)
- Location: Melbourne, Australia