Archive for the ‘Showroom’ Category
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
Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
Article source: Ramón Esteve – Estudio de Arquitectura
The showroom designed by Ramon Esteve meets the goals set by the client using a contemporary language consistent with brand values. A 2500 square meter showroom inside the Dikai International Center which is located in Jianggan district, known as CBD, where the new landmark buildings of the city of Hangzhou are settled.
The showroom, recently opened, has grown the international work of Ramon Esteve. It has lead this studio the way to other major projects in China.
Showroom Sorara Hangzhou
Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
Article source: João Tiago Aguiar
‘Colorfoto’ grew and needed a Megastore.
We tried to organize the space in a large and clean way, attempting to highlight the ampleness of the store despite the various happenings. The pavement and the ceiling, in white, contrast with the set of cabinets that cover the walls, designed in a way to serve as storage and display.
Image Courtesy FG+SG
- Architects: João Tiago Aguiar
- Project: Colorfoto Megastore
- Location: Lisbon, Portugal
- Project Date: 2009/2011
- Client: COLORFOTO
- Collaboration: Renata Vieira, Ana Caracol, Sílvia Amaral
- Builder: GIL ALVES DA SILVA
- Surface Area: 600m2
- Built Area: 600m2
- Photography: FG+SG – FOTOGRAFIA DE ARQUITECTURA
- Software used: Autocad 2010
Friday, April 6th, 2012
Article source: Migliore+Servetto Architetti Associati
Ico Migliore describes it like this: “A place of discovery, reinterpreting a natural horizon through light, transparency and the suggestion of colour for Atelier Alcantara® and the launch of its innovative collection of bags and accessories.”
Alcantara® took part in Pitti Uomo 2012 with the first A di Alcantara® collection for men. The MIGLIORE + SERVETTO ARCHITETTI ASSOCIATI architectural studio has designed and created a distinct concept for the occasion: a delicate enclosure of light and shade set in a landscape of discovery, punctuated by a series of lights.
Image Courtesy Stefano Trovati © SGP
- Design by: Italo Lupi, Ico Migliore and Mara Servetto
- Project: A di Alcantara®
- Location: Fortezza Da Basso, Firenze, Italy
- Date: January 2012
- Client: Alcantara
- Photo credits: Stefano Trovati © SGP
Saturday, March 31st, 2012
Article source: LABSCAPE Architecture
The brand new showroom for Belgian lingerie firm “Van De Velde” opened its doors in March 2010 at the high pedestrian traffic intersection between Madison Avenue and 33rd Street, on the first floor of a historic building, in New York.
The typical “Manhattan” open space needed to be divided into four different areas. The entrance, a closed office for one person – that could also be used as a meeting room – two work islands and a showroom area.
Interior View (Images Courtesy Labscape)
- Architect: LABSCAPE Architecture
- Name of Project: Van de Velde Showroom
- Location: Madison Avenue, New York
- Year: 2009 – 2010
- Status: Completed
- Photos: Labscape copyrights
Saturday, March 31st, 2012
Article source: Manuelle Gautrand
The new Citroën showroom is at number 42 Champs Elysées; Citroën have owned the site since André Citroën set up shop there in the 1920s. His original showroom was beautiful, the interior was extremely theatrical, and the glass rectangle façade beautifully proportioned, very minimalist and contemporary.
Image Courtesy Philippe Ruault
- Architects: Manuelle Gautrand
- Project: The new Citroën showroom
- Location: Paris, France
- Client: Automobiles Citroen
- Design team: Anne Feldmann (project manager),
- Engineers : Khephren (structure), Alto (fluid), Lucigny-Talhouet (economist), Lamoureux (acoustic), Labeyrie (multimedia), Casso (security), Spectat (mobil equipment)
- Figures: 1.200 m²,
- Dates: shematic design : 2002, design development: 2003, construction: 2004-2007
- Model : New Tone
- 3D images : Platform
- Photographies: Philippe Ruault, Jimmy Cohrssen
Saturday, March 17th, 2012
Article source: The Los Angeles Design Group, LLC
Beaver Creek is the seventh in a series of stores designed by The LADG for Surefoot. Each store is unique, specifically designed for the space and the demands of the local market. At Beaver Creek, the design concept of the store is not unlike the construction of a ski-boot: it’s an efficient, comfortable center, surrounded by a very complex and performance-driven shell. In the middle of the store there are several custom-fabricated pieces of furniture that house Surefoot’s custom fitting process. The furniture is designed to be unobtrusive and helpful – kind of like an ergonomic butler to the fitting process. Fittings are exacting, and customers can spend hours working with Surefoot staff to get the boot just right. Subtle angles in the furniture help position customers’ feet and a series of platforms bring boots up to exactly the right height for operators to work on them.
Surefoot Beaver Creek
- Architects: The Los Angeles Design Group, LLC
- Project: Surefoot Beaver Creek
- Location: Beaver Creek, Colorado
- Project Team: Andrew Holder, Claus Benjamin Freyinger, Noah Rubin
- Completion: November, 2011
- General Contractor: Blueprint Construction
- Steel Fabrication: Astro Engineering and Manufacturing
- Wood Fabrication: Machine Histories
- Size: 1,200 Square Feet
- Program: Retail store for custom ski-boot retailer