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Casa Palacio in Mexico City, Mexico by DIN interiorismo

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Article source: DIN interiorismo

Interior design project coordination, consulting and installation for the first specialized store in furniture and residential accessories of Grupo El Palacio de Hierro. This project started with a commitment to provide a space where the most important is to experience an atmosphere where the lifestyle is the essence.

Image Courtesy DIN interiorismo 

  • Architects: DIN interiorismo
  • Project: Casa Palacio
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Year: 2008

Aesop Shibuya in Tokyo, Japan by TORAFU ARCHITECTS

Friday, May 10th, 2013

Article source: TORAFU ARCHITECTS

For Australian skin care brand Aesop, we planned the interior and exterior of the new store on Meiji Street in Shibuya. The store is located on the first floor of a three-storey building situated between two taller buildings; the space is long and slender – 2.6m in width, 7.8m in depth and 3.9m in maximum height. We aimed to work with these proportions to provide a welcoming and intimate space for communication with customers.

Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota

  • Architects: TORAFU ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Aesop Shibuya
  • Location: Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Takumi Ota
  • Principle use: SHOP
  • Production: Ishimaru
  • Facility design: ENDO-Lighting(Lightings)
  • Total floor area: 22.6m2
  • Design period: 2012.12-2013.03
  • Construction period: 2013.01-2013.03

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Aesop Fillmore Street in San Francisco by NADAAA

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Article source: NADAAA

Housing various skin-care and health products of Aesop, the space of the store is narrow and deep; the shot-gun organization is laid out asymmetrically with products framed in recycled boxes randomly stacked on one wall, the entire depth of the space.
The opposing wall is clad in cork–pure, seamless and unfettered by any intricacy. Using the strict repetitive organization of the Aesop bottle– a leitmotif of the brand– the random stacking of boxes acts to downplay the regimented nature of the brand.

Image Courtesy © Juliana Sohn 

  • Architects: NADAAA
  • Project: Aesop Fillmore Street
  • Location: San Francisco, USA
  • Photography: Juliana Sohn
  • Principal in Charge: Dan Gallagher
  • Design Principals: Nader Tehrani, Katherine Faulkner
  • Project Manager: John Chow
  • Project Team: Jonathan Palazzolo, Parke MacDowell

Takeo Kikuchi Store in Shibuya, Tokyo by Jo Nagasaka/Schemata Architects

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Article source: Jo Nagasaka/Schemata Architects

When we were commissioned to design this store, it was a year after the Great Tohoku Earthquake. From experiencing such great disaster we realized the importance of communication in communities, and began to question the present situation of retail stores that are typically glass-clad buildings with no operable windows, where no interaction between street and store would happen.

Image Courtesy © Nacása&Partners Inc

  • Architects: Jo Nagasaka/Schemata Architects
  • Project: Takeo Kikuchi Store in Shibuya
  • Location: Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Nacása&Partners Inc
  • Usage:Shop and Office
  • Building Design:Jo Nagasaka/Schemata Architects, Takenaka Corporation
  • Construction:Takenaka Corporation(building), NOMURA Co.,Ltd.(interior)
  • Design: So Hashizume(sign), SOLSO(planting)
  • Site Area: 248.22 m²
  • Building Area: 198.96 m²
  • Total floor area : 397.92 m²(1F+2F)
  • Floors:1F 2F
  • Structure:steel
  • Completion:11/2012

Dr. York Optical in California, USA by DCPP Arquitectos

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Article source: DCPP Arquitectos

The project is located in Los Angeles California, USA, The property is found at street level in a commercial area, on a street where there are mostly shops with a lot of traffic of cars and pedestrian. The main idea was to introduce some of that public space turning into the store in an extension of the street.

Image Courtesy DCPP Arquitectos

  • Architects: DCPP Arquitectos
  • Project: Dr. York optical
  • Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Architects: DCPP Architects – Pablo Perez Palacios, Alfonso de la Concha Rojas
  • Area: 65 sqm
  • Year: 2012

New Furniture Store at Innsbruck’s Gates in Grabenweg, Austria by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Article source: Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

The new Leiner furniture store can be seen from a considerable distance as you approach Innsbruck from the East on the A12 motorway. The four story structure is a beacon, in Leiner’s corporate green, to people passing by. Along with the large areas of green, the angular form of the building itself makes a strong impression. Like a folded tablecloth, the translucent metal construction envelopes the volumes of the building. With this striking facade, Zechner & Zechner are taking a stand against the standardisation and anonymity of current furniture store architecture.

Image Courtesy Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

  • Architects:  Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH
  • Project: New Furniture Store at Innsbruck’s Gates
  • Location: Innsbruck’s Gates, Grabenweg, Austria
  • Construction site area: 6,900 m2
  • Area of structure: 5,350 m2
  • Building volume: 105,000 m3
  • Retail area Leiner (furniture store): 10,000 m2
  • Retail area M-Preis (grocery market): 1,200 m2
  • Gross floor space above ground: 17,100 m2
  • Gross floor space below ground (garages): 12,450 m2
  • Construction start:  November 2011
  • Completion: November 2012
  • Investment of approx. : € 30M
  • Client: Kika Möbelhandels Ges.m.b.H. – Rudolf Leiner Ges.m.b.H., St. Pölten
  • Structural engineers: ZSZ Ingenieure ZT GmbH, Innsbruck
  • Building services planning: ab-concept GesmbH, Graz
  • Building physics: Dr. Pfeiler GmbH, Graz

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My Panda in Tokyo, Japan by Torafu Architects

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

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Grotte des fleurs in Nagoya, Japan by Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

Article source: Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture

To design from the limited shelf space, to allow the coexistence of people, flowers and equipment, and at the same time maximize the storage space that doesn’t conflict with the movement of clients and staff, we came up with this layout.

Image Courtesy Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture

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Hublot Pop-Up Store in Paragon Shopping Mall, Singapore by Asylum

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Article source: Asylum

Taking advantage of the majestic void space in Paragon Shopping Mall Singapore, an art installation, which spans across two floors, sweeps impressively across the area, inviting a sense of excitement and wonder. Tens of thousands of “black gems” rain down from above, resonating with the momentary quality of a pop-up store – an ephemeral, fleeting point in time, caught in a still image. Illustrating the legacy of the Hublot brand and its innovations, the installation seeks to recreate its notable paradoxical philosophy with an illusory space; magically solid yet porous and structurally monumental yet light.

Image Courtesy Asylum

  • Architects: Asylum
  • Project: Hublot Pop-Up Store
  • Location: Paragon Shopping Mall Singapore
  • Software used: Cinema 4D

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The Granary in London , England by Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Article source: Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects

This project showcases the creation of new life for old buildings whilst respecting and celebrating their integrity and providing facilities to meet 21st-century needs.

Fundamental to the design was a sensitive approach to the building’s rescue and restoration with carefully considered retention of its gracefully aged qualities.

Image Courtesy Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects

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