Retail

BACKYARD by | n

Nendo

21 Nov 2014

Nendo have recently completed the shop design for by | n, an original brand that stocks all Nendo-designed products. The outlets are located in the Seibu Sogo department stores in Tokyo's Ikebukuro and Shibuya, and in the Yokohama Sogo department store. BACKYARD refers both to a shop's storage space or loading dock and a tiny paradise for children, an outdoor space for free play. Nendo wished to

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Frame Store

i29 interior architects

18 Nov 2014

The Frame Store was designed to offer a three-dimensional experience of the magazine - a creative and innovative universe that surprises and inspires. Working within a totally different context, i29 interior architects proposed a radical concept; two shops in one, two contradictory experiences in one space. One white and rectangular installation versus one black

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3.1 Phillip Lim Flagship Boutique

Campaign

18 Nov 2014

Campaign has completed 3.1 Phillip Lim's flagship New York boutique, on Great Jones Street in Manhattan's NoHo district. The design of the 325 sq. m store has been developed in close collaboration with Creative Director Phillip Lim, to craft a space reflecting the brand's modern luxury philosophy and create a canvas to showcase the 3.1 Phillip Lim collections of Womenswear, Menswear and

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Heineken Pop-up store

Kissmiklos

29 Oct 2014

Heineken, as part of their ‘Open your City' campaign, wanted to create a pop-up store for the contestants of the Central European Fashion Days: a space for Slovakian, Czech, Polish and Hungarian designers and their fashion items and accessories. The campaign's aim is to help people discover new or less frequented places in their home cities, or in places they may visit. The 38 sq.

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Livraria Cultura

Studio MK27

27 Oct 2014

‘A bookstore with a meeting place'. This was the main premise of studio mk27's latest architectural project, Livraria Cultura at Iguatemi, Brazil. More than just somewhere to shop, the store needed to be inviting and a place where people would want to stay and hang out. So, the designers created a space where visitors could find the book they were looking for and then remain there to begin

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