The latest Aesop shop in Adelaide is an airy and serene space that references back to the victorian building in which it is located.
London based design Studio Toogood have created a blood driping red intalation at Hermes flagship store in London.
Scandinavian architects office Guise have recently finished this serene multibrand space in Stockholm.
Landet Järna is a small wild flower shop I recently discovered through Emmas Designblogg. Located in Stockholm the space sells seasonal greens and on the weekends you can have cocktails in the main marble bar and sip cocktails.
Wallstrasse 85 is quite a hidden gem of a location in Berlin. Soon to be completely renovated the amazing space that seems like a time pocket of decayed ûbber luxury has been turned into a furniture pop up shop for September only.
Torafu Architects have finished the new Aesop shop in Shibuya where they’ve worked around enhancing the characteristics of a long and slender room with very high ceilings through mirrors and reflections.
For the second year, COS took part in the annual furniture fair in iIlan last month.Teaming up with design studio Bonsoir Paris, COS created a pop up store concept that underlined their pure and natural look in an interior space.
“Less materials to create more atmosphere” was the dogma for German studio Karhard Architektur + Design when creating this hair salon in Berlin. One of the main features are the mirrors that curve down from the ceiling on thick steel frames.
Polish architectural design studio Mode:lina have recently finished the interior for a new pop up shop for footwear label CLAE. Due to the shop’s short life span, the brief of the interior was to make it to the lowest possible budget and with the largest shopping experience impact. Therefore Mode:lina has used wooden pallets and cardboard … Continue reading