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Takenishi Terrace Coffee Shop / YRAD

January 21, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

This is a project that confronts the nature of the renewal of land use after a deteriorating rental building facing a shopping street was demolished. The site is in the center of Oita City, on the western edge of the oldest shopping street in the area. The bustle of the past has faded and the arcade has turned into a place that people just pass through to get somewhere else. We received a request from a client who runs a letting agency in the town to use a corner of the site where a car park was going to be built after the building was demolished for a small tenant space and a place for people to go such as a park where they can take a break, in order to bring the bustle back to the area.

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Lunet Flagship Store / Bogdan Ciocodeică Studio

January 19, 2022 Pilar Caballero 0

Lunet Flagship Store is the second space opened by the eponymous eye ware brand, a continuation of their aesthetic ethos and unconventional approach towards the entire experience of buying eyeglasses. The idea was to borrow a few of the key elements from the first store in such a manner, that it feels like you have stepped into the Lunet universe, but at the same time creating a unique and specially designed space, adapted to the new context.

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Escinter Store / SuperLimão

January 15, 2022 Susanna Moreira 0

Escinter works with corporate solutions in furniture, partitions, acoustics and technology for the architecture market. The Superlimão project for its new store, in Vila Madalena, brought a concept that sought to explore and reveal the diversity of the brand’s products. 

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Homme Store / Maden Group

January 11, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

Homme is not just a store, but a unique experience of an urban environment within the context of highly commercial space. Homme is a break from the usual shopping mall experience with a number of distinct aesthetic signs … The height gives the feeling of space and at the same time exposes the structure and ventilation of the space lighting systems.

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Haight Clothing Store / AIA Estúdio + Raphael Tepedino

December 23, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

The design for the Haight store at Shopping Leblon had the premise to create a welcoming environment and a consumption experience that brings something improbable in its essence. The mall’s ambiance, defined by its artificial elements and cold materiality is the opposite language of Haight’s conceptual basis – which is linked to natural landscapes.

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Loja A Mafalda / AR Arquitetos

December 13, 2021 Susanna Moreira 0

Architecture as an exhibitor guides the store’s spatiality. Uniting the existence of the proposed intervention, the space is formed by its path. This is guided by the different levels on which the shoes are exposed.

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HEYTEA Store at Beijing Qianmen Street / UND Design Office

December 11, 2021 Collin Chen 0

Qianmen Street is transforming into a cultural experiential consumption block. HEYTEA hopes to pass on tea culture to young people. As the carrier and starting point of brand culture, Stores need younger design language to express and carry. Designer connects tradition, not too retro, but to go to the front with their strength.

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Musinsa Standard Store / LABOTORY

December 7, 2021 chlsey 0

We Labotory settled a tagline “Tear down the time – break down time” for Musinsa Standard, as it interprets the spatial concept of  timeless through past, present, and future in our own design language. Musinsa Standard Hongdae consists of 4 floors. The first basement floor to the second floor and the 1.5th floor in between. The  circulation that starts on the first floor and leads to the present (first floor), and the future (1.5 floor), the present (second floor), and the  first basement (past) is expressed as a narrative of the time.  

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Heytea Zao Flagship Store (Nantou) / CCD

December 3, 2021 Xiaohang Hou 0

Nantou Ancient Town is located in the central area of Shenzhen, with a history of more than 1,700 years. It is the cultural birthplace of Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao. Through renovation, this urban historical and cultural neighborhood has been activated and renewed. CCD conceived a Heytea store sited in Nantou. Through integrating the site’s millennia-old cultural heritage and the city’s modernization over the past three decades, the CCD team created an example that represents the rebirth of Nantou. Based on modern approaches, CCD introduced classical architectural elements to inject timeless charm into the architecture and interior space. The most beautiful “sphere” strengthens the aesthetics of the space, which breaks conventional store design and creates an “undefined” inspiring space.