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Bunn Studio designs Garde Hvalsøe showroom to resemble grand apartment

May 25, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Kitchen and dining table set up in Garde Hvalsøe showroom in Aarhus by Bunn Studio

New York practice Bunn Studio has revamped a furniture showroom set in a Renaissance building in Aarhus, Denmark, to look more like an apartment than a store. Designed for Danish cabinet maker Garde Hvalsøe, the showroom houses the brand’s signature handcrafted kitchens and walk-in wardrobes alongside a selection of furnishings. The 600-square-metre space is split

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No Art Bookstore / Qing Studio

May 22, 2022 Collin Chen 0

The “Box-type waterproof wall” is the last barrier in the Yangtze River flood control system, the long strip space with 8m depth inside is encouraged to be used for various shops. However, in our impression, there are more clubs, high-end restaurants, and tea rooms, and luxury 4S shops. They stand in stark contrast to the people flying kites, dancing, walking dogs, and strolling in the riverside park. This bookstore transformation, with coffee and exhibitions, is the first space in the section that really opened the door and welcomed people to come and go freely. On the other hand, as an architect in Wuhan, it is particularly meaningful to do a project on the riverbank. After all, the flood of 1998 is our most important childhood memory.

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Neriage Store / Estúdio Sumaúma

May 17, 2022 Valeria Silva 0

Designed by Estúdio Sumaúma, a collaboration between designer Airon Martin and architect Gabriel Contreira for Neriage’s first store an old warehouse that held an art gallery was completely remodeled in the heart of the Pinheiros neighborhood in São Paulo.

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Burdifilek creates “zen-like ambience” in Seoul shopping mall

May 17, 2022 Ali Morris 0
Platforms with trees and waterfalls in Hyundai Seoul mall by Burdifilek

Indoor trees, natural light and a sculptural 12-metre-high waterfall help to create a calming shopping experience inside the Hyundai Seoul department store in Seoul, with interiors designed by Canadian studio Burdifilek. Hyundai Seoul, which opened last year, is the largest shopping centre in the South Korean capital and spans 89,100 square metres – the equivalent of

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May 17, 2022 Collin Chen 0

SPARK has a reputation for the innovative transformation of buildings such as Clarke Quay and Starhill Gallery.GRiD is the next chapter in this narrative. A youth-focused mall and education hub sits at the heart of Singapore’s Selegie Arts District. Sandwiched between the adjacent School of the Arts (SOTA) and several time-worn shopping malls. GRiD is a great example of the vibrant retrofitting of an existing building that extends its community relevance through positive reuse rather than wholesale demolition and re-construction. The metamorphosis of GRiD’s street corner into a “beacon” and attractor as well as housing an increased quantum of high revenue-generating F+B units is SPARK’s signature gesture and a cultural “nod” to the night-time luminosity of the local shophouses. A new ‘social stair’, a key component of the dynamic new corner is located opposite SOTA driving footfall to “food joints” in the basement. The stair is the place to relax with friends, watch onscreen shows or enjoy live performances by GRiD’s arts-focused tenants. The corner shops and social stairs have become a vibrant digital generation-friendly “Instagrammer” canvas for content creators and experience seekers. The GRiD has been deliberately designed to stand out from its neighbors. The energy of the exterior is carried into the interior spaces, redolent of a post-industrial aesthetic with neon lights and supersized utilitarian graphics.

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Nika Zupanc brings “Alice in Wonderland ambience” to Morela eyewear store in Ljubljana

May 16, 2022 Natasha Levy 0
Powder-blue drawers displaying glasses in Morela eyewear store in Ljubljana, Slovenia, designed by Nika Zupanc

Massive lamps, rotating mirrors and a legion of drawers feature inside the Morela eyewear store, which Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc has completed in Ljubljana. Morela has been offering optician services in the Slovenian capital since the early 2000s and went on to launch its own line of glasses in 2019. Locally based Zupanc was brought

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ODE Dermatology Clinic / Foolscap Studio

May 14, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

ODE Dermatology fuses retail with hospitality-style service and hotel-inspired luxury to create a unique wellness destination. Housed in a heritage building on Melbourne’s premium Gertrude Street, a technology overhaul and sumptuous interior fit-out reflects the client’s dual medical and aesthetic philosophy: that holistic skincare should be an ‘ode to one’s self.

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Jacquemus creates surrealist interpretation of his own bathroom for Selfridges pop-up

May 11, 2022 James Parkes 0
Image of a blue tiled replica changing room at Le Bleu

French fashion designer Simon Jacquemus has opened a series of surrealist pop-up installations at London department store Selfridges, including a luxury-bag vending machine and a swimming-pool changing room. Titled Le Bleu, the installation occupies a number of locations across the store, including its creative retail space The Corner Shop and the Old Selfridges Hotel, a

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LUPH Store / Limdim House Studio

May 10, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

On an area of 40m2 of floor space, we want to create a compact showroom that could point up the quality of a particular product line – elegant clothes for ladies. To accomplish this aim, we built the design concept focusing on two aspects: creating blocks and using light. The main materials are concrete, and tempered glass, and the main color is metallic colors are also thought of from the beginning. 

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HAYDON Nanjing Store / DOMANI

May 10, 2022 Collin Chen 0

HAYDON, an emerging brand in the high-end multi-brand cosmetics retailer favored by iconic venture capitalists, has been expanding its markets from the most first-tier cities in China at an astonishing speed since 2020 and has invited DOMANI to build the first store in Nanjing. The design concept is sourced from pure literature and echoed a wide creative perspective ranging from Wang Xiaobo’s The Green-Haired Sea Monster(1997) to the trendy acid visual style in the 2020s. Its hazy and luscious LSD fantasy challenges the boundaries of beauty and desire, and it’s rational while the rebellious tone is in line with the structural changes in Chinese retail consumers.