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7.6

INTERSECT BY LEXUS – Dubai / Wonderwall Inc.

Dubai is the second city in the world to host INTERSECT BY LEXUS following the Tokyo opening in 2013. Developed by Masamichi Katayama (Wonderwall Inc.), the world-renowned interior designer. INTERSECT BY LEXUS are unique-luxury spaces where people can experience Lexus without getting behind a steering wheel. Neither a dealership, nor a traditional retail space, guests are able to engage with Lexus through design, art, fashion, culture, film, music and technology.
7.6

9 ¾ Bookstore + Café / Plasma Nodo

Beautiful and very cosy 9 3/4 Bookstore + Café, located in Plaza Pakita. The combined bookstore and café is designed by Plasma Nodo and they have created a relaxed and colorful environment, for coffee, design and book lovers, that is filled with unlimited levels of inspiration for everybody to enjoy...
7.3

DUST store / Sibling

DUST is a multi-sensory concept store. Five divisions for five senses, Fashion • Vinyl • Fragrance • Tea • Printed Matter. Based on a multisensory concept that includes all the five senses from smell to touch, Created by interior designers Sibling, the space, inspired by Da Vinci’s Golden Ratio, features a repeating 3D geometric motif in a disorientating combination of mirrored reflections and luminescent surfaces...
7.1

Fun Factory Flagship Store Munich / Karim Rashid

New York-based designer Karim Rashid dreamed up the design of this high-tech flagship store for of the purveyor of 'Patchy Paul' and 'Dildo Dolphin'. There are two floors of goodies linked by the 'stairs of passion': lingerie and body potions downstairs, and dildos, vibes and other 'lifestyle' sex toys plus literature upstairs...
7.5

Cultura Bookstore (Livraria Cultura) / Studio MK27

The interior of this São Paulo Cultura Bookstore (Livraria Cultura) by Studio MK27, the Bookstore provides a 21 st century retail experience with a large central area encased by books, allowing customers to read, chat and even watch a lecture or performance...

Lochristi Concept Store / King George Creative Agency

Lochristi Concept Store’s central theme is based on the rich tradition of floriculture in Lochristi. The most popular fashion brands are displayed in an area of no less than 1250 m², conceptualized by King George. Eye-catchers are the three large greenhouses in which you find superb outfits, and a vertical garden of 8 meters high...
7.1

Issey Miyake Flagship Store London Interior / Tokujin Yoshioka

The new ISSEY MIYAKE flagship store is opening on Saturday 11th October 2014 at 10 Brook Street, London. All furniture, fittings and seating has been designed by Tokujin Yoshioka. the idea of combination of technology and hand work has appeared in the store...
7.2

Stills Flagship Store Amsterdam / Doepel Strijkers

Dutch architects Doepel Strijkers were called to design the flagship stores of Amsterdam. Stills’ devotion to materials and texture was the inspiration to extrude fabric’s deeper dimensions into an open grid design. The store displays a new typology aiming to create a long-lasting spatial identity...

Paris Kids / Dalziel and Pow Design Consultants

Dalziel and Pow has designed the interiors for the kids’ fashion department of Paris, a department store in Chile. When Chile’s leading department store brand Paris embarked on a redesign of its children’s offer, it wanted to create an environment that engaged with both children and their parents. Owned by Santiago, Chile-based Cencosud Retail S.A., one of the largest retail conglomerates in Latin America...
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Apple Store – Covent Garden / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects

San Francisco-based practice Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has restored a Grade II-listed building in London’s Covent Garden for retail giant Apple. Apple Store Covent Garden is the brand’s largest store in Europe and was the biggest in the world until the Grand Central Station store in New York opened in December 2011...

Weinhandlung Kreis wine shop / Furch Gestaltung & Produktion

The branch of Weinhandlung Kreis in the center of Stuttgart, Germany, designed by local studio Furch Gestaltung + Produktion features interesting modular shelves, called 386 fourpointeight. They are stacked and bolted across the store, in a spectrum of blues, purples, yellows and reds...