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The new company with a simple but revolutionary mission –to turn our trash into beautiful homewares –tasked LuckyFox to transform the 3,000 square foot empty space in the heart of Shoreditch, East London into a gallery style showroom. This is the public’s first opportunity to touch, feel, build, try and buy its products in person.
TULIPS store by 4D, Delhi India
The store layout is planned to facilitate a consultative engagement, distinctly differentiated from a transactional one offered by others players, with the customer both visually and in person. Luxury soft furnishing on the ground floor are literally ‘woven’ around an open bespoke design studio manned by its team of interior design décor specialists and ‘karigars’ (traditional textile craftsmen).
Askona store by Weavers, Moscow / Krasnodar Russia
The new strategy of Askona retail network development means the shift from the mono-product shop of mattresses to the integrated sleep solutions retail concept that would include beds, sofas, upholstered furniture and interior design products for bedroom, different accessories and gadgets for sleep, textiles and so on.
Herman Miller shop-in-shop by PRODUCE, Singapore
Occupying a twenty meter long by seven meter wide space, a plywood surface stretches across the entire site like a sail of tensile fabric, with symmetrical qualities that take on the proportions of the Herman Miller logo.
Tempur store by William van Esveld, Amsterdam The Netherlands
The lounge area has been created to allow customers to relax, have a drink and to gather information from either documentation or online. The several experience ‘bedrooms’ allows customers to try out the different types of mattresses.
Vondom flagship store by Ramón Esteve Estudio, Miami Florida
Circular shapes cover every vertical and horizontal surface of the interior. Some shelving made of circular units with different diameters has been placed on the perimeter, thus enclosing the space. It contains the injection collection and the flowerpots on some mirror shelves.
Ballard Designs store by FRCH Design Worldwide, Tysons Virginia
Accent wall installations bring the wall line down making the spaces feel more intimate, while also creating a temporary backdrop that can be repainted or utilized for layered art and wall décor.
HomeLane.com store by 4D, Bangalore – India
The store design palette is kept warm, clean and contemporary with colored feature walls to draw attention to brand messages. Wooden rafter ceilings help add signature to the brand environment and also add warmth in the common areas.
Hammonds Showroom by Design4Retail, Hinckley UK
The messaging, which is designed to inspire and inform customers, is set against natural wood, subtle textures and uses colour and pattern from the brand palette to tie the spaces together, creating a cohesive look and feel across the showroom.
Godrej Interio B2B store by Four Dimensions, Pune India
To create spatial interest, platforms are used in different finishes across the store. Flooring overlays in parquet and carpets used in sync with the ceilings help create different interesting highlights across the store to draw interest to the offerings.
Great Little Trading Co. flagship showroom by Resolution Interiors, London UK
The design resolution was a home-from-home environment, creating inspirational playrooms, bedrooms, shared spaces and study areas.
Ditre Italia Flagship store by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri, Milan Italy
The products are displayed in cosy, private environments, each dedicated to a different collection and interpreting a different function: living, conversation, dining and the sleeping area featuring beds.
Plato showroom by Whitespace, Bangkok Thailand
Conceived as a theater for furniture organized around a 5.9 meter stage, the 450 sq. meter showroom uses a dramatic range of materials and lighting to create backdrops intended to attract and inspire designers and their clients.
Silluzio furniture showroom by IVISTUDIO, Catania Italy
The large windows reveal the totality of the showroom with the different settings, the workstations, and the exhibitors of furniture and complements, all unified by a colour scheme and lightings solutions aiming at reproducing a typical domestic environment rather than an unfriendly or stiff showroom display.
SPOT Furniture Lighting store by FAL Design Estratégico, São Paulo Brazil
The brand was created from the concept to indicate the ideal place to buy contemporary chairs and lamps. The source used is neutral traits, easily readable, but striking. The yellow color applied to the letter O further reinforces the concept of spot and is directly linked to the lighting context.
Betra Bak Furniture Store by Ambiente, Reykjavik Iceland
Parra Furniture Store Visual Merchandising by Alan Khadikov, Moscow Russia
Actiu Showroom, Barcelona Spain