The West Residence Club is located in Hell’s Kitchen, one of Manhattan’s most sprouting neighborhoods. The neighborhood is known for its industrial character and its rich, colorful history, which combined, create an unmistakable mystique. Today it offers varied urban architecture from brick warehouses and low-rise showrooms to open parking lots and original townhouses. Its unique mix of residents, companies, independent shops, and small restaurants has made it into a dynamic neighborhood.
2+U creates a space for the community in the heart of downtown Seattle. Located next to the Seattle Art Museum, the project knits together the Waterfront, Business District, and Arts District by lifting the tower 85 feet above the street, providing connectivity at the pedestrian scale, and views through the block to Elliott Bay.
Fashion brand Acne Studios has opened a “monolithic” store on Paris’ Rue Saint Honoré, designed in collaboration with architecture studio Arquitectura-G, that references a Stockholm skatepark and its Parisian setting. Located on Rue Saint Honoré, a historic street and renowned shopping destination in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, the store was created by Acne Studios
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‘Yun Pangyo’ has two sides running together symmetrically in parallel. The scene consists of the two facades running the length like a long rectangle in a simple design. While some may feel that there are many advantages to be gained from exposure to the large area, we believe that there are more drawbacks than advantages in the sound demonstration of the brand story and operational directions due to the dispersal of movement and attention. It was one of the other missions that we encountered to overcome this drawback in terms of the construction of space and to have our customers feel the ‘Yun’ identity while making purchases of our products.
Used clothes give the image of being cheap and easy to buy. Many products are available in a wide variety with no gaps between them. What is called “vintage, has been carefully passed down from generation to generation. They have increased in social value due to their historical background and rarity.
The history of Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood informed this store for skincare brand Aesop, which local studio Odami has given ruby-toned walls and smooth beige counters. Odami, a design studio based several blocks west of the Aesop Yorkville shop, used features typical of the area as a starting point for elements of the design. “The interior
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A Catalyst – Lim Dong-Joon, the Creative Director of PAF (Post Archive Faction), is a storyteller of originality. If his story manifests a physical form, it will be of a nuanced subtlety and a provocative presentation of ecstasy. Each message is Post Archive Faction: PAF is reflective of his persona. The creative synthesis of layered abstraction sets the ground for the budding of pure forms. His exploration rejects and challenges any linear derivative. PAF’s design message blooms from the pursuit of originality in storytelling and perception.
Vase is a selected apparel store located along the Meguro River. Vase is a store that selects brands and clothes from all over the world based on the concept of “classic & avant-garde”. In this project, we wanted to create a place that expresses the store’s concept, which is full of attention to detail, by composing the space with a variety of different shapes, materials, and finishes, just like the products selected and collected from all over the world.
Trainers injected with magnets climb the walls and polystyrene ceiling tiles line the floor of Axel Arigato’s “upside-down” office-themed sneaker pop-up in London’s Selfridges department store. Installed in Selfridge’s first-floor menswear department for 12 months, the topsy-turvy pop-up store is a departure from the stone displays and pared-back colour palette ordinarily associated with the Swedish
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Spanish design agency Masquespacio has created the interior of the first Mango Teen shop in Barcelona, which was informed by the metaverse and aims to provide an interactive and dream-like shopping experience. Designed for customers aged 11 to 13, Masquespacio used graphic shapes to outline clothing displays and a colour palette of oranges and greens
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