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StudioAC clads Toronto’s second Edition cannabis dispensary in zigzagging grating

April 11, 2021 Ali Morris 0
St. Clair West Edition store by StudioAC

Toronto-based StudioAC has used industrial grating to create faceted walls within the interior of luxury cannabis dispensary Edition. Following the opening of the dispensary’s first store in Toronto’s downtown Annex neighbourhood last year, the local practice was invited back to create a second, larger store in the St Clair West area of Midtown. In Edition’s

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Snøhetta designs Oslo fashion store to be a “treasure hunt”

April 3, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Bold striped interior inspired by Alain Delon in Moniker men's department interior by Snøhetta

Space travel, race cars and the French Riviera are among the eclectic references that informed Snøhetta’s design for the Moniker boutique in Oslo, Norway. Called Moniker Fashion Universe, the 1,500-metre-square concept store is located in the heart of Oslo’s shopping district, near the newly renovated Valkyrien Square. When the store opened last spring, its two Snøhetta-designed floors

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Gridded steel facade evokes bamboo forest at Hermès store in Tokyo

April 1, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0

Parisian studio RDAI has designed a store on Tokyo’s prestigious Omotesando Avenue for fashion house Hermès, which was designed to evoke aspects of Japanese nature and culture. The 488-square-metre store is the first freestanding Hermès outlet in Tokyo since the brand opened its Ginza emporium in 2001, which was also designed by RDAI. The latest store occupies a prime

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Five cannabis dispensaries and shops with soothing interiors

March 26, 2021 India Block 0
Edition X cannabis dispensary in Toronto has display counters made from industrial grating

As New York prepares to legalise recreational marijuana, we’ve rounded up five of the most enticing retail spaces created by interior designers for cannabis dispensaries and CBD shops in the USA and Canada. Standard Dose in New York, USA, by SR Projects and Tuna Architecture With New York set to legalise the product soon, Standard

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Wine and Eggs is a colourful Los Angeles grocery with a European feel

March 25, 2021 Cajsa Carlson 0
Wine and food store with cherry wood interior

Designer Adi Goodrich has created the interiors for Wine and Eggs, a neighbourhood grocery in Los Angeles’ Atwater Village, with custom-made furniture and details that nod to Parisian cafes and Italian tobacconists. Goodrich, who is one of the co-founders of LA-based creative studio Sing Sing, designed the store for owner Monica Navarro as a “monument

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Alchemy is a Toronto cannabis dispensary designed by Paolo Ferrari

March 24, 2021 India Block 0
Alchemy marijuana shop by Paolo Ferrari

Toronto designer Paolo Ferrari has created the interiors for Alchemy, a marijuana dispensary that “rejects staid cannabis clichés” with mirrored ceilings and custom-made sniff jars connected to digital display screens. Located in Downtown Toronto, the shop is the licensed flagship for Canadian-grown cannabis brand Alchemy. Ferrari designed the retail space to be an immersive and

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Pierre Brocas and Nada Oudghiri design gallery-like eyewear store informed by Memphis movement

March 11, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Interior of Eyewa store in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia by Pierre Brocas and Nada Oudghiri

Colourful display stands are meant to appear like artworks within this eyewear store in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia created by French designer Pierre Brocas and architect Nada Oudghiri. Located in the Mall of Dhahran, the 100-square-metre retail space is the first flagship store for Dubai glasses brand Eyewa. “Our wish was to move away from typical eyewear

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Aspekt Office designs bright white store with “Nordic atmosphere” for Chinese lifestyle brand

February 25, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Wooden counter and white shelving in the OCE Copenhagen store interior by Aspekt Office

The minimalist, utilitarian interior of this store in Copenhagen by local studio Aspekt Office provides a neutral backdrop for the colourful clothing and homeware that it sells. Located on Niels Hemmingens Gade where it meets the city’s pedestrian shopping street Strøget, the OCE concept store occupies a building that dates back to 1736. OCE stands

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Norm Architects bases jewellery store interior on the studios of Picasso and Matisse

January 20, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Seating area of Dulong jewellery store by Norm Architects

Norm Architects used natural materials such as oak, clay, linen and travertine to create a jewellery showroom in Copenhagen informed by modernist artists’ studios. Located on Ny Østergade in the city’s old town, the flagship store belongs to jewellery brand Dulong and features an open-plan layout broken only by a few existing cast-iron columns. Its “serene,

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Pantechnicon store in London infuses Japanese and Nordic culture

December 8, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Interiors of Pantechnicon in London

Architecture firm Farrells has overhauled a 19th-century building in London’s Belgravia neighbourhood to create a shopping and dining destination that spotlights both Japanese and Nordic craft. The Pantechnicon building was originally built in 1830 as an arts and crafts centre, before becoming a warehouse where the affluent locals of Belgravia could store their excess belongings.

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