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Eco Friendly Fashion Store Interior – Nanushka Beta Store

February 16, 2012 By: Momoy Category: Design Gallery

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The innovative Nanushka Beta Store building which is located in the center of Budapest is a very well eco-friendly fashion trading spot. The idea of eco-friendly retail space is along the lines of Nanushka’s most important values, on the contrary with any other conventional urban building designs.

Vacancy advertising was posted in a number of design schools. After that, it was Sandra Sandor, a young Hungarian fashion designer, who in particular selected some excited and passionate graduates to join up the team. The selection process brings Daniel Balo, Zsofia Dobos, Dora Medveczky, Judit Emese Konopas and Noemi Varga the selected architecture students. They came from different universities and different classes. In this project, they had to work together for the first time. Moreover, the team had only three weeks to complete the mission.

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Unique Fashion Store Interior Concept – Darkroom, London

March 03, 2011 By: Momoy Category: Design Gallery

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As the name implies, the fitting back ground color is black adorned with many accents that sometimes form a fine juxtaposition. Before we go on, this a short view of what dark room is all about; being a new concept on Lamb’s Conduit Street, London WC1 it contains several concepts ; the crossover between fashion and interiors and with it the juxtaposition of materials, scale and form. Oversize plaited quilted scarves resemble eiderdowns whilst jewelery made from chunky rope evoke Sculptural furnishings. Alongside this, leather accessories take strong influences from saddlery, and oversize trims such as heavy fringing and chains feature strongly. Our interior accessories explore the diverse materials, textures and production techniques of clothing or jewelery. Boundaries between art and design are questioned by functional pieces that also hold sculptural qualities such as a necklace that may be worn traditionally or hung on the wall as an object d’art.

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Japanese Fashion Store Interior by Tokujin Yoshioka

December 30, 2010 By: Momoy Category: Design Gallery

Japanese fashion store interior

’132 5. issey miyake’ is the newest label from Japanese fashion designer issey miyake. Japanese designer tokujin yoshioka has has captured the idea of ‘regeneration and recreation’ for the first store of 132 5. issey miyake which was drawn from his previous ‘a piece of cloth’ project. It is special that the mode of display is five transparent torsos hung from the ceiling and each one is completed with computer graphic images displaying the garment construction process shown on iPads installed throughout the store. Another appeal is the ease of visual access almos every angles, thus enabling instant recognition.

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Luxury Fashion Store Interior by Patrick Norguet

September 18, 2010 By: Momoy Category: Design Gallery

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The basic concept of this new store of Marithé+François Girbaud was the connection between the historical shop at Etienne Marcel (open in 1985) and the former Vespa store-workshop in rue Montmartre that was acquired in 2008. The idea of connecting these two spaces originate from a certain notion of destruction without becoming trash that was part of the brand’s bold creativity, as the architect puts it, “Therefore, we find charred, black wood that is almost burned to ashes, leaving very little of the original material as well as natural wood that lends credibility to the “luxury work garment”. Design Patrick Norguet

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Modern Fashion Store Interior Design by Stephan Jaklitsch Architects

May 19, 2010 By: Momoy Category: Design Gallery

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Marc by Marc Jacobs designed by Stephan Jaklitsch Architects is the new store and café that is located in a building adjacent to Santa Maria del Carmine – a 15th century church built for the first duke of Milan. The design aims to provide nice blending of the functions and comforts of both the store and café by freeing access from the sales floor to the nearby bar area. The changes applied to the previously divided storefronts include removal of all existing interior partitions resulting in one large, open floor. For better visibility into the store, new frameless windows are installed on eight of the building’s twelve bays. The new windows also serve to account for the existing façade into the new design. New steel framed glass doors were installed on the remaining four bays for the main entrance of the store to the west and for a larger café entrance to the east. Marc Jacobs website.

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