AD Round Up: Retail Part III

AD Round Up: Retail Part III

Have yuo ever enter a store because of it’s design and not for what they sell? Probably yes. So to honor that great retail designs, here’s our third selection of previously featured Retail projects. Check them all after the break.

H&M Store in Barcelona / Estudio Mariscal A design project aimed at creating excitement among the customers that go into the shop. Excitement at buying clothes and also to be shopping in a pleasant, comfortable, unique place. To make sure that the area is the setting for a pleasant, fun-filled experience. Second objective: that the clothes should find their own place, that the distribution of the shop should order the exhibition of the clothes and the routes (read more…)

Ekris Showroom / ONL Seen from the A2 highway near Leidsche Rijn behind the Acoustic Barrier and the Hessing Cockpit , but seen from the commercial area itself placed in front of the Cockpit building, ONL builds 2 mirror-copied buildings for BMW dealer Ekris. The 2 volumes together form a coherent image which refers to the 2 BMW grilles with slightly tilted bars (read more…)

Armani Fifth Ave. / Massimiliano & Doriana Fuksas After Hong Kong Chater House and Tokyo Ginza Tower, Fifth Avenue completes the trilogy of the Armani Stores designed by Doriana e Massimiliano Fuksas for the famous designer. Situated in the centre of New York, in one of the street more known, the project takes up the first three floors of two buildings localized between the 5th Avenue and the 56th Street (read more…)

Retail Park “B-Park” / BURO II By order of NV Codic, BURO II built a new shopping centre north of Bruges. Some fifteen retail chains are located there. This retail park is situated on an axis that runs straight onto the de Blankenbergsesteenweg, which clearly defines two zones: the developed zone that sits shoulder to shoulder with the industrial zone and the open space of the parking lot that is the transition into the green landscape of the ‘De Blauwe Toren’ crematorium (read more…)

Mercado Design / Tao Arquitetura A neighborhood in constant changes where buildings are adapting their destination to commerce and service, this building shows a typology/language trough it’s volumetric and weightlessness, and harmony with its re qualified urbanism environment. The Mercado Design’s project is born from de knowledge of the building following some concepts: a single building with slightness and permeability that provokes surprise, interest in that it can be revealed (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Retail Part III" 25 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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