Archive for the ‘electronics’ category

Sony PlayStation lounge by studio IMA, Seoul – South Korea

July 13th, 2017

The inside induces the natural flow from the left to right by tilting the wall at the edge and by specifying the spatial characteristic by comparting the place for the game title display and its demonstration and the place for cafeteria at the same time.

Samsung Bungee Experience by hartmannvonsiebenthal, Frankfurt – Germany

June 17th, 2017

With Samsung’s VR system, which combines the functions of the latest Galaxy smartphone and a Gear VR headset, they can experience an exhilarating virtual bungee jump that incorporates an actual, real leap.

LeEco Experience Showroom by CallisonRTKL, Beijing – China

May 29th, 2017

The showroom’s simple, bright white atmosphere pushes the products and content to the foreground, letting them be the hero of the space. The design team created a minimalist space with a stark white palette to keep the design from overwhelming the products and content. Gloss white acrylic panels adorn the walls and wood fixtures, while light gray floor tiles and perforated metal ceiling panels in muted silver add a slight contrast in color.

Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Palo Alto – California

May 8th, 2017

As one moves from the front room to the back, the atmosphere changes to a feeling of enclosure. The ceiling gives way to a tremendous glass roof, sunlight plays along the floor, and the sounds of customer activity quiets down. Dedicated to service, training and accessory retail display, the sense of privacy supports the company’s ambition for a place of gathering and learning.

Electromart store by Dooyang Architecture, Hanam, Jukjeon and Ilsan – South Korea

May 4th, 2017

Electromart is an entertaining playground with touchpoints such as a video arcade, an indoor baseball-batting cage, and a bar, which are intuitively placed to serve as a buffer in between shopping, extending the length of customer journeys.

6P6 technolory store by Golden Ratio Collective Architecture, Athens – Greece

March 14th, 2017

The two shops, a ground floor and first floor, now become a single space module with individual subsections: mobile devices and their accessories on the ground floor, gaming and gadgets on the first floor. The ground floor hosts exhibition of products, while the first floor creates a comfortable and familiar space for gaming testing.

Sony PlayStation shop by studio IMA, Seoul – South Korea

January 9th, 2017

For expressing the floating space, we decided to increase the flooring queries white and reflection values (gloss) more than before so that the ceiling circular illumination is better projected.

Apple Regent Street store by Foster + Partners, London – UK

October 24th, 2016

The walls and staircases are made from sandblasted stone, while the balustrade – seemingly carved in to the wall – has a smooth, curved, and honed finish that is pleasant to touch.

Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, New York City

October 17th, 2016

Joints between light boxes that span across the ceilings follow the white steel beams. The signature chunky oak wood tables below are also oriented to echo these lines. Features include a large 6K video screen for product demos and entertainment, and cube seats that can be moved around during workshops and presentations.

WeFix store by Whaam Concepts, Cape Town – South Africa

September 23rd, 2016

The combination of natural raw materials and high quality, well finished surfaces, along with the introduction of living plants into the space, brought a sense of warmth to the traditionally stark and artificial feel of tech based industry.

ZORA27 store by cityscape architects, Plovdiv – Bulgaria

August 10th, 2016

Each zone gently flows into the next without interruption yet a subtle feeling of movement and direction dominates. The central zone contrasts the rest not only in colour but also in surface finishes and light. Backlit panels pinpoint promotional areas.

Disha electrical and lighting store by Studio Ardete, Chandigarh – India

August 7th, 2016

Each fixture is given a place of importance, treated as a piece of art in an exhibition and appreciated as such. Hanging fibre optic cables with dynamic lighting extend over the entire ceiling exuding sophistication.

Sony PlayStation store by studio IMA, Sejong – South Korea

July 23rd, 2016

The blue light on the wall and the blue ring on ceiling represent identity of the brand well. The blue light breaks the monotony of the wall and connects the space.

Sonos flagship store by Partners & Spade, New York City

July 17th, 2016

Each of the rooms has been acoustically designed to replicate a great home listening environment and allow the nifty Sonos electronics to sell themselves.

Dyson Demo store by Wilkinson Eyre & Dyson, London – UK

July 14th, 2016

The products are displayed across two floors linked by a glowing backlit white glass stair. The upper floor is set back to provide a double-height entrance space, while the mezzanine incorporates a glazed balustrade balanced on a sharp chamfered soffit — allowing visual connections from the first floor across to Oxford street and Selfridges.

Samsung store by Umdasch Shopfitting, Paris – France

June 1st, 2016

Thus the store concept was really exciting; there were some challenges, too: We had to spend time working on the best solution in order to respect both, a perfect circulation in the store and the French regulations.

iStudio United Center by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

May 20th, 2016

In addition to the large Apple product demonstration area located on a glass enclosed bridge situated three stories above the building’s entrance lobby, there is a completely separate, large and daylight filled accessory area.

Power Buy store by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

April 20th, 2016

A consumer centric approach, magnifying opportunities for customer product/staff engagement across product categories wrapped in a warmer, lifestyle-oriented interior design.

DotLife store by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

April 8th, 2016

The image of the store is boldly simple, featuring a dramatic patterned lighting system, and bleached wood cabinets surrounded by a happy spring green perimeter wall.

Wakaka temporary store by Penda, Tianjin – China

April 8th, 2016

The boxes form a modular arrangement, designed to represent digital pixels. The units have been coupled together to form a continuous landscape that spans the length of the store.