Projects

Project: Chanel, Brompton Cross

Design: Peter Marino
Opening date: October 2018
Store size: 750 sq m

French luxury fashion house Chanel has opened a new three-storey boutique on the corner of Draycott Avenue and Walton Street in London's trendy Brompton Cross. Designed by the brand's architect of choice, Peter Marino, the 750 sq m light-flooded space showcases Karl Lagerfeld's creations, including ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes, costume jewellery, eyewear and a selection of watches and fine jewellery.

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Project: Moschino, Paris

Design: Fabio Ferrillo
Opening date: September 2018
Store size: 270 sq m

Moschino has opened a new flagship store in the heart of Paris on rue Saint-Honoré. Creative director Jeremy Scott wanted to transform the late 18th Century building in pierre de Paris into an exhibit-like space inspired by modern art galleries. The new store concept, which was conceived and curated by architect Fabio Ferrillo in respect of the original essence of the interior, spans 270 sq m divided on two levels between the ground and first floors, which are visually connected through a two-story space and imposing curved staircase that becomes the focus of the architectural perspective.

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Project: Next, Oxford Street

Design: Dalziel & Pow
Opening date: September 2018
Store size: 3,695 sq m

Next has opened the doors to its new store at 120 Oxford Street, following the reconfiguration of the former Plaza Shopping Centre undertaken by Colman Architects. The new concept and experience invites customers to be ‘in the moment’ with Next and each visit becomes an occasion. Focused on community and inspiration, it sets out a strategy to captivate existing customers as well as engage new audiences. The store also establishes new brand partnerships, commercial opportunities and an innovative way of thinking about retail-leisure formats.

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Project: Mulberry, Regent Street

Design: Johnny Coca & Faye Toogood
Opening date: September 2018
Store size: 278 sq m

Looking to collectively redefine the shopping experience, Mulberry creative director, Johnny Coca and interior designer Faye Toogood have developed a fresh, contemporary interior for the leather goods brand that reads more like a welcoming home than a traditional retail environment. The new retail concept was unveiled earlier this month (September 2018) at the new Regent Street store ahead of a global rollout.

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