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The Frame Store continues its initial mission as a three-dimensional experience of the magazine – a creative and innovative universe that surprises and inspires. The world of Frame shows what good design can do, and is a celebration of beauty, functionality and accessibility through timeless products. The Frame store will stage new talents, new products and new brands from various genres. Fashion, art and design sit alongside media, beauty and food. A range of homewares will also be available.

 

In addition to the recognition they receive through Frame Publishers’ events and media channels, emerging talents now have a physical space to exhibit their work. The store will premiere the creations of young Dutch lingerie designer Tisja Damen and present products by Lex Pott. Alongside work by up-and-comers, the Frame store offers merchandise by more established names and brands. These ‘essentials’ – from the likes of John Smedley, Mismo, Flos and Artek – form the basis of the store.

 

The interior of the canal-side store is just as inspiring as its innovative products. The Frame Store offers a sensory experience through spatial installations, diverse product ranges and undiscovered brands. The space will host a range of events – from exhibition launches to inspiring lectures. No Frame shop would be complete without books and magazines from Frame Publishers’ own collection. The project can be seen as a mini department store, embracing all the creative disciplines that the publishing house covers.

 

Words: Frame

 

Herengracht 178
1016 BR Amsterdam
Netherlands
www.frameweb.com/fra...
year renovation: 2014
surface: 200 m²
updated: 12/2014

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The Inconvenience Store is a hybrid retail space and art project that features a week-long residency according to an own interpretation of an “inconvenience store.”

 

The store sells goods like a Pint of Patience and a 30-Hour Day, hoping to create a memorable experience for visitors and have at least one item that can be purchased with some form of currency.

 

The project is part of Gap Filler’s mission to activate vacant sites with creative projects for the community. The project also aims to fight against the conformity that convenience breeds, especially with the growing suburban shopping mall culture that is so focused on making everything convenient.

 

Gap Filler describes The Inconvenience Store as something that “might fulfill a genuine central city need; raise a critical voice; be absurd, silly, enjoyable; lead to new ideas for the central city; be a ‘real’ store, or an art project, or a performance piece, or pretty much anything that responds to this terrain.”

 

Visitors can already look forward to unique stores such as the two-hour shop or a shop where customers must spend two hours to make a purchase, a shop selling only orange products, a store that trades for abstract concepts, and more.

113 Worcester Street
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www.gapfiller.org.nz
year renovation: 2014
surface: 60 m²
updated: 04/2014

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The neighborhood of Aoyameisin Tokyo has a great paper resource. This shop is employing the old style of shopping that was prevalent in Tokyo 50 years ago: wonderful service and nothing on display. The shop is designed to be as minimal and neutral as possible so as not to distract from the papers, which are stored in those discreet drawer units. It has 4000 paper samples and a large collection of hand made papers.

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Ministry of Design continues its exploration of retail and exhibition design with the unique Durasafe store - the flagship retail environment for Singapore's leading supplier of premium safety gear and equipment.

 

Durasafe, extending its reach beyond the "business to business" model to include a consumer based store, approached Ministry of Design to create a retail environment that would reinforce its existing strong brand presence as well as provide an exciting shopping environment for its predominantly male customer base. Situated in a 6m high modern warehouse space, MOD's design for the Durasafe store is a multi-layered spatial experience that dramatizes the entire process of shopping.

 

The entire facade of the store serves as a backdrop for an over-sized Durasafe logo and dominates one's first visual impression. Passing through this strongly coloured backdrop, one walks into a completely different space, an entirely black environment which allows the multi-coloured safety products on display to visually pop and take a place of prominence.

 

The space comprises a double storey display scaffold-like structure surrounding a feature display area and retail lounge. Inspired by the industrial environments and construction sites where Durasafe's products are most commonly employed, the 'scaffold' allows the products to be clearly displayed in distinctive categories - these are further called out with custom designed graphic logos in light boxes. The 'scaffold' also exploits the high ceiling space and introduces a sense of adventure and exploration into the shopping experience. This "industrial chic" atmosphere is further enhanced by changing rooms adorned by actual water tight bulkhead doors, a display table made from a 6 m long customized floor trolley and yellow graphic boxes embedded in the floor calling the different zones.

 

Words: Ministy of Design

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417943 Singapore
Singapore
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year renovation: 2012
surface: 175 m²
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The Type Hype store and design label in Berlin is a tribute to typography.

 

They offer a collection of premium design products applied to numbers and the letters of the alphabet, made for all those humans who are in love with high quality prints in their digital life.

 

The brand offers an elegant range of design products in four different lines from Paperware, Home Collection, to Accessories and Fine Food, all available with letters and numbers. The 2000 available products like individual notebooks or leisurely pillows, fine tableware or special food products, unique gift sets can be combined by the online configurator.

 

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One also can stop by just for a coffee or a visit at the milk bar, a testament to the workers in the old factories who drank litres of the stuff to counteract the poisonous chemicals.

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typehype.com
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This tire service center aims to be more than the average service center, besides the state-of-the art equipment they go one step further.

 

All services and the welcome were optimized. For example, all appointments are booked through an app and the customer can also request additional services such as washing, checking brakes and battery.

 

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Merk-waardig represents products with a story. This store focuses on 'recupdesign' for lovers of sustainable materials, recycling and design. Handbags from fire hoses or jewels from matchboxes, trash design is the trend and will continue to gain importance in the future. The store wishes to offer an innovative range on a permanent basis. Hence the webshop as a full expansion of their range in addition to the physical store. Merk-waardig wants to inspire people and make them conscious about design and sustainability. Also open to young talent, inspiration and creativity one organizes workshops where local talent gets a forum, and where ideas can be exchanged.

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