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WHY IS THIS SHOP INTERESTING TO VIEW?

We have covered all walls around the shop with a system of very humble plywood boards mounted through the most simple and basic intersection joint we could imagine. Though, each of these simple wooden boards hide within both the lights for display as well as those for emphasizing the depth of the construction : it is indeed an extremely sophisticated fully integrated lighting system created in collaboration with Mario Nanni.

 

We have conceived this wooden board system to appear in elevation as a simple 32x32cm grid, a dimension that simply follows the standard shoe size to display on stores. Though, it is due to the different position of its vertical boards, that the system suddenly becomes a very complex and random three-dimensional construction once seen in perspective.

 

We have limited the choice materials to only two : wooden plywood boards for the walls and natural stone for the pavement. Though, the naked finish of the boards themselves and the heterogeneous surfaces of the acidized limestone slabs will fill the space with rich textures and tones.

 

This coexisting duality, between simple/basic at first sight, and complex/sophisticated when deeply observed, is what more fascinates us from Camper’s attitude towards design… and is indeed this dual attitude what we have tried to imply with our design here in this Camper shop in Monte Napoleone.

 

Words: Kengo Kuma

Via Montenapoleone 6
20121 Milano
Italy
www.camper.com
year renovation: 2014
surface: 50 m²
updated: 02/2015

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Glent, a company with 100% Spanish capital, relied on CuldeSac, one of the country’s most renowned design studios, to create a warm, elegant and masculine space that faithfully reflects the values of quality, craftsmanship and innovation, able to surprise even the most demanding buyers.

 

From its recently inaugurated flagship store in Spain, Glent represents, with its infinite possibilities for customisation and its unique buying experience, the true paradigm of 21st century luxury, while simultaneously providing significant reductions in production times and costs through the use of technology. The project has been well-received since its launch in terms of both the store’s personality and product, especially among foreign visitors, who have a longer tradition of buying custom-made shoes.

 

Through this project, CuldeSac has optimised and enhanced the profitability of a small 60-square metre space, by transforming it into the ideal setting for stylishness and custom-making, which constitute the essence of Glent Shoes – from 3D measuring of the feet, to the choice of every detail and finish of the design. The shoes produced by Glent are similarly a perfect combination of technology and craftsmanship.

 

The creative team of CuldeSac Retail has managed to convey the brand’s personality through the use of materials such as wood, leather and metal, combined with an efficient distribution which guides the customer through the different areas and moments of the purchase. At the same time, the space appears to be almost monochrome so that the shoes on display are highlighted in contrast.

 

The buying experience developed by CuldeSac allows for different routes through the store adapting to every person’s needs and time. During a first visit, the exact measurements of each foot are obtained using the store’s 3D digitiser. Once Glent’s experts have identified the most appropriate foot size and shape, the customer designs their own shoe by selecting the type of leather, sole, colour of the stitching and laces, and even whether to have their initials engraved, or a name, or message on the inside. Four weeks later, customers can collect from the store or have their pair of custom-made shoes delivered to their home. For future purchases, the initial scanning is not necessary as every customer’s foot measurements and shape are recorded in a database.

 

Words: CuldeSac

 

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Spain
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year renovation: 2014
surface: 60 m²
updated: 02/2015

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FEIT is known for its neo-luxe shoe designs crafted with sustainable techniques. Much like FEIT's selection of shoes and accessories, the space emphasizes the company’s commitment to superior quality and craftsmanship.

 

The minimalist interior of the shop features an assortment of construction materials like recycled Baltic birch, concrete, translucent panels, raw timber, and hanging leathers, lending a raw yet pristine element to the space. This interior also unites with FEIT's eco-friendly products which are handmade to reduce environmental impact. Both the interior and the stock are clean, spare, and staunchly on the neutral color spectrum. Drawing upon the abundance of natural light within the space, FEIT decorated its Manhattan flagship sparingly, using wood installations and mirrors to great effect. The attention is inherently drawn to the neo-artisanal product sitting on shelves.

 

The open layout also reveals FEIT’s showroom and repair station (separated by LED lights), which gives customers a behind-the-scenes look at the brand’s process and craft of constructing handmade footwear. For this store opening FEIT released products designed specifically for the New York market, the Wool Hiker and Arctic Hiker were built to withstand a New York winter.

 

The video shows FEITS pop-up instalation in New York last summer.

 

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TOMS has taken some of its "One for One" footwear and eyewear offline in an inviting flagship space that triples as a retail shop, cafe and creative venue.

 

The store has been masterfully decorated with a warm, rustic hand highlighting the shoes, shades and apparel while incorporating the company's philosophy. Collages of giving and travel along with fact-giving index cards adorn the walls, as do projected TOMS videos.

 

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Additionally, while the store features the full variety of TOMS footwear for men, women and kids along with TOMS' eyewear collection, it focuses on unique offerings. The community meeting hub will also host music performances, craft classes and movie screenings.

 

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The new Adidas store concept for its Originals brand (their street fashion-inspired line) is all about attracting younger shoppers.

 

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A local artist was invited to create a feature unit to display highlight products. Celebrating the city’s rich kiez culture that brings life to boroughs across the city, adidas originals spoke to creatives from all over town to create a manifesto for the city, and have this translated into works of art to continue to celebrate the minds that make Berlin an original city.

 

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surface: 300 m²
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A new concept for Camper’s larger shops, following on our concept of ‘shoes that walk freely through the air’ developed for Camper’s small-scale shops in cities like Osaka, Paris, San Francisco and Moscow. The design concept for the large shops had faced a consistent challenge: in a high-ceilinged space, to use the upper part of a space with high ceilings. Our new approach was to make white resin models of the Pelotas shoe, a Camper stalwart, then to fully decorate walls with them, adding volume to the space as well as the orderly atmosphere of a storeroom. The shoes catch light pouring through the windows to cast shadows on the walls, giving the space a three-dimensional texture. We’ve created a shop interior with two types of shoes: products and interior materials.

 

Words by Nendo

 

"We created an interior by copying and pasting a single product" - Nendo from Dezeen on Vimeo.

 

 

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Words: Architectism

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There are two employees and the space restriction had to become the image of the shop so the designers decided to use the shop image as a defining part of the shop, building 140 wooden X’s that were inserted into plywood sheets over a perforated grill that had the size of a shoebox at a 45 degree angle.

 

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Words by Architectism

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