By leveraging a street-front locale, chic design, and multiple small, hip shops, this 11,000-square-foot venture is returning to retail's roots in bazaars and marketplaces.
Custom-blended dark teal walls and tubular motifs repeated throughout Milla Chocolates incorporate the boutique founders' love of Swedish design and 1920s Bauhaus styling.
The Detective Building, which hosts a Schoolhouse Electric store, co-working space, and coffee shop, will help fund improvements to the fast-developing East Liberty neighborhood.
The Manhattan flagship, the first of its kind in the United States, is not only a shrine to sportswear but an homage to Nike’s unique design process—past and future.
Dubbed Coal Drops Yard, the project required adapting industrial buildings—intended for trains, horses, and carts—for people. The design team employed outdoor stairs, elevators, and walkways throughout the site's three levels.
The temporary store for the cult Stockholm-based furniture e-tailer, located in a warehouse in Downtown L.A., showcases a mix of staple pieces and new offerings.
The dramatic, geometric store, located in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood, is a prototype for the makeup brand's future brick-and-mortar stores in the U.S.
Thanks to its diverse programming, the new store is as much a much a cultural venue as it is a commercial space.
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A new residential-focused Knoll store, designed by Johnston Marklee, looks forward while taking cues from the furniture manufacturer’s vibrant past.
The Toronto firm, headed by Meg Graham, designed two stores for the skincare brand in Canada and Hawaii with the goal of connecting customers to their natural surroundings.
The e-tailer's first brick-and-mortar store, designed by New York firm Leong Long, embraces its ethos of "radical transparency."
With a book examining his six-year collaboration with Design Within Reach, DFA founder Laith Sayigh talks about building a narrative through design and keeping a local perspective.
The company's new flagship has plenty of civic ambitions, but doesn't quite live up to them.
The New York–based company just opened its first Soho pop-up store, which will stay open through January.
Duccio Grassi Architects installed a rich palette of oak, brass, iron, and grey pearl marble, into the 5,000-square-foot boutique.
With the shuttering of the Domenico Vacca Fifth Avenue flagship, the fate of its historically significant Postmodern facade hangs in the balance.
The seven ways Rockwell Group finds creative success.