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OMA’s new retail display concept for Coach

OMA’s new retail display concept for Coach

The American retailer has enlisted OMA’s New York office to reimagine the brand’s merchandising system, now that its leather goods and accessory collections are expanding.

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August 13, 2012

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Camper store in Osaka by Nendo

Camper store in Osaka by Nendo

The simple joy of walking was Oki Sato’s inspiration behind the design of his first Camper boutique.

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June 29, 2012

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Alessi’s New York redux

Alessi’s New York redux

Asymptote Architecture’s Hani Rashid recently refreshed his original concept for the Soho flagship of the Italian home accessories manufacturer. The renewed space accomodates more of the brand’s fanciful and functional works, without the clutter.

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June 21, 2012

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Tord Boontje sets up shop

Tord Boontje sets up shop

In London’s Shoreditch neighbourhood, the Dutch designer has opened a retail space carrying his entire body of work, including pieces for Moroso, Swarovski and Artecnica, as well as one-offs exclusive to the shop.

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May 16, 2012

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Patkau Architects for Comme des Garcons

Patkau Architects for Comme des Garcons

For a new retail space inside the Dover Street Market Ginza in Tokyo, Rei Kawakubo – the creative force behind Comme des Garcons – asked the Vancouver firm to reinterpret its Winnipeg Skating Shelters, a temporary installation on the Red and the Assiniboine Rivers.

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May 15, 2012

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A brilliant interior for a yogourt shop

A brilliant interior for a yogourt shop

Emmanuelle Moureaux unleashes her vibrant palette on a new Bluberi location in Stonebridge, Virginia.

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April 24, 2012

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Flexform takes Manhattan

Flexform takes Manhattan

The Italian furniture manufacturer opens its first street-level flagship in New York.

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March 12, 2012

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Kengo Kuma does Starbucks

Kengo Kuma does Starbucks

The Tokyo-based architect makes a dramatic hub for the coffee giant, located near the entrance of Dazaifu Tenmangu, a major shrine in Japan that dates back to 919 A.D.

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March 9, 2012

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What’s On: Foreclosed at the MoMA

What’s On: Foreclosed at the MoMA

At New York’s MoMA, five firms reimagine the American Dream after the economic crisis of 2008 that led to massive housing foreclosures. The results are receiving mixed reviews.

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February 27, 2012

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Seattle’s coolest design store

Seattle’s coolest design store

After years of photographing design talents in his hometown of Seattle, Charlie Schuck has opened Object, a well-appointed shop showcasing local objets de design and imports from Japan and Scandinavia.

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February 17, 2012

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