SOUL Store   A+D has created a new concept for the chain of stores SOUL (brands: CAT, Converse, Merrell etc.) The studio used real wood on the floor, raw corrugated steel on the walls and ordinary concrete blocks as exposition furniture. Steel, blocks, wood – used with virtually no processing – everything can be reused.  More photos or get in touch with Architecture Studio: http://www.coloredhomes.com/2014/03/18/soul-store/

SOUL concept shoe store by A D design Warsaw 01 SOUL concept shoe store by A+D design, Warsaw

A+D has developed a new concept for the chain stores SHOES.RU – the network will be developed in Russia. They had to create a concept for a number of stores offering products worldwide (mostly Italian) brands, exclusive, trendy, colorful and “fresh”. Task was difficult because every model is original and has a strong design (colors, shapes).  More photos or get in touch with Architecture Studio: http://www.coloredhomes.com/2014/03/17/shoes-ru-store/

A+D has developed a new concept for the chain stores SHOES.RU – the network will be developed in Russia. They had to create a concept for a number of stores offering products worldwide (mostly Italian) brands, exclusive, trendy, colorful and “fresh”. Task was difficult because every model is original and has a strong design (colors, shapes). More photos or get in touch with Architecture Studio: http://www.coloredhomes.com/2014/03/17/shoes-ru-store/

Menbur Store   Stores were carrying around 100 pairs of shoes completed with bags. All set of shoes and a bag have its own style and should be exposed in the way that allows comfort of watching, touching and trying without creating a mass or overloaded effect. The concept should be easy to implement on small size stores.  More photos or get in touch with Architecture Studio: http://www.coloredhomes.com/2014/03/17/menbur-store/

Menbur Store Stores were carrying around 100 pairs of shoes completed with bags. All set of shoes and a bag have its own style and should be exposed in the way that allows comfort of watching, touching and trying without creating a mass or overloaded effect. The concept should be easy to implement on small size stores. More photos or get in touch with Architecture Studio: http://www.coloredhomes.com/2014/03/17/menbur-store/

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