Interior – Tokyo – Godiva Chocoiste by Wonderwall

August 16, 2011 § Leave a comment

We’ve been taking a look back to 2009 for this inspiration interior. This was the design for Godiva’s concept flagship store. Godiva’s idea was “treat thyself”. Wonderwall’s intention was to add a breath of fresh air to the more traditional image Godiva instill.
 The shop features humorous design details such as the “melting chocolate” ceiling combined with the primarily classical interior design. This is a very bold texture must create a massive visual impact on all visitors. Take a look…


Interior – Wildfox Atelier LA – By Pop Store Commercial

August 5, 2011 § Leave a comment

With a sigh of  relief, we can finally reveal our little secret project. We have been commissioned to design and fit-out the Wildfox Studio in LA!

We thought we’d share with you our preview night, showcasing concepts and fixtures we have designed for the ‘Wildfox Atelier’ in Downtown LA. After 3 months of hard graft, our work on the Wildfox Studio project has finally started to blossom. With hand crafted furniture fit for a sumptuous French boudoir and modern twists in every corner, we can now visualize the destination of our design intentions. This is just a sneak peak of how things are coming together. We will keep you updated on our progress…

Interior – Commes Des Garçons – Good Design Shop

August 4, 2011 § Leave a comment

Comme Des Garçons – Good Design Shop, Shibuya-Ku 
Tokyo, Japan

With a penchant for bringing artisans and designers together, Kenmei Nagaoka’s D&DEPARTMENT PROJECT  have come up with this GOOD DESIGN SHOP. Nagaoka’s curation approach is almost gallery-like, transforming a rather cluttered visage into something very palpable for all.

With a look of a of a surplus store, we love the density of the merchandising, while everything still remains shopable and visible. The store is located in Japan and we hope they translate the same concept and bring it over here!

Pop Store News – Retail Week Interior Awards Finalists 2011

July 25, 2011 § 1 Comment

We don’t wish to brag, but we have indeed made it to the shortlist for the Retail Week Interior Awards 2011!! SCORE!

See the shortlist here:


Window Design – Christian Louboutin – Catterpillar

July 13, 2011 § 1 Comment

Christian Louboutin launches its latest dynamic window exhibit in the London Flagship store, located on Mount Street in the heart of Mayfair. The wonderful designers ‘Studio XAG’ were briefed by Christian Louboutin to create a summer garden featuring a giant catterpillar. We just love the results below, we recommend you go down and see it in the ‘flesh’ at the London Mount St boutique.

The above creation is a light-hearted tableau, featuring a stylised summer garden against the backdrop of a perfect azure sky and cotton wool clouds. With the central installation, the Caterpillar ‘just hanging out’ with myriad legs that have been replaced with those of a shapely woman. This magic display put a smile on our faces at Pop Store HQ, we love to see designers thinking beyond constraints. Thoughts are welcome…

Interior – Pop Store – Top Secret Project

July 11, 2011 § Leave a comment

We thought we would give you a sneak peek of a project we are working on with some familiar friends in LA. All very hush hush, but we will keep you updated. Here are some workings in progress for the interior of the secret location…

These unfinished pieces have taken inspiration from French furniture from Louis The 14th and 16th periods.  Turned wooden white washed posts hold the metal rail for clothing.

All of these pieces are based on French antiques, with a nod to the modern day. We will be using current print methods and fabrics to update these beautiful pieces.

Pop Up Shop – Revisited – Dezeen Watch Shop

June 30, 2011 § Leave a comment

Location: 55 Neal Street, Seven Dials, Covent Garden

Date: Now until 10July 2011

We decided to go back and take a sneaky peak at the Dezeen Watch Pop Up we announced earlier this year.

We love the industrial texture these collapsible dog cages bring to the space.The cages contain light boxes and are stacked architecturally in voids built for the store’s previous incarnation as a beauty products shop.

The bulbs won the Brit Insurance Design of the Year Award this year are also for sale.  These dynamic little shape bulbs were inspired by feathers (hence Plumen – clever, huh?)

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