Michael Neumann Architecture’s missive for Tommy Bahama’s flagship boutique in New York was to go beyond the average retail project to create an entire experience—we caught it on video.
See a video walk-through of the shop, Marlin bar and restaurant with principal Michael Neumann himself here.
Adidas wins big at a sky-high Shanghai headquarters by PDM International. Vinyl lettering proclaims ad slogans in a conference room. Photography by Hans Schlupp.
See more of the strict black-and-white palette here.
Black accents at Karl Lagerfeld, Paris, include solid-surfacing walls and Franco Albini chairs. Interiors by Plajer & Franz Studio. Photography: Michel Figuet/
More photos of interiors for Lagerfeld and others here.
Teresita Fernández’s installation of pyrite and mirror-polished anodized aluminum hovers above fine jewelry at Maison Louis Vuitton in Shanghai.
Tour Louis Vuitton’s epic store in Shanghai here.
Grandma’s attic goes surreal with pendant fixtures fashioned from vintage petticoats and bicycle wheels at Antonio Marras, occupying a former auto-repair shop in Milan. Photography by Bamberghi/Photofoyer.
Go here for a global tour of luxe retail design.
Giant wasps, in fiberglass and on wallpaper, are among the installations by Michael Howells at Tokyo’s Dover Street Market. Photo by Jimmy Cohrssen.
See more top retail projects around the globe here.
The rounded forms of Enzo Berti chairs contrast with the angularity of steel stair balustrades at Jack Vartanian, a jewelry boutique in São Paulo, Brazil, by Triptyque Architecture. Photography: Leonardo Finotti.
Go here to see a dozen shops celebrating design around the globe.
In the VIP lounge at Lanvin’s New York men’s store by MR Architecture + Décor, Alexa Hampton chairs and a banquette upholstered in silk velvet flank tables by Arik Levy. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Tour Lanvin’s first U.S. standalone men’s store here.
For the dining room of this Paris apartment, RF Studio custom-designed a table with a lacquered top and chairs in natural-finished sandblasted oak. Photography by Eric Laignel.
See more of the apartment’s startling interiors here.
A wall-sized pastiche by Rachel Laxer Interiors features an 18th-century fête galante, a tree-trunk table base and stools in hand-hammered copper, and real moss. Combined, they transported guests to the Mad Hatter’s tea party at DIFFA’s Dining by Design, New York. Photography by Garrett Rowland.
See more of the event’s dining vignettes here.