Retail

Tesla Motors opened it’s flagship location in Santa Monica in 2008. The Los Angeles location is housed in a pair of upcycled buildings, where the architect created an efficient, gallery-like setting for showing and servicing the cars.
This modern mercantile dry cleaning company in Brentwood, California stays enticingly minimalistic with it's clean lines. Mirroring its aesthetic of the owner's fresh and environmentally friendly consciousness, it amounts to a truly clean and one-of-a-kind business.
At JayZ's Rocawear pop up shop a luxe lounge with the focus being this large sofa covered in rich mohair with a backdrop of a smoked mirror screen that conceals dressing rooms beyond.
Talk about branding and design being interwoven: This Brentwood, Ca. environmentally friendly dry-cleaning business has a look that is truly clean and one-of-a-kind.  One with enticingly minimalistic clean lines, mirroring its aesthetic of the owner's fresh approach.
Custom made travel trunks are covered in printed leather with the Rocawear logo. Furnishings reference a modern and sophisticated palate of forms and materials at a Rocawear mobile pop up store in Los Angeles.
The facade of the Tiffany store in Shanghai. The two level stores was designed by one of the most significant architects/designers in the USA, with a firm based in New York.
Interior of zebra wood and rich leathers captures the masculine, sophisticated and modern aesthetic that reflects Jay Z’s personal style, in the Rocawear mobile pop up store in Los Angeles.
A  New York City showroom for a high end fashion designer uses black and white to accent the designer's work. Windows are covered with  woven black shades  and all wood work has been stained white.
Ferrari Factory Store is located at McArthur Glen Outlet in Serravalle, near Milan, Italy. For the first time in the history of Ferrari Stores an entire building has been designed to accommodate the store. The building is positioned so that it's one of the first structures visible from the main parking area and access roads; for this reason it was designed with an exterior that immediately identifies it as the brand - - 'Ferrari'!<br />
<br />
<br />
In a fashion showroom, a custom metallic covered ottoman offers modern seating.
The waiting area for a fashion designer's showroom features  images of his latest work, displayed on a white acrylic box.
A Ralph Lauren store done by a New York based designer.
The dramatic stair way faces the street, becoming an important element in the facade,  in New York City. This chic and elegant store was done for the brand Blanc de Chine, by a New York based design and architecture firm.
A  New York City showroom for a high end fashion designer uses black and white to accent the designer's work. Windows are covered with woven black shades and all wood work has been stained white.
The graphic and compelling stairwell detail adds elegance to the Blanc de Chine Manhattan store.
For a simple, yet casually elegant eye glass shop in New York City, custom made display cases were  inspired by mid-century modern look. The floor is white Carrera marble. The back wall becomes an interesting graphic element at the same time is is the display for glasses. It's made of glass, which has been backlit and has burnished bronze trim.
A translucent and textured glass wall with vertical bands of patinaed bronze, is a striking design element in the Shanghai Tiffany & Co. store. Here,   the horizontal band contains glass vitrines, for displaying their elegant product.
Here in the Robert Marc eye glass shop a chandelier made of clustered, seeded glass globes, is a strong design element. The cabinetry consists of clean-lined walnut stained drawers, to contrast with the bright back lit wall display.
An eight-foot crystal chandelier was designed to hang in the stairwell space in the Shanghai Tiffany store.
For a Tiffany store in Shanghai gold shimmering tones were used to underscore the sense of luxury of the brand's long tradition. Here, a wall that appears like a screen, uses the tradition of eglomise- -reverse painting on glass, in gold leaf to create a pattern.<br />
Robert Marc, an elegant eyeglass shop in New York City.
Ferrari red is the cohesive design element along with curvilinear lines for displays, in the Ferrari shops worldwide, designed by an Italian architect.
Perfection & elegance at Blanc de Chine, a fine example of how architecture and interior design supports, and enhances, the brand.
A mid-century inspired white sofa sits at the front of the Robert Marc eye glass shop, with it's elegant clean lines, and an approach to product display that is graphic and artistically done.
Superga the rubber shoe brand made in Italy. Here the Milan store, using very industrial materials for the design, suits the product and enhances the branding.
A dramatic stairwell in a luxury car dealership in Miami. The walls are clad in elegant mosaic tile.
An Italian post office in Rome used soothing colors and unexpected curving shapes to make the experience a pleasant one for the patrons.
Elegant jewelry needs an elegant setting. For the Faraone shop in Milan,  the lighting, display cases,  and every element was designed with great care to assure that the concept of quality was present for the customers experience in the space. Interiors were created with traditional materials, including refined finishing, different woods with gray hues, amber-colored glass, brass and bronze-plated metals and soft nappa leather for the chairs. The area is enclosed with panels of “boiserie” in molded wood setting the tone for the space. The squared lines of the crystal display cases meet and intersect, offering innovative plays of light and overlapping elements.
Kiko Cosmetics is a significant European brand, with 600 hundred stores. Here, our architect uses interestingly shaped display cases, and soft feminine colors, as always to enhance the brand identity, as well as make the consumer feel good during the shopping experience.
A Superga store in Italy, lighting and materials used were chosen to give the shoe a place to be distinctive from ordinary shoe stores. The shoe is different- therefore the space needs to standout as well.
Ferrari red is the cohesive design element along with curvilinear lines for displays, in the Ferrari shops worldwide, designed by an Italian architect.
The Kiko Cosmetics brand in Europe, with 600 stores, uses make-up like colors, and display cases that make the product accessible.
At a Godiva store on 5th Avenue in New York, custom shelves are suspended from the ceiling and washed with light behind to highlight this merchandising area for grab and go items. In the background is a featured area for seasonal items with LED lights that can be custom colored in an instant.
Back painted glass, mica coated wall coverings and an internally lit glass column surrounded by floating pearls create a surprising and elegant interior at  Mikimoto, in Hong Kong.
Individual pods are create for testing out the mattresses. Surrounded by sheer fabrics, soft music and lighting, the customer may lie down and indulge in a TempurPedic experience.
Individual pods are create for testing out the mattresses in a TempurPedic store.  Surrounded by sheer fabrics, soft music and lighting, the customer may lie down and indulge in a TempurPedic experience.
For Mikimoto the luxury retail experience was redefined. The heritage of this Japanese brand was brought to life by an immersive watery environment that is brought to life by a rich mix of materials.

Retail Design For Los Angeles

Sometimes the best thing about going shopping is seeing a fabulous new space that stops you in your tracks. These are evident in Los Angeles.  That’s what smart branding and innovative design can do together.  If you want your  brand matched with distinctive design and/or architecture, let Designer Previews show you the work of the best, most versatile retail designers.  Your choice will range from young designers and architects who are the cutting edge to established veterans who have designed  stores for  iconic, world famous brands.

Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Visit Us on Pinterest Visit Us on Instagram We are Linked In