Lukstudio created a playful pavilion of colour and light as a pop-up store for eye wear brand Mujosh.
Taking cues from design elements of the brand’s range of sunglasses the pavilion combined retail space with an interactive ‘experience chamber’ inviting guests to play with shifting patterns of coloured light and shadow.
The basic rectilinear structure of white scaffolding supports a flat roof sheltering the interior and is intersected by three translucent prisms. Lit from within, these glow at night drawing in passersby.
location: Jing An, Shanghai
net area: 100 sqm
scope: architecture, interior, installation
project period: June – July 2016
team: Christina Luk, Yiye Lin, Alba Beroiz Blazquez, Ray Ou, Leo Wang, Celia Mahon-Heap, Cai Jin Hong, Marcello Chiado Rana
lighting consultant: Studio Illumine
3D visualization: Milos Zivkovic
general contractor: Centroid Construction
video: Vision Rouge Shanghai
special thanks to Marta Calamai
Store Design: FREITAG
Project Execution: IIA Atelier (It Is Archtitecture Tokyo)
Design: Desfa Group Inc.
Desfa’s design for the interior and facade of the Achette store in Hangzhou utilizes the shoe brand’s palette and materials (rubber, leather) to create a clean and stylish retail space.
Lukstudio have designed this small patisserie extending features of the brand’s packaging into architectural form whilst maximising usage of a small space.
The shop stands in a row originally fronted with dark wooden panels. These are replaced with a predominantly white facade creating a strong presence and a contrast with adjacent businesses.
The display window and a lit panel above introduce a motif of regularly overlapping semi- circles derived from the design of the shop’s gift boxes. Once inside, one finds this repeated in a feature wall behind the service counter.
The interior, despite its modest dimensions, employs several features that create the impression of a larger space.
The elongated form of the counter where guests may sit for a coffee or cake gives the impression of additional length.
A step up in the ceiling, along with a corresponding division in the floor, distinguish the service area whilst also creating a sense of opening up as one approaches it.
The wall opposite the service counter curves in such a way that it recedes in the peripheral vision as one faces the counter making the narrow space feel less restrictive.
Location: Huangpu District, Shanghai
Area: 63 sqm
Scope: Interior design, custom furniture and lighting design
Design: October – December 2013
Construction: December 2013 – February 2014
Project team: Christina Luk, Mavis Li, Wesley Shu, Scott Baker, Special thanks to Jaycee Chui, More Design Office
Lighting consultant: German To for Lucent Lit Co. Ltd.
General contractor: Dongde Decor
Lukstudio designed this coffee shop to take maximum advantage of its corner location close to a major pedestrianized street in central Shanghai.
In November 2016 Hermes opened a new branch in Chongqing, China.
Design: Denis Montel, RDAI
As part of an international campaign Cartier stores around China featured bright red ribbons seemingly weaving in and out of the existing façade. These were combined with seasonal window displays with a Ferris wheel motif.
Location: Shanghai, Dalian, Chengdu