up to 3,000 sq. ft.
Photography: Jon Catrambone
Photography, New York
Creating an eclectic and whimsical boutique-like
feel in a 1,750-square-foot space, the shoe store
uses large armoires lined with wallpaper to create
a sense of individual rooms and shoes displayed
on a 10-inch table with spinning plates. Hands and
legs protruding from the walls display shoes and
purses, a 6-foot stiletto hangs off a purple wall, and
customers can get comfortable on large ottomans
sitting below a bright blue, flocked chandelier. The
mezzanine has been made into an “attic” filled
with antique trunks and chairs. A 20-foot center
column is completely encased in white shoes with
a bright pink velvet swing beside it. RDIF technology and components are incorporated invisibly
into the cashwrap, back shelving, and more.
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Fixtures: MG Concepts, Central
Islip, N. Y.
Lighting: Lighting Management,
Sloatsburg, New York
Retailer/Design: Jones Apparel
Group, New York
Visual Elements: Christine
Taylor Collection, Doylestown,
Visual Elements: Design
Compendium, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Visual Elements: Greneker
Solutions, Los Angeles
Visual Elements: Silverlace
Design, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The original building’s Indiana limestone
façade design was restored and paired with
oil-rubbed bronze metal fixtures in a classic,
American space that brings together modern and traditional design. Elegant ivory
drapes are offset against walnut panels,
rough-hewn materials such as unfinished
wood tables contrast with 1960s Venini
chandeliers, and black Brazilian cherry
wood floors contrast with hot pink, cream,
and royal blue hues. The visual merchandising is inspired by traditional American
iconography. A large mixed-media art
installation on the wall leading up to the
staircase displays a 3D abstract American
flag, a blue Cadillac fender and blue surfboard, red Marshall amp, white vintage 60s
television, and Indian headdresses to convey the Hilfiger All-American brand.
Flooring: Miller Druck Specialty,
Flooring: Radici, Spartanburg, S.C.
Flooring: Visual Studios, New York
General Contracting: Americon
Construction Inc., New York
Lighting: HDLC, New York
Materials: Empire Architectural
Metal & Glass, College Point, N. Y.
Materials: Feature Factory Inc.,
Millwork: Metropolitan Woodwork,
Retailer/Design: Tommy Hilfiger
USA Inc. (Retail), New York
Wall Treatment: Dualoy, New York
Wall Treatment: Rosen and
Chaddick, New York
Reggiani Lighting USA would like to congratulate The Arcadia
Group and Dalziel and Pow for being a recipient of a 2010
A.R.E. Design Award for the TopShop TopMan store
in SOHO New York City.
Visit us at booth #2138 and let us show you how we can
contribute to your next winning project.
372 Starke road Carlstadt NJ 07072 USA
Tel. 201 372 1717 Fax 201 372 1616