Shop DesignBased on the concept of conscious consumptionEverything is valuableNeed unique method and concept displayEmphasis on the unique and orderly layout
The most comprehensive exhibition from the inside out, dedicated to the final parts. From designer handbags to express boxes, make-up boxes to military backpacks, and explore our long-term infatuation with bags. By creating two distinct experiences at two levels of the fashion Gallery, the building responds to the special duality of the bag - both symbolic and intimate.
Downstairs is the rich interior of the bag: the new translucent, stretched fabric wall subdivides the gallery, creating colorful rooms, pockets and niches for display. The upstairs shows the process of designing and making bags: cabinets disguised as miniature buildings and a large theater workbench displaying objects from behind the scenes.
From the inside out, it is a large exhibition dedicated to bags and their impact on culture and society. Explore the function, status and technology of bags through 300 items of different sizes, from small wallets held at fingertips to luxurious suitcases. The exhibition design responds to the special duality of the bag - both symbolic and intimate - by creating two distinct experiences in two levels of fashion galleries.
The zipper is hung like a brass sign, reflecting the rich interior of the bag, with colorful rooms, pockets and niches. The upper floor is camouflaged as a fashion studio and bag factory by using the existing cabinets to create a micro urban landscape for tourists. The challenging space of the gallery is composed of 12 existing cabinets, which are not arranged in a specific order. Inspired by the Boche plan of the museum, a series of translucent rooms are created to form the curatorial part. The colorful fabric wall is developed around the wooden frame, room and partition space, and the screen printed pattern on the fabric adds a layer of decoration to the space.
About the function exhibition, the bag is designed as a practical object to store things. From holiday costumes to confidential documents, from makeup to money, and even gas masks, designs and materials often reflect the intended use of functional objects. The screen printed block and lintel pattern on the fabric wall create a surreal function in the space, and the decoration inside the box exaggerates the curators narrative.
Upstairs, the exhibition introduces the process from sketch to sampling, sewing to sales, design and production. Four large glass cabinets are dressed up as imaginary Paris fashion houses and anonymous industrial buildings, reflecting the different ways in which bags are conceived and made. These buildings are split and pulled apart to form alleys, which are arranged into micro urban landscapes to encourage tourists to walk and explore in them. This part includes innovative, often limited edition collectibles, bags displayed in curtain windows, focusing on the small and exquisite items in large cabinets.
Luminous red plexiglass display shelves separate a private consulting room, and curved display platforms invite explorers in a 10 foot wide space. Wine choices are displayed in custom arches and painted MDF ribs, marble mosaic floors and a porphyry star at the entrance to the store. Skin care products were displayed on the original shelves in 1878, and acrylic boxes showed jewelry at the eye level, thanks to gold-plated rods from above to below.
Prefabricated components are leased for any market and brand, and embedded inventory technology is adopted. The six storey cast iron building provides this fantastic retail experience. The design of the stepped seats is inspired by a pebble in the pond and the ripples under the mirror ceiling. Painted MDF display cubes add visual energy to the space, and stainless steel shelves display products over repeated acrylic canvas panels throughout the store. Design and customize the top of wave products for cosmetics and skin care products.