Simply Amazing: 30 Global Retail Spaces

Ottomans’ cushions are covered in a rattan fabric edged with silk-wrapped cording, while skirting below is a cotton-linen. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Firm: RTKL; KA, Inc. Project: Fashion Outlets of Chicago. Location: Rosemont, Illinois. Photography by David Whitcomb/RTKL.

Jewelry at the Aurélie Bidermann boutique is displayed beneath a wall sculpture. Photography by Eric Laignel.

The “spike wall” at Fendi, designed by Curiosity. Photography courtesy of Curiosity.

Paola Navone’s glass mosaic tile clads the walls at her 1,600-square-foot boutique for Dodo, Paris. Photography by Enrico Conti/Pomellato.

The existing reflecting pool got a new concrete surround. Photography by Dominique Vorillon.

Firm: I29 Interior Architects. Project: Frame Store. Location: Amsterdam. Photography by Ewout Huibers.

WonderWall housed The Pool, Jen Lewin’s network of polycarbonate pads embedded with color-changing LEDs and linked by electrical cable. Photography courtesy of FG+SG Architectural Photography.

Firm: Gensler. Project: El Palacio de Hierro. Location: Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. Photography by Hector Armando Herrera/Gensler; Charlie Mayer/Gensler.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Oak planks form a lounge raised above the slate floor. Photography by Joachim Grothus.

At the Row, a Los Angeles women’s wear boutique by Courtney Applebaum Design and Montalba Architects, an ipe totem by Zanini de Zanine stands in the main courtyard. Photography by Dominique Vorillon.

Interior of Fendi’s flagship store in Paris, designed by Curiosity. Photography courtesy of Curiosity.

Cartier's "Shape Your Time" pop-up shop in Tokyo by Rafael de Cárdenas / Architecture at Large. Photography by Jonathan Savoie.

Painted steel roofing forms the café's canopy. Photography by Dennis Lo.

On the upper level, black becomes dominant. Photography by Eric Laignel.

A mahogany divider at Siwilai, a Bangkok concept store by Yabu Pushelberg, doubles as a shoe display. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Oak planks form a lounge raised above the slate floor. Photography by Joachim Grothus.

“The Space in Between” at Chicago’s Pavilion Antiques and 20th C gallery. Photography by Jill Buckner.

Firm: RTKL; KA, Inc. Project: Fashion Outlets of Chicago. Location: Rosemont, Illinois. Photography by David Whitcomb/RTKL.

Mélange, a women’s clothing and accessories boutique in Kuwait City, was a collaboration between Massive Order and United Engineering Consultants. Photography by Nelson Garrido.

Wall-mounted iron vitrines for the jewelry. Photography by Enrico Conti/Pomellato.

Firm: Saguez & Partners. Project: Les Terrasses du Port. Location: Marseille, France. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Vinyl-clad stairs connect the two levels at the Fun Factory. Photography by Eric Laignel.

An artist who goes by the name Remed contributed the ceramic mural at the entry. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Firm: RTKL; KA, Inc. Project: Fashion Outlets of Chicago. Location: Rosemont, Illinois. Photography by David Whitcomb/RTKL.

Firm: ROK. Project: Suppakids. Location: Stuttgart, Germany. Photography by Daniel Stauch.

An installation in laser-cut, powder-coated sheet steel descends from the ceiling near the fitting rooms. Photography by Nelson Garrido.

Firm: Saguez & Partners. Project: Les Terrasses du Port. Location: Marseille, France. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Glass tops a display fixture. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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