The most unusual stores in the world
Shops are a place familiar to all people, like home or work. We buy something very often, and no matter how rapidly online trading develops, we still visit physical stores. After all, they have one indisputable advantage that online stores will never achieve – before buying a product, you can touch, feel, measure, etc. In order for a potential buyer to enter the store, he needs to be lured there. Some do it with aggressive advertising at every turn, others put promoters at the entrance, and the most creative owners of offline stores simply make their appearance so that it is simply impossible to pass by. We present you a selection of the most unusual store designs around the world.
Christian Peterson Bicycle Shop in Berlin
To attract attention, the store owner did not bother much, but simply attached a huge number of real bicycles to the facade of the building. In total, there are about 120 bicycles hanging on the store. Maybe somewhere in Berlin there is a sausage shop hung with sausages?
Adidas store in Amsterdam
This is a real paradise for lovers of sportswear and shoes! What a pleasure it is to walk out of the store with a box of brand new sneakers from a well-known brand. Now imagine that for these sneakers you need to go inside the same box, only it is the size of a whole house. Or maybe the creators of this masterpiece just wanted visitors to feel like cats, which, as you know, are very fond of climbing into different boxes).
adidas shop in the form of a box
Diesel store in London
If, walking along London’s Carnaby Street, you see a huge radio, do not be alarmed. This is just a Diesel store, made in such an unusual way. Interestingly, do the sliders to the right of the entrance move?
Freitag shop in Zurich
Freitag are youth bags that are made only from recycled materials, namely canvas awnings and seat belts. The creators of this brand decided to go all the way with their recycling ideas, and turned several shipping containers into a store. And what, both practical and attractive! And it saves space, as the store occupies more area in height than in width. The store is lit up at night.
youth bag shop
Gap clothing store in Vancouver
Advertisers often use big words in their slogans such as “amazing”, “dizzying” and the like. The managers of the Gap store in Vancouver decided not only to use these epithets in their advertising campaigns, but also to back it all up with “deed”. For several days, almost everything in the store was turned upside down: signs, mannequins, fitting rooms, shop windows, tables, logos, etc. Even those who have nothing to do with the Gap brand took part in this “dizzying action” – a hot dog kiosk next to the store and several cars in the parking lot. Did sellers also move upside down during these promotional days?
Bazaar on the river in Indonesia
This, however, is not a store, but a bazaar, but you probably have not seen such a format of street trading. Merchants sell fruits, vegetables, and herbs from boats that float along the river. And if the seller really likes it, he can “lift” you on his boat in the direction you need. Almost home delivery!
market on the river
Louis Vuitton store in Paris
But this idea of Louis Vuitton was spied on by Adidas, or vice versa. The brand store in Paris is made in the form of huge suitcases in the corporate style.
Swarovski store in Tokyo
Swarovski brand products simply dazzle with their brilliance and radiance. In Tokyo, they decided to add even more luxury to the brand and opened a store that looks like it is made entirely of precious stones.
Momo store in Hong Kong
This store is located in one of the shopping malls in Hong Kong and its design is completely made of various windows. The store has several entrances from different sides, but does not have a sign. And why would she? This design immediately attracts attention, and few people will calmly pass by this “window” structure.