Oliver Peoples global retail boutiques. Stores feature gallery-inspired settings and an on-site optician. Over 30 boutique locations across North America, from…
Upon entering the store, shoppers are greeted by two large metal chandeliers, each with a myriad of lightbulbs, before encountering a circular display with a potted tree at its core. Flooring of large terrazzo tiles is paired with ribbed concrete walls, alternated by sections in timber and shiny metal. In turn, the walls are partly overlaid by contrasting displays, fluffy faux fur in the front, and as previous said, orb-style equivalents in the back.
The store takes cues from the 1970s space age aesthetic alongside California influence, and is arguably best captured by the product displays, where each frame sits in its own individual ‘orb’ design. The custom displays provide a unique, gallery-like shopping experience where each piece is interesting alone, yet together blends as one cohesive whole.
Marmol Radziner created a distinctive architectural identity for the Oliver Peoples boutique in San Francisco by connecting the space to its rugged coastal surroundings. The design draws inspiration from found objects on the beach, ships in the bay, and the colors of sunset and sun-bleached gray.
The design for the luxury eyewear brand Oliver Peoples’ first flagship store in San Francisco was inspired by found objects on the beach and ships in the bay. The design connects the space to its rugged coastal surroundings and creates a distinct architectural identity for the boutique.
The Oliver Peoples #Berlin boutique was inspired by the origins of Californian modernism, the Bauhaus style. In the original sense of the Bauhaus, the Berlin store uses geometric shapes paired with the iconic Bauhaus blue. To round off the design, we sourced vintage lamps from the 1920s and 1930s from dealers in Germany. Located in Kurfürstendamm 26A 10719 Berlin, Germany.