Bay Harbour market is situated on the water’s edge in the old authentic part of the Hout Bay Harbour and comprises more than 100 stalls in an old fish factory, including external tented alleys and courtyards.
The story of Bay Harbour Market starts with two friends, Paul Rutzen and Anthony Stroebel, and their trip to visit the old fish factory in Hangberg. Say’s Anthony Stroebel, “We discovered the building….and realised that it served as a perfect platform from which to begin to uplift the area, uplift the community…and in the process celebrate the vibrancy and creativity that is so unique to SA, Cape Town and, indeed, Hout Bay”.
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The meeting place is a cafe snuggled away on the first floor of an old Dutch Malay building in Simon’s Town, which is a little fishing village in south western Cape Town.
The owners have created a superb cafe where locals and tourists can meet, eat and drink good coffee.
The interior design is simple and cosy with lots of great ideas to borrow from, take a look.
When Edgar Weylandt opened his furniture store in 1964 in Windhoek, Namibia, he could not have foreseen that his brainchild would grow into a national retailer with branches in South Africa and Namibia.
Edgar’s son, Chris Weylandt, was the catalyst for this phenomenal growth. After qualifying as a CA, Chris worked in the family business in Namibia during the early nineties. He then relocated to South Africa to set up a manufacturing plant in Cape Town. In 1999 he opened the first Weylandts Homestore in Durbanville.
The store was an instant success, and in the new millennium more Weylandts stores opened in Green Point, Knysna, Fourways, Swakopmund, Windhoek, Menlyn and Umhlanga Ridge. The Weylandts name rapidly became synonymous with quality contemporary furniture and innovative designs. was invited to furnish the prestigious opening of CNBC in South Africa and sponsored the reality TV show Big Brother, as well as the much-anticipated House of the Year Awards.
Today, Weylandts is firmly established as the leading furniture and décor retailer in southern Africa, offering clients contemporary quality designs sourced from around the world and showcased in a beautiful environment where space and natural light enhance the inspirational merchandising.
Haas is a creative collective which just happens to also have a fabulous coffee shop on the ground floor of their building.
It not only seems coffee but is a showcase for some of their designers work which can also be bought.
The interior design is on trend with a mix of upcylced furniture in a pared back building with hints of retro and steam punk all rolled into one.
The haas collective,
19 Buitenkant St
Engage, Inform and Capture
In the heart of Amsterdam, fashion store every.day.counts have already established themselves as innovators, bringing modern simplicity and quality to men’s and womenswear.
every.day.counts wanted to engage their customers in the store with an app allowing them to:
- Shop an extended range not on the shelves
- Be social and share the experience
- Sign up for newsletters
- Leave comments on a digital guestbook
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This a great low cost simple idea, use old drawers mounted on the wall to create a visual feature which also allows you to add in graphics.
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For our Fifth Avenue windows during New York Fashion Week, Bergdorf Goodman commissioned a site-specific installation by Vienna-based artist Eva Petric. The installation, entitled “Personal UNiVERSEs,” consists of assemblages of thousands of small, individual lace pieces. These vintage pieces, acquired by the artist from many sources over a period of years, have been combined to create large weblike environments.
Discover the latest innovation in mannequins and visual merchandising display, with the unveiling of the new window installation at a prestigious Knightsbridge department store.
The concept for the multiple window installation was inspired by the unique aesthetic of the Etch form, and developed into a cohesive scheme which balances the dynamics of structure and architecture with the elegant luxury fashion.
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Discover more at global-display.london or visit us at the Retail Design Expo and VM & Display shows 2015.
Right from the very start, Neptune has had a clear set of goals; to create the finest quality furniture, with outstanding design, and all at a price that need not cost the earth.
Neptune’s ninth store in the UK is centred in Britain’s oldest recorded town of Colchester. The joint owners have strong retail backgrounds where Martin King, who currently owns Neptune Bury St Edmunds, plans on expanding the Neptune brand across East Anglia with his business partner Jasper Burnham, former Head of Retail at Neptune’s head office. The strong essence of dedication and commitment to Neptune is proven through the attention to detail and attentive attitude towards their customers in the existing Bury St Edmunds branch. Neptune Colchester is a breathtaking and inspirational centre of interior design, boasting a 6200 sq foot showroom with an added 2,000 sq foot of outdoor display space to showcase Neptune’s stylish garden furniture.
They have just opened a new store in Colchester, here are a selection of photos of that store.
Us homewares retailer Restoration Hardware have recently unveiled their new concept store in New York and a have called it “The Flatiron Gallery” aptly named because of the famous building it stands near to.
Here are a selection of photos of the store.
Click here to read a great interview with the CEO of the company Gary Friedman.