Our Ilona visited Madrid couple of weeks ago and brought back her top retail tips. In case you’re planning a Madrid getaway (or dreaming of some long weekend and still wondering where to go) let these retail gems inspire you and guide you through the streets of Madrid.
This beauty can be spotted already a few blocks away. Set in a the gorgeous Chueca area of Madrid, this delicately handcrafted floral entrance invites the visitor to enjoy this special space with all 4 senses.
This 200m2 concept store includes variety of disciplines from art to fashion and design in space that constantly changing. Do Design invites its visitors enjoy it’s beautiful collection all sharing the same vision and lifestyle.
The richness in material from the interior and products create a serene visual world where you easily find yourself dreaming of new harmonious table settings or calm moments of writing in your new diary.
+34 913 106 217
c/ Fernando VI, 13. 28004 Madrid
Attention! Concept Store galore ahead.
A modest glass entrance invites the visitor to one the greatest concept stores in Europe. A quick registration is required to be allowed to enter and to be able get full benefits of their omnichannel shopping options.
Situated in the Malasaña area where the new trends in Madrid seem to brew, this 3000m2 space spreading accross 4 floor, basement and rooftop. El Paracaidista offers everything your urge for coolness requires from fashion, accessories, homeware, books, surfboards and even a little naughty adults section in the back. Yes, these guys made leather straps a design items.
The genius of this concept store lies in the retail design and architectural environment. Each area and category creates a world of its own where every detail is thought to the tee. Everywhere you look you’re fed with one fascinating and inspiring interior after another.
The top floors are occupied by Cubanismo bar and terrace and rooftop cocktail bar. What better way to let all the new ideas set in and credit card cool down than with a glass wine in a lush Cuban setting under the Madrid winter sun.
El Paracaidista, C/ de la Palma, 10, Madrid
We came across this gorgeous little organic market, where the bustle of a busy city is left far back and you feel like you’re walking straight into a farmers grain house.
All items are sold by weight in this authentic and organic retail setting. Bringing back thoughts of time before digital things and the online world, these guys love gastronomy and want bring back the value of fresh and high quality produce.
Promoting local commerce and slow consuming, this organic food destination is a definite must see (and taste) for food and retail lovers alike.
ACRE, C/ Noviciado 18 28015 — Madrid España
Only a stone throw from Do Design, this local designer has found probably one of the most special retail location we have seen in a while!
Set in an old bookstore space, this designs of Armin Hildebrandt really come alive. Surrounded by darkened old teak shelvings and bookshelf ladders the colorful designs really come to life. The old handcrafted fittings act the perfect respectful backdrop for the luxurious designs.
As much as we love Armin Hildebrandt’s designer boutique it does make us dream about the times when bookstores really looked like this, filled with stories and magic and myths.
Calle de Fernando VI, 2, 28004 Madrid
+34 913 19 80 19
Alert sneaker freaks! This modern concepts store is a definite pitstop for all streetwear and sneaker lovers. Situated just behind the Tribunal metro station this urban design sanctuary offers all the must-haves in footwear and apparel from all the top global brands have to offer.
The interior is a well-thought combination of rough and sleep, matt and shiny, monotone and colour all in perfect balance. Despite the use of such broad variety of materials and ideas, the store design creates a perfectly calm backdrop for its urban fashion masterpieces.
Churruca, 5, 28004 Madrid, Spain
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