Design & Interiors

Qua⫏∃Rno: Aēsop’s Taxonomy of Design

As we’re celebrating the arrival of the über stylish Aēsop skincare, finally, in Milan with its Vincenzo de Cotiis designed boutique, we’ve also found out that they have launched a new microsite called Taxonomy of Design. The site showcases the materials, architectural elements and the design pieces used in each store with further information on the creative direction behind.

We have selected our favourite ones around the world for the gallery.

Aesop North Melbourne by March Studio
Aesop North Melbourne by March Studio
Aesop North Melbourne by March Studio
Aesop North Melbourne by March Studio
Aesop Adelaide by March Studio
Aesop Adelaide by March Studio
Aesop Adelaide by March Studio
Aesop Adelaide by March Studio
Aesop Emporium in Melbourne by Kerstin Thompson Architects
Aesop Emporium in Melbourne by Kerstin Thompson Architects
Aesop Emporium in Melbourne by Kerstin Thompson Architects
Aesop Emporium in Melbourne by Kerstin Thompson Architects
Aesop Kyoto by Shinichiro Ogata
Aesop Kyoto by Shinichiro Ogata
Aesop Kyoto by Shinichiro Ogata
Aesop Kyoto by Shinichiro Ogata
Aesop Mayfair in London by Ilse Crawford
Aesop Mayfair in London by Ilse Crawford
Aesop Mayfair in London by Ilse Crawford
Aesop Mayfair in London by Ilse Crawford

 


GA Creative Consultants
Federica Guga Fratoni @gugafratoni
Anil Durutan @anildurutan