welcome our newest store situated within melbourne’s opulent emporium building where shades of terracotta, natural hues and an abstract fabric roof manipulates light and shade from above. visit búl emporium and journey through a refined collection edit of our most current arrivals throughout this welcoming new space where stillness and tranquillity embrace.
encompassing the labels signature take on design the armadale store is a true reflection of búl’s characteristic spirit where an innate beauty through natural materials and clean minimal lines embraces this refined space. architect michael macleod and búl designer virginia martin drew from current collections that reflected a scandinavian style to create a welcoming space that retreats to moments of quietness as an eco panelled roof shelters above to manipulate and soften mood lighting throughout.
enter búl fitzroy managed by georgia and be welcomed by wide windows, planked floor displays and an overflow of natural light, where the feeling of being in a refined coastal beach house encompasses this flagship store. concept through to completion is entrusted in a mutual understanding of the label between architect michael macleod and búl designer virginia martin to create a space that offers a secluded retreat from the busy street to a coastal hideaway where blonde timber, natural tones, raw materials and ambient lighting embrace.
strong lines of sage and natural woods cast refreshing quietude throughout búl doncaster where a sense of calm is embraced with mood lighting and shade bouncing throughout the store. architects michael macleod and karen abernethy looked to the philosophy of the label, drawing inspiration from the travelled locations by búl designer virginia martin as a starting point of this contemporary open space. the material palette, comprising muted and cool tones alongside timber elements and cubic steel pavilions draws from coastal elements of the sky, water and land.
búl gold coast
welcome an intimate and immersive experience at búl pacific fair managed by laura, where hushed lighting, raw natural materials, contemporary structures and muted, cool tones embrace this unique queensland store. working closely with búl designer virginia martin, architects michael macleod and karen abernethy drew from the water, sea and land as inspiration for this open-plan space. cubic steel pavilions, are experienced from within or by circulating between providing innovative framing and varied backdrop to current collections throughout the store.
búl outlet - melbourne central
inspired by the grounding shades of the coast this city centre outlet store located within melbourne central is elegantly framed by a horizon-like arc to highlight and place a modernised spotlight upon búl’s archived collections. situated within one of melbourne’s busiest malls, architect micheal macleod, in closeness with búl designer virginia martin, created a refined space of solitude that reflects the calm of the beach and feeling of quietness the natural outdoors brings.
delve into collections past at collingwood outlet managed by roxanne where previous journeys culminate into an array of pieces inspired by turkey, iceland, sri lanka, hamburg and beyond. a large range of basics, footwear, and accessories, including hats, belts and sunglasses alongside previous collections in cooling cottons, soft linens, fine knits and bold prints are all to be welcomed at the búl outlets.
148 oxford street
44 mountjoy parade
lorne, vic 3232
79 view street
bendigo, vic 3550
72 willsmere road
kew, vic 3101
6 bidencopes lane
hobart, tas 7000
company of strangers
level 3, 7 crawford street
5 crawford street