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Koltsovo Airport VIP Lounge by Nefaresearch, Yekaterinburg – Russia

16 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Designers Create Labyrinth for travellers: Nefaresearch’s design for the VIP lounge at Russia’s Koltsovo Airport attempts to ‘shake up monotonous interior space’.

Hans Damph packaging by Andreas Welter

16 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Hans Dampf is a German electronic artist. His first album comes with a unique box including a T-Shirt Design and two exclusive tickets for one of his outstanding shows. The Packaging is finished by hot-foil stamping and embossing.

Monkey stool and bookshelf by HENRIQUE STEYER

16 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

To celebrate a year from the release of his own brand, the Brazilian designer Henrique Steyer presents new versions of the most iconic pieces from his first collection.

Carven store, Jakarta – Indonesia

16 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Carven has regained the limelight ever since Guillaume Henry took creative reign of the fashion label, and with the increased exposure and sales comes an expanding retail network. After opening up shop in Manila, the French fashion brand makes another southeast Asian debut in Jakarta.

Vara office by Studio O+A, San Francisco – California

16 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Some of the wood from the original building was recovered and re-purposed to accent the finishes of the public areas—a continuity that illustrates the increasingly important aesthetic of employing historic contexts to define contemporary spaces.

Layer 24 watch by MINUS-8

16 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Precise layers of PVD-coated stainless steel create depth to the face while streamlining the exterior. The Layer 24 has a sapphire crystal face, NFC-enabled proprietary silicon band, and is powered by a Japanese automatic movement.

Thomas Cook store at Lakeside Shopping Centre by Wanda Creative, UK

16 September 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The shop is open and encourages immediate customer engagement at the store front with “Advice Bars” delivering the online/ in-store travel offers. This immediate engagement is supported by relaxed consultation lounges and VIP private booths located towards the rear of the store, where further consultation can be undertaken.

Loisir cafe by Nordic Bros. Design Community, Seoul – South Korea

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

After combining two previous studio apartments into one and placing the baking studio and the stairs going to the cafe upstairs in the center, the staff room, storage, main kitchen, toilet, and office enclosed them in the form of ㄷ to minimize the traffic line and fully utilize the space.

Slow Wood collection

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Combining in an original ad fresh way tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and design, entrepreneurship and culture, Slow Wood turn to those who seek, for themselves or for their clients, furniture and unique projects, conceived and skilfully worked by selected in designers and Italian craftsmen, made by valuable and sustainable woods.

Great Dane Rebrand by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Great Dane and McCartney Design have worked in partnership over the past seven years in evolving the Great Dane brand. Although the brand started out as a source for Danish mid century modern furniture, it now embraces the wider idea of Scandinavian luxury.

Risa spiral staircase by Tron Meyer

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Norwegian architect Tron Meyer has designed a spiral staircase made entirely from laminated wood carved into curving steps that optimise the space for walking on.

Zrno Bio Bistro by Brigada, Zagreb – Croatia

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The third area is designed as a more intimate space. Natural linen fabric was used to cover the sealing and for a hand drawn map showing the distance between the bistro and the Zrno Eco Estate. Here, photos in antique frames cover the walls.

T.H.A.O. Tea Company branding by Ha Design Studio

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

THAO Tea Company provides loose leaf teas with superior taste and aroma without sacrificing healing properties and organic ingredients.

Mr.Gentleman store, Beijing – China

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Japanese menswear label MR.GENTLEMAN is opening its first boutique store in Beijing’s Chaoyang central business district.

SPAN offices by Brigada, Zagreb – Croatia

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The screen partition physically separates, but at the same time visually connects the zones, and holds the shelves, cabinets and electrical conduits.

Memobottle water carrier

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Resembling the shape of a piece of paper, the memobottle is a slimline, premium designed reusable water bottle which suitably slides into your favorite carry bag alongside your computer, books and valuables.

Tender Gourmet Butchery by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

15 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The open work stations and overt product display encourages intrigue into the butchery, highlighted by the strong use of directional steel rods that frame the exterior. Paired with a warm palette, the butchery emits a homely quality as all barriers are broken down between the professional and the consumer.

LOS Symi bistro bar by Input Creative Studio, Symi Island – Greece

14 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Upon entering the interior, guests are immediately drawn to the custom bar area where an installation of copper pipes and light bulbs mimics the shape of a sponge; creating dynamic movement and paying homage to the building’s original owner.

3D weaver by Oluwaseyi Sosanya

14 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The 3D weaver is a loom specially designed for weaving in three dimensions. The Honeycomb weave is based on a simple hexagonal structure and can withstand impacts greater than 300g. The 0~90 degree pattern has a comfortable compressive quality and holds similar properties to soft injection foams found in shoe soles.

Philip Morris office by Sennex, Singapore

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Philip Morris office by Sennex, Singapore