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Ermenegildo Zegna Couture windows at Harrods by Elemental Design, London – UK

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The show film is played in a ‘whispering’ window through which ‘space sounds’ and music are projected onto the street, encouraging shoppers to stop and engage. As the film ends, a series of lit footsteps appear to walk across the window bed, directing the consumer to the hero product; a beautifully hand crafted Ermenegildo Zegna Couture shoe.

P & T store by Fabian von Ferrari, Berlin – Germany

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Light and airy, the store is furnished with angular wooden fixtures that blend well with its concrete shell, although the original industrial character is softened by the shine of pristine white paint on the floor.

diptyque store by centdegrés, Paris – France

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In order to do so, diptyque shared with centdegrés its history, from the treasures the founders brought back from their travels, to the etching realized by one of them. This heritage is translated through various materials such as metal, wood, mirrors, stone or wall paper.

Golden Ratio headquarter, Athens – Greece

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A single wooden surface covers the walls and the sloping roof forming a closed core, which shields the customer relationship with the company by creating a climate of confidence and intimacy.

Greenwich Kitchen restaurant by B3 Designers, Greenwich – UK

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B3 Designers have worked with key features to create this New York style coffee shop – they include mixed patterned terrazzo tiles on the floor; washed wooden paneling on the walls complimented by framed, inlayed caramel tiles and steel-mesh shelves filled with wine bottles, surrounding the restaurant.

Ammunition wine branding by BrandMade

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A masculine pastel color palette was developed to create clear product differentiation and to make the product stand out amongst a sea of cream, white & black labels. The capsules are a nod to the two-tone brass and copper finishes of a bullet.

OPVS store by Emanuel Cestaro, Venice – Italy

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Still with roots in the contemporary Industrial style, the store inspiration came also from the Italian modernist architecture in a monochrome palette of materials. Chromed beams, marquina marble, iron concrete and mirrors.

Las Iguanas restaurant by B3 Designers, Derby – UK

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Exposed historic brickwork and giant distressed graphics on some of the walls recreate the feeling of street advertising prominent throughout South America.

La Nube “The Cloud” installation by Bea & Mecha Palacio, Buenos Aires – Argentina

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In the ceiling of the stairway, a wavy pattern is generated by using a base module, which repeated several times generates an ondulating and continuous volume. These modules were generated, taking into account the material reuse. The pieces selected as base modules were originally rigid Polyurethane foam half pipes, that were destined to be discarded.

Whole Foods Market office by Wirt Design Group, Glendale – California

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Glass surrounding the reception area gives visitors exposure to the views and allows the unique operations of the company to be showcased. The open stair between the two floors is a statement that emphasizes the collaborative nature of the business.

Bamboo Expo

Loro Piana Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

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Loro Piana Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

Poiray store by centdegrés, Paris – France

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Noble materials, such as brass, create an initial impression of well-established luxury, worthy of a notable jeweler and watchmaker like Poiray. However, the journey inside the boutique holds surprises in store.

École Boutique by Adrian Bleschke, Berlin – Germany

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The fashion collections are displayed on frosted black hangers that are supported by product carriers made from brushed brass. The floor’s black oak planks create a harsh contrast to the room’s colour concept of sage dove. The sophisticated black is found again on socket outlets and the room-high doors as piano lacquer.

Women Fashion Power exhibition by Zaha Hadid, London – UK

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Their garments are displayed on mannequins towards the back of the exhibition space, which Zaha Hadid Architects divided into three sections defined by “explosions”. White vertical partitions and plinths emanate from three points around the space, along with black lighting fixtures suspended from the ceiling.

Le Baron nightclub by Storeage, Shanghai – China

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The carpet was purposely designed using deep, dramatic colors like purple, red and black, creating a feeling of warmth and intimacy. The wallpaper, predominantly red with a black flock, adds a complimentary touch. Storeage coupled the graffiti design with a black and white Memphis-influenced pattern that brings a rock and roll edge.

Garzisi Zafferano branding & packaging by Brandlore

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A glass jar that contains and preserves the saffron stems is sandwiched between a wooden mortar and pestle, made with beechwood. The cap with a added sphere -that rests inside the bottle for hygiene- combined with the bottom part, make a beautiful small crusher. We even made an ad-hoc tweezers to pluck the steams out of the glass jar.

Inshopnia Coffee & Retail by NAN Architects, Vigo – Spain

29 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The main element of this project is a central structure that evokes a traditional house, looking for this element effect surprise, while we serve to differentiate the uses of a subtle and smoothly.

Adler Restaurant and Gasthaus by Daniel Fehrenbacher, Lahr – Germany

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Adler Restaurant and Gasthaus by Daniel Fehrenbacher, Lahr – Germany

Heineken Pop up store for the Central European Fashion Days by Kiss Miklós, Budapest

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This 38 square meter installation is placed in a building that is currently under reconstruction, its’ concept is to construct an installation within a reconstruction. The whole installation is hanging from the ceiling. It’s quite heavy and monstrous, yet it looks very light as it’s hovering above the floor.

Bayer HealthCare headquarters by Gensler, Whippany – New Jersey

29 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The office plan is 100% open, providing a range of work environments that support both focus and collaboration. A variety of engaging spaces—from meeting pavilions to huddle rooms—bring versatility and build relationships.