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E.Tautz store by Sanderson Studios, London – UK

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Sanderson Studios worked closely with E.Tautz owner and creative director, Patrick Grant, to deliver a made to measure experience that echoes the evolution and expansion of this iconic brand. A minimal gallery space exhibits the mainline collection and compliments the refined made-to-measure environment downstairs.

Tissot Asian Games 2014 pavilion by Lacellula labs, Incheon – South Korea

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Tissot Asian Games 2014 pavilion by Lacellula labs, Incheon – South Korea

La Piadina Cambados by NAN Architects, Cambados – Spain

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The flagship products are the piadinas local, popular recipe in Italy that can be imported to Spain, ice cream and beer. It is divided into local two rooms, one for ice cream at the bottom of it and the other for coffee, focused on a longer stay.

Una Brewery & Kitchen branding by Tom Emil Olsen

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Branding/CI for Una Brewery & Kitchen. The logo is designed as an ambigram. The name Una comes from Latin. It means ‘together’ or ‘in one’. Togetherness is the essence of the concept. Good beer is best enjoyed in good company and at Una you will find craft beer from all over the world under the same roof.

Veneris bakery by Manousos Leontarakis & partners, Heraklion – Greece

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A modern bakery called Veneris, was inspired by minimal interior. Grey ceramic clays are placed on the floor and a wooden country style ceiling is covering the store. The bakery’s counters are made of raw wood and on the top cover have been placed black granite.

Como restaurant by Studio Gad, Limassol – Cyprus

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Como Restaurant is located on the coast of the port city of Limassol, Cyprus. The challenge that stands before us as planners had to connect inside the space the values of the unique position by being a overlooking the harbor, while dealing with creating an intimate space in the existing structure.

Stick table by Stone Designs for Actus

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The Stick collection meets the Japanese brand Actus’ need of providing the Japanese market with a table that allows people to have meetings, eat and have fun around it, but the difference with this table is that it has lower proportions as usual.

GLG Global Headquarters office by Clive Wilkinson Architects, New York – US

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Overlooking Grand Central Terminal, the new 65,000 SF headquarters for our GLG, the world’s largest membership for professional learning and expertise, presented us with the opportunity to shape the transition of their growing company to a highly collaborative workplace specifically tailored to host client-facing teaching and learning events.

Incurva magazine and wine holder by Mario Pagliaro

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Incurva magazine and wine holder by Mario Pagliaro

Ronen Chen store by Architect Guido Herszage, Tel Aviv – Israel

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Ronen Chen store by Architect Guido Herszage, Tel Aviv – Israel.

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Vivace bar and restaurant by BCPT, Perugia – Italy

20 November 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

This was just a clothing-fashion store. We have redefined the space and its destination, designed the interior architecture and the graphic identity.

HYGGE watches design by Major W.M. Tse

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The very expression of Hygge, a minimalist Scandinavian Design and quality chronograph watches. Featured by his diamond-pattern case side reflecting the facade of the architectural Taastrup Theater, Major Tse offered all his talents with a direct inspiration from the Danish architectural and industrial design and a rare sense of the details.

Míle Public House pub restaurant by HUMÁ, Brossard – Canada

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Concept and Challenges: There was a wide field where stood 3 tall trees. It became the gathering of a community of young promising kids. The code name was the one fourth mile being at a one fourth mile of their houses.

Roca Patrón packaging by Pearlfisher

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Task: To create a brand that fit succinctly within the Patrón portfolio that represented craft in a new way.

Kicks store by Gonçalo Barata, Porto – Portugal

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The concept of this fashion and multibrand shoe store, was built with simple design and materials. Using wood sticks on the walls and ceilings like a large shoe lace where the shoes are placed on display – yielding a three-dimensional construction involving the entire space.

Steirereck restaurant by PPAG architects, Vienna – Austria

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Steirereck restaurant by PPAG architects, Vienna – Austria

Soft Luxury for Endutex stand at C!print 2014 by Egue y Seta, Madrid – Spain

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Soft Luxury for Endutex stand at C!print 2014 by Egue y Seta, Madrid – Spain

Microsoft Building B44 by ZGF Architects, Redmond – Washington

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A 35-foot living wall with over 36 plant species coupled with a three-story spiral helix staircase makes a dramatic welcoming lobby, and signals entrance to an imaginative custom workspace. Interactive artwork throughout creates a unique environment of engagement, and a creative home for Microsoft’s Cloud & Enterprise team.

Barba – Napoli Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

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Barba – Napoli Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

Shore Projects pop-up shop by Breed Communications, London – UK

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Shore Projects is inspired by the elementary beauty and idyllic fun of the British seaside combined with the venerable look of classic explorer watches.