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Colonial House Recovery on 64th Street by Nauzet Rodríguez, Merida – Mexico

28 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The location of the kitchen and its distribution, the bar area, living room and dining rooms, etc. are rigorously adapted to the rooms of the building and its circulations, resulting in a bar, that although might not respond strictly to the most conventional typologies of its kind, becomes a space full of peculiarity and character

Disobedient Bodies exhibition by JW Anderson at The Hepworth Wakefield gallery, Yorkshire – UK

28 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Anderson – whose work often explores ideas of gender and identity – has brought together over 100 examples of art, fashion, ceramics and design from the 20th and 21st centuries in the Disobedient Bodies exhibition.

Airbnb Office by Heneghan Peng Architects and Airbnb Environments Team, Dublin – Ireland

28 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The new space has been designed to cultivate collaboration, interaction and a sense of community. This is the first time that Airbnb has been able to pre-determine the architectural layout of an interior space. The Warehouse had fallen into disrepair before Airbnb reinvented the entire space by designing distinctive structural elements including a dramatic cascading staircase.

Christian Louboutin Lost in space windows by StudioXAG, Worldwide

28 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Windows featured chrome finish ‘UFO’ pods, surrounded by jewel-tone cabochon lights. Footwear and accessories are displayed atop a red rocket trail, whilst an illuminated shard extends from a heap of glittering moon rock. Galactic star-filled backdrops feature Louboutin’s take on a glamorous astronaut, the new collection floating in zero-gravity nearby.

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Milan – Italy

28 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Being a historic, listed building, much of the interior had to be retained, and the Yoshioka’s challenge was to find a way to fuse the structure’s original elements with the modern retail design aesthetic of Issey Miyake, and if you ask us, the result is quite brilliant. The walls have been stuccoed to perfection, and dipped in a timeless off-white hue, offering a beautiful contrast with the original vaulted ceilings and the newly-laid stone floors.

Hans Boodt Mannequins Expect the Unexpected stand at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Hans Boodt mannequins focuses on current trends. Not only in fashion and architecture, but also interior design, movies and the media. They invite you into a world where soft and rich materials such as velvet and brass give a surprising twist to the contrasting hard and cold textures like glass and marble.

Pim Pam FOC restaurant by Lagranja Design, Singapore

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Paying attention to all details, the bar is made of handcrafted wood from which the hangers emerge. Also, a mosaic with bright colours over the hydraulic floor offers warmth to the space.

Asimenia Limni packaging by Kommigraphics

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

To design the label, we created a pattern with pictorial elements surrounding the lake, like the night moon, birds, fish, shells, water lilies, and branches from the nature surrounding this magical wetland.

Massimo Dutti flagship store by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The rhythm of rectangular modules is formed by an orthogonal metal structure, while the texture of the façade is a screen inspired by a reinterpretation of the traditional wrought iron railings of Polanco. The screen generates a series of rectangular niches that are randomly repeated within the orthogonal mesh.

Kane World Food Studio Restaurant & Bar by Bogdan Ciocodeica, Bucharest – Romania

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The space is treated uniformly with various different focal points, starting with the eight meter long marble bar with a mirror in the background and a light mint ceramic frame and continuing with the delicate exotic wall painting, that balances the fine constructed lines with the strong and abundent theme of the luxurious jungle.

It’s Real – Interior Ideas collection

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

It’s Real – Interior Ideas is the new 100% Italian brand dedicated to home furnishings and much more. Creative coolhunter Giambattista Gaggero, already known among Italian architects and designers for his Bread&Style products, is in charge of the brand management. He is also the Italian distributor of the magnetic levitation display units by Dutch firm Crealev.

Deskopolitan co-working space by MoreySmith, Paris – France

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The community is spread over three floors, with a café, external courtyard and informal touchdown positions at mezzanine level. All floors offer a range of flexible work environments for co-working including open, guest and club space.

VICTORINOX Cutlery windows by DFROST, Worldwide

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Inspired by the mechanism of a slot machine the window concept displays the various application possibilities of the CUTLERY collection in a bold, playful and cheerful way. A frame demonstrates the variety of combinations – the right style for every purpose.

RUCO LINE store by acca Inc., Tokyo – Japan

27 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The key factor of this store was the branding arranged to collaborate with Italian bland to blend into the Japanese market, to let customers visiting from overseas as well as for Japanese consumers to feel the beauty of Japanese people and the likeness of Japan, rather than just expanding overseas brand as they are in Japan as is.

Caroline Néron Carrefour Laval Laval store by optima design, Quebec – Canada (A.R.E. Awards)

26 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

2016 Design Award Winner in Hardline Specialty Store up to 3,000 sf
Design: optima design

UI ART Brand by United Design Practice

26 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

This Shanghai based company has pivoted to the art industry, doing art buying, curating, exhibitions, residency programs, artists related events and collaborations.

LinkedIn Office by Il Prisma, Madrid – Spain

26 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

“El Patio de Luz” is the central element of the project as it conceptually controls and is the point of convergence of the orbits of all the other spaces, evoking the historical relationship between the Iberian culture and the sun. This space, designed for socialization, communication, and convivial moments, uses a wood pergola, a retro-illuminated ceiling and a reinterpreted traditional ceramic flooring to convey the essence and the quality of the typical Iberian patio.

Cell furniture collection by Sitland

26 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Cell is a system of armchairs and sofas that respond to the new demands of daily life, designed to offer users both a public and, at the same time, a private space.

Buena Onda by CORE, Philadelphia (A.R.E Awards)

26 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

2016 Design Award, Silver Award Winner in Restaurant/Fast Food
Buena Onda by CORE, Philadelphia

Semeli wine bar by Vasilis Papadias, Igoumenitsa – Greece

25 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Taking into consideration the height of the place, we combined properly the traditional materials with modernistic luxury elements. The singularity of the handmade chandeliers dominates the place, which emphasized better by the linear lighting behind the bar and the floor.