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Der Salzburger Hof hotel by Raumstory, Salzburg – Austria

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The front-counter is the central element in the lobby and combines the check-in-desk with a sweet café, where you can consume regional goodies and the best Viennese coffee. The crafted furniture comes in oak wood and is arranged with colorful traditional „Dirndelkleid“ fabrics.

Yuheng Tea brand identity & packaging by Onion Design Associates

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Yuheng Tea brand identity & packaging by Onion Design Associates

Green Ladder pavilon by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Sydney – Australia

28 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The pavilion acts as a physical link connecting visitors and nature. Ultimately becomes more than form, function and beauty, but a catalyst between human – nature.

Casa Alitalia lounges by Studio Marco Piva, Rome, Milan – Italy

28 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The intense, all-encompassing perception fully reflects those characteristics Italy is renowned for. Both the form and the idea of a gateway leading into Casa Alitalia are reflected in the concept of a large doorway leading into an italian building, a passage that takes guest from the chaotic airport environment, into a calm, inviting, sophisticated space.

Hex – Roll organiser by Saif Faisal

28 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

‘Hex’ is a new typology of product; which could be quite dear to Architects, Designers and Artists; it can beautifully organize those unruly rolls of drawings and sketches in the studio.

Office at Hong Kong Plaza by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

28 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The new volume is lit with two distinct light sources: sideways natural light from the existing windows at one end, and static light from a new ceiling aperture created at the opposite end. Between the two light sources, a series of objects are placed longitudinally along the line of symmetry.

Sarma Stool by Sebiha Macit

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Scoubidou plastic threads were used to replace the old fashioned rattan weave, and a well thought out wrapping method was acquired. Plastic was used for comfort, European Oak handles were used for touch and appearance and metal was used for strength and lightness.

de Bijenkorf flagship store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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De Bijenkorf’s transformation has been in full swing during the past few years and it’s now reaching its final stage with the reopening a refurbished ground floor, obviously the most prestigious section of the premises, and now awash with swathes of white marble and sleek furnishings and displays.

CA Technologies offices by Setter Architects, Herzliya – Israel

27 July 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

CA Technologies offices by Setter Architects, Herzliya – Israel

Andronikos Hotel by KLab, Santorini – Greece

27 July 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

For headboards and closet doors, KLab used local woods perforated with patterns. Sofas and beds in organic, rounded shapes were custom built.

Cachaça packaging by Estúdio Caboclo

27 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Cachaça is a distilled spirit made from sugarcane juice. This cachaça is a tribute to Indigenous and African-Brazilian culture. The copper color of Brazilian Indian skin and the scratched points of Umbanda make this work.

TAKAMI BRIDAL by acca Inc., Tokyo – Japan

27 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Nestled there just in time in the city has been refined of perching or of such appearance, Dress room that can be seen through the glass. The space configuration to feel the formality that is configured to symmetry.

Shukufuku Japanese Bento restaurant by Rptecture Architects, Melbourne – Australia

27 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Using their geometric brand logo as inspiration, a visually dynamic design language emerged. Featuring natural materials such as timber and rope, the neutral toned materials palette is juxtaposed with ‘pops’ of their corporate colours, blue and yellow.

Tudsbery Health & Wellbeing Centre by 3DReid, Edinburgh – UK

27 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Through extensive use of timber cladding, both inside and out, the project offers a warm and inviting environment for those who visit, many of whom suffer from anxiety-related conditions.

Wide tiles collection by Ceramiche Refin

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Wide tiles collection by Ceramiche Refin

Rimowa concept store, London – UK

27 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

It is a very design-oriented concept store, showing how luggage specialists are now adopting the imagery typical of fashion and luxury goods.

Dover Street Market, London – UK

26 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Each level aligns with a theme, with the Kawakubo-conceived Iconic Dover Street Hut welcoming customers at the entry level, a gold-plated first floor, a second floor with a ‘Metal Dinosaur’ and black and white cut-out shapes filling the third.

BREAKING THE BARRIERS exhibition by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

26 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The physical movement of spinning panels to the front of the space changes the message from a question to a solution. Individual podiums showcase the relevant equipment, each with a very personal and moving example of the issues and opportunities.

The Kafe – Yard by PHAMQUANGDUC, Hanoi – Vietnam

26 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The boundary between the indoor and outdoor are blurred. The garden was covered with a glass canopy that shields us from rain. Here, you can take a sip from your cup of coffee while simultaneously enjoying the sunrays filtering through the leaves and appreciating the playful chipmunks.

Sheva packaging by Maya Goldberg

26 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Inspired by the graphic language of the 50’s when Israel was in it’s diapers. A time that agriculture and farming were at it’s peak. Sheva, Is a nostalgia of those beautiful modest and delicate times with a modern twist.