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Unilab Workspace by SAV Architecture + Design, Mumbai – India

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The design of the lights forms an important second layer and are composed of a mix of directional slot led lights and free flowing 3M large custom fabricated hexagonal ones that flow across the space.

Cinnamon Kitchen by DesignLSM, Oxford – UK

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The restaurant conveys a sophisticated palette of materials and colours – featuring decorative whitewashed wall paneling, bespoke pendant lighting and luxurious marble finishes; harmonizing together to create a refined ambience that strongly reflects the ethos of the Cinnamon brand.

SONS store by Retail-Fabrikken, Herning – Denmark

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By choosing light coloured wood as Douglas pine in the main furniture the brightness was more visual. Racks and rails in raw aluminum twisted with leather details give the shop it’s powerful masculine feel.

Kostr seafood packaging by Matt Ellis

17 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Kostr’s sustainable fishing techniques allow them to provide the highest quality of nutritious seafood to family and customers. Every person who works with Kostr puts care and attention into choosing only the best seafood for all our products – from the fishermen to the plants to distributors and retailers.

Contemporary women’s department, belle boutique, Magasin du Nord by Office twelve, Copenhagen – Denmark

17 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The new design principles define every moment of the premium in-store experience, down to the smallest detail. Designer collections are presented against a backdrop of high quality finishes featuring solid maple, laser etched branding, concrete plinths, roes gold accents and luxury fitting rooms.

Da Paolo at Marina Bay Sands by ielo design, Singapore

17 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

One of the key challenge of this new restaurant was to cater for different crowd profiles & needs: tourists walking around the bay & exhibition visitors, staff, professionals from the central business district looking for a convenient and cozy atmosphere to have lunch.

Janosik Design Window Showroom by Mjölk, Prague – Czech Republic

17 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Now, the entire showroom looks much cleaner and better-arranged. The light shades of the interior help the windows on display to stand out. Jakub’s wish was to stick to Czech design with the furnishing as well.

BCCI Construction Company Office, San Francisco – California

17 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Designed and constructed by BCCI, the new office was built to meet LEED v4 requirements and the WELL Building Standard which has performance requirements relevant to occupant health for air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort, and mind.

Le Meridien by David Collins Studio, Seoul – Korea

17 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Employing David Collins Studio’s signature sense of refinement and craftsmanship, Le Meridien Seoul blends Parisian opulence with strong mid-century references. To root the hotel to its location, David Collins Studio drew inspiration from traditional Korean arts and crafts.

New Tommy Hilfiger Sportswear concept by rpa:group, Oxford – UK

17 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The new store is a three dimensional fusion of the well known Tommy brand heritage mixed with modern finishes and a bright airy look. The use of large areas of glass in the storefront fill the entire space with natural light that compliments the store’s polished surfaces to give the whole store a contemporary feel.

Desk Snack packaging by Catherine Sneha

16 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Introducing Desk Snack, a nutritious snacking option designed to cater to the needs of the conscious office goer. A set of 5 refreshing snacks, one for each day of the week, has been specially crafted to keep your hunger pangs at bay.

Sonos store, London – UK

16 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The ground floor features homey settings two house-shaped listening rooms, created with various materials and surfaces to improve the acoustics, including rugs, bookshelves and glass, and adorned with colourful artwork by local artists Neil Raitt and Camille Walala.

LES HALLES, restaurant/bistro/shop by ppm planung, Düsseldorf – Germany

16 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The design of the front seating area offers high tables and stools in the typical look of a French Bistro. Industrial pendant lights create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The high tables are best for „Eat & Go“ during rush hours, in the morning and at lunchtime.

Dutch Design Week 2017, Eindhoven – Netherlands

16 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Taking place in an abandoned department store, the surreal atmosphere is achieved by layering translucent plastics, colourful fabrics and iridescent material on the raw industrial concrete.

Richard Crookes Constructions Office by Futurespace, Sydney – Australia

16 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The choice of materials was less about aesthetic and more about creating an experience that is aligned with the objectives of the project. Textured weaves, raw timber, patina metals and naturally aged materials were used to reflect the core of the company’s operation in construction.

Sculptural lighting pendants by Bomma

16 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

These lights, launched in 2016, are based on simple geometric shapes, including a circle, a triangle, a rectangle and an oval. The film shows these being produced through the use of wooden moulds. “Phenomena are what you see at first sight, simply transient likenesses of the eternal and thus not truly real,” said Bomma.

Tomas Sport by Yalin Tan + Partners, Split Croatia

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Tomas Sport by Yalin Tan + Partners, Split – Croatia

The Blue Dog calvados packaging by Panfilov & Yushko CG

15 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

“Blue Dog” is released by a very limited edition – only 53 bottles. Everything from the gathering fruit and bottling to the production of labels and boxes – everything is handmade.

Zizzi fashion store by Martin Jack Busk, Hillerød – Denmark

15 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In future, all new Zizzi stores will be built around this recognisable, stylish concept, which in many ways matches up with current trends.

Yeotown Kitchen by Brand Creative, London – UK

15 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The positioning for Yeotown Kitchen was defined as ‘a mindful food experience’, inspired by the laidback, healthy feel of LA whilst alluding to the the serene nature of the Yeotown British coastal lifestyle. Brand Creative went on to develop the concept from their Dubai studio, combining natural textures with bright pops of colour to envisage a modern, health-conscious city retreat.