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Godrej Interio B2B store by Four Dimensions, Pune – India

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To create spatial interest, platforms are used in different finishes across the store. Flooring overlays in parquet and carpets used in sync with the ceilings help create different interesting highlights across the store to draw interest to the offerings.

Svartsjö packaging by Josefine Johansson & Kinna Andersson & Viktor Andersson

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We invented what we call a “secuesleeve”(secure & sleeve), to protect the packaging, and eliminate the plastic bag while carrying it home. It can also tell you if the package has been opened.

PERSONAL POINT Store by A3 Vision, Shengyang – China

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The thin-lines framed house, iron handing rods and large partitions of show window, and the whole wall boards of locker room, constitute the balance and conflict between dots, lines and faces through different volumetric relationships.

Mammoth café bar by Kalos Eidos, Seattle – Washington

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To create a sense of unity between the different areas, beige wall tiles, blonde wood tables and green metal stools feature throughout.

Saleh Barakat Gallery by LEFT, Beirut – Lebanon

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The cascading nature allows visual continuity between upper and lower levels, and daylight to pierce its way down to the basement.

Infinum office by Brigada, Zagreb – Croatia

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The office becomes a cozier place with a bit of subtle humor found in details such as the names of these spaces or unexpected details such as satellite antennas.

DENIM PERSONA by CHiNGLiSH Concepts

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The main purpose of this project DENIM PERSONA was to use recycled denim jeans and create art pieces from it. In creating this project I think it was very important that we kept the “raw” personality of denim jeans and applying it like a sculpture so there was no cutting, sewing or any use of fashion technical skills.

DuaVivo store by Four Dimensions, Bangalore – India

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The perimeter walls that present the store offerings is made of a base cement texture wall with features panels in epoxy painted glass and marble for presenting the luxury offerings.

Blackzmith eyewear shop by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

23 August 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

We lined up white coloured panels in the form of an arch to combine with a black background to not only highlight the shop space but also give the refined feeling to the customer.

Citiesocial office by KELLY LEE Design, Taipei – Taiwan

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The open office fully utilizes the large curtain walls for natural light. Cement walls and PVC tiles provide a rustic and minimal style that is enhanced by a touch of wood.

RICCA bar by Roito, Tokyo – Japan

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Guests can see various colors and reflected lights because of the feature of the hologram sheets and they appear to be fluttering flowers. I added half-transparent red color film on the resin objects to create a more bewitching atmosphere in the lounge area.

Pékműhely packaging by Zsófi Paszternák

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My whole project was built on a wordplay, since Pékműhely means Baker Workshop in Hungarian. I paired the pastries and sweats with tools, such as a screwdriver or a saw. With this logic, I built the logo and a bunch of icons.

The Gallery by Retailpartners, Zurich – Switzerland

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The Gallery by Retailpartners, Zurich – Switzerland

Sibir bar, Moscow – Russia

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Occupying a lofty space that’s still marked by an industrial past, it’s divided into a lower floor and mezzanine floor, flooded by daylight that enters through large windows on either side.

Kathmandu office by Creative Spaces, Christchurch – New Zealand

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Timber recycled from earthquake salvage lines the reception walls, concrete around the core of the building is exposed, and the café joinery has a dark and moody metropolitan feel.

Soma Glass Water Bottle

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The Soma glass water bottle is lightweight and durable, holds 17 oz. and features a soft silicone sleeve. Our natural bamboo cap is leak-proof and made from a renewable resource. The smooth mouth design delivers a comfortable drinking experience.

Aesop store by Norman Kelley, Chicago – Illinois

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Black steel shelves and alcoves laid into these brick walls serve as simple, eye-catching product displays, while low-profile armoires made from black-stained white oak serve as stylish cash desks and demonstration areas.

Daily Roast cafe by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

22 August 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Whitespace furnished the space with mostly wooden materials that provide a good contrast with white and tan tiling, filling the space with a soft, warm and friendly atmosphere.

Le Petit Marseillais soap branding by Marion Fagnot

22 August 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The universe of the brand is so oriented around the Botanical, Nature and Authenticity. Botanical, guideline for the realization of the packaging box of 3 soaps of the new range Le Petit Marseillais since it highlights the perfume soaps, namely : Watermelon/Strawberry, Orange/Mango and Banana/Kiwi.