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Can Casi Bed and Breakfast by Coblonal Arquitectura, Regencós – Spain

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Can Casi is the palace of the little luxuries. Waking up with the morning light passing through the window, discovering from the bed details you had not seen the night before. You can also have a good shower and go stairs down to have a breakfast barefooted on the grass.

Dalehead branding by Kaleidoscope

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Dalehead is one of the largest meat processors in the UK. Kaleidoscope created a brand that not only reflected its values and beliefs in good husbandry and high standards of welfare, but Dalehead’s dedication to all aspects of production, butchery and final delivery.

Antonio&Co. store by A+D design, Warsaw – Poland

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The interior is a duo of white and gray, stucco and canvas, which warms up a bit palatial atmosphere. No object is here by accident: modern, acrylic furniture (transparent chairs by Philippe Starck) live in harmony with classic touches.

HOT HOT Nightclub by Estudio Guto Requena, São Paulo – Brazil

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The light is provided by huge LED displays, which unfold through the entire ceiling, and enters the staircase area and the lounge upstairs, like a living organism. Digital technology and peeling walls, beams and roof merge in this environment, emphasizing the proposed project.

Grit sandpaper covered furniture by Avi Fedida

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The project introduces innovation in terms of materials and techniques that create texture by grinding a rich variety of wood on the paper. The sand paper is integrated within white oak constructions, which is built in fine craft carpentry and remained as exposed as possible.

Transport and Logistic Company Office building by 4PLIUS Architects, Kaunas – Lithuania

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Companies‘ brand colours were used in the interior, a soothing white colour dominates in the work areas, while a combination of green glass, light-brown wood and black were chosen for the common areas.

Boo installation by Daan Roosegarde, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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Boo installation by Daan Roosegarde, Amsterdam – Netherlands

Danuri Kangnam store by Hyunjoon Yoo Architects, Seoul – Korea

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Danuri Kangnam store by Hyunjoon Yoo Architects, Seoul – South Korea

KILLSPENCER and PUBLIC SCHOOL collaboration for special OPS backpack 2.0

19 August 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Limited Edition Collaboration between Public School and KILLSPENCER manufactured at the KILLSPENCER Storefront and Workshop in Los Angeles by a small team of passionate master craftsmen + women. The collaboration consists of two products, a Special Ops Backpack 2.0 and Weekender 3.0 featuring hand-quilted Public School details in a special pressed Italian matte leather.

Milk packaging design by Berangere Marchal

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Milk packaging design by Berangere Marchal.

Brooks Brothers store by Stefano Tordiglione, Hong Kong

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Stefano Tordiglione Design captures the long-standing traditions of esteemed clothing brand Brooks Brothers in IFC with the new concept design.

Criniti’s restaurant, Australia

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A chain of Italian restaurants in Australia, Criniti’s, generate a rustic atmosphere with a range of architectural lighting.

Planophore shelves by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby

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Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have designed Planophore as a dual-purpose room divider and book shelf.

Veritas office by AOS Belgium, Kontich – Belgium

19 August 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

AOS Belgium has designed a new office space for clothing retailer Veritas which is located in Kontich, Belgium.

New Art Centre exhibition – Installation by Joseph Walsh

19 August 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Irish designer Joseph Walsh never ceases to amaze us with his otherworldly furniture designs, which seem to have touched earth directly from another world where imagination reigns supreme.

Todd Snyder store in Tokyo – Japan

18 August 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Things are going well for new york-based menswear designer todd snyder. Previously honing his skills at both Ralph Lauren and J.Crew, he decided to launch his own brand in 2011. After opening up shop in Nolita, he has followed up a previous pop-store by boldly planting a flag in Tokyo’s boutique-infested Shibuya neighbourhood.

Reethi Rah resort by One&Only, North Malé – Maldives

18 August 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Located on North Malé’ atoll, in the constantly-fascinating Maldives, Reethi Rah five-star resort developed by One&Only, awaits guests with great services and an array of activities, making each holiday here memorable.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil packaging by Steves & Co.

18 August 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Packagin Project Commisioned by Piscopo Gardens to deliver gourmet Extra Virgin Olive Oil in a bespoke media.

Chair and lighting design by Ecole Boulle

18 August 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

École Boulle graduate Benoît Malta has designed a chair with two legs and a light that switches itself off in an effort to tackle the lack of physical activity in modern lifestyles.

Il Mammut bar by Davide Coluzzi

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Il Mammut bar by Davide Coluzzi