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23 November 2011 by retail design blog 28 comments »

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Roderick Vos Studio showroom, Den Bosch – The Netherlands

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Studio Opinion: Aesthetics. According to Plato every soul desires the good, the true and the beautiful especially artists and artisans! These are absolute and eternal qualities that arise from a single source. So anything that is beautiful is naturally good and true, too. Is this idealistic? Naive?

Goldson glasses by Arnaud Eubelen

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The aim of this project was simple : create a sunglasses family using natural and simple materials as wood and brass and simplified to the maximum its fabrication and its assemblage in view to create a self production.

Yong Jiu bike café by Kyle Chan, Shanghai – China

21 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

This cafe traces how Asia applying history and design into retail industry on top of functional purposes .Transforming the articulation of new visual and conceptual languages from the global vision.

Bunny Drop Cafe brand identity design by YNL

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The owner of this coffee shop wanted a brand identity that uses animal characters to evoke easy and friendly sentiments from the customers. So we used illustrations to create a brand image that people of all ages can like and enjoy.

Wooyoungmi store by Stéphane Ghestem, Paris – France

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Wooyoungmi store by Stéphane Ghestem, Paris – France

SABºC restaurant by Adam Bresnick architects, Barcelona – Spain

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SABºC restaurant by Adam Bresnick architects, Barcelona – Spain

Ariostea GREENPAVILLION 014 by Marco Porpora Architect, Bologna – Italy

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The exteriors of the show-room are made of a continuous three-sided coated perimeter, raised above the platform, in which marmi, pietre and resine are interchanged. The wall system is used to create a higher belt line to filter the natural light and lighten the overall composition of the matters on display.

Ansarda office by Those Architects & End of Work, Sydney – Australia

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A textured and light filled space overlooking Sydney Harbour and the Opera House, with four 9 metre long custom designed workstations, transparent glass and disappearing walls, flexible spaces, cleverly hidden services and technology, bespoke joinery, and ultra fine detailing.

Moncler Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

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Moncler Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

Tokioka Shinsaibashi store by VOIGER, Osaka – Japan

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Based on their request, key point in design is a person who dressed down a luxury bag or watch, like she wears white T-shirt and jeans, carries luxury bag. Based on that key, display racks are casually decorated by denim material.

Bamboo Expo

White Street restaurant by Nella Vetrina, New York – US

20 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

White Street is the newly opened addition to the New York City restaurant scene.Located in TriBeCa, the restaurant has already garnered glowing reviews for both its carefully curated cuisine by Chef Floyd Cardoz and design by Nella Vetrina led by Creative Director, Steven Brister. Within weeks of opening, the restaurant was selected to hold a Democratic fundraiser with President Obama.

Arvak bicycle by Keim Design Studio

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French design studio Keim has partnered up with Breitfuss workshop to create the Arvak Bicycle, which boasts a truly unique design.

Runway office by FME Architecture + Design, San Francisco – US

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The challenge for this design was to create a space for Runway, an invitation-only startup incubator, which would stand out amongst the multitude of San Francisco tech companies.

Versace windows 2014 Fall, Milan – Italy

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Versace windows 2014 Fall, Milan – Italy

11teamsports flagship store, Berlin – Germany

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11teamsports flagship store, Berlin – Germany

Tokyo Sushi by Mima Design, Sydney – Australia

18 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The sushi train services the timber booth seating which caters for small groups, and individual diners seated up at the counter. The material palette exudes a sense of elegance and simplicity, in keeping with the Japanese ethos.

Architect’s Jewellery by Diego Delgado-Elias

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AMS-IX office by New Purpose, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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We created an interior design in line with the clients’ identity as well as the character of the building itself. This resulted in ca. 60 workplaces, 10 meeting rooms and a board room (top floor), realized in a chique design style without going over the top.

Hogan Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

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Hogan Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

COREDO MUROMACHI complex by A.N.D., Tokyo – Japan

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Using materials familiar to Japanese culture and climate, the comfortable and pleasing rhythm and vibrancy of the period was recreated here with a fresh, new design suited to modern times.