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23 November 2011 by retail design blog 64 comments »

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Altıntar Agriculture Company offices by KST Architecture & Interiors, Antalya – Turkey

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Carpet tiles used to soften the effect of the concrete floors’ rigidity of lounge, meeting rooms and the management floor at the building. Expended steel sheet used on ceilings to delineate modern and institutional ceiling floor.

LeGrow Smart Garden by Winmart Design

28 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

These cubes can act as LEGO blocks, allowing for owners to stack and expand their gardens into a variety of shapes and designs. A dual-bulb LED Grow lamp provides ample light to nourish multiple plants within the garden in low-light and no-light environments.

INDIGO packaging by Fabula Branding

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A visual fragmentation of the syllables gives playfulness to the INDIGO name. The contrast and stylish gradient present the product favorably on the shelf.

Caramel boutique by centdegrés, Kiev – Ukraine

28 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Flowers, stripes, checks, uni-shade and Scottish gingham: each new collection presents dashing and mischievous pieces in every color and shape.

Zhanjiang Race Steak House by C.DD, Zhanjiang – China

28 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The contrast of different materials as white wall, wood and leather make a richly textured space. Green brings a sense of vividness and nature to the space. Attention to details is reflected in furnishing, where leather, wood and steel create a historical feeling and black chairs and white tables make the space clean and tidy.

Pedrali Solid Geometry by CalviBrambilla at Salone del Mobile 2017, Milan – Italy

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Within the Solid Geometry set up (#PedraliSolidGeometry), covering 800 square metres, visitors will admire the collections wrapped in niches with geometrical shapes, placed along an exhibit itinerary opened by a petroleum blue grid that recalls the virtual space of histograms used in architecture.

LPL Financial offices by tvsdesign, Fort Mill – South Carolina

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Programmed as a campus for nearly 2,500 employees and visitors that promotes a healthy workplace lifestyle, the first phase shares a lakefront environment with the amenities of the Fort Mill new town and is connected to the greater Kingsley nature preserve’s network of jogging, biking and equestrian trails.

At Six hotel by Universal Design Studio, Stockholm – Sweden

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The monochrome interior contrasts shades of warm grey and highly textured natural materials with soft furnishings and classic furniture editions. The aim was to reinterpret the brutalist aesthetic of the building and the immediate architectural landscape of Brunkebergstorg Square.

Prada store, Paris, London, Milan

28 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Folding screens date back to the Han dynasty of ancient China, but Prada makes particular reference to a painting from an original 18th century Chinese screen. The painting has been reinterpreted and modernized with a contemporary palette representative of the brand, its floral designs – a classic motif for spring – highlighted with stencilling in white and turquoise.

Kaminario Office by Studio Samuelov, Needham – Massachusetts

27 April 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The finishing material schema, which was conceived to reflect the brand’s story, combines longevity and sturdy character, such as dismantled bricks, recycled wood, refinishing and polishing the native concrete floors of the building, etc., to resonate the RECOLLECTIONS theme.

L’Amandier hotel, Marrakech – Morocco

27 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Each villa accentuates L’Amandier’s philosophy of uniting a contemporary European design aesthetic with traditional Moroccan artistry and sustainable materials, think tadelakt walls, bejmat tiles and local walnut wood for the furniture.

Skt.Mafia store by ANGATU, Vila Velha – Brazil

27 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Located in Vila Velha – Brazil, the location experienced allows for diverse use as a skate park, store, event space and bar.

SAIKAI Snacks & tea packaging

27 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The idea was to create packaging and visual concept for Japanese Senbei cookies and green tea on a Swedish market. ​We created the brand SAIKAI, which stands for “until next time”.

Chicago Grill by Mjölk Architects, Liberec – Czech Republic

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The bar itself is made of an old rusty corrugated iron sheet and the wall behind the bar is adorned with basalt bricks and decorated with coloured metal shutters.

Romain Jérôme stand for the SIHH by centdegrés, Suisse

27 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In the midst of numerous game controllers hanging from the ceiling, the beautiful “Game” collection, inspired by iconic 80’s video games, is displayed in extraordinary lighted blow-glass bells

Autodesk Office by White Arkitekter, Stockholm – Sweden

27 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Autodesk’s employees stepping into the new offices in an old industrial building are met by a playful and social workplace that also offers space for focused work.

HUBB Modular Furniture by Mecanoo and Gispen

27 April 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

HUBB is designed for learning environments that see a variety of activities and types of learning. The modular system’s components can be reconfigured as needs change so that institutions won’t have to reinvest again in a few years when they’ve outgrown the previous incarnation.

Magmode store by Rigi Design, Hangzhou – China

27 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Magmode stocks items by Chinese and Asian designers who are at the forefront of fashion, and the brand list currently includes names such as designer Masha Ma’s first men’s line mattitude, Sean Suen’s collection Sean by Sean, and Jiazheng Xu’s arc atelier line.

Eco-Tech Island Exhibition Centre by NBBJ, Nanjing – China

26 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The Nanjing Eco-Tech Island Exhibition Centre was designed by NBBJ as part of a masterplan that will see an island in the Yangtze River transformed into a sustainable park and campus for high-tech innovation.

Club-House by Studio Marco Piva, Shanghai – China

26 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Marco Piva has been appointed to study the best solution for a sample house of a complex of 72 villas, combining an absolutely contemporary sign with traditional Chinese one.