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23 November 2011 by retail design blog 51 comments »

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Kloeckner I-Office by Susanne Kaiser, Berlin – Germany

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The result is a table system made of red powder-coated steel, sideboards with space for indoor planting and space for folders, wardrobe and a levitating bar made of steel beams.

Open Borders installation by MAD Architects, Milan – Italy

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The display forms an organically curved sculpture that billows to capture attention and inspires a synergetic conversation between the past and present.

Barin ski resort by RYRA Studio, Shemshak – Iran

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The cave-like design of the accommodation is influenced by the exterior to form curving dome-shaped rooms, in result, enhances the feeling of warmth and a ‘cave’ setting to relax after skiing.

Mirante Educational Consulting Promotional Kit by Amí Comunicação & Design

29 April 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Our main aim was translate the possibilities of different views about math and numbers in a provocative interactive approach. Inside the monocles, there are phrases with some metaphors about how beautiful and interesting can be the relation between math and life.

Zoo York store by Diseño Imagen, Santiago – Chile

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The stores collect the street spirit by using distinctive elements and finishings, evoking the day by day city environment, perfectly contextualizing the world that surround the characters that compose their target audience.

Hunter Gatherer store by TRIAD China, Shanghai – China

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Natural materials, colors and shapes strengthen these characteristics by implementing the original logo and design features.

Asian Art Study Center at John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art by Machado Silvetti, Sarasota – Florida

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The addition’s façade is composed of deep-green, glazed terra cotta tiles that address the client’s requirement of a new monumental entrance. The façade relates to the natural environment of the Museum’s extensive landscape, and its color and chiseled profile are reminiscent of the Cà d’Zan mansion’s ceramic detailing.

Betfair Romania Development office by Morphoza, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

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For the meeting rooms, an important aspect was the multimedia integrated equipment, carefully selected in order to assure efficient communication with all the Betfair divisions from all around the world.

Louis Philippe SS16 Motor Sport concept windows, India

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The background is consciously kept simple & muted with grey as base & symbolic track lines in Navy, white & blue so that the adequate attention was brought to car installation, motor sport graphics & mannequin styling which in actual speak the theme.

Leightons Opticians & Hearing Care by SKK Design, Reading – UK

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Likewise, a restrained palette of surface finishes has been employed to create a bright, clean atmosphere that is at once both contemporary and comfortable; representing Leightons’ desire to cater for all categories of customer.

Advanced Relics exhibition by Dutch Invertuals, Milan – Italy

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In each of their projects, the designers aimed to manifest an idea, a feeling, or a situation – all things that can’t be touched – as a physical item. The objective was to counteract the increasingly digital, and therefore untouchable, world we live in.

Kapital collection by Oeuffice at Carwan Gallery, Milan – Italy

28 April 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

For each of the nine pieces, the studio took cues from on the capitals – or heads – of columns found in the three orders of ancient Greek architecture: Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.

Liska fish labeling system by Stefania Borasca

28 April 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Liska is a labeling system for fish products. At the base of the project is a new classification system that refers to the periodic table of the chemical elements of Mendeleev. Each type of fish has been classified in a manner so as to become a new identification system.

Liu Jo store at Arese department store by Christopher G. Ward, Milan – Italy

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The whole display system is flexible and the brand new prime wall display module is design to detach technical lighting from ceiling, integrating it to the display allowing to have always the correct and most efficient illumination to the product.

Daichi Chicken Cuisine by Lee’s Interior Design, Taipei – Taiwan

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Strong affection entwined by the Japanese house. The fragrance of charcoal fire emitted along with the wooden table by the fireplace. Symbolizing the traces of life made by time, the old rusty marks of the cooking hook still existing at ease after things have changed as time went by.

Nude ‘Simple is beautiful’ stand by Demirden Design, Frankfurt – Germany

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Stand and exhibiting elements let the observer explore the space through senses and its simplicity lies within the loft concept. Plain furniture choices allow nudity of the products to dissolve in the exhibition area.

Macmillan Publishers offices by TPG Architecture, New York City

28 April 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Each floor features an open workspace that is broken up by higher benches that allow for collaboration. Additionally, on each floor there are color coded huddle booths which feature whiteboard walls, phones and privacy booths.

Louis Vuitton Volez, Voguez, Voyagez exhibition, Tokyo – Japan

28 April 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The exhibition is staged at a purpose-built venue in the heart of the city near the grounds of the imperial palace, and presents the company’s history since its foundation in 1854. It does so by way of a series of specially designed settings, presenting a wealth of products from the Louis Vuitton archives in nine differently themed sections.

Won Hundred store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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Against a backdrop of steel-coated panels, concrete, and an expansive mural flashing the brand’s name in artfully applied graffiti, stands a sleek trapezoid display crafted from raw steel, and is the store’s design show piece.

Óculos Óptica by La i design, Vigo – Spain

27 April 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The glasses are the protagonists exhibited in well illuminated furniture spaces that enhance their characteristics. The workshop, that can be seen from the public area, transmits the customers confidence and knowhow by showing the professional and healthcare zones.