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23 November 2011 by retail design blog 58 comments »

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FOLK collection by Dare to Rug

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The designs are created by repeating stylised Romanian motifs and are available in three different colour combinations printed with the Aquajet technique. Forbo’s Aquajet water cutting technology enables reproduction of the most intricate designs and allows for endless creativity in floor design.

Merry Berry Cafe by Viacheslav Mariyanovskiy, Odessa – Ukraine

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The basic idea was to bring new life into the well-known and popular Odessa cafe chain still preserving the brand recognition. The project realization was held in a fast track involving Ukrainian furniture and decor manufacturers, such as VENKO, Eskada-M, MUF Design Crew.

El Cantizal Extra Virgin Olive Oil packaging by Alice Pesenti

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The objective was to create an image that could express the warm and powerful energy of Andalucía, and also to create a unique brand that stands out from its competitors.

SuperModelFit by ASIG Design, Shanghai – China

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

One of the driving concepts for the brand is creating a homey, bright, comfortable space for its all-women clientele to exercise in an environment that emphasizes no judgments.

Bouet restaurant by Ramon Esteve Estudio, Valencia – Spain

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The architecture is not the aim here: we create places where things happen, where you can enjoy being surrounded by the atmosphere, the sounds and the warm lighting. In conclusion, a place where you can be happy in the easiest and more traditional way: around the table.

Pop-up cinema by Scott Whitby Studio

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Called the Caution Cinema, the mobile screening room is designed to ensure that Britain’s port workers remain engaged when learning behaviour practices that could one day save their lives. London office Scott Whitby Studio chose to take a space that would be familiar to all workers, but to make it “startlingly alien”.

Morgan Randall Office by ME&C Creative, London – UK

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Completed on site in just 7 weeks the project used a Pharos lighting system with complete control of all 16000 LEDS, Bespoke joinery, furniture from Orangebox, a huge 9 screen video wall, carpeting by Westbond laid in pixelated format and 1200x1200mm polished concrete tiling to the reception area.

Say My Name pendant light by Northern Lighting

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Surrender flagship store by Asylum, Singapore

18 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The store is situated on the ground floor of 268 Orchard road, a sleek multi-storey mall which opened in 2014, smack on Singapore’s most popular shopping mile. The modern store design, created by Acclaimed Singaporean Design Studio Asylum, is totally compatible with the steel-and-glass aesthetic of the location.

Furniture made of steam-bent and twisted wood by Bar Gantz

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The designer has found that twisting the material offers much more intriguing shapes — thus implementing it in every product. However, the biggest challenge has been to adjust the aesthetical quality of the twist with the functional structure of each product.

Guangxi Silkgarden Resort and Spa by Shenzhen Rongor Design & Consultant Co, Guangxi – China

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Silkgarden Resort and Spa, is situated at this pastoral scene, which is described with the verse “Fairy water falls on earth, and beautiful scenery is looming in the mist.

Almay Cosmetics packaging by Brittany Scannicchio

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The goal of this redesign was to showcase Almay’s use of gentle and non-irritating ingredients that work for all complexions. Dynamic geo-patterns were used to represent the unique attributes of each woman’s skin as well as the color-coded shade system to position Almay as an all-inclusive brand.

FaceGym flagship store by Prop Studios, London – UK

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In order to showcase the brand and all its unique selling points, Prop Studios created a truly unique window scheme with the brand’s ‘future retro’ aesthetic concept at the forefront.

Pershic café by Verno, Bilbao – Spain

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In the process, the design consultancy Verno sought to preserve the origin of the space and managed to adapt its past to this new future by making use of some of the most emblematic items of the old carpet shop to enhance the ambience and history of the Pershic.

Jockey Club Life Journey Center by Clifton Leung Design Workshop, Hong Kong

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Through a 60 minutes innovative and interactive “time tunnel” journey enriched by multi- media exhibits, demonstrations, audio and visual effects, participants are inspired and to create cognitive and affectionate enlightenment in understanding the life journey, in accepting being old and treasure time, in building empathy and respect elderly in the society.

Jones Lang Lasalle Office by Design Transit, Bangalore – India

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The spatial layout majorly has a central core with all the closed spaces with the workstations enveloping the core in an L shaped profile, with the reading lounge and leadership area in the point of conjunction of the arms being an open office, the hierarchy is reflected in design elements. The ceiling and flooring changes rhythmically in the open office to demarcate the different spaces and hierarchy.

Dimarcos Christmas windows 2016 by Elit Visual, Bucaramanga – Colombia

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The spotligth in the window was a tree with lights and paper flowers with half inch hanging white cloth tapes with small cristal clear snowflakes at the end. Each tree was made of many pieces of a death tree branches chopped by local Fire Deparment one night after a huge storm that destroyed the woods in a park in our city.

Mon Purse store by FormRoom, London – UK

17 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Taking inspiration from the studio spaces of high-end fashion designers, Formroom looked to combine materials swatches and hardware samples with bespoke cabinetry a in a combination of marble, mirror and gold tones. Large digital screens and iPads in store also allow customers to custom build their bags online from within the store.

Insight Creative offices by Yellow 6 Design, Auckland – New Zealand

16 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Relocating from character space in Britomart, the challenge was to create a new environment with personality. The new space needed to be energetic and cater for both social and workspace.

Hotel Indigo Edinburgh by Matthews Mee Ltd., Edinburgh – UK

16 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Domestic personal touches extend from room numbers embossed and engraved in genuine leather to Harris Tweed furniture and clean-lined contemporary bathrooms with marble counter tops and slate flooring laid in traditional Georgian bond and herringbone designs.