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Accor Hotels booth: A Sound Jacuzzi by ateliergh, Paris – France

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This sensory immersive experience offers visitors a relaxing space in which they can be massaged by the beautiful sound creations of Roland and Tobias Cahen while watching the animated visual universe of the 360° video canopy above them.

Booking.com offices by OFFCON, Moscow – Russia

24 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Working together with the local team, the café and breakout areas were designed to be comfortable with large, relaxed seating and ambient lighting. A perfect example of this harmonized work space is the wooden circle in the breakout area, symbolic of fireplaces that were used in ancient tribes.

Altana Lamp by Hub8

24 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

When looking in the lamp’s transparency offers an illusion of structural suspension. Altana’s mirrored effect also reflects a rooms ever-changing atmosphere.

Vanessa Seward store by Laurent Deroo, Los Angeles – California

24 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The elongated space is relatively narrow, but the addition of an expansive skylight optically widens it, allowing in plenty of daylight along the way. Directly below, a trapezoid marble display is installed which follows the countours of the skylight.

Duplex 312 by Kali Architecture, Porto Alegre – Brasil

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The intention to highlight the stage and create a way through the main hall, the position of the new steel staircase introduced a new element: the walkway, which brings a greater connection to the place, allowing an overview of the main and privileged hall stage.

Zaozuo showroom by Nichetto Studio, Beijing – China

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The idea is based upon a blank sheet of graph paper or blank notebook to symbolize endless possibility and creativity. With this concept, a series of bespoke modules and a continuous lattice display system has been created.

Arrowgrass offices by Peldon Rose, London – UK

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In selected suites, special privacy glass can switch from transparent to solid at the touch of a button. In addition, Barrisol stretch canvas ceilings ensure excellent acoustics and advanced integrated audio visual equipment enables Arrowgrass to stay connected and present in style.

Colin’s Butchery by Bubblefish, Sydney – Australia

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Colin’s Butchery by Bubblefish, Sydney – Australia

Sony PlayStation store by studio IMA, Sejong – South Korea

23 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The blue light on the wall and the blue ring on ceiling represent identity of the brand well. The blue light breaks the monotony of the wall and connects the space.

Céline store, Milan -Italy

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Inside, the understatement continues, captured by clean lines and the use of natural materials. Walls and ceiling a dipped in a pristine white hue, paired with terrazzo flooring.

Raise/Raze installation by Hou de Sousa, Washington DC

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The intervention called Raise/Raze invited visitors to construct and deconstruct the interior of a defunct underground tunnel, using block-like modules made of glued-together plastic balls.

The K-Best Western Hotel by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Munich – Germany

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

A holistic design concept is realised here with “Urban Chic” as working theme: Cool nonchalance in the mix of forms and colours, in combination with clean but outlandish elements.

SOFISTICADA branding by Robinsson Cravents

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

SOFISTICADA branding by Robinsson Cravents

Chuang x Yi: The Modular Lilong by Lukstudio, Shanghai – China

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Despite the clear boundary between the stone pavement and the wooden flooring, the open display allows a fluid visual dialogue between the urban lane and the elegantly stacked houses.

Tekhnikum restaurant, Moscow – Russia

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows show generously off the indoor setting, and lure in passers-by. The lofty space is clearly inspired by mid-century aesthetics, but it’s paired with a variety of modern light fixtures to lend it a distinctly contemporary feel.

World of Illusion underground passageway by Naruse Inokuma Architects, Tokyo – Japan

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The Tokyo-based studio decided to install a combination of lighting and mirrors to create a dramatic atmosphere. The mirrors are placed in strategic locations to reflect the surrounding stores and influence a sense of spaciously and vivacity in the narrow underground passage.

Silicon Valley Staffing Group Offices by Kava Massih Architects, Oakland – California

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

To open up the interior, we removed the dropped ceiling to expose the existing roof joists, and added skylights to bring in natural light. Curved and angled walls below the joists create a sense of movement and expansion when walking along the hallway.

Coach – Hangtags windows 2016 by Booma Group, Worldwide

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The window represent the iconic symbol of Coach bags, its hangtag. Made in different finishings, crackled, terracota, leather and gold leafs, it has also the ballchains details that measures 1.5m.

Links of London store by Sheridan&Co, Toronto – Canada

22 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

In order to tone down the imposing austerity of stately looking interiors and mix heritage with modernity, a number of carefully curated and quirky props were introduced for the ‘story wall’ that would enrich the Links of London brand story around its jewelry and inject a touch of eccentric British humor to the space.

Saks Fifth Avenue installation by Unitfive Design, Toronto – Canada

21 July 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The installation consists of 47 rose champagne-tinted trees that stretch from floor-to-ceiling and grow outwards with delicate branches.