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Vanessa Seward boutique by Laurent Deroo, London – UK

27 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Prussian blue, pretty much the brand’s signature colour, adorns the façade, but also extends well into the shop, anchoring a palette of lacquered timber, mirrors, marbled flooring and displays, and warm brass accents.

Organic Kitchen by Liqui Design, Essex – UK

26 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Liqui created an eye-catching interior where the main feature is a ridged structure running through the length of the restaurant. This allows for products to be displayed and for a bit of greenery to be bought into the interior. This all adds up to a restaurant interior space with an airy and natural feel.

“The growroom” for IKEA by space10

26 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Space10 has now released The growroom as open source design that can be built with just a rubber hammer, 17 sheets of plywood, and a CNC milling machine. Produced from only one material, and conceived as serious alternative to the global food model, the design focuses on making assembly as easy and as intuitive as possible. Built as a sphere, the overlapping slices of the free-standing pavilion ensure that water and light can reach vegetation on every level.

Quinnipiac University Brand Strategy Group Office by Amenta Emma Architects, Hamden – Connecticut

26 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Looking out onto this atrium are two enclosed meeting spaces, clad in cork, offering a clever application of material that is both acoustical and tackable for presenting big ideas. The meeting spaces, facing one another across the atrium, promote the cross pollination of ideas between the marketing staff on the first floor and the creative staff on the second.

Barre Fitness by Cutler, Surrey – Canada

26 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The design of Barre Fitness studios is based on the strength behind beauty. Each class and each position is focused on improving both mind and body, and aspects of these were translated into the space. As an organization that strives to empower women, it was important for the environment to support clients’ goals while allowing the brand to shine.

Ruosh store by FRDC, Bangalore – India

26 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

“Ruosh” in sanskrit means “passion”. It is this passion for what is good and the craft of making good shoes is what Ruosh stands for. Breaking codes of typical shoes display and creating a structured panorama of displays through simple geometrically proportioned units created a rythmic and harmonized design for the brand.

MAC.N.CHEESE restaurant by gogongdesign, Seoul – Korea

25 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

South Korea’s mac.n.cheese is a rare food. The space on the disk is strong with heavy colors and material. It shows the unique Korean version of mac.n.cheese.

Thatchers Cider Barn branding by Cookchick Design

25 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Thatchers commissioned CookChick Design to create the brand name and packaging for a new range of premium vintage and limited edition single & dual variety ciders focusing on these very distinctive taste profiles.

Architect’s Den office by UCEdesign Studio, New Delhi – India

25 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The rear cabinet storage loaded with books terminates into a tree foliage at the ceiling. This rear cabinet is designed with thinnest veneer clad sections of 12 mm. Fresh leaf motives run through glass, at the same time blocking the vision at eye level.

Thom Browne Surf Shop installation, Tokyo – Japan

25 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Fully living up to its name, the installation not only features select men’s and women’s pieces from the collection, but also presents the longboards that were carried around by models in the presentation of Thom Browne’s s/s 2017 men’s collection in Paris.

B-No7 store by CuldeSac, Moscow – Russia

25 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Materials such as steel, brass, velvet or natural stones such as onyx are present in a space that has been configured through different stagings. In addition, through the itinerary, it is possible to find elements such as cordoned areas, that –in the same way that happens in large museums- emulate the presence of important art treasures.

La Rambla Camper Store by Kéré Architecture, Barcelona – Spain

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

At the store front, the architecture presents itself as a basic modular shelving system that is devoid of color and texture in order to highlight the objects displayed inside. This simple construction lines the interior of the space, producing the effect of phenomenal depth.

HBO Workspace by Rapt Studio, Seattle – Washington

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The result of the discovery process of Rapt Studio is a workspace that is highly responsive to and supportive of the teams, workflow, and culture that make up HBO Digital Products. Due to the nature of their work, the flexibility and adaptability of the space was paramount.

IntercityHotel by Matteo Thun + Partners, Braunschweig – Germany

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Aesthetic and technical durability are the main characteristics of all IntercityHotels. It is the result of a long tradition of evolutionary advancement. It is about simplicity and clarity. It is more than just simple – it creates an emotional connection between host and guest.

ShopWithMe Pop Up Store by Giorgio Borruso Design, Chicago – Illinois

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

ShopWithMe Pop Up Store by Giorgio Borruso Design, Chicago – Illinois

A Pèl Ancestral sparkling wine packaging by Pagà Disseny

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A Pèl, the first Loxarel sparkling ancestral. This elaboration method is based on stopping the first fermentation. The grape-juice bottles are introduced in the bottle, where the sugars that are left unfermented will finish the fermentation.

Putien Restaurant at Kelapa Gading Mall by Metaphor Interior, Jakarta – Indonesia

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Eclectic design with combination of oriental and contemporary international styling with a hint of class and elegance for a fresh design within this high quality modern Chinese restaurant. The main colours used are teal and natural colours to enhance a sweet and harmonised environment.

Katuaq Cultural Centre by Schmidt Hammer Lassen, Greenland

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, Schmidt Hammer Lassen won an international competition in 1992 to design the building with a proposal intended to reflect Greenland’s dramatic landscape. The 4,800-square-metre Katuaq Cultural Centre of Greenland in Nuuk has survived two decades of the country’s unforgiving climate since opening in 1997.

NASCAR Office by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The ceiling above the reception area features dynamic, curvilinear forms representative of the racetrack itself. The concrete floor has integrated metal inlays that mimic the identical layout of the ceiling pattern, while the angular walls connect the floor and ceiling dynamically.

Red Dog restaurant by designLSM, Nottingham – UK

24 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The main restaurant area is adorned with aged leather banquettes, geometric flooring and a striking ceiling feature constructed out of decorative tin tiles. Our designers retained some existing features from other Red Dog sites including reclaimed pine panels and wall displays of early 19th American century portraits paying homage to the brand’s signature design details.