Feel free to submit your story

23 November 2011 by retail design blog 28 comments »

Dear Visitors,
Thank you for visiting our site regularly.
We would like to point out some opportunities we offer through our site. If you’re an architect, designer or creative type, please feel free to submit your story. You can do this by sending your projects including photos and a short description to artica@mobilia-artica.hu. After a few days we will review and post your submitted projects in the following topics:

Store design – Branding – Fashion & Design – Exhibit design – Hotels & Restaurants – Visual Merchandising – Office design

So you could have greater publicity! Please pass this information to your friends too!
Thank you:

Harvest Market by Redesign Group, Calais – France

17 April 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

A combination of natural stone cladding and natural stained oak has been integrated into the concept in keeping with the Harvest Market brand image. The materials provide a durable finish to the high use areas.

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – VIBIA

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Vibia is located in Barcelona (Spain), a design culture hub and knowledge cluster where we have been able to drive the capabilities of our industrial and service providers and create a top-class team of collaborators.

Nana’s green tea café by KAMITOPEN Hiroshima – Japan

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

A tea room built inside hakusetsuro has wooden frameworks with a lot of sumigaki (an outline of a picture written in India ink) and it is considered to be an important building in terms of tea room construction of late Edo era.

END. x Tricker’s Two Tone Capped Super Boot

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

One of the greatest names in shoemaking, Tricker’s have been handmaking the finest bespoke footwear since 1829 and we’re very pleased to be able to continue working on our highly limited collaboration.

Tom Greyhound boutique by Architecture & Associés, Paris – France

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Throughout the boutique, Pogiolli and Beucler kept the minimalist A-line wooden racks lightweight and mobile – a move that should satisfy Kang’s intention to host movie screenings and art shows.

Pizza Napoletano Café by BaNANA OFFICE, Tokyo – Japan

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Pizza Napoletano Café by BaNANA OFFICE, Tokyo – Japan

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – Leds-C4

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

At LEDS-C4 we manufacture lighting solutions to suit our customers’ specific requirements, whatever they may be. We offer an exclusive and comprehensive service encompassing advice, design and manufacture of bespoke solutions.

BGV office by design2sense, Karlsruhe – Germany

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The existing office building of the BGV was gutted and completely revitalised using high quality materials. We optically reduced the building’s complexity by focussing on white, black and beige colors.

adidas Original’s & The Farm Company Collection visual merchandising by AGE Isobar, Brazil

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Tucanário, Borboflor, Frutaflor and Floralina prints developed specially developed for the new feminine collection were used in all materials like windows, shelves, displays, hangers.

Kubrick Bookshop and MOMA Movie Centre by One Plus Partnership, Beijing – China

17 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The shop is divided into the movie bookshop and information center, the design concept with the trace of cinema is applied into these spaces. Visitors’ sight would be drawn to the random-like located joinery pieces, which has made with the form just like stacked bookshelves.


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Louis Vuitton Townhouse at Selfridges by Curiosity, London

16 April 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Inside department store Selfridges in London, the three-storey Louis Vuitton ‘townhouse’- a play between tradition and contemporary fashion – awaits. To create a dialogue between old and new, designers Curiosity played with the visual effects of soft and sharp focuses.

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – Darø

16 April 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Darø a/s is a danish design and production company situated in the center of Denmark. For three generations, we have been working to design and develop lamps in high quality for private and project market.

Gemini chair for Artifort by UNStudio

16 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Gemini for Artifort has been designed as individual furniture pieces which can be placed as single seating elements, in pairs or in groups of various sizes and configurations. The concept for the design of the chair centers on flexibility of movement, versatility in seating positions and variety in spatial experiences.

Safilo glasses capsule collection by Marc Newson

16 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

To celebrate its 80‐year anniversary, Safilo introduces a special series of glasses created in collaboration with Marc Newson, which was unveiled during Salone del Mobile in Milan.

The One Cinema by One Plus Partnership, Hong Kong

16 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The ticket box counter located in the middle of the entrance lobby circles and emerges from the floor along its oval perimeter, and transformed into a “film roll” in white oak finish.

Cabana Brasilian barbecue restaurant, London – UK

16 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Cabana Brasilian barbecue restaurant, London – UK

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – MODOLUCE

16 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Modoluce is a strong, Italian brand with 10 years experience & activity in the lighting & interiors industry. Recognised for its research of natural materials, processes & form, the company is renowned for its creative freedom, resulting in the continuous strengthening of the company.

JWT Headquarters by Mathieu Lehanneur, Paris – France

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JWT Headquarters by Mathieu Lehanneur, Paris – France

LIBERTY Scan to See windows 2013, London

16 April 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Shrouded in mystery, each pane of glass features a broken down object and an intriguing clue accompanied by a QR code. Scan the QR panel with a code reader app on your smart phone or tablet, and all the answers behind our display will be revealed.

La Donna fashion store by HEIKAUS, Regensburg – Germany

16 April 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Wood, smoked mirrors and brass are the dominant materials of the fashion store. They form a clear room concept that conveys clarity and orientation. The goods are presented on straight-lined middle space cubes and bars – sorted by colours.