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23 November 2011 by retail design blog 48 comments »

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Alienware theme store and internet café by Gramco, Kunming – China

27 June 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Inspired by the brand concept “ALL POWERFUL”, taking advantage of the five-meter-high ceiling of the store, this design uses lighting fixture which extends down from the top, and makes the ceiling design a corresponding style with the display desks.

Underhub language school and coworking space by Emil Dervish Architect, Kiev – Ukraine

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Colored lines with names of the underground stations on the floor, which lead from reception to auditoriums, themed posters, vintage sign “way out”, red box like а underground car in section and other details take us to London Underground atmosphere.

Hostel CONII by Estudio ODS, Quarteira – Portugal

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The wet areas finished with small tiles 10x10cm and an industrial wood panel OSB that is present in every space of the hostel, in furniture, flooring in bedrooms, the bunk beds, the kitchen and the wainscoting.

Plast-O packaging by Maïa Faddoul

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

This new packaging was born simply by reversing the initial box and screen printing the informations of the new product in the virgin side. The bandages are all connected and sealed within a thin paper sleeve, similar to a tape roll inside of the box. Where the roll comes out of the box is small set of metal teeth used to rip off the amount of bandages needed.

Brugge La Chocolatier by Four Dimensions, Pune – India

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Bird cages, wall mounted chairs, a bicycle, baskets, and glass bowl like decorative lighting and a kids’ toy streetscape and a chocolate bar like ceiling add the brand proprietary emotive touch to the store environment. Messaging across the store help add emotive and meaningful conversations in the environment.

La Bottega Trattoria restaurant by Sestini & Corti, Geneva – Switzerland

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The result of the project is a fusion of industrial elements, reclaimed materials like wooden planks for the tables or the old Tuscan terracotta bricks, very modern and clean lines for the iron/glass cabinets and concept spaces like the incredible and unique wine cellar.

Beishu Gallery by Sasaki Architecture & Atelier O, Tokyo – Japan

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Beyond the gallery, steel shelves float in overlaying rows in the iconic showroom zone. Each set of dolls hover in its own small world, like in emaki-mono (picture scrolls) where each scene is depicted between the golden clouds.

Real Good Food Development Centre by Studio 48 London, Liverpool – UK

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The Renshaw Academy, with its panelled grey wall, granite splashbacks, bespoke marble top work counters that are infinitely flexible within the space, stylish stools, sleek LED screens from the ceiling and stunning photography creates the perfect environment to teach and learn the craft of decoration.

Void V03P women’s watch

27 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The V03P is the first women’s watch from Void. The timepiece is a scaled-down version of Void’s previous designs and features a narrow leather strap and a 28 millimetre case.

Serge DeNimes Pop-up Store 2016 by SFD, London – UK

27 June 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Using raw and industrial materials like spruce pine, concrete and untreated steel – with clean white finishes elsewhere – sfd designed a contrast between the interior’s starkness and the vivid shopfront.

Potato Head Hong Kong by Sou Fujimoto Architects, Hong Kong

26 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Potato Head Hong Kong’s design showcases a deft mix of contemporary and traditional influences through lightweight metal fixtures with heavy crafted teak wood. The mixed-used space evokes a residential feel with distinct areas that organically flow into each other.

Pavilion Dou by Jingxiang Zhu at Venice Architecture Biennale, Venice – Italy

26 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The prefabricated volume is described as a ‘Checkered Playroom’ for a kindergarten to be based in a remote region of Western China.

Favor Offices, Austin – Texas

26 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Favor employees helped to hand select and design every piece of furniture and fixture in the office, while music fills the common areas with an employee controlled Spotify playlist. Employee feedback was further incorporated into the office design, with an abundance of whiteboard walls and breakout areas throughout the office to encourage open collaboration.

Bestours Summer window display by Mateo Fumero, Barcelona – Spain

26 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

This Fresh window display was designed as an old theater set, with the 8 printed and cutted layers LED bottom lighted, 2 meters depth, the optical illusion of perspective is spectacular and scenical.

Lock & Be Free shop by Wanna One, Madrid – Spain

26 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

All the materials combine two terminations; mate (floor) and shine (walls and lockers) this trick is able to provide a volume sensation to the shop, even than the real area has only 30 m2, thanks to this, it looks much bigger and you avoid the narrow sensation.

Coca-Cola HQ canteen by Stone Designs, Madrid – Spain

25 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

We have generated a cozy and familiar space, where users feel like at home and where communication is fluent and sincere among colleagues. Every element is thought for living it with all 5 senses, because the Coca-Cola experience consists in much more than just being a drink.

Summer house at Serpentine Galleries by Barkow Leibinger, London – UK

25 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The new Summer House is organized as four bands of structure beginning with a bench level attached to the ground, a second band of three C-shaped walls crowned by a third and fourth level which forms a roof that cantilevers a tree-like canopy over the smaller footprint defined by the undulating loops of bench wood.

Due Point Financial Services Offices by Onepointzero & Karpinski Design, Johannesburg – South Africa

25 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Featuring strongly on the client side was the need for numerous breakout areas and meeting rooms where business partners can host perspective clients both in a formal and informal setting.

Hack flexible desk systems by Konstantin Grcic for Vitra

25 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Hack’s height adjustment feature allows users to stand while they work, sit at a traditional height desk, or lower to the bottom for lounging.

Alexandre Zouari boutique by ORANGE design, Hong Kong

25 June 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The capsule display shelf reflected a jet-set structure of display which is especially appropriate for airport store; in which the glassy shelf shown a strikingly beautiful sparkles shinning products from above that are waiting to be discovered by visitors.