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23 November 2011 by retail design blog 51 comments »

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Oilily flagship store by UXUS, Antwerp – Belgium

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A series of custom fixtures, grafted to luxury from found objects, create one-of-a-kind displays that enhance the effect of an “Atelier”.

Philips Headquarters office by SBP, Hamburg – Germany

09 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Through the entire building SBP (Seel Bobsin Partner) generated an integral guideline in appearance of standard color-and themes codification. This conceptual stringed elements of color and subject are visible in every room.

Starbucks Tea Boxes branding & packaging by Marie Valencia

09 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The brief was to create a more cost effective, environmentally conscious and visually appealing alternative to the existing package. To answer this, I used corrugated cardboard to replace metal, plastic and other material excesses.

Odette Tea Room by UGO Architecture, Warsaw – Poland

09 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

An asymmetrical grid of brass rods forms a spatial lighting fixture which visually extends into a matching metal shelving framework.

Espaço Espelho d’ Água by DC.AD & Vitor Vicente, Lisbon – Portugal

09 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Visually polluting features have been removed, a non-original structure to the south has been demolished and the overall framework restored.

Julius collection by FÄRG & BLANCHE for GÄRSNÄS

09 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

FÄRG & BLANCHE have been developing the technique of Wood Tailoring™ for several years. Sewing machines are used to stitch directly on to the wood, piecing together different materials and parts.

Centro office by Partners by Design, Chicago – Illinois

09 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Key materials such as a greenery, wood, steel and concrete were used to form elegant and sophisticated tech-centric office space.

Coach Lantern windows by RTOO worldwide, New York City

09 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Lanterns were lit and hat the flair and style of Manhattan street signs and lanterns. All elements were first made by wood with the CnC, then a mold was created to go into roll out.

Cocoa Colony branding by Bravo Company

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Gold was embellished with great intent to emphasise the affection we have for the product. While we strived to be truthful to the Colonial era, authenticity was relaxed for certain touch points intentionally for practicality.

Super Bowl 50 Boutique Design for Benny Gold & Black Scale by Dave Bates, San Francisco – California

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

We created custom logos and signage from chain link fence, built and installed custom lockers for merchandise with paint palates based on SB50, yet work within the tone of the individual shop, and even sourced and refinished stadium seats from the old Tiger Stadium in Detroit.

Sainsbury’s Central London HQ by Pope Wainwright & Wykes, London – UK

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The Sainsbury’s recognised colour palettes are used across bold graphics and signage to act as navigational points across multiple floors.

Libertango room by Seungmo Lim, Seoul – South Korea

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The stainless steel entrance tunnel is crossing the red glass mass (finishing the floor, ceiling and wall entirely with red glass and red glass tile).

Visual Mass identity by Bravo Company

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Logo takes cue from the visual aesthetics of neon lightings while monogram cleverly contains the initials of the brand. Additional considerations were given to the small floorspace of the store.

Mannequin collection by WertelOberfell for IKER

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The chair base are four wooden legs made of beech wood. Comfortable seat was made of plywood covered with quilted in three original patterns fabric occurring in11 fashionable colours.

Shugaa dessert bar by party/space/design, Bangkok – Thailand

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Seeing from the outside through the glass wall, there is polygon installation hanging around the front that is inspired from sugar crystals.

LIUJO Premium Berlin Fashion Fair Booth by Christopher Ward, Berlin – Germany

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The project of the booth was approached in order to maximize visibility from the exterior and by the idea of create’room into the room’ concept with a special effect of mirroring.

AEGON Chanel Advisor office by MVN Arquitectos

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The meeting room is a closed transparent glass cylinder, where the vision of the rest of the people reinforce the complicity among members, the trust expands, and there are no predominant areas.

Incursion windows at Ginza Maison Hermès, Tokyo – Japan

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Drafted from shiny, colourful rooster feathers, it looks both appealing and sinister, and adds a strong sense of energy to the setting.

Anemone store by BBC arquitectos, Buenos Aires – Argentina

08 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The designed piece with its colors, dynamism and lights gives to the visitor the ability to interact with this field, to experiment with it, to transform this space in more than just a window display.

Omiros Boutique Hotel by NINOS, Rethymno, Crete – Greece

07 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Omiros Boutique Hotel by NINOS, Rethymno, Crete – Greece