New Sassetti Tower by L22 Urban & Building, Milano – Italy

12 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The office levels have been totally renovated to focus on enhancing the workplace’s efficiency and flexibility. Each of them has been given its own loggia located at the rear, so as not to interfere with the structural unity along the main front.

Big Wine Freaks bar by B-Arch, Moscow – Russia

12 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The chosen aesthetic projects an ornate pseudo-Russian style, and is captured by rich materials – mind you, there’s a lot of velvet – and a balanced infusion of colour.

Coolway Foot Truck by Culdesac Custom Retail, Valencia – Spain

12 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The customer-selling channels are becoming more and more virtual, and the foot truck reverses the ‘client goes to the shop’ dynamic to generate window displays that approach the client in highly specific environments; such as music festivals, cultural encounters, etc.

Redemption Roasters packaging by Here Design

11 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Here Design introduced a strong, simple logo that brings together the two ‘Rs’ of the brand name into a keyhole form to represent the unlocking of a prison door and the unlocking of untapped potential.

Mußler Beauty by Notino store by DIA – Dittel Architekten Gmbh, Stuttgart – Germany

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The holistic brand experience is the focus of the design concept. Everything revolves around what the consumer is looking for in stationary retail: individualization, emotionality, social exchange and exclusivity. Even from the outside, a digital shop window beckons as well as the view into the store with its live promotions.

BeefZavod by Evgeniy Evdokimov, St. Petersburg – Russia

11 December 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

According to the plan everything that could be left from the old butcher’s shop was preserved, like tiling, walls and ceiling.

Tianjin Sino-Canadian Ecological Exhibition & Reception Center by CCDI Progressive Atelier, Tianjin – China

11 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Umbrella-like structural wooden columns are designed around the center of the space. Eight inclined columns diverge to the roof and top of the primary and secondary beams to form a rectangular lighting skylight.

Undici, the new laser-engraved hardwood flooring collection by Listone Giordano

11 December 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

UNDICI is an innovative collection of laser-engraved parquet, born from the collaboration between Listone Giordano – guardian of memory and ancient traditions in the production of high quality wood parquet floorings and InkiostroBianco – brand of handcrafted and custom-made wallpapers.

V&M Showroom by Shark&Shark, Shanghai – China

11 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Copper sheets are laser cut in a pattern that allows freeform rebuild, and connected into larger piece by rivets. The final sheet simulates a solidified moment of fabric movement, playing as background wall at the entrance, with brass rivets composing brand logo at the center.

Heineken Office by ABD architects, Moscow – Russia

09 December 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The main idea of ​​the office was the atmosphere of a picnic and the joy of meeting with the doves. In general, ABD architects wanted to create a light, bright and fresh space, filled with air and natural elements.

Butchies restaurant by Block1: Design, Shoreditch / London – UK

09 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

We started by looking at urban spaces and focused on the tile patterns of the Berlin underground. This is where we found the green tones which work to create a premium feel within the space as well as introducing an unexpected colour. We played with scale and colour to create interest and texture on the walls and counter.

Crestline Offices and Showroom by Yellow 6 Design, Hamilton – New Zealand

09 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The interior concept was to incorporate Crestline’s new sleek branding in a bright modern space without overpowering and distracting from the great products on display.

Sarah & Sebastian’s flagship store by Landini Associates, Paddington – Australia

09 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The jewellers bench made from Amercian Walnut and Copper is the central focus of the store, and the jeweller the first point of engagement upon entering. Designed as an intimate shopping experience, the jeweller will talk customers through raw materials and process, then guide customers in finding the perfect piece.

Every Shoot Has A Story branding by lg2

08 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Thanks to new brand positioning, a new visual identity and an online platform developed by lg2, Shoot can claim its position as a hub of professional visual storytellers that includes photographers, videographers, retouchers and producers.

Saks Fifth Avenue store, Connecticut

08 December 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The team was inspired by the opportunity to transform the traditional department store into elevated specialty stores with a residential feel. All three stores fit into the local lifestyle by providing a neighborhood destination for shopping moments spent with friends and family.

Comptoir Libanais by Studio 48 London, Utrecht – The Netherlands

08 December 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Whilst eating the culinary delights customers soak up the souk chic’ bazaar environment wrapped in the restaurants signature strong graphic accents, bright colour palette and eclectic retro style and iconic images that come together in a cacophony of colour, pattern, texture and meaning to give customers an all encompassing visceral experience.

Fitness First Palladium by White Studio Architects, Mumbai – India

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The club features details that amplify key architectural elements of the space, with earthy tones – rustic textures of beige coloured exposed concrete, wooden ceiling, brick walls and lighting accents creating an urban yet industrial space.

Celgene Office by Unispace, Melbourne – Australia

08 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Celgene’s new workplace is warm and welcoming, with a soft color palette complemented by timber elements. The building has great views from all sides, from Federation Square, to the city and out towards Port Phillip Bay.

Yázigi – Language school network by Loko Design, Sao Paulo – Brazil

08 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The new brand elements and colors have been standardized across the visual communication. The idea was to incorporate them all into school space, highlighting a path through a second language for those who are not only satisfied in learn it, but want to gain the whole world.

Occhio flagship store Brienner Quartier by einszu33, Munich – Germany

08 December 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The general mood and impression reflects a contemporary and highly sophisticated home interior, defined by precious materials and a soft tonality. The lights are naturally arranged with the carefully selected furniture pieces and create an uplifting atmospheric experience.