Razorfish office by Bruzkus Batek, Berlin – Germany

29 January 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The minimalist concept by Bruzkus Batek results in an greatly effective design, with sensibly chosen materials and surface treatments, thanks to the use of oriented strand board (OSB) which provides a cheerful and exciting new space.

For Next Year Love Peace and Wisdom by WOSJH, Amsterdam – Netherlands

29 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Actually the title says it all we are living in turbulent times. Corry the owner of Wosjh believed this year in a strong possitive message for the christmas windows.

Le Super Qualité restaurant by David Dworkind, Montreal – Canada

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PARRA booth at Imm Cologne by Alan Khadikov, Cologne – Germany

28 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »


Everything starts with ABC, the most basic foundation. It makes sense and order of things. It creates a strategy and a pledge that all the rest will grow up and develop. This statement was a primal point when building a concept of a tiny retail space of PARRA brand at Cologne furniture fair.

ACK Law Firm Office by Halel Architecture, Netanya – Israel

28 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Our design concept was to create a unique space with lots of contrasts. We wanted the space to be fascinating by using a combination of warm and cold materials. We used contrasting colors like black and white, with glimpses of gold and brown.

Q25 windows by You_lab, Odessa – Ukraine

28 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The goal of the installation was to take the viewers to an enchanted winter landscape while adhering to the Q25 store minimalistic interior design style. There are 9 window displays consisting of 2 panels each.

Fosbury & Sons Co-Work by GOING EAST, Antwerp – Belgium

28 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

On the impressive first floor Fosbury & Sons founders Stijn Geeraets and Maarten Van Gool have launched a new and high-quality way of working, ‘the renaissance of work’, focussing on the needs of today’s generation. Fosbury & Sons is an inspiring and professional workplace where entrepreneurs, digital nomads and larger companies come together and benefit from all kinds of additional services.

NOVELLO by collectors store by icemoon, Tokyo – Japan

27 January 2017 by retail design blog 2 comments »

I aimed to emphasize a pillar as the icon of this store by giving an indirect lighting and white concrete blocks to the pillar as comparison with the textures of woods.

W Prime Lobby by Michal Han, Tel-Aviv – Israel

27 January 2017 by retail design blog 2 comments »

The vision of the project was to create a unique, colorful and vibrant space, which allows visitors to both feel a sense of home whilst simultaneously transporting them into a world of fresh and exciting possibilities.

Soulspice spices packaging by Studio Grau

27 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »


For Studio Grau it was important to create a premium look for the packaging while remaining natural and without frippery. The strong sustainable approach of the brand, should be present, but not overweighing the product.

Vivienne Westwood Flagship by Fortebis Group, New York

27 January 2017 by retail design blog 2 comments »


Much attention was put on the architectural and furniture details that made the difference. Indeed the development of furniture was scrupulously studied with the client and the millworkers so to have the requested feeling of industrial raw simplicity.

Queens Bowl redesign by designLSM, London – UK

27 January 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

DesignLSM were commissioned to redesign the interior and brand identity for Queens, helping them to create an all-inclusive leisure destination for families, friends and city workers. The overall concept comprises of 12 stylish bowling lanes, an indoor ice rink, two contemporary bars and the launch of a new F&B offering from famous pop-up restaurateur Jimmy Garcia.

Akasa Marketing Gallery & Show Unit by Metaphor Interior Architecture, Tangerang – Indonesia

27 January 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The challenges cause by their small area of show unit rooms was we can not put heavy design on it but we still need to make the room luxury. We choose the material and the color theme carefully. We can said that we are succesful to completed this mission, our team doing well by added simple detail but still looks fabulous.

MYOB Office by Yellow 6 Design, Auckland – New Zealand

27 January 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Trees were ‘planted’ to symbolise the four seasons and to represent a global brand. At 220 work points – with everyone having their own desk the space isn’t cramped.

Lululemon shopwindow by Prop Studios, London – UK

27 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Our brief was to showcase the exciting collaboration between world-renowned art college Central Saint Martins; a dazzling exploration titled “Into the Wilderness.” The concept looks to reflect the Lululemon customer who lives their life in motion, celebrating grace and strength through dynamic and powerful movement.

DSSI Elementary School Renovation by Daniel Valle, Seoul – South Korea

27 January 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The new school’s philosophy has to do with sharing spaces to study and providing diverse number of possibilities to educators to perform new pedagogical practices.

Pop-up project inside Valextra store by Snarkitecture, Milan – Italy

26 January 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

A billowing cloud-like canopy in all white drapes from the ceiling, creating an ephemeral atmosphere and visual impact upon entering. “Our approach considered the forms and palette of the Valextra collection,” explains Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen of Snarkitecture.

Tech startup incubator by Rafael de Cárdenas, New York

26 January 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Architecture at Large overhauled the building’s five storeys to house offices of various sizes, able to accommodate small startups in executive pods, four-person private spaces, and open offices.

healthy honey collection packaging by THE.ENDORPHIN.COMPANY

26 January 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Our aim by working on this collection’s packaging, was to make a striking design, break the traditional codes of “Les Apiculteurs Associés” old collections, and overall, the other brands’ collections. By making a pared-down styled design, we wanted to bring up the modernity, the healthy and premium aspects of the new products.