Cross-Sheaffer pen store by David Adcock and Sean Revell, Swindon – UK

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Much of the products are presented as self-service items with more premium pens and gifts displayed under glass. Materials were selected to remain functional and to provide a neutral background to the product whilst clearly linking to the strong brand colours of Black and Yellow.

White Metal Hut-LUCKY Kabob Bar by Robot 3, Beijing – China

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White Metal Hut-LUCKY Kabob Bar by Robot 3 Studio, Beijing – China

LET’s RIDE Lafayette by DAS-studio, Paris – France

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The same brass is used for the lights that are custom made to fit the space and within shelfs and counter top of the lobby. Concrete for which DAS-studio has a particular affection, was used to cast the front desk.

Rubika Offices by Inside Studio, Montreal – Canada

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While large volumes in black and yellow regroup all the main services (reception, kitchen, projection screen and teacher’s lounge), all circulation flows through one central area housing different functions (lunch room, workspace and agora), promoting passive interactions between users.

Beanz Meanz Heinz Selfridges Window by Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR), London – UK

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the famous slogan ‘Beanz Meanz Heinz’, Jones Knowles Ritchie were tasked with designing a bespoke window display for Selfridges’ famous London store. Built on the theme ‘House of Dreams’, the window portrays breakfast time through the unmistakeable lens of Heinz.

Prada pop-up store, Tokyo – Japan

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Amidst a specially designed setting, featuring Prada’s iconic black + white checkered floor, furnishings comprising of large trunks, in addition to shelving and props in shiny chrome.

Baccanale restaurant by Afa Arredamenti, Roma – Italy

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The main element is the bar counter in afrormosia wood finishing equipped with transparent square display cases enhancing the food products. The space is designed for tasting Italian specialities overlooking the food preparation; the menu proposals are also available as product packaged ready to take away.

Serpentine Pavilion by Diébédo Francis Kéré, Burkina Faso

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Kéré’s oval-shaped structure features a courtyard enclosed by curving walls made from stacked wooden blocks, sheltered by a large, slatted timber roof. The form of the canopy is informed by a tree in the village of Gando in Burkina Faso, where Kéré grew up.

Tab coffee table collection by Sitland

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The aluminium or lacquered aluminium base highlights the precision of the leg which rests on four spokes. The table surface is either round or square-shaped; the latter features slightly rounded edges.

DJ City Breda Popup store by studiomfd, Breda – Netherlands

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Studio MFD created the unique Breda DJ Pop Up Store to celebrate the worldwide success of these local DJs. Selling exclusive merchandise, books, music and bags, the environment imitated a dance festival atmosphere to entice crowds, extend dwell time and increase sales.

Lotte World Tower Seoul Sky Shop & Sky Cafe by Design BONO, Seoul – Korea

24 June 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

SEOUL SKY CAFÉ is finished with champagne gold titanium to express the sky in the evening glow. It is the place where you can appreciate the beautiful view of Seoul with a coffee.

Willem II Passage by Civic Architects, Tilburg – Netherlands

24 June 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Together with Van Tetterode Glass Studio and Philips Lighting a glass brick façade which combines strength with elegant sophistication was developed. Approximately thirty thousand LED lights are integrated in the wall. LUSTlab created a unique algorithm for this application, which controls the LED lighting at pixel level:

Casper Office by FLOAT Studio, New York City

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We used shades of blue and natural tones to create a soft, dreamlike environment on the 16th floor, and darker more vibrant blues in their penthouse to create a sense of transition from day to night.

CMARIX Technolab Pvt. Ltd. office by ADHWA-architecture, Ahmedabad – India

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The space has very few walls, and we let the walls state their own story by using earthy materials like Exposed brick, exposed rcc rendering, natural wood and stone claddings. Use of such materials & chosen antique accessories gives a thematic & aesthetic appeal to the entire space.

Beauty Bakerie Store by Mindful Design Consulting, San Diego – California

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The interior designer used a fresh and vibrant palette of pink, turquoise, and brass metal, then allowed this mix to stretch from pastel to bright tones, creating a place that looks cheerful and playful, yet not overwhelming.

Sisley podium at Galeries Lafayette by SHAFT DESIGN, Paris – France

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Manufacture of the Galeries Lafayette central podium by les ateliers elba France, on the occasion of the new fragrance of the Sisley house on the theme of the rose: Izia

Just Play store by Alberto Apostoli Architecture and Design, Verona – Italy

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From the architectural and interior design point of view, the Concept exudes dynamism, created using bright colours and irregular shapes, extremely attractive and designed for the specific target.

Fish Cheeks restaurant by Space NY, New York City

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Colorful scalloped tiles and a shingled outdoor awning emulate fish scales and Thai temple roofing. Wooden wall panels give the interior a warm feel when the shadows cast from the hanging basket light fixtures, complemented by fresh greenery.

Veeam Software office by Raw Design Consultants, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

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The design resolution of the Veeam office aims to emphasize on branding, natural lighting, and occupant amenity. This is achieved by using a combination of black framed glass panels, warm timber, white and grey hues with a mild touch of green that compliments the company’s identity.

Harisis hairdressing salon, Lippstadt – Germany

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The interior design serves as a stage of the hairdresser’s master. The central design element is the mirror tower, which visually combines both levels of the hairdressing salon and thus significantly shapes the spatial structure.