Peninsula Store by ARRCC, Abu Dhabi – Dubai

08 November 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The client’s vision for the store was to offer an experience that would encourage customers to spend ample time in the store, enjoying the products as much as the surroundings.

Sport Förg by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Friedberg – Germany

07 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The geometric shapes of movement appear everywhere: in the figures, the ceiling lamps in the staircases, as markings on the floor, in the counter and as shelving elements.

Perforated Metal system by Móz Designs

07 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

An economical choice, Móz uses only premium-grade solid-core aluminum for their perforated metal projects, which has a high strength-to-weight ratio and captures bold colors with a polished material quality. Designers can pick their perfect perforation, add a handcrafted grain, and choose from 6 color collections to create fully customized perforated metal products that come ready to install.

Pomo Italian restaurant by Studio Yaron Tal, Tel Aviv – Israel

07 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Pomo Italian restaurant by Studio Yaron Tal, Tel Aviv – Israel

Federal Home Loan Bank of New York by Spector Group, New York – USA

07 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Throughout the space, a warm material palette of bronze metal, light marble, dark grey and brown granite and pops of colorful furniture is employed, creating a modern and welcoming vibe with a nod of sophistication.

Marks & Spencer Wool Week by Barthelmess Gmbh, UK

07 November 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

With a focus on oversized balls of yarn, individual concepts were developed for mens, womens, childrens and home ranges. Individually coloured to match designed pantones, over 9500 balls using 250 metres of wool were hand produced in less than 5 weeks.

Tesor store by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

07 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The brand’s vision was to create a premium space for art lovers to indulge in, a unique destination to meet all their home décor needs, with each artefacts being unique in terms of craftsmanship and legacy.

Library by MVRDV, Tianjin – China

06 November 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The building is dramatically shaped around a luminous spherical auditorium, which is referred to as ‘the eye’. Surrounding this focal point, terraced bookshelves echo the form of the orb, resulting a topographical landscape of contours that wraps around the entirety of the interior.

In Mocean Group Office by The Switzer Group, New York City

06 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In Mocean’s vision was to brand their space with references to the ocean, sand, air and clear blue skies. This was achieved through earthy sand tones for flooring, stretched ceiling fabrics, custom textured wavy glass, digital video content and carefully selected art pieces.

Adri BBQ Restaurant by Evgeniy Evdokimov, Russia – Moscow

06 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Adri designed this restaurant for noisy companies of friends who enjoy signature cuisine and wine, hence, the planning of the space was intended to be mobile. Flower pots create transparent partitions between strangers but they can be easily moved around.

Jo-terrace Osaka Information & Official Shop by Zycc Corporation, Osaka – Japan

06 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The “outdoor tea ceremony umbrella” used for a logo in facilities is dropped on the design, and it’s included. While they’re close for common people then on the concept of “restaurant”, and it’s travel. By making them imagine the place used as a lounge.

Quinux packaging by Regina Kaun

06 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept that inspired me was the Mayan Quincunx, a glyph in the form of a rhombus that represents a star, or Venus. The materials that I chose were concrete and different tones of wood. For the marbles, I chose gold, silver and copper finishes, to represent the stars.

Les Grands Verres restaurant by Lina Ghotmeh, Paris – France

06 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The dining venue flanks one side of the building, right along avenue Du Président Wilson, and is marked with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow in floods of daylight. The new interior design features clean lines and a certain level of minimalism that’s quite agreeable with the elongated dimensions of the space.

Science Museum by Coffey Architects, London – UK

06 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Science Museum by Coffey Architects, London – UK

Katerina Daskalaki pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion / Crete – Greece

04 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The basic principle of the design is the emphasis in storefront’s dynamic and in its function as a window display at the same time, highlighting the space from outside to inside and the opposite.

Quartz Office by Desai Chia Architecture, New York City

04 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

This filtering buffer between the main entry and the work area is an undulating, wood-frame structure containing a coffee bar, reception area, book lounge, and a maker space. These break-out/brainstorming spaces are quirky, creative meeting destinations that support the company’s culture and collaborative process.

The Bolt by Giles Miller Studio, London – UK

04 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The Bolt by Giles Miller Studio, London – UK

Mansarda Restaurant by Piuarch, St Petersburg – Russia

04 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Enclosed within these vibrant surfaces, the furnishings are absolutely minimal: the dining room has square tables with walnut tops arranged in a regular layout and matched with wooden upholstered chairs, while various decorative screens made with a lacquered black frame and a cascade of hanging spoons create unusual decorative partitions.

Sea Foam face cream packaging by Tanya Farba

03 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

To prolong your relaxation, we came up with the design of a series of packages “Sea Foam”. Let this facial cream take care of your skin just as gently as sea foam.

Normann Copenhagen showroom, Copenhagen – Denmark

03 November 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A centrally located staircase guides visitors to the lower gallery where velvet steps give way to yellow sapphire on every visible surface.