Joy collection by Sitland

06 April 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

A new seating concept which is immediately eye-catching thanks to its silhouettes and colours; this furnishing accessory can by nature easily adorn any room in the home, an office or a contract setting.

DoubleTree by Hilton by DesignLSM, London – UK

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Inspired by Kingston’s rich aviation heritage, the overall design scheme holds a warm and contemporary aesthetic, with subtle touches of aircraft paraphernalia. The hotel lobby is designed to be a welcoming and social space, with a blend of relaxed seating and tables suitable for groups, alone travellers and casual business meetings.

“Treehouse” garden pavilion by Scott Kyson

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The founder of London-based Studio Kyson designed and constructed Treehouse for his three children, who are aged between four and eight. The structure measures just 4.5 metres by 2.7 metres and has an open top. Located in the garden of the family’s Epping Forest home, it features reflective cladding designed to mirror the surrounding foliage as well as the house.

unbot inc. Office by PRISM design, Shanghai – China

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In this design, we’d like to create a space that could accommodate both various of communicating and relaxing atmosphere to release the stresses from work. So that staff would be much more creative and cooperative.

Aishti Spring 2017 window campaign by Arte Vetrina Project, Beirut – Lebanon

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The discs that run in sync are the perfect backdrop for the campaign’s claim “ENJOY YOUR LIFE” while the shades of blue and yellow highlight the mood of the new collections.

Camper store by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

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The overall collective palette is composed of matte and industrial materials. Steel mesh racks were chosen to add a sense of depth to the space as well as providing an adaptable solution. Urethane rubber and MDF boards were chosen to match the color of the shoe boxes, while galvanized steel and dyed cork were chosen to reflect the concrete floor.

Booz Allen Hamilton’s Innovation Center Office by OTJ Architects, Washington D.C.

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Booz Allen Hamilton’s Innovation Center in Washington, DC is a free-flowing collaborative space where their employees, clients, partners, and the innovation community can converge to inspire ideas, build new technologies, grow their networks, and work together to solve the toughest problems of today and the future.

No. 19 café by Biasol, Australia

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Behind the bar, display shelving made from white tubular steel hosts pockets of greenery from Loose Leaf. Timber-topped tables with banquette seating and Pedrali chairs run the length of the space. At intervals, lightweight steel framing with in-built lighting becomes a sculptural element, providing a sense of intimacy without breaking up the café’s openness.

Threesome Ceramics Sculptural Packaging by Talc Design Studio

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The objects are inserted into a cocoon like container and secured into place by applying force to key points. The result resembles a lump of clay. There is no right way to shape it.

Liedow store by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Shenzhen – China

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Curves dominate the store, from a curled feature wall behind the cashier’s desk, effectively lit from behind, to fitting rooms which are enveloped in the round by layered, curvy walls that reference the overlapping petals of a flower bud, again highlighted by slithers of light from beneath.

MEZZ Kitchen and Bar by Studio Y, Chadstone – Australia

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Studio Y designed the space to be botanical and calming, high-end yet humble, and a reflection of MEZZ’s healthy and light cuisine. While enjoying the delectable fare on offer, patrons take in an almost 360 view of the produce being prepared inside.

New Dutch Wave booth by FormNation, Austin – Texas

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New Dutch Wave is new international movement where Dutch entrepreneurs, creatives, start-ups, artists, as well as the Dutch government and our smartest cities present themselves to a relevant international audience.

Habita Coworking Office by PAB Architects, Istanbul – Turkey

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650-squaremetered-Habita, consists of 12 private offices with a range of 10-18 m2, open offices with eight tables for six each, and flexible working units for members who wish to come irregularly.

Esprit X-Mas 2016 windows by deck5, Worldwide

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Artful large golden fractal mirror structures put an extra glow to this dynamic ESPRIT-campain. Gitftgiving is another important theme for christmas at ESPRIT, the accessories are presented on 3 fractal mirror tables.

Kapor Center for Social Impact by Fougeron Architecture, Oakland – California

04 April 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

This circular volume carries an open stair upward through the building’s original three floors to a fourth-floor addition and organizes the spaces within, linking floors and connecting a range of workspaces. Throughout the building, the circular volume acts as an organizing and integrating principle.

The Pearl Restaurant & Bar by H3D Hospitality Design, Houston – Texas

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With vintage brass light fixtures and accents, caramel-colored leather Chesterfield sofas, black leather chairs, zinc and brass tables, cement tile insets, and plantation shutters, The Pearl offers a welcomed respite from the hustle and bustle of downtown Houston in a relaxed, sophisticated setting.

Nike flagship store, Moscow – Russia

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The new Nike flagship also offers its clientele services, such as a dry cleaning service for shoes, an engraving service, customization for t-shirts, and the expertise of personal stylists.

Treves & Hyde by Grzywinski+Pons, London – UK

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We designed the restaurant to be as warm, welcoming and happy (and even appetizing) at night as it is during the day, and created the joinery and furnishings to look better with some wear and tear after heavy use. Natural stone, ceramic, brass, timber, concrete and blackened steel feature heavily in a bold but limited palette and we designed in a lot of room to accommodate generous amounts of vegetation in aged terra cotta.