Renault Trezor concept

08 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The lines of the “Trezor” are warm, sensuous and refined, while its assertive front end incorporates signature C-shaped lights. In terms of their styling, Renault’s upcoming models will draw their inspiration from the “Trezor’s” DNA as their forms become even more fluid and mature.

Newline office by Interactive Space, London – UK

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Interactive Space oversaw the design, building and fitting out of the project, creating large, open-plan desk areas, with various offices and meeting rooms. The contemporary aesthetic matched the company’s image, while the functional working areas were constructed with productivity in mind.

PREN Lighting Range by Louise Tucker Studio

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Focussed towards the high end interior design market, the PREN lighting range is inspired by traditional weaving techniques and organic forms, showcasing custom methods of basketry and weaving with contemporary design.

Chadstone mall renewal, Melbourne – Australia

08 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

At a cost of Aud 140 million the expansion has focused on the so-called West Mall, and aims to cement its current stature as the leading mall Down Under by adding units for 100 new retailers, including a brand new luxury section that has managed to attract twelve luxury brands such as Valentino, Céline, Prada, Dior Homme and Chanel, in addition to an abundance of additional hospitality and leisure tenants.

Evacalor Stand at Progetto Fuoco 2016 by Cristiano Bonesso+Partners, Verona – Italy

07 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The exhibition space is dynamic and permeable through the use of large totem with Y-section; these elements, made by a metal frame and covered with modern wallpapers create the evocative settings for Evacalor stoves, which are on display to visitors in an emotional contest.

BP Lower 48 Office by Fitzsimmons Architects, Oklahoma City – Oklahoma

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BP wanted their offices to reflect the changing climate of their company. They wanted to attract a younger professional workforce with a non-corporate atmosphere that was unlike anything they had worked in before — not stuffy and slick. The goal was to create a showpiece that is comfortable to be in and a place that respects the patina and history of the building, which was a historic tax credit project.

Plein Air a Haarlem sun protection cream packaging concept by Stas Neretin

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The shape of the packaging is similar to a tube of paint which fits perfectly into a painters case. And the fragments of the paintings are not only for decoration, but also indicate the level of sun protection factor — the lighter skin means the higher level of protection.

Courir branding and store design by Carré Noir, Paris – France

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Courir entrusts Carré Noir with the creation of a new brand strategy and a new retail concept, to become a unique fashion, urban and casual brand, passing from distributor to prescriber, unavoidable of the world’s leading brands. Carré Noir offers a brand strategy based on a new positioning

Carl Hansen & Son showroom, New York

07 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The 7,659-square-foot (703-square-metre) floor plate is naturally divided into different areas by the building’s structural grid, which the team used to delineate separating black-framed glass walls and doors. These glazed partitions create rooms within the otherwise open plan, but allow the natural light entering from two sides to permeate.

KIN brand identity by Sheridan&Co

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Sheridan&Co were tasked with renaming KMPT’s nutritional supplements product line and redesigning the logo and product packaging to create a visual solution that reflected the brand’s expertise, wealth of experience and the founders’ complementary “Ying and Yang” skillsets.

Modular Mobile office for Coroflot by LOS OSOS

07 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Capable of being dismantled and repurposed, the MWU takes sustainable office space to the next level. Sarrazin sees the space as the modern work environment for the creative professional — always ready to adapt or expand — and she doesn’t mean for it to end here.

Children’s Hospital by Morag Myerscough, Sheffield – UK

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“Although the rooms are for children, I didn’t want them to be childish because children of all different age groups will be staying in them,” said Myerscough. “I also wanted to create somewhere parents would be happy to spend time too. It was just about making a bedroom that you felt good to be in.”

Elīna Dobele boutique by Marcis Sakausks, Riga – Latvia

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Designer Marcis Sakausks: “It was essential that interior reflects authenticity, beliefs of slow fashion Elīna Dobele along with other brands represent in her store. Using clear, clean materials like black metal and pure shoe boxes while comunicating honesty to customer.”

END. fashion store by Brinkworth, Glasgow – UK

06 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The cavernous space is celebrated with long sight lines, mirrors and the repetition of vertical perimeter elements to accentuate perspective. The signage is a three-dimensional steel frame ‘END.’ that extends into the store.

Silvering collection by Verreum

06 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Silvering is the chemical process of coating glass with a reflective substance. Prague based brand Verreum aims to re-invent this technique from scratch through new technologies and various experimental approaches.

Bon Parfumeur fragrances

06 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Capturing the spirit of today’s savvy consumer, Bon Parfumeur is a celebration of individuality and being able to tweak one’s own signature scent. This is where Mix & Match comes in, an option to combine, mix and add scents.

Aesop store by CASE-REAL, Sapporo – Japan

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For the display shelves and other fixtures where function is needed we will use vibration finish stainless steel which incorporates with the grey color of soft stone well. We aimed to portray the man made artifacts co-existing with the harsh side of nature, also considering the entire store atmosphere a single saucer to catch all the products shown.

BELGO Brewery Pub by T3 Architecture Asia, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

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T3 decided to used second-hand bricks for the whole project, to get the “historical” touch in terms of design, then, to make the project as green as possible by recycling existing materials sourced directly in Saigon. To avoid overloading on structure, we cut in 2 pieces a part of the bricks to use it as wall finish for interior design.

47 – SUPER BOWL LI – NFL SHOP ACTIVATION by Dave Bates, Houston – Texas

06 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

’47 at the NFL Shop was designed with the duality of journey and reward, along with the aesthetics of the Super Bowl LI product in mind. Visitors to the space would approach a hall of archways that led to premium prizes.

Intertech Offices by ERA Architects, Istanbul – Turkey

06 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The façade’s white dyed glass cladding acts like a canvas that reflects the constantly changing sky on the building. Some of the panels on the façade, controlled by an automation system, are regularly opened on specific hours of the day to let the fresh air in.