Marvin Windows and Doors Canada booth by Arc & Co. Design Collective, Toronto

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The striking 400 square-foot space was designed with two angular walls and a bright yellow slatted cantilever roof creating a form reminiscent of periodic Japanese architecture. The wall sections housed a custom-designed venting picture window and sliding french doors, cladded with Marvin Windows and Doors’ iconic bright yellow brand colour.

GlaxoSmithKline Shopper Science Lab by Pope Wainwright, London

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The multi-discipline design team worked closely with the GSK Shopper Science Lab team to create an all-encompassing design language covering environments, identity, internal communications, signage, facility guides and project co-ordination. The design language and direction reflects both innovation and the science behind the GSK brand.

Hugo Boss windows 2013, Toronto – Canada

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Hugo Boss windows 2013, Toronto – Canada

Levi Strauss pop-up boutique by RCG, Auckland – New Zealand

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To reflect Levi’s classic American style and effortless ‘cool’, we selected materials such as raw wood, steel, canvas, rope and exposed brick. We recycled existing hang bar fixtures, created shelving units made from construction plywood and designed counters and display tables made from timber pallets. And the walls were painted in Levi’s signature red.  

iSmash store by Green Room, London – UK

05 November 2013 by retail design blog No comments »

Leading retail design agency, Green Room, has designed and delivered a complete store interior concept for emerging online brand, iSmash on Kings Road, London, marking the brand’s first bricks-and-mortar retail presence.

Chieno-Wa hanger rack by Keisuke Fujiwara

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Constructed out of a 19 mm diameter stainless steel pipe, the piece is bended into a free standing form. the curving structure can easily be stacked, even though it features twisted rack legs. The rounded base helps to form the structural support, ensuring its stability to hang items.

The London Edition Hotel, London – UK

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Nestled at the back of the hotel is the reservations only Punch Room, a fumed-oak paneled den inspired by the comfort of manor house libraries and nineteenth-century London’s private clubs, yet a modern reincarnation. As the name suggests, the cocktail focus is the Punch Bowl.

Honey Concept by Arbuzov Maksim

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Natural forms is the best way to show naturalness of product. You need to have only form that to understand what is inside of package. Honey must looks as honey. That is why this package is so simple and clean. You have to enjoy the smell and taste of Honey. Nothing more should not bother you.

Jack Rogers flagship store by Green Light Studio, Atlanta – Georgia

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Jack Rogers’ flagship store is located on Madison Avenue in NYC. They recently expanded to a new location in the exclusive Phipps Plaza in Atlanta. Green Light Architecture specified ALABASTER White Oak from reSAWN TIMBER co. for the flooring and project displays.

Be Right Burger restaurant by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

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Be Right Burger [BRB], an exciting new burger prototype concept, is the unification of architecture and brand identity. Much of this is facilitated through an advanced digital environment that begins speaking to customers from the interactive website to the ordering kiosks, media walls, digital menu boards that occur in the space.

Digital Water Pavilon by Carlo Ratti Associati, Zaragoza – Spain

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The walls are composed of digitally controlled water droplets, which can generate writing, patterns or access spaces. The result is a space that is interactive and reconfigurable in that each wall can potentially become an entrance or exit, while the internal partitions can shift depending on the number of people present.

WSU Enrollment Services Center by Robert Maschke Architects, Dayton – Ohio

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A bamboo-clad canopy extends into the main lobby of the building and seamlessly folds into the centers’ shared reception area. This element continues through the space, enveloping and unifying all of the shared spaces within the program. Inflections in the bamboo surface not only allow for seating but also expand views between spaces.

Chanel windows 2013 Autumn, Munich

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Chanel windows 2013 Autumn, Munich

Azzedine Alaïa boutique by Pierre Granger, Paris – France

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Amidst the hoopla of Paris Fashion Week and coinciding with a prestigious restrospective at the reopened Musée Galliera, French-Tunisian fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa has launched a second boutique in the city of lights.

RUOSH Brand Stores by Restore Solutions, Bangalore – India

04 November 2013 by retail design blog 2 comments »

Deep brown leather stitched or riveted to the wall cladding complements the wood in the space. The leather cladding completes the spatial experience by adding texture and feel to the store.

Arianna light by Baldessari e Baldessari for Pallucco

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An object of sophisticated beauty impressed in the “vault of our memory”: a spinning wheel updated as an innovative lighting game. This object heralds the celebrated return of an incredible architectural structure, enhanced by direct and indirect light, which relates with the surrounding space through a new and unusual light and shadow effects.

SLS Hotel by Starck, South Beach – Florida

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SLS Hotel by Starck, South Beach – Florida

Parxet 92th anniversary bottle by Cristina Vila Nadal

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Parxet 92th anniversary bottle. The main objective of the project was to signal the year of celebration and break from classical typographic structure that had been used in years before.

Relojeria Alemana store by OHLAB, Calviá, Islas Baleares – Spain

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Every box includes, in one of its corners, an eye-level horizontal reveal that creates a corner display: one side is by the glass facade working as a shop window while the other side opens to the interior of the store as an interior display.

Mini R fast food concpet by Matali Crasset + Praline, France

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It was decided with the Cnous to create one overall brand name, with three of four sub-brands, allowing for future evolution or adaptation. The brand had to promote both the idea of taking time to eat together, or meeting friends over a quick meal.