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Fendi leathergoods corner at Harrods, London – UK

19 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

A plush spot filled with Fendi’s covetable and stand-out accessories. It’s our renovated leathergoods corner at Harrods.

Woodzee sunglasses from recycled barrels

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Constructed using whiskey barrels courtesy of Columbus Barrel Company, these frames fuse a rugged traditional look with a refined and classic shape.

Sunborn Gibraltar yacht hotel, Gibraltar

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Sunborn Gibraltar yacht hotel, Gibraltar

O/O Brewing Baltic Porter beer packaging by Lundgren+Lindqvist

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O/O Brewing Baltic Porter beer packaging by Lundgren+Lindqvist

Super Stimuli and the Extra-Ordinary Gallery installations, London – UK

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London Design Festival 2014: Ace Hotel Shoreditch London is hosting Super Stimuli and the Extra-Ordinary Gallery, a series of installations including flower displays by Bethan Laura Wood, ceramics by Max Lamb and furniture by Martino Gamper.

Victoria 1836 restaurant by Sarah Lavoine, Paris – France

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Victoria 1836 restaurant by Sarah Lavoine, Paris – France

Trace 1 pendant lamp by Blu Dot

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A subtly tinted glass shade rests on a metal pendant to create a simple, yet eye-catching interplay between two materials and forms. Three finishes to choose from to suit nearly any space. Mounts to ceiling.

Hoare Lea Lighting office, London – UK

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Daylight penetration is supported by direct/indirect track mounted luminaires, within a suspended DALI iTrack system, incorporating daylight sensors, emergency lighting and decorative pendants to breakout spaces.

The Twenties collection by Masquespacio for Missana

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Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio presents their last project for the upholstery company Missana. The project consists in the redesign of the brand and artistic direction of their new catalogue of products called ‘The Twenties’.

Tommy Bahama store by Michael Neumann Architecture, New York City

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Materials that evoke an easy tropical lifestyle – “sandy” limestone floors, “driftwood” reclaimed oak, louvers of salvaged Coney Island boardwalk and whitewashed millwork – are employed with accents of blackened steel and tarnished brass.

Other Criteria store by Michel Schranz & Delta Light, New York City

18 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Special attention was given to beam angles and the best possible color rendering for excellent illumination and maximum impact of the colorful and vibrant artworks on display. 



Customized BMW motorrad R nineT’s

18 September 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

During BMW Motorrad Days Japan the German bike manufacturer premiered a collection of four unique BMW R nineT motorcycles, each conceived as a result of custom conversions by leading Japanese tuners.

Hotel Trylon entrance hall by Jean de lessard, Montreal – Canada

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Hotel Trylon entrance hall by Jean de lessard, Montreal – Canada

Callebaut Ambassadors Seminar’14 by Ingrid Picanyol

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Packaging created exclusively for the 2014 Ambassadors’ Seminar in Barcelona.

Florense concept store by Albus, São Paulo – Brazil

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As we enter the store, a rich paneled white wall, adorned with metallic piping, create a contrast between the classic and the relaxed. An imposing antique mirror ensures that this isn’t a conventional store.

Light Cave bar by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

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Glimmering fragments of light adorn the area next to the entrance—like shards of ice or crystal—lending the space a serene atmosphere reminiscent of light on a cool winter day.

Apollo 8 CM suspended light by Gaël Wuithier for woodlabo

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The external 12- branched wooden structure was conical in shape, assembled at the ends by 2 aluminium discs. Its high dome acted as a thermal shield keeping in the light source. On its way into the atmosphere the module gave off a fierce column of fire.

Rotam Vastgoed offices by MOOD Interieur & Delta Light, Breda – Netherlands

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In their showroom in Amsterdam, Delta Light has worked out a light plan with MOOD Interieur for the renovation of the Rotam Vastgoed offices in Breda. Domesticity, professionality, atmosphere and sustainability was the central focus in this project.

Ians Table & Asia Table by Luca Pazzaglia

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In Asia Table’s geometry, one bracket goes direct to the rectangular frame, the other one passes through the centre of the empty space bordered by it, without touching its edges.

Blond Boutique concept store by Christopher Ward, Carpi – Italy

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Based on a restrained budget restriction the project uses a enhanced existing shell with a full gold lacquered iron rod furniture fixtures in different solution such as total look cages or simple freestanding hanging fixtures.