Dumas, a French designer based in Amsterdam, found a cheap and cheerful method for displaying and decorating the Spanish brand’s shoes. Long wooden sticks were dipped in paint, then sliced and stapled to create shelves, frames, lighting stands and wall fixtures.
‘Nodo’ takes the essence from a classic piece of furniture and transforms it into a dynamic object completely made out of fiberglass. The interwoven fibers are not only designed to function as a structural component but to allow the piece to behave as a membrane, where communication between the environment and its context is encouraged.
The focal point of all this dazzling splendour is a maquette of a Buddha sculpture by renowned artist David Begbie, created from a single sheet of bronze mesh. Additionally, Begbie created a complementing wall-mounted piece that consists of no less than 207 brass Buddha figures.
Rojkind Arquitectos have designed the “Portal of Awareness” installation in Mexico City. The designers were commissioned by the coffee brand Nescafé to use 1,500 coffee mugs to create
the public installation.
As we enter the floors there are small lobbies as a prologue to what takes place inside. Informal meeting spaces and phone booths to receive suppliers without having to go through the whole office. Next, an open space with infinite possibilities. Each brand has its own personality, colors on columns, ceilings and furnishings.
Exporting a modern interpretation of British style to the East. Exporting the British design style overseas to Hong Kong, Blacksheep have designed Boujis members club, bringing a modern interpretation of traditional British style and heritage to the eastern metropolis.
In Rio de Janeiro the sportswear giant has recently opened Nike Ipanema, its first brand experience store in all of South America.
David Collins Studio have collaborated with Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen to open their first ever menswear flagship store on Savile Row. Framed panelling, original parquet flooring and a curated glass cube lend the space a unique gallery feel.
Taking ‘line’ and ‘lime‘ as the representation of dynamics, young and energetic to respond to the design brief, designer creates this 15000 sq. ft. lifestyle space with a concept of sustainability and continuity.
The brand for the fast casual restaurant, Unforked, is comprehensive and consistent in its delivery. Lead by a mustard-esque color, the brand uses strong typography to deliver their message of clean food and intelligent cuisine.
Despite of the unique atmosphere combined with homey elements like waiting areas with rugs and dna lamps the design is not playing with the impossible. All aspects of the retail architecture and the associated presentation of the merchandise are planned and implemented right down to the last detail.
Building Bytes proposes a new method of fabricating architecture; desktop 3D printers become portable, inexpensive brick factories for large-scale construction.
Area Sq has created a central hub connecting the front of house and sales area on the ground floor to enable staff to interact; this includes a breakout and touchdown points and is linked to the large outside terrace by full height windows.
The shop in shop area can be see from everywhere in store and we have made a feature of the entrance with a large Canterbury logo with a bespoke lighting scheme which runs the entire length of the back of the store.