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Hogan Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

18 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Hogan Fashion Week windows 2014, Milan – Italy

COREDO MUROMACHI complex by A.N.D., Tokyo – Japan

18 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Using materials familiar to Japanese culture and climate, the comfortable and pleasing rhythm and vibrancy of the period was recreated here with a fresh, new design suited to modern times.

Visual merchandising for Helly Hansen by Kollo, Stockholm – Sweden

18 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

How do you draw attention to wellies and rainwear for kids, using simple graphic elements? Kollo turned all Helly Hansen windows into brick walls. The effect was powerful and made even grown-ups want to start school again.

Food store by DDesign, Athens – Greece

17 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Greek interior architects, Dimitra Papafilippou and Penny Eleftheriou of dDesign, have recently completed a project regarding a “special” store that sells eggs and poultry products.

River Cottage canteen by Mackenzie Wheeler Architects + Designers, London – UK

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Historical Context and Sustainability Basis for River Cottage Winchester Canteen Design. The opening of the latest River Cottage Canteen in Winchester is the fourth restaurant by the high profile West Country operation, adding to those in Axminster, Plymouth and Bristol, and the third of those to be designed by Mackenzie Wheeler Architects and Designers, London.

Sexyfood branding by Atelier Design

17 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Sexyfood branding by Atelier Design

Kleinerdrei indoor playground by Parat, Hamburg – Germany

17 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept of ‘kleinerdrei’ – means: less than three – in Hamburg offers everything for people under three years: a shop, a midwifery practice and a course room.

Ristorante Giovanni Rana by Europaconcorsi, La Spezia – Italy

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Ristorante Giovanni Rana by Europaconcorsi, La Spezia – Italy

Street furniture by Izabela Bołoz

17 October 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »



The interlocking modules of this street furniture by Polish designer Izabela Bołoz form flexible seating for members of the public to sit, recline or climb on.

Alien Trick offices by the employees of AlienTrick, Hengelo – The Netherlands

17 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Full service media agency Alien Trick recently moved into a new office space. Its interior was completely designed by the company’s employees. AlienTrick is a full service media agency which creates software and media content solutions with passion for its clients. Transparency is at our core, from person to property.

Kinetic structure for Melissa by Engage Production, London – UK

17 October 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Engage designs & delivers kinetic structure for designer shoe manufacturer’s new Covent Garden retail outlet. Comprising 21 clear acrylic boxes each displaying a single Melissa shoe, the bespoke DMX-controlled kinetic sculpture is the centrepiece of the store’s creatively styled contemporary interior.

Canali store, Madrid – Spain

17 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Canali opens in Madrid. On 2014. October 8th, Canali inaugurated a new boutique in Madrid, its seventh in Spain. The store, situated in the elegant Serrano neighborhood in Calle de Ayala, is characterized by refined, geometric forms that recall the rationalist architecture of the 1930s and constructivist art.

Jive Software working place by Office Principles, Berkshire – UK

16 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Jive Software is a leading software collaboration platform developer. They wanted an office design for their UK headquarters which would inspire and motivate their employees. To do this, Office Principles created a colourful, quirky and friendly office, which encourages a feeling of warmth.

Twin-Set windows 2014 Fall, Milan – Italy

16 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Twin-Set windows 2014 Fall, Milan – Italy

Dutch Silver Museum installations by Tinker, Schoonhoven – Netherlands

16 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

A fun and modern museum for the whole family. That is what the renewed Netherlands Silver Museum at Schoonhoven is all about.

Bretton Woods branding by Meredith Niles

16 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

Bretton Woods, Ski Mountain & Hotel branding by Meredith Niles

Duvetica showroom by Tadao Ando, Milan – Italy

16 October 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Tadao Ando defines Duvetica showroom in Milan with inclined cement wall. In 2011, Tadao Ando designed the milan flagship store for Duvetica. Now, three years later in celebration of its tenth anniversary the Venetian company, specializing in featherlight down jackets, has once again asked the Japanese architect to realize a new Milan showroom for them, as well as an extension to the previous retail space he conceived for them in via Santo Spirito, 22.

SUSHI-KOI restaurant by Grupo Spazio, Galerías – Mexico

16 October 2014 by retail design blog No comments »

The central circulation becomes the main design, goes through all areas, living through the route a number of spatial emotions. First access that passes over a water surface, then through the deck, later on the area of tables and last reached the stairs where there is a pond with koi fish.

Intersections installation by Anila Quayyum Agha, Grand Rapids – Michigan

16 October 2014 by retail design blog 1 comment »

‘Intersections’ comprises a 6.5-foot laser-cut wooden cube pierced with carefully crafted patterns and illuminated from the inside, which casts expansive, lace-like geometries onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.

Brown Rudnick Atrium by Brady Mallalieu Architects & EeStairs, London – UK

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The sound issue was tackled by panelling the walls with an acoustic timber batten system and the access issue was tackled by installing the steel, black and white spiral stair from ground floor down to Atrium level which also adds a sculptural feature to the room.