my panda store by Torafu Architects, Tokyo

01 November 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

To create space for the two-toned clothes, shoes, bags and products, we have proposed a ‘house’ that is divided into two colors. The house occupies both the inside and the outside of the store space: as a counter and display shelving on the inside while functioning as display windows as well as a bench on the outside.

T tea packaging by Maria Milagros Rodriguez Bouroncle

01 November 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The package is simply called T and takes us to a full contrast opening experience. If the box is extremely simple at the base, it opens with an explosion of color where each little teabag is a fine piece of paper folding art.

Svensk Travsport Offices by Note Design Studio, Stockholm

01 November 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

The ambition was to create a space with personality; a bold, updated interior that engages the passionate people of swedish trotting. To emphasize the organizations history and extensive archives of horse breeding we designed two large, circular book shelves were you, crawled up inside can catch up on your thoroughbreds family tree.

Lanvin windows, Paris

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Lanvin windows, Paris

SPORTSWEAR STORES! Sport Vision sports shop by Milos Joksimovic, Lazarevac – Serbia

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Sport Vision sports shop by Milos Joksimovic, Lazarevac – Serbia

Goldberger loft office by Tervhivatal, Budapest – Hungary

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Hungarian architects Zsanett Benedek and Daniel Lakos (Tervhivatal) have created an office in Budapest in the loft of the former textile factory named Goldberger by building boxes.

karis boutique by Suppose Design Office, Hiroshima

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept of the store is space that is changing its view or atmosphere depending on where you are standing, such as caves or limestone caves. At some points the place offers a view to the end of the store, and also it has an area surrounded by the inner partitions.

Quatro family by Kenyon Yeh

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Quatro is a unique unit, in which the doors have uncertain quadrilateral shape. Meaning, when opening the door you will not only watch the stuff behind the door, but also it shift your sight through gap in each door, you will make quick view what is in next door, there is sense of curiosity in Quatro.

Office by Assemble, Melbourne

31 October 2012 by retail design blog 2 comments »

The eventual design was composed of five triangles mirrored and repeated five times across the length of the ceiling. All the structure and battening was drawn up in detail in 3D, then built on the floor of the studio before being hoisted up onto the ceiling.

Custom Lighting by Aqua Creations

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Custom Lighting by Aqua Creations

Aesop store by William O’Brien Jr., Boston

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

O’Brien Jr. inventively recast several characteristic historic design elements and paired these with new and reclaimed antique white oak, used for flooring and strikingly articulated shelves.


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Nam-po identity by Twelve Studio

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Taking inspiration for the graphic treatments from native handwriting, we simplified this and introduced a modern colour palette and friendly typography to communication the brand values. The resulting look and feel was then rolled out across a wide range of applications, from the interior of the shop, through to packaging, animated menus and a simple website.

Salon Urbain by Sid Lee Architecture & Ædifica, Montreal

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Sid Lee Architecture and Ædifica turned the parking area at Place des Arts into a Salon Urbain, a versatile new space ideal for meeting up before or after a musical performance, a gallery visit or a conference.

The Bay windows, Toronto

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

The Bay windows, Toronto

SPORTSWEAR STORES! Speedo store at Harrods by officeTwelve, London

31 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

The ‘Swimming Pool’ installation would attract over 5,000 customers over a 4 week period and would present female fashion swimwear, male and female training swimwear and the new Hero Collection range in conjunction with the London Olympics.

Yandex Office by za bor Architects, Kazan – Russia

30 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

To make the working areas more comfortable, the lighting estimations have been made, to correctly organize lighting, and the ceilings have been sheeted with Ecophon acoustic panels, which have sound-absorbing qualities.

Rica Hotel by Scenario Interiørarkitekter, Narvik – Norway

30 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Along with large graphic patterns in vibrant colour combinations in both carpets, wall patterns against the wooden look , we “break” up the tight style of the exterior of the building, to create a calm, warm and colourful atmosphere inside.

Bayer trade fair stand by Walbert-Schmitz, Dusseldorf – Germany

30 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Development of an independent brand presentation conveys a concept of transparency and openness and creates communication areas with an inviting feeling. The VisionWorks optics is to be reflected in the fair stand.

LOOP sound absorbing panel by Anne Kyyrö Quinn

30 October 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

LOOP panels can suppress unwanted indirect sound waves such as reflections that cause echoes and resonances that cause reverberation, too.

Clube Disco by Maurício Arruda, São Paulo

30 October 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

The renovation project for Clube Disco was guided by a range of concepts such as “Brazility”, presented by the selected materials, colors and shapes that take part in our memory and express our contemporarity.