Louis Vuitton store, Tokyo – Japan

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The shop is a serene oasis of polished timber, glass and furnishings similar to other Louis Vuitton stores across the planet.

Vero Moda Flagship Store at Königstrasse by Riis-Retail, Stuttgart – Germany

03 December 2013 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The store is divided between a white space on the ground floor and a black space on the first floor. The two contrasting floors provide a customer experience with unique interior design, natural materials and sculptural installations. The tall glass facade is tying the two stories together and stands out on Königstrasse during both day and night

Sandwichbike by Pedalfactory

03 December 2013 by retail design blog No comments »

Inspired by the concept of flat packing and home assembly, we were driven to develop a new bicycle concept; the Sandwichbike, a bike made out of two wooden plates! The contemporary design, the large surface of the frame and the absence of welding joints makes the frame visually attractive and easy to assemble within 30 minutes.

Radisson Hotel by HASSELL, Shanghai – China

03 December 2013 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The design concept was driven by the integration of art as functional elements which inject colour and interest in an often unexpected manner, while still ensuring guest comfort and practicality. The artwork is unified with the design to create elements of intrigue and surprise.

Roastcraft branding by Tom Clayton

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Branding, packaging and stationery for Geelong based coffee roasters, Roastcraft. The branding reflects the owners passion and dedication to slow roasting coffee the traditional Italian way.

Soloio shop by Oficina Mutante, Valencia – Spain

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The design reflects the quality of their fabrics and it’s artisan character. The usage of traditional materials such as wood and iron for the furniture and hydraulic tiles on the floor contrast with the bare concrete walls, thus creating an elegant, masculine atmosphere whose sobriety highlights the quality of the Soloio products.

Auriga nightclub by Sanjay Puri Architects, Mumbai – India

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An old factory warehouse was stripped off its external walls to allow the insides to be infused with natural light and create a view of the large trees along the road from its internal spaces that were transformed to a restaurant and a nightclub.

Cerro Verde stand by MiD arquitectos & La Trastienda fabrica de diseño, Arequipa – Peru

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Moving elements are also included in the stand’s design; a door opens to display the pop-up book, a wooden box that slides with the aid of dolly wheels to uncover the city’s model, pulleys, cables and counterweights that open and close the infographic light panels. These moving pieces promote engaging interaction between the stand and its many visitors.

Google Headquarters by Jump Studios, Madrid – Spain

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Working with warm earthy tones that compliment the headquarters’ open spaces and bright lighting, the office space is situated in Madrid’s iconic Torre Picasso high-rise building, blending qualities of traditional Spanish architecture with bold and vibrant modern design elements.

Petit h for Hermès installation by Studio Toogood, London

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In keeping with petit h’s theme of exuberant reinvention, the utilitarian white space repurposed the distinctive shapes and templates of signature Hermès bags for a series of sculptural displays in glossy leather and resin.

Aesop LAB concept by Cheungvogl Architects, Hong Kong

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The timeless material palette composes of black milled steel, oak ply timber, laboratory taps and industrial stools, which can be easily adapted across all the modular concept stores. Seemingly as a family, the stores retain their individual distinct cultural values of its place.

Frenchologie pop up shop by BAT Studio, London

02 December 2013 by retail design blog No comments »

Working to a limited budget, BAT Studio has designed an exciting retail space for Frenchologie, a French design retailer, using everyday, mass-produced, low-cost materials not usually associated with interior design. The result is a rich, highly textured space featuring a paper raffia ceiling and a forest of broomsticks.

Net Blow-up installation by Numen, Yokohama – Japan

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Net Blow up is a further development of the Net project both in means of construction and appearance. The object is inflated till the outer surface reaches adequate tension for stretching the nets connected on the inner side of the object. This construction excludes any use of additional structure.

HOME-1 collection by Ciszak Dalmas for Rugine

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The HOME collection is comprised of tables, bookshelves, night stands and sofas. In the BASIC finish the series takes advantage of the Corten steel, with its rough texture, marked or perforated, in combination with a treated Oak.

WHOLE WORLD Water identity by fuseproject

02 December 2013 by retail design blog No comments »

The black type is strong, elegant and promotes a sense of urgency. The collateral work is equally retrained, laying out facts and figures about the cause in clear and inspiring ways. The logo is debossed on the glass bottle, eliminating the need for extra labeling and providing a tactile grip.

Brosway flagship store by Stefano Sagripanti & Brosway, Milan – Italy

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A series of drawers are hidden within the solid wood walls: at first sight it’s hard to realize whether each wood lath is the front of a drawer or not. Besides providing space for stock, these timber walls house tiny pullout shelves equipped with mirrors.

Carhartt WIP x AIAIAI TMA-1 headphones

02 December 2013 by retail design blog No comments »

The latest AIAIAI x Carhartt special edition colab is a case of two brands with similar outlooks and design philosophies teaming up for a fresh, new take on a selection of AIAIAI’s acclaimed products.

Kiton Stand by A4A design, Florence – Italy

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The stand has been designed to create a series of small rooms off a central space. The interior in different colours reflects the new collection and acts as a backdrop for the mannequins. T

MANGO windows 2013 Autumn, Vienna – Austria

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MANGO windows 2013 Autumn, Vienna – Austria

RIANI shop-in-shop concept at Mode Brühl by HEIKAUS, Graz – Austria

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This ambience and goods presentation correspond to the brand‘s claim and philosophy and reflect them. Clarity meets sensuality…Coolness meets elegance. Designed precisely, the entire sales area is invigorated by sophisticated details, absolute clarity and exclusive haptic properties, just like the label‘s fashion and products.