Kozlik’s Mustard Powder packaging by Joel Derksen

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Launching in the US in mid-late 2013, Kozlik’s Mustard Powder takes the amazing flavour Canada knows and loves and makes it available to the masses as a powder. As a challenger in the mustard category, Kozliks wanted a package and presence that was dramatically different than the competition. Bold, gourmet, contemporary.

Porsche showroom by The Store Designers®

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The Porsche brand architecture for its retail outlets is distinguished by the extremely high extent to which it is globally implementable. Crucial to its success is a timeless, long-lasting and easily recognizable architecture concept. The new interior is true to the brand, is based on the consistent development of tried-and-tested design principles and is thus in line with the Porsche brand core “Intelligent Performance”.

Le Toit lounge bar at Eden House Premier Hotel by Oron Milshtein, Tel Aviv

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The design’s central element is an indulging 15 meter sofa, custom made for this project. The sofa upholstering is made of a singular fabric, the result of innovative technological developments. It does not warm or wear in the sun and maintains a soothing tactility under any conditions.

Mobhaus art + design hall, Nicosia – Cyprus

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The final idea was to use the above script as a manual to create a neutral hall by using plain forms with non standard shapes and to develop those forms with a low cost material like chipboard!

Bruketa&Žinić OM office by brigada, Zagreb – Croatia

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The new office is divided into several different “areas” on three levels, each with its own distinct characteristics and atmosphere. These new, open workspaces are versatile and allow interaction among colleagues.

Le Chateau windows at Eaton Center, Toronto – Canada

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Le Chateau windows at Eaton Center, Toronto – Canada

Fashion hill store by M.O.B, Nicosia – Cyprus

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A space with strong and aggressive forms in contrast with organic shapes. The creation of a “hill” connects the ground level with the upper level of the space and creates a futuristic perspective.

The Dom Rebel showroom by Igloodgn, Montreal – Canada

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What makes the Dom Rebel’s design so unique is the artistic way in which each article of clothing is carefully showcased as a work of art as well as the detail behind the design idea, carefully matching the clothing style to the showroom, rugged and refined.

Spider 3 legged table by MADA

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Spider 3 legged table by MADA

Ambassador hotel lobby by Oscar Vidal Quist, Benidorm – Spain

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The lobby takes the form of a cosy enclave, with organic pillars and a design that plays with light. The concept that ruled the design was a riverbed with stones eroded by water and wood bleached by the sun.

Moon Valley Organics rebranding & packaging by Partly Sunny

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Our approach centered on the idea of folk wisdom—simple, time-tested and connected to the earth—to present their products as both wholesome and effective. We combined this with a fashionably fresh color palette to stand out in a drab sea of natural products.

Chapeau multibrand store by Ramon Esteve Estudio, Valencia – Spain

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A large black steel marquee is illuminated through openings, it is the frame for the glass facade of the store, presenting separate entrances for men and women as scenes for showing the collections.

Quartier Putain café, Amsterdam

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Quartier Putain occupies a two-storey space and features a welcoming coffee counter on the ground floor which serves various quality coffee blends, tasty bites and a range of branded products. One floor up a compact event space is situated where emerging creative talent from different disciplines can either present their work or do a gig.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – Royal RepubliQ

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Royal RepubliQ is a leather brand founded in 2006, rooted in Denmark and based in Amsterdam. We are proud of our history, which is reflected in all aspects of our company – including the first part of our name, ‘Royal’, which represents our deep respect for the ancient monarchial tradition.

Aeria Games office by LINDEMANN PROJEKTNET, Berlin

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Online gaming company Aeria Games has moved their European-based team into a beautiful office space along the Spree River in Berlin. With interiors designed by Lindemann Projektnet, the office space has a pretty incredible look and feel.

Hermes shuttlecocks windows by Lekker Design, Singapore

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Here, shuttlecocks, and also badminton rackets, are made into garden-like properties such as flower shape table, trees, or tree twigs to display the jewelry or small leather goods.

Fortnum & Mason Candle Room by gpstudio, London

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Working with this historic base, gpstudio added simple yet beautifully made furniture. This furniture works with the architectural detail to create an atmosphere of purity and simplicity, which remains relevant to today’s consumer. Elements of opulence have been added by way of Murano glass candelabras.

KATY HAS A LOFT store by TBDC, Taipei – Taiwan

10 September 2013 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Material selection and color scheme with the inclusion of a variety of styles of furniture and decorations, appropriate diet, goods and cultural and creative aesthetics base to avoid distracting under the premise, showing a different kind of neutral aesthetic.

Mutiny bamboo pendants by Liam Petrie-Allbutt of Antelope

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The beautiful timber form is complimented by striking grills that perform with light. The timber cage aesthetic is balanced by a generous amount of light-play that is projected on surrounding surfaces.

GREEN_ZERO by Studio di Architettura Daniele Menichini, Revine Lago – Italy

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Minimal and pure lines blend with a hint of colour creating the basis for the bedroom area of the Naturalmente Chic suite. The space devoted to resting is immediately visible when entering the room: on one side, the bed headboard enriched by stylised branches and trunks, and on the other, a fully-glazed partition liaising the inside with the nature outside.