Joya Studios store by Taylor and Miller, New York City

15 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The space is comprised of large floating steel and wood veneer surfaces suspended from the factory ceiling. None of the steel surfaces touch each other, meaning that while they define the retail space, the beautifully scented activities of the factory space permeate the retail experience.

Voyager Espresso coffee shop by Only If, New York City

14 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

It is based on the organization of two circles: one for service, the barista station, and another for seating, the so-called grotto. The barista station can be read as a positive volume, whereas the grotto can be read as a negative volume excavated from the surrounding walls.

Hypothesis exhibition by Philippe Parreno at HangarBicocca, Milan – Italy

14 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Although the overall experience is looped, certain elements are influenced by external factors. Fragmented sound-bites consist of picked up radio frequencies and ambient noises recorded outside, catching certain moments when a train passes by.

10 Missions Media office by Shea, St. Paul – Minnesota

14 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The open floor plan and strategic zoning streamline the production process, creating a constant circulation of people and ideas, and inventive details including a tire-tread wall and engine-based coffee table give a nod to the company’s background in automotive publications.

Kagurazaka Eel Osteopathic Clinic by HEADSTARTS, Tokyo – Japan

14 February 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Paying respect to the unique atmosphere with refined elegance that people’s lives and streetscape of Kagurazaka create, Japanese aesthetics and a palette of subtle colors were incorporated in designing the small yet relaxing space.

VMV Supermarket by cityscape architects, Sofia – Bulgaria

14 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Due to the modest internal height most of the installations are visible. Fragmented suspended ceilings and powerful hanging elements help for better orientation in the hall and mark the most tempting products group.

Cook Fans Chinese noodle bar by David Ho Design Studio, Beijing – China

13 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Along the right wall, more kitchenware to make noodle such as spoon, strainer, tongs, bamboo scrub, fork, and cutting board adorn a dark oak display case, making those simplistic tools look like a prized possession.

The New Electron Chair by Konstantin Achkov for LOCK

13 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

All the elements are assembled on the puzzle principle without the use of screws, nails, etc. All the wooden parts of the chair are finished with Teak oil.

Tribes office by AbrahamsCrielaers, Eindhoven – Netherlands

13 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Tribes in Eindhoven is characterized by interiors reminiscent of nomad tents, both in terms of color, materials and accessories. Extensive open spaces are used to recreate interiors suited to a vast array of situations: numerous corners mingle with work terminals located among long desks and wide tables.

Mimosa collection by Aqua Creations

13 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The shades are made from a laser cut, galvanized metal structure sprayed with clear polymer, resulting in a white membrane that perfectly distributes the light.

Alter Cube store by 3Gatti, Shanghai – China

13 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Since money doesn’t grow on trees, 3Gatti maximized the teensy budget by excluding real wood as an option and instead choosing a material in local abundance: bamboo. With the wide variety of bamboo products available in the Chinese market – plywood, herringbone patterned board and pulp boards – the blocks could become retail reality.

David Jones flagship store by Dalziel & Pow, Melbourne – Australia

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Featuring a restrained monochrome palette and premium finishes; the design elevates the store experience with a more aspirational, fashion-led attitude.

Green Office Lobby by 4N design architects, Hong Kong

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Within the indoor lobby, one major design feature is a circular room that serves dual functions as a museum wall, as well as a locker room for three hundred people.

St. Ali café, Jakarta – Indonesia

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The space boasts prisitine white wallis and latticed wood as a backdrop, and is furnished with sleek, simple furnishings. Although natural light gains easy access, lighting has been given special attention, and comes in a variety of forms that add up to the contemporary vibe.

Hogarth Chocolate packaging by Sugarcube Studios

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The wrappers are embossed and printed on beautiful antique Heidelberg machines using high quality specialty paper stock.

ANTILOPE stool by Mario Alessiani for Offiseria

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

ANTILOPE stool by Mario Alessiani for Offiseria

Sushi B Japanese restaurant by Garde Italy, Milan – Italy

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

In order to invite the customers inside the restaurant, the design resembles a forest in a summer evening with natural plants that cover the entire wall near the entrance.

Golden Ratio pavillion at Hotel Show 100%, Athens – Greece

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Choosing panels made of three different materials, alternative design options for every hotel space are being presented: tile, lacquer paint and wood are materials with special qualities, ideal for any design intention.

Shaw Communications Offices by McKinley Burkart, Calgary – Canada

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Paying homage to Calgary’s historic roots, we used a blend of modern furnishings and traditional elements including sculptural pieces. Each and every space is original, yet flows seamlessly together.

SK-II Chinese New Year windows at Harrods by officeTwelve, London – UK

12 February 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

SK-II draws the viewer through a fantasy of white into a glittering jungle with golden products set upon a pristine pebble.