During London Fashion Week we installed a smaller version of the Chloe St Honore Door campaign into London’s Sloane Street boutique.
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We thank you for your interest and support in the past two years. We have started the blog in May 2011 to bring together, inform and inspire retail design professionals. We have decided to celebrate our 2nd anniversary at a location of matching fame and success, ’The World’s Greatest Bar’ /voted best on Lonely Planet’s 2012 voting of 100 great bars of the world/ the A38: a bar, restaurant and concert location on a ship anchored in Budapest on the Danube.
Established in 1818, Brooks Brothers was the first to offer ready-to-wear clothing and has continued throughout history with iconic product introductions including: seersucker, madras, the non-iron shirt and the original button-down collar.
The lights can be customized to the likes of the user, different colored or patterned cables directly result in a different looking shade. The metal ring on top makes sure the light is balanced and is a link to the original bollards often created from strong metal.
The layer technology appears in all fields of the design. Its main element is the arched picture wall which communicates the main issue of Sympatex conveying the corporate design to architecture.
The navigation based on bright colors that also help to orient better and creates special emotional background. Pictograms and wayfinding elements were placed right on the walls as supergraphics.
Roberto Giacomucci with Ceralacca proposes a table in which each leg was soaked in an amorphous material and matched to the surface, forever joint to it: a modern sealing wax which solidifies thus identifying, as a seal, the designer and his creation.
The project main objective was to expose the entire collection of fabrics, ribbons and accessories in a factory stripped environment. We chose to use neutral materials and colors with black and white pattern scales in order to visually not compete with the main topic of the environment, the ADINA product mix itself.
The overall outcome in the offices is a modern, open-space scheme, with a functional structure, that reinforces the collaboration and communication among employees, whereas at the same time it enhances self-concentration.
The store concept is pretty much an extrapolation of the design that can be found at Denham’s dutch headquarters, featuring museum-grade specimens of workwear in glass cases and vintage props as a backdrop for the label’s own forward offerings while vintage tailor’s scissors welded into innovative fixturing accent its design philosophy within the retail presentation.
The Stalasso was inspired on a dripping stalactite. The two sides of the room can meet in a unique was and fuse into a light element.
A redesign of W Seattle’s public spaces that melds together layers of the past, present and future that represent the Emerald City.
We send out real briefs to potential clients with the line ‘Now you have some of ours, we’d love to have a look at some of yours’.
Beyond the traditional amenities of fine dining, exotic libations, and live music, the Fenix introduces a template for a new form of creative and social interaction — on site and online.