Wayfair Office by McMahon Architects, Boston – Massachusetts

03 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Following the client’s directive to create a unique space that highlights the central Boston location and unifies the various office floors, McMahon designed a central connecting stair featuring a multi-story image encouraging movement and showcasing a singularly-quirky moment in Boston’s history

R2 lamp by David Abad – B.lux

03 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Apt for home and contract use, also noteworthy is this lamp’s easy installation, thanks to a central suspension wire. The R2 belongs to the decorative lighting catalogue of B.lux, a manufacturer of designer contemporary lighting since 1980.

Sneakerboy store by March Studio, Melbourne – Australia

03 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Shoppers enter the premises through a tunnel – a signature architectural feature of the retailer’s showrooms – and once inside, a voluminous space unfolds, captured in an industrial palette of concrete, steel and glass.

Pchak packaging by Backbone Branding

02 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

While creating Pchak we didn’t want to go far from the original idea by including additional design elements. We used the same approach for naming “Pchak” which is the Armenian equivalent of “tree hollow”.

Chouchou Babyes & Kids store by Studio Oj, Taipei – Taiwan

02 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Based on the color psychology the designers select green materials which generate a healthy sensation, as well the selection of these materials will not be overwhelmed between the contrast of the colors and products. The materials are: Moss and Volvox Clay Paint.

Classroom and auditorium building by J. Mayer H., Düsseldorf – Germany

02 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The building was designed for the FOM University of Applied Sciences for Economics and Management — Germany’s largest private university — whose student body has gradually increased in size over the years.

Nike Court, London Unmatched by Mynt, London – UK

02 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Trophy-inspired gold floor vinyls announce the arrival of the Wimbledon range, tennis net-like mesh backdrops clad mannequin and table displays, and impeccable green turf runs along the edge of merchandising frameworks, all of which creates an authentic Wimbledon retail experience.

“My Amway Center” by Burosneg, Kazan – Russia

02 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The customer saw the Kazan office in a new format for both the company and its customers. “My Amway Center” is a multifunctional space, the special feature of which was the emphasis on the interaction of the consumer and the product. Here you can not only watch and buy, but also try.

Impar Restaurant by Esny Martin Design, San José – Costa Rica

02 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The house has a history and the original building materials are left exposed in order for the visitor to experience this historical feeling. New electromechanical installations were created for the equipment and lighting of the transformed space.

Canada Goose Shop-In-Shop by David A. Levy & Associates and Double Retail, Harrods / London – UK

02 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Harrods received two new fitouts – a large men’s and women’s shop located on the 5th floor and a smaller pop up on the Lower Ground Floor showcasing the brand’s more refined Black Label collection.

Symbol and Lavalier Lights by Satelight

30 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In an unusual pairing between space and jewellery, the Symbol light is inspired by the shape and style of stud and drop earrings, providing a beautiful point of difference with a unique narrative perfectly suited for retail, residential and commercial interior spaces.

A TWOSOME PLACE coffee&dessert by CJ foodville, Nonhyeon-dong Gangnam-gu / Seoul – Republic of Korea

30 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The corners of the pillars and the walls are all curved; and a half-moon-shaped patterned wood board is attached to have both the details and the volume felt at the same time.

Iever Beauty House by Adam-Design, Shanghai – China

30 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Different from the traditional beauty salon design, our designers combine its brand culture to integrate with stylish, dynamic, avant-garde elements to create a good customer experience for customers while designing this salon.

Molina Chai Concan packaging by YD Studio

29 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

We wanted to create a logo and packaging by mixing the art of Maya with the ancient Indian culture, African landscapes with ethnic prints. We took several tea flavors with vanilla, sandalwood, honey, herbs, and spices and tried to imagine what color corresponds to each of them, then developed several variants of packaging for various flavors.

Lievito restaurant by MDDM Studio, Beijing – China

29 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

It’s a pizza parlour, but one that aims high, serving its specialty dish not only in a gourmet variety, but also in design-led surrounds seamlessly compatible with the lifestyle of its well-heeled clientele.

Hyatt Regency Hotel Amsterdam by van Dongen-Koschuch, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

29 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The historic hospital building is transformed as part of a new 211 room hotel. In addition, the building contains all the amenities that one can expect from an international 5-star hotel, with a conference centre, bars, a restaurant with terrace, and accessible spa and fitness facilities.

Crawford Hoying Corporate Office by Kelly Eyink at M+A Architects, Dublin – Ohio

29 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Accompanying the digital graphics are sophisticated gloss on matte, frosted acrylic and stainless elements which represent the brand in a more tactile, non-digital format. Executive offices offer a sophisticated, unique feel through translucent film mounted on glass and printed with gray-scale photography.

Athena Book store by Balé Arquitetura, Brazil

29 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

With refrence to Partenon, temple dedicated to the goddess Athenas, the façade is imponent and striking, presenting doric elements, from the greek architetonic style, keeping it’s modern appearance.

YAN juice packaging by Backbone Branding

28 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept of the bottle was designed based on biomimicry principles: bitten apples put one after another which serves as a visual feature for the shape of the bottle. This way of arranging the bottles allows for a significant save of space both on shelves and in a container.

Salle privée showroom, Milan – Italy

28 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The setting is largely defined by monolithic plexiglass structures and a backdrop of polished marble flooring and mirror paneling which provides the usual effects, including a playful optical elongation of the building’s lavish baroque ceiling.