The Humble Co Natural Toothpaste by Evelina Ginzburga, Riga – Latvia

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This toothpaste from The Humble Co. is brought to you by dentists who care about your oral health, our environment and children in need of oral care. It is promoted as the eco-friendly, vegan and modern alternative to standard toothpaste.

Smart & Biggar LLP Offices by SDI Interior Design, Toronto – Canada

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Several spacious meeting spaces are also accessed from reception, with the waiting area simultaneously providing adequate room for several groups while offering a lounge-like atmosphere with a sub hierarchy of more intimate seating areas.

Atlassian Offices by OIII architecten, Amsterdam – Netherlands

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The reference point in Amsterdam was found in the immediate vicinity. The scale of the rear view of the houses opposite the inner courtyard was carried through in the interior design.

Beard Grooming by Kit USTRAA, Pune – India

07 August 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Our design brief was to develop a Unique Selling Point to boost the sales of the brand, against their competition.

PEDRALI FOX armchair by Patric Norguet

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The elegant collection of armchairs, outcome of the collaboration with the French designer and the intense research work on solid wood and plastic materials, is featured by distinctive character and contained dimensions, but above all by an identifying design with an harmonious mix of materials.

PEDRALI FOX by Patric Norguet

Mos Edition flagship store by Korea Niiizdesignlab, Shanghai – China

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The space designed by his young sensibility has wit and vitality, while arousing respect from its age. Niiiz Design was known with an installation exhibition of Gentle Monster flagship store last year.

GOH NO TORA restaurant by Nishiyama Tohru design office, Kyoto – Japan

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The facade covered with glass keeps up the Japanese traditional design and accepts all people. Its sensational design leads this area at the head as the name suggests. I tried to express that the tiger painted over the wall looks like a real live tiger and creates this space.

MAYSU Oriental Garden Boutique Store by Design Overlay, Xuzhou – CHINA

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From their shopping mall counter stores to their first and second boutique, we designed elegant & poetic displays by extracting the essence of the brand into a sophisticated & magnified oriental garden experience.

NAKAJIMA TAISHODO TAMBA by Nishiyama Tohru design office, Tamba Hyogo – Japan

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To create the design as a first step to make the life of the town return to its former state of a castle town. Be the design towards the future while conserving the landscape of the ‘Tamba Satoyama’.

Jose Luis Salon & Boutique by lauckgroup, Austin – Texas

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The salon exudes traditional glamour and modern style with several noteworthy design features, including its magnificent custom glass window display, a striking crystal chandelier, and an electric blue reception desk with a marble wall backdrop.

SYNLAB café by party space design, Bangkok – Thailand

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As a result, the designs is the combination of café and laboratory. Flasks are used as lamps in the front bar randomly to create lively atmosphere and draw customer’s attention. Due to the needs that we want to make the shop outstanding with its own key visual, we decide the bring the sense of New Yorker and their unique lifestyle in neatness but tactics.

Asset Management Firm Offices by TPG Architecture, New York City – USA

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In addition to their new workspace, TPG designed an interconnecting stair to stimulate collaboration and innovation. The client underwent extensive growth in NYC as well as globally, and has nearly tripled in size since move in.

Eat @ Ease restaurant by ARTTA CONCEPT STUDIO, Kwai Chung – Hong Kong

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The centre piece of the room is the stylish marble table, which gives off a modern and sophisticated twist
with the rest of its surroundings. The spot lights fixtures help enhance a dim atmosphere, interpreting a
loft-like environment.

Etude House flagship store by Dalziel & Pow, Seoul – South Korea

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Filled with colour, charm and fun, the store has the feel of a real home with a blend of classic and modern details. Though the iconic pink roof has been retained, Dalziel & Pow introduced a secondary palette to balance the brand’s trademark pinks.

Chan Juan Jewelry Store by Shangyuan Art Design, Shenzhen – China

04 August 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Each crystal ball looks like the bright moon under the contrast of orange color, and they correspond to the auspicious clouds which were made of screws, creating a special space atmosphere and memory, and an expectation to share the beauty of the moon together with Mr. Right.

Collabeeration beer by Unblvbl, Nizhny Novgorod – Russia

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The collection includes six varieties of unique beer released in limited edition. A sixpack has turned into a temperamental and slightly crazy gallery of awesome graphics — a rare and impressive solution for the Russian craft market.

Jian Li Ju Theatre by More Design Office, Shanghai – China

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When it is time, each participant in the production enters a small changing space, highlighted by an eerie number projected from a pinhole aperture on to the dark corridor floor. Here in a space reminiscent of a Lynch production set complete with heavy velvet curtains, they are provided with a script and transform into character.

Heqinghao Tea House by Shangyuan Art Design, Shenzhen – China

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This space aimed to create a quiet environment for tea lovers and build a high quality slow atmosphere that is comfortable and elegant to make one calms down. The tea house interprets the beauty of elegance through a unique new gesture.

Servier offices by ABD Architects, Moscow – Russia

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Important requirement from Servier was to create the design with so called French touch, emphasizing the French origin of the brand. Architects in return suggested using combinations of colors and materials, restrained and strict, the golden mean of a combination of incongruous things, such as an office and a French interior.

THE AGLIO GARDEN by Nishiyama Tohru design office, Kyoto – Japan

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It’s a material garden. This large open space is separated by light partition but you may feel that you have a meal in one big LDK in the case of a party. Intimate and graceful space.