“Jungle” light installation by Teamlab

16 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Comprised of three different elements, the attendees will be able to experience a large-scale sculpture made with illuminative rays called “light vortex’”controlled by a software; a light canopy where visitors can go through sound and light called “light cave”; and an interactive feature called “light cords” where the crowd can make music by touching the light lines, generating the sensation of being inside an instrument.

Shinola store by Little, Los Angeles – California

16 February 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Known for its luxe leather goods and watches, this 4,484 sf Shinola store also offers two other exciting concepts within its space: 1) Saved Tattoo is located in the back of Shinola helmed by renowned NYC tattoo artist Scott Campbell and 2) Di Alba, an Italian inspired cafe.

Bruut 2.0 store by Mietze Onderwater, Hoofddorp – Netherlands

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

With the store all black and white and with glass windows from ceiling to floor, having all shoes lid up by beautiful LED’s and displayed on glass shelves makes the shoppers feel like they are in sneaker-heaven surrounded by sporty treasures.

Sacolas do Brasil shopping bags from Pão de Açúcar

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

With a modern design, the bags feature the cities’ skylines, highlighting their main icons, such as Cristo Redentor at Rio de Janeiro; Ponte Octávio Frias de Oliveira in São Paulo; Catedral Metropolitana de Nossa Senhora Aparecida in Brasília; Ponte dos Ingleses in Fortaleza; Praça Rio Branco Marco Zero in Recife; Elevador Lacerda in Salvador.

Losada Serrano dental clinic by Silvosa París Arquitectura, Madrid – Spain

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The project consisted in the complete conditioning of the space and its facades to build three dental cabinets. The design responds to two essential questions: the relationship between the three cabinets and the preeminent location of the waiting room.

Dulux Heritage packaging concept by Thnadech Kummontol

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

True to the meaning of the word “heritage”, this design borrows from the brand’s visual equity, and pays homage to the original 1930’s pack design by updating the 2 bands running across the can. Antique Gold and Prussian Blue combine to create a timeless and luxurious look, and become the complimentary backdrop to enhance the paint colour “swatch” and the “finish-type” identification colour.

Primark Damrak store by HMKM, Amsterdam – Netherlands

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A dramatic cross-tile floor pattern, based on similar patterns used widely across the city’s public and private spaces, defines key circulation routes throughout, and flips on its side to provide the store’s central focal point – a six-story-high tile-patterned wall which soars through the building’s central atrium.

Roadhouse restaurant by Circle Line Interiors, Kamianske – Ukraine

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The main goal for our design team was to develop a simple, understandable yet stylish interior to support the main concept of the restaurant. We used lots of tactile materials like wood and concrete. The colour scheme consists of only four colours: copper red, grey, white and black.

Blå Station flexible sofa by Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius

15 February 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The Bob sofa was unveiled at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair, where it was named the best product at the event’s Editor’s Choice awards. Made up of 26-centimetre-wide modules, it is designed to suit spaces of any size or configuration.

Co-working space by Selgascano, Lisbon – Portugal

15 February 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

As the trend of co-working spaces around the world is on the rise, Second Home Lisboa hopes to evolve into a venue that focuses on sustainability and sparks conversation and relationships between occupants. With over 1,000 plants and trees organized throughout, Selgascano uses greenery not only as a decorative element, but also to reduce background noise and improve air quality.

aLL festive window by Future Lifestyle Fashion, Pan – India

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Trapping the season with an innovative snowflake design in threads and gifts boxes with similar technique highlights the festive time of the year in India. The backdrop equally compliments the wintery and festive outfits.

SUGARCUP store by Betwin Space Design, Hanam-si – Korea

15 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

“Sugarcup” launched by E. MART Group is ready to offer everything which is needed to be attractive from head to toe. The main concept is named “beautiful moment”. If you stand in front of the shop, an endlessly crossed pattern by horizontal, vertical, or diagonal lines will draw your eyes.

Under Bar Himmel chair collection by the Aalto University students

14 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Each student was given four-, five- and eight-millimetre-thick rods to work with. Working alongside the university’s metal workshop specialists, they all created and welded prototypes, before each was coated and galvanised at the Piliroinen Oy factory in Salo.

Intango offices by T+R Studio, Tel-Aviv – Israel

14 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

With warm timber, neutral tones and bold orange and light blue contrasts, the reception provides a modest, smart & welcoming client experience.

Simply Good branding by Serviceplan

14 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Simply Good branding by Serviceplan

K Lamp by Vitamin

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Vine & Grind espresso bar by Morris Selvatico, Sydney – Australia

14 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Beautiful hand-made terracotta tiles were selected for the counter front, marble bench tops and Porters paint’s Palm Beach black was applied to timber paneling.

Forest of Numbers installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

14 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

More than 60,000 pieces of suspended numeral figures from 0 to 9 were regularly aligned in three dimensional grids. A section was removed, created a path that cut through the installation, invited visitors to wonder inside the colorful forest filled with numbers.

WME | IMG offiec by Sheldon Commercial Interiors, Sydney – Australia

14 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The space now boasts concrete floors, exposed ceilings, and a moody palette with copper and gloss highlights. Staying true to the client’s wishes – to see lots of black – the space looks sleek and sophisticated, with the kitchen even evoking nightclub vibes.

Puno light by Das Happy Medium

14 February 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Puno is a table and/or wall light with character. The light stands triumphantly on a surface or hangs organically of a wall. A complicated, yet polygonally reduced hand structure complements the simplicity of the lighting tube.