Techspace Kreuzberg Coworking Office, Berlin – Germany

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The Berlin space, like all of Techspace’s buildings, is specifically designed for scale-up technology companies. Unlike other coworking spaces, Techspace’s scale-up members have much more ownership of their environments.

ROCKTAILS branding by B&B Studio

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B&B studio has introduced a refined yet characterful brand identity to reflect the quality of the drink, craft of the steam-distillation process and character of the flavour.

Gucci Garden, Florence – Italy

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The new Gucci Garden still features stellar exhibition galleries with a wealth of historic Gucci trophies curated by authoritative Italian fashion critic and curator Maria Luis Frisa and set across several themed rooms.

Catamaran at Palacio de Hierro by Grup Idea Mexico, Colonia Roma – Mexico

12 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The brand concept, a Boho-chic space where the architecture has taken advantage of “art nouveau” and eclectic of the Porfiriato with the refurbishment of different buildings that have enhanced the cultural development with its different squares, parks, coffees, restaurants, galleries and museums.

Thyssenkrupp GSS by Arquitetura Nacional, Porto Alegre / Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

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This was the site chosen by the ThyssenKrupp company to establish its GSS division – Global Shared Services – in Latin America.

Smari Cretan Honey packaging by Leftgraphic

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The hexagons that move freely in space symbolize the bees, which gather together to form a new hive. At the center of the hive there is the queen. Perfect symmetrical shapes suggest a well organized bee society. The hexagon, using motifs from the Cretan textile industry, captures the new hive and the result is right!

Flagship Store – H. J. Hansen Vin by Norbec, Copenhagen – Denmark

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Bottles from all over the world, now stands side by side – framed in solid materials such as Oak, Brass and Marble. There is a minimalistic approach to the Interior and an atmosphere which urges you to immerse yourself in this universe of tasteful wine and exclusive champagne.

Edelman’s Office Expansion by Gensler, London – UK

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Prior to creating a design strategy, Gensler engaged with senior and junior staff through visioning sessions and conducted utilisation studies to assess Edelman’s current work patterns and space usage, which informed the basis of the design brief.

SpinosCoffee Micro Roastery by AndreasPetropoulos, Kalamata – Greece

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The initial goal was to create a place worthy of the business’s long-standing tradition in the coffee sector. In this context, the materials and morphological elements used were the appropriate to convey prestige, quality and the sense of timelessness.

Muji store, Vancouver – Canada

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Muji Labo learns through product development and eventually the result becomes standard apparel in all Muji stores, reflecting practical design and conscientious materials that consider both the producer and the environment.

Takumi by Daisuke Mori restaurant by Mas Studio Ltd., Hong Kong

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Takumi by Daisuke Mori restaurant by Mas Studio Ltd., Hong Kong

Covered Torso by Hans Boodt Mannequins

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All elements that make up the Covered Torso collection are totally interchangeable in order to create precisely the character you like. Hans Boodt Mannequins adds their dash of Dutch innovation and creativity to make any product uniquely your own.

Nous store by Atelier HA, Paris – France

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The interior design, created by local practice Atelier Ha, is understated and makes clever use of the store’s concrete shell by exposing the entire back wall. A whitewashed ceiling, adorned by diagonally placed sleek light fixtures, and flooring of polished concrete frame the sparsely furnished setting.

Wagyu Bar by Emocon Design, Da’an District / Taipei City – Taiwan

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The designer used mustard yellow and coral dark green leather to enhance the fashion and vivid atmosphere. You can indulge in the space while you are having your premium meal.

Biovet Headquarters by Atelier Serafimov Architects, Peshtera – Bulgaria

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The separation of the panoramic offices has been designed with glass modular partition walls allowing reorganization of the premises whenever needed. The building has been projected to have raised installation floor and suspended ceilings assuring clear height of 3.00 m for the maximal comfort of the residents.

Two/six project by A-Side Studio

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Six breweries form two teams to create two rival brews, over the course of a weekend. This year, Arbor Brewing, Beavertown, Cloudwater Brewery, Harbour Brewing Co, Siren Craft Brew and The Wild Beer co gathered to craft a Saison and IPA.

Space Design for Yes24 F1963 by Woohyuck Park and Yanolja Design LAB, Busan – Korea

10 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The special feature of the location by allowing past and present to coexist in the same space is certainly in tune with YES24’s identity. YES24 is not only the leader in distributing books via online bookstore, but also the pioneer in establishing a systematic offline used bookstore.

Samsung Office by MADA Design Factory, Bangkok – Thailand

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We are not only bringing some characteristics from each country, but also creating functional spaces, fun elements, and happiness in the workplace. We blended both SAMSUNG’s existing innate identity in its strong corporate color as well as some various colors which came from the nature of those countries.

Yen restaurant by Sybarite, London – UK

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The aesthetic is strongly influenced by Japanese culture, and given its innate sense of understatement, the settings feel distinctly contemporary at the same time. The design makes the most of the high ceilings, notably a timber treescape structure inspired by bamboo forests that recreates a tree canopy effect.

Eye-D store by Ofist, Istanbul – Turkey

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This is a place where you not only shop, but involve in other experiences, being aware of your surrounding and valuing it. Eye-d is not just designed to be an optical shop. No business is just the business itself anymore. Everything is social.