Vericat Implantology by Vitale, Valencia – Spain

23 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Marble, bamboo wood, glass, brass and golden tones decorate the clinic. Stretch ceilings in gloss finish amplify these sensations, extend the areas with low ceilings and give continuity to space.

Rocky Pond Winery Tasting Room by SkB Architects, Chelan – Washington

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The owners’ interest in focusing on the experience of wine finds its expression in the casual seating arrangements, and the subtle, natural materials and hues used to build out the space. Defining the space is the forty-foot-long, custom-fabricated, pewter-topped tasting bar, which is set atop a whitewashed pine base.

Delta airlines collection by Alessi

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The Alessi for Delta collection is based on popular items already on Alessi’s catalogue where each one has been intervened and redesigned in order to fit aviation rules and regulations. The array is comprised of glasses, cutlery, porcelain plates, stainless steel serving tools, salt and pepper shakers and tabletop accessories like napkin rings and bread baskets.

Mitsui E&P USA Office by Mohle Design, Houston – Texas

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The concept was to provide a functional, fluid, modern space for visiting executives, while still eluding to Mitsui & Co USA Inc.’s design. Mitsui’s office designs are loosely based on regional influences. The resulting design of the Houston office is a great display of the melting pot between Texas, Japanese, and American culture.

Wall sculptures at Pace Gallery by Tara Donovan

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Tara Donovan’s newest wall sculptures at Pace Gallery are composed of thousands of white styrene cards that are individually stacked, glued, and rotated 90 degrees. Each of the 30 works in the gallery feels absolutely impossible – the mathematics, the labor, and the result. A closer look reveals the inhuman complexity and precision of overlap.

Wax & Go store by Reis Design, Komsomolskiy / Moscow – Russia

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As part of a complete brand overhaul, Reis were briefed to develop a new retail design concept to position Wax & Go as a premium brand within the express beauty market and to offer a complementary store design for their own branded range of retail product.

JTI Office by TTT architects, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

22 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The most striking design idea that we want to express in this project is the exquisite blending between rustic & simple philosophy of Japanese and the versatile and efficient philosophy of Western, especially the Nordic region.

Radisson Blu Seaside Hotel by Fyra, Helsinki – Finland

22 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In the downtown Helsinki harbour area, in lobby of the Radisson Blu Seaside Hotel, the success became apparent when witnessing the first clients pouring in, looking around and then proceeding to take out their phones and start snapping photos – a confirmation that the room boasting with a raw, gutsy interior had become the new living room of the people of Helsinki.

Bosch Plus Welcome Pack by RAM 360 Ukraine

22 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Water heater installers often use their phones during the work. And often they have no opportunity to charge their gadgets. That’s why our solution was to give installers a Functional gift in a box shaping the logo of Bosch Plus loyalty program with a power bank inside, symbolizing Bosch water heaters.

CANDIDA store by Christopher Ward Studio, Foggia – Italy

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The project scores the ambitious “smart and easy” goal of the architect and ownership. CANDIDA megastores, designed by Christopher Ward Studio, already opened in Naples Grandistazioni and Foggia, Bari, Salerno and is expanding to other regions from south to northern Italy.

Gonpachi restaurant by GLOBAL-DINING, Tokyo – Japan

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In this project, we tried to pursue deeper essence and more possibilities of the brand, deciphering the store’s unique location. The store is located right beside the famous sightseeing spot, Asakusa. The façade is covered by straight line copper panels.

“Kalaña” by Sofia Maldonado, Caguas – Puerto Rico

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Entitled “Kalaña”, the polychromatic intervention is part of the artist’s wider “Cromática: Caguas a color” project, which sees Maldonado collaborate with six other artists to revitalize unused buildings and spaces through and for the use of art.

Publicis Office Space by Cache ateliler, Sofia – Bulgaria

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The studio kept the atmosphere as clear as possible offering a variety of solutions to boost up the creative process and to ensure a neutral background where the ideas of the team to grow and develop. The industrial touch in the exposed duct and workstations materials leaves the sense of a reference to an idea factory.

Parley Ultra Boost X trainers by Stella McCartney

22 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The Parley Ultra Boost X running shoes, unveiled today, feature Primeknit uppers made from Parley Ocean Plastic – a manufacturing process which replaces synthetic fibres with yarns made from recycled waste plastic from the sea.

Louis Vuitton store renewal by Jun Aoki and Peter Marino, Hong Kong

22 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Upon entering the premises, plush settings by Peter Marino, another longtime collaborator of the luxury brand, unfold across two expansive floors, featuring a string of homey seating arrangements surrounded by custom-made shelving, displays, and curated pieces of art.

GTB Office by M Moser Associates, Shanghai – China

21 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

With retaining existing creative staff and recruiting new members a priority, GTB was determined to create a work environment that supported a healthy lifestyle and work-life balance. WELL certification for the design would underline its focus on ‘human sustainability’.

Lokal Hotel by Jersey Ice Cream Company, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

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Located in Old City, the Lokal Hotel features six apartment style suites that look and feel like you’re staying in a well-loved, well-designed home. What makes this one stand out from the rest is its innovative “invisible service” which seeks to anticipate all your needs as a traveler without disturbing your vacation or work trip.

My Little Spa packaging by étiquette

21 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A box format was chosen to house the set. It is convenient for both, displaying it in the SPA lobby and putting it in your suitcase. The open box also allows the contents to be seen and inspected by the customer. It has enduring appeal even after the original contents have been used.

Deleon Store by The Wall, Buenos Aires – Argentina

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A small street gives the perfect environment for this design, based in the simple lines and the use of white, back and copper in different ways. We’ve chosen the materials based on the simplicity and minimal design, but taking care of the textures.

Hangop café by Overtreders W, Den Bosch – Netherlands

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With a low budget, Overtreders W upcycled the furniture seen within the eatery. The second hand tables and chairs, the walls, floor, bar and stage were all painted in a vibrant orange by volunteers from the local arts center. An upper platform provides an alternative and more casual seating option.