Rosetta Restaurant, Sydney – Australia

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The restaurant is set across three of the building’s lower floors, and boasts an interior design that’s clearly inspired by midcentury aesthetics. The dining area is encased by floor-to-ceiling glass that allows in floods of natural light and provides sweeping city views at the same time. walls covered in vertical wooden slats form the backdrop of a variety of seating arrangements.

Biomorphic furniture by Mathias Bengtsson

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The furniture series explores the possibilities of software contribution to artistic creation, wherein 3D printing serves as an analogue for representing organic forms. Bengtsson begins with what he calls ‘the promise of technology’ – ‘the desire to push the limits of what is imaginable, and the will to create objects unlike any that have existed before’.

Seven Coffee by dongqi Architects, Changzhou – China

28 August 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The interior space is an overall “L” shape space. Coffee, craft beer and bakery zones take places separately in the three corners of the “L”. Coffee and craft beer zone have white ceilings and floors and the bakery zone is a space with black covered all surfaces. The black and white spaces is divided by the curvy ceiling edge and steel wire.

Volkswagen showroom by Dalziel & Pow, Bullring – UK

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Volkswagen’s inaugural new store concept, designed by Dalziel & Pow, uses “the joy of Volkswagen life” as its inspiration. Located in Bullring, this pioneering vision for automotive retailing connects consumers with the pleasures of car ownership.

SUAN LONG Restaurant Chain by DYER-SMITH FREY

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The fish-shed pattern of the paravents is lasered out of oak layers and was especially developed by the designers. As a separative element, the paravents define the restaurant’s character and its tripartite spatial structure: Bar and Lunch area, Open-Restaurant and Fine Dining.

“Tohoku Standard” souvenir shop by Keiji Ashizawa Design and Delinium Arquitectes, Japan

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Over six hundred units of the “carry stool” were combined and stacked to form a display system along the surface of the walls. Other simple pieces from the Ishinomaki Laboratory collection such as the “aa stool” and “ma series” were introduced as display platforms for the store’s merchandise.

SSG Office by ADP architects, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

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Hospitality style highlighting spectacular materials and lightings is the key concept ADP has come up with to deliver premium brand image for client. Less in materials but felicitous in detail that has created premium, elegant look for the whole office.

Denim Days AW17 windows by Malgorzata Botor, Warsaw- Poland

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The main idea was to promote the denim clothes and prepare interesting mannequin styling. I decided to play with the image of David’s sculpture.

Chicken Rice Corner by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

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Behind this tiny shopfront, Masterplanners successfully incorporated a full production kitchen in a tight space of 55.5 sq.m, ensuring effective creation of large amounts of tasty chicken for distribution to multiple locations.

Ginshariya Restaurant by Tsutsumi & Associates, Shanghai – China

25 August 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

We referred and extended flying rafter which is often used at the traditional Zen temple, and by overlapping several layers of rafters, we construct a step-like dynamic ceiling to express powerful orientality.

Arthotel ANA Momentum by DFROST, Göppingen – Germany

25 August 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A combination of unique interior design with the familiar feeling of arriving at home. Skilfully designed hotels such as the Arthotel ANA Momentum captivate guests without overtaxing or obstructing them. After all, modern hotel guests expect functional, stylish accommodation that is more than a place to rest their heads – it is a place for them to enjoy, feel at home and spend a few precious days of their lives.

Office LAB Coworking Offices by Offconsult AG, Zurich – Switzerland

25 August 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

As a vital part of any Coworking Space, the community area was located prominently by the entrance. The colourful and open Community Area and Kitchen invite you to meet, eat, play and collaborate. Not only does this provide a warm and welcoming experience for any visitor, it also helps structuring the space from busy and energetic zones to more quiet areas for concentrated work.

Wave of buckets by Factor Eficiencia and 5468796 architecture, Mexico City – Mexico

25 August 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The 100.0 m² temporary pavilion uses common painter’s buckets as its building blocks, connecting them together via an expansive grid of ropes. In the Mexican capital these objects are typically used to claim a piece of street by “viene viene” entrepreneurs, who operate outside the government’s oversight and aggressively charge drivers wishing to park.

Radboud University Dental Sciences Building by Inbo, Nijmegen – The Netherlands

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After earlier plans to construct a new building, the principal opted for the renovation of the prominent Dental Sciences Building, beloved by the university community. This offered a great opportunity to showcase the potential of the oft-maligned concrete architecture from that period.

TSUKIJI SUZUTOMI restaurant by GATE interior design office, Tokyo – Japan

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TSUKIJI SUZUTOMI restaurant by GATE interior design office, Tokyo – Japan

Sum of the Parts beer packaging by Toolbox Design

24 August 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The result is this gilded beauty, covered in gold Prisma foil, which deconstructs the recipe for beer. A typographic interpretation of the ingredients of beer. The package was displayed at Victoria Craft Beer Week in Canada.

ALL SH store by Linehouse, Shanghai – China

24 August 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Responding to the urban context of the store, Linehouse realizes a curved stainless steel installation which operates as a retail system on the interior, as well as a dynamic façade treatment. Perforated stainless steel panels with a graphical treatment of varying punctures and patterns were inserted, shifting between the inside and outside.

The Toku Collection for Schiavello by Gavin Harris

24 August 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Toku, which is ‘talk’ in Japanese, includes benches, ottomans, tables, stools, and screens that can easily be moved around to design workplace setups based on various needs.

Deutsche Bahn Lounge by CRi Cronauer + Romani Interior Architects, Nürnberg – Germany

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The dynamic and pleasant shape of the self-service counter accompanied by the same wave-like curve at the ceiling, illuminated with an LED strip, enhances the warm atmosphere of wood surfaces below in combination with the clean white shelves.

Wut store, Tokyo – Japan

23 August 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The interior design boldly takes cues from its former cradle, featuring tiled up surfaces and furnishings, and as if to flaunt an evolution of sorts, walls clad in matching vertical planking. The all-white interior is offset by suspended and moveable clothing racks in a bright red hue.