Rico Gems Store by Design Overlay, Shanghai – CHINA

08 April 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Overlay created for them a discovery journey for customers to experience all aspects of Jewelry creation. Starting from the raw material extracted from the earth. Then making its way to the craftsmen Workshop; to finally reveal itself in a cozy & luxurious setting.

Toasted packaging by Elise McIntyre

07 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The hand lettered logo and whimsical illustrations bring adults back to their childhood, while the bright colors and sans serif fonts keeps the brand modern and sophisticated. The color palette was inspired by the various colors seen in a campfire flame from the bright red embers to the dark gray charcoal.

Izoard chairs by Ronda Design

07 April 2017 by retail design blog 4 comments »



Ronda Design’s constant research into shapes, materials and functions has led to the production of a seat with sophisticated taste, chic and contemporary style, suitable for living with a marked personality.

Marisqueria Norte Sur Restaurant by In Out Studio, Madrid – Spain

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Located on Calle Doctor Castelo 21 is the second restaurant that the studio designs for the well-known chain of Marisqueria Norte Sur. The initial approach of the reform was to design a small and sophisticated space with two spaces, bar area and restaurant, to transport the customer inside a unique cabin.

Bee There Honey packaging by AIDA PIONEER Branding & Creative

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The geometric design of each label reflects the bee’s ways from the beehive to the different places of honey flow – the linden grove, the may meadow and the buckwheat field. As a result we managed to avoid the traditional visual clichés (bees, bee’s cells, drops etc.) and create a nuanced design instrument which we can use to label different kinds of honey.

Surrender boutique by Asylum, Singapore

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The store’s aesthetic is inspired by Richard Serra’s minimalist metallic sculptures, and conjures images of papyrus scrolls using metal panels in a hard, cold palette.

Mythologia restaurant by Dimitris Economou, Worms – Germany

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Unique and elaborate construction on the walls, empowered by gold and bronze strikes, seagull designs on the roof, all compose a new era in Greece-inspired design aesthetics, in a magnificent attempt to surpass the common decades-long folkloresque decoration, infused with replicas of pillars and statues.

Oasis of light by Wink, Utrecht – Netherlands

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WINK created a serene oasis of light to stimulate the way to key locations as McDonald’s and MediaMarkt. Existing light tubes were placed in a V-line, making it work in two directions.

Street One X-Mas 2016 window by Deck5, worldwide

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The Street One xmas window promises „24 Days of Joy“. Inspired by the advent calendar every week there is a special item feature.

NautaDutilh office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

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The use of robust, warm and natural materials in addition to the single glazed partitions attributes to achieving a surprisingly homely and exceptionally comfortable atmosphere. On the office floors, building cores are decorated with oak lamella. The rhythmic design approach further includes the entrance desk, room numbers, the signing and cabinet handles.

Baichuan International Cinema by UM DESIGN, Shenzhen – China

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Based on the original functions of a cinema, the concept of reading is integrated into the movie house to meet the client’s needs for diversified operations. The book lounge is the functional complement to the cinema, as audience finds it a perfect spot to stay before their movie starts.

Avalara office by Aedas Interiors, Brighton – UK

06 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Bright, eye-catching colours and large-scale graphics dominate the walls to convey a vivid corporate brand, with the rest of the scheme remaining monotone.

The Drama Hotel by Taipei Base Design Center (TBDC), Shanghai – China

06 April 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Here is “The Drama”, it’s a hotel, but also the best theater. Not long time ago, one of the masterpieces of Immersive Theatre “Sleep No More” was finally confirmed to be played in Shanghai in December, 2016. By the coming of this drama, “Life in Atour” starts to run “The Drama” officially.

AYCA branding by WHA-T

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Inspired by minimalism and pattern configuration, this sophisticate design communicates the focus of Ayca for moment and modernity. The atmosphere is soft, with an international touch, that already expresses the desire of the 2 Indian creators to export their product overseas.

Joy collection by Sitland

06 April 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

A new seating concept which is immediately eye-catching thanks to its silhouettes and colours; this furnishing accessory can by nature easily adorn any room in the home, an office or a contract setting.

DoubleTree by Hilton by DesignLSM, London – UK

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Inspired by Kingston’s rich aviation heritage, the overall design scheme holds a warm and contemporary aesthetic, with subtle touches of aircraft paraphernalia. The hotel lobby is designed to be a welcoming and social space, with a blend of relaxed seating and tables suitable for groups, alone travellers and casual business meetings.

“Treehouse” garden pavilion by Scott Kyson

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The founder of London-based Studio Kyson designed and constructed Treehouse for his three children, who are aged between four and eight. The structure measures just 4.5 metres by 2.7 metres and has an open top. Located in the garden of the family’s Epping Forest home, it features reflective cladding designed to mirror the surrounding foliage as well as the house.

unbot inc. Office by PRISM design, Shanghai – China

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In this design, we’d like to create a space that could accommodate both various of communicating and relaxing atmosphere to release the stresses from work. So that staff would be much more creative and cooperative.

Aishti Spring 2017 window campaign by Arte Vetrina Project, Beirut – Lebanon

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The discs that run in sync are the perfect backdrop for the campaign’s claim “ENJOY YOUR LIFE” while the shades of blue and yellow highlight the mood of the new collections.

Camper store by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

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The overall collective palette is composed of matte and industrial materials. Steel mesh racks were chosen to add a sense of depth to the space as well as providing an adaptable solution. Urethane rubber and MDF boards were chosen to match the color of the shoe boxes, while galvanized steel and dyed cork were chosen to reflect the concrete floor.