Zadig & Voltaire flagship store, Paris – France

08 July 2017 by retail design blog 2 comments »

Very recently, Zadig & Voltaire revealed a rather stunning one-off design for a new flagship store in Paris, and it’s a venture that can be seen as a celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary.

Code 42 Office by Eastlake Studio, Minneapolis – Minnesota

07 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The new headquarters features town hall space for company-wide gatherings and a monumental stair connecting all three floors. The office provides comfortable, creative gathering options that promote movement and collaboration between teams.

Daemyung SOL BEACH Le Grand Chef by DAEMYUNG LEISURE INDUSTRY + Design BONO, Samcheock – South Korea

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As motivating the scenery of Santorini, Greek, the Hotel & Resort is considered the geographical position and Korean traditional identities. We can take a rest with the outlook of the ocean. By designing with the nature elements such as wind, waves and water on object, the designer shows sustainable design not only for following Santorini architecture.

Label Tech Promo Pack by Brandcentral, Dublin – Ireland

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The pack contained a brochure, a swatch of custom designed labels, and a limited edition bottle of beer with a custom label. All presented in a specially designed box that featured a strong arm on the lid.

weFix Alice Lane store by Whaam Concepts, Johannesburg – South Africa

07 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

weFix Alice Lane store by Whaam Concepts, Johannesburg – South Africa

La Luma wine bar by Tecnam Progetti & Afa Arredamenti, Mantova – Italy

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Warm interiors for the two connected areas: one part, dedicated to the traditional bar and various events, is decorated with chairs and tables in white color in contrast with a purple wall in antique effect; the other part is characterized by high table and stools in dark wood that best suits for wine and cold cuts tasting, 100% regional products.

Breathing colour exhibition by Hella Jongerius, London – UK

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Breathing Colour, an exhibition that takes cues from no less than 15 years of colour research by Jongerius. It’s an installation-based showcase that puts colour up front, allowing visitors to pick up a thing or two beyond the usual and ordinary.

Cingel College Break Out by studiomfd, Breda – Amsterdam

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Two large seating boxes that serve as storage for foldable chairs to be used during graduation define the area in several places for tables, a car coffee corner and stage seating. Resulting in a place that in look & feel easily matches what one would expect to encounter in a modern urban environment.

Christian Louboutin Infinity Tunnel Windows by Mes Workshop, Hong Kong

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Christian Louboutin Infinity Tunnel Windows by Mes Workshop, Hong Kong

Asport Scoop (86) sneaker club by Nightingale, Ingeldorf – Luxembourg

07 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Specialised in sports clothing and shoes that are just perfect for a contemporary active lifestyle, Asport is exploring a hybrid retail concept that invites visitors to visit the store more frequently, spend more time there, personalise their purchases and become part of a cultural community.

Creative Exchanges by Nightingale, Antwerp – Belgium

06 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Some freelance journalists prefer working in the company of others than on their own at home. Some stylists may like to update their administration in an area that suits their daily activities. Photographers sometimes want to experiment in a studio without having to make too much of an investment them-selves. Experiential marketing agency Nightingale provides all this by opening the doors of its Antwerp headquarters.

Mediterranean Towers by Studio Gad, Ganey Tiqva – Israel

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The light fixtures create the sensation which matches its purpose and activity, while producing various levels of intimacy. We chose materials which time only enhances their characteristics: wood planks, iron, natural stone and terracotta tiles.

Chanyin Millet Wine packaging by Lingyun Creative

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The paintings on the package tell the story of an old couple. They suffered terrible hunger from the drought and then a legendary bird gave them golden rice to eat. To show appreciation, they gave the golden rice to the world.

RUNNER CAMP store by PRISM design, Shanghai – China

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Urban workers run with the sunrise and run with the sunset. That scene is Orange which is a brand color. They recommend starting a new lifestyle that is healthy and stylish in the Shanghai city.

Pizza Express The Moor by Creed Design, Sheffield – England

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With its open frontage and use of warm colour and pattern, a zig zag motif is seen throughout, featuring on rafts, screens, flooring and upholstery. Rafts are placed at differing heights and playful angles, making the most of high ceilings and the bespoke copper lighting; designed especially for the scheme.

WE ARE THE REMIX exhibition by MUSEEA, Gothenburg – Sweden

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Drawing on various genres such as music video, documentary, performance and animation, the exhibition remixes human histories, imagined futures and dream worlds from across the globe. The exhibition features eight audiovisual works made by some of the most distinguished artists and filmmakers of today.

Phoenix HSL Office by PMG Group, Sydney – Australia

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Introducing the Phoenix family home; incorporating playful angles with an eclectic mix of styles and personal objects to reflect the fun-loving personality of the client, miss-matched like a share house.

Serra store by OMFGCo and JHL Design, Portland – Oregon

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Serra is the Italian word for greenhouse, and this is reflected in the design of the shop’s display cases. The black-framed vitrines have pitched glass tops to display the varieties of edibles, oils and smokeable products, along with the equipment needed to use them.

Bradoburger restaurant by Bilodunk studio, Naples – Italy

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The concept of the place is transparency: kitchen, butcher’shop and delicatessen are in front of the eyes of the person that enter. The elements used refer to the classic concept of butcher’s shop: the marble faces the imposing counter, from which the dishes go to the room, the beers are poured and the chest is located.

15below Office by Constructive Space, Brighton – UK

05 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

15below wanted a refreshed space that would suit their International, travel based brand. This required a lively, warm and colourful space, that didn’t feel like a grey corporate office.