Oli & Ève, Maison de coiffure by Espace 313, Longueuil / Québec – Canada

30 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The designers imagined an exclusive environment with a mix of boldness, chic and aesthetics. In the industrial-looking space with 18 feet high ceiling and visible concrete, designers took advantage of the abundant natural light while adding a touch of human warmth and conviviality.

Escriche, cultura del sabor by Estudio Vitale, Castellón de la Plana – Spain

30 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Under the slogan “flavour culture” (“cultura del sabor”) as Communication strategy, Vitale designs a space with a relative inspiration in a traditional kitchen, which aims to make visible a homemade, healthy and natural food.

SAMSUNG Galaxy World by Cheil Germany GmbH, Berlin – Germany

28 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The shop in shop system Galaxy World creates a brandexperience in a competitive environment that transports the DNA of the brand. A 360° led header is in the center of attention and gives the space an emotional layer.

Bloomberg’s European headquarters by Foster + Partners, London – UK

28 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Bloomberg Arcade is now a key route for people moving around the City, with restaurants and cafes at ground level, set back behind an undulating façade under a covered colonnade.

La Floraison by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

28 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A classic shopfront of clean frames and glazing are used to draw patrons in, allowing an opportunity to get a glimpse of the interior before entering. The façade uses darker tones to introduce a sense of masculinity to contrast the feminine floral motifs.

Mita Market – Melal Mall by Dina Group, Tehran – Iran

28 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The colors were chosen in a way to make the customers feel luxurious walking into the store. The wooden textures all around the store combined with the custom made light fixtures hung from the exposed ceiling gives the store a modern eye catching look.

Futuristic hotel by MVRDV at Dutch Design Week 2017, Eindhoven – The Netherlands

27 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

(W)ego is a concept for accommodation that can adapt to the different needs of any future inhabitants – whether they be families, students or refugees. Each colourful room is designed to suit a different occupant.

Replay Karaoke by Vie Studio, Bankstown – Australia

27 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Neon lights have been installed to create a mysterious and fun ambient, whilst the use of striking graphics of artists reinforces the business’ nature of being a Karaoke Lounge Bar.

Anna Skye Jewelry Boutique by ALLDESIGN, Beijing – China

27 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The interior design for Anna Skye Beijing is inspired by Anna Skye’s romantic lovebirds story: a lovebird named Blue falls in love with another lovebird named Green, but it is a taboo to love birds with different colors, they eventually turned into each other’s color and live happily ever after.

Essentiel Lifestore by Rémy Marciano architecte, Marseille – France

27 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Inside, the layout reflects the philosophy of the place; be in harmony with nature, give meaning to the pleasures of eating, of dressing, of being find!

CNA English language school by FAL Design Estratégico, Sao Paulo – Brazil

27 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

We from FAL Design Estratégico have just developed a new concept for CNA, that envolves architecture and graphic design. The inspiration comes from New York subway that represents moviment, conquest and connectivity.

High Moon Studios Office by LPA Inc., Carlsbad – California

27 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

High Moon wanted their new workplace to be a memorable place for visitors, a space that conveys their passion, creativity and non-traditional work culture. Stripped of cubicles and a “corporate” atmosphere, rooms are defined by big sliding glass doors and the strategic use of colors, materials and innovative wall installations.

Visual Merchandising for India’s leading lingerie brand, Enamor by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

27 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The aim was to create an experiential space where a woman from any walk of life can enter confidently to indulge in her feminine needs, an experience that needed to be fabulous right from the word go. Pop of colour, foliage and ultra-feminine elements created an exotic garden-like ambience within the store.

EZO Cheesecakes & Bakery by Evonil Architecture, North Jakarta – Indonesia

27 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The combination between the classical interior design and Japanese interior design blend into one strong, original, and unique ‘twist’ of interior design, emphasizing the usage of blue pastel finish to upscale the feminine feel. As additional decorative items at the wall, frames and wall lamps complete and invigorate the touch of classical interior design strengthened by the glass ceiling and glass wall design, enhancing natural sunlight into the interior.

IHG Crowne Plaza by Matthews Mee Ltd., London – UK

26 October 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Complemented with limed oak & carrara marble sufaces, delicate & elegant fret lazer cut steel screen divide the spaces without creating barriers & provide enticing glimces from one to the next, finished off with bespoke over scaled art work & mirror to add interest & reflect light.

Sacred Spirits English Peated Whisky packaging by Hart & Jones

26 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Sacred’s co-founder, Hilary Whitney, adds “Hart & Jones have developed a unique and beautiful design language for whiskies that started with our outstandingly successful whisky liqueur and will continue with exciting launches in the future.”

Himalaya Flagship Store by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

26 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In a volatile growing retail market the brand expectation was to build a premium space for its consumers. A space that will allow the customer to browse, interact and spend more time in the retail space, thereby understanding the ayurvedic and natural way of well-being.

Bian Dang restaurant by Vie Studio, Wolli Creek – Australia

26 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Having a simple yet clean colour palette, the attention is drawn to the food that’s served. Many of Bian Dang’s food are a culinary mashup of traditional flavours and contemporary processes.

Objets Nomades collection at Louis Vuitton Omotesando, Tokyo – Japan

26 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

It’s a special edition series of travel and furniture products created in Collab with a rotation of leading designers, and which was first launched in 2012, and aims to demonstrate the excellence in both creativity and craftsmanship.

WME Office by Hastings Architecture Associates, Nashville – Tennessee

26 October 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

WME’s new Nashville office showcases and embodies WME’s brand and culture. Driven by their “culture of duality,” the space was designed to be approachable, hospitable, and relaxed, while also being unapologetically unscripted, impassioned, and confident.