LUSH store lighting by Michael Grubb Studio, Manchester – UK

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

The interior features a palette of timber and white tiles, with neutral tones contrasting with bold graphics and the vibrant colours of Lush’s product range. Optelma’s linear LEDs and spotlights combine to create layers of light, forming a dynamic, energy-efficient environment.

Luna Salon by Soar Design, Changhua City – Taiwan

07 December 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Circular mirrors rest in wooden bases for easy movement, allowing the owner to rearrange the space as needed. Long pendant lights hanging just above the table emit a soft glow.

Just Orange Cinema by PMDL Architecture + Design, Hangzhou – China

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

Bold, oversized, saturated colour numbers used as feature entrances to each of the cinema screens create an outstanding, contemporary visual feast, both aiding in the ease of circulation for the patrons as well as composing a juxtaposition against the raw concrete finishes.

Alto da Invernadinha wine packaging by Priscyla Falkenburger

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »



In the wine label we see the mountains in the counter-shape and in the champagne we see them being formed by the yellow and orange lines. We also see a sun coming up through the hills.

Optician Affolter store by Barmade, Willisau – Switzerland

07 December 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »



A copper background serves as an exhibition surface for the eyeglasses on the wall. The horizontal laying spectacles are placed on the top of a concrete sideboard, standing in the middle of the room. Between the sideboards stand some high tables, designed for stand up consultation.

Norte Sur restaurant by In Out Studio, Madrid – Spain

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »



Norte Sur is a chain of seafood restaurants founded in 1954 by Don Andrés Gutiérrez. With 4 restaurants in the heart of Madrid, Norte Sur is one of the best-known seafood restaurants in the capital and proof of this is the continuous traffic of artists and celebrities who visit their premises to enjoy a great evening accompanied by an exquisite fresh product.

Slight Agitation exhibition by Fondazione Prada, Milan – Italy

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »



A 5-m-high wall with cylindrical openings fills the space, inviting people to place their hands inside to discover the hidden tactile mysteries. Subsequently, visitors discover the final room, packed with translucent L-shaped panels that can be moved and reassembled to create smaller spaces or new configurations.

Orange Business Services Office by T+T Architects, Moscow – Russia

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »



Great attention was paid to the corporate standards. The international office of the company provided the architects with a detailed brand book with a lot of restrictions and recommendations. The T+T Architects bureau managed to create unique solutions without breaking the basic corporate strategy.

Nursery wallpaper by Murals Wallpaper

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »



Bringing The Outside In: the designs are lovely alone, or can be used together on separate walls to create a magical environment where baby can play, learn and sleep! Adorable critters help create a story with the walls, with which your child’s imagination can run wild.

Debrand store by MW Design, Taipei -Taiwan

07 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »



Debrand store by MW Design, Taipei -Taiwan

Cadini store by 4D, Pune – India

06 December 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »

A store interior palette of Italian marble, parquet flooring, patterned walls. Contemporary lines and forms help connect the tradition of Italian suit making to the modern times.

Hammock vegan hang out by Egue y Seta, Barcelona – Spain

06 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

At an aesthetic level, just as it happens with fruit juices, Hammock’s interior design is all about natural and changing colour thanks to the dyed fibbers of the hammocks and all the hanging greenery that crowns the place.

MINA-TO communication space by Mandai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

06 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

By attaching aluminum on the steel plate, this wall makes it possible to exhibit paintings freely anywhere with magnets. This wall will also reflect the surrounding light and scenery and will change over while overlapping with the painting.

EDL Division identity design by Bravo Company

06 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »

A dynamic and fluid logo was created to represent collaborative spirit as well as the versatility of the space.

NamNam Noodle Bar by Metaphor Interior Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

06 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »


Since the food was indentically as a vietnamese food, so the interior details also reflect nostalgic street setting in Vietnam. We have designed couple of their restaurant but we always try to make something new and unique in every site. The color themes was same, but we put some of mural painting and woven bamboo to the details.

Behrer & Partners offices by VIDA, Stockholm – Sweden

06 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »



This placement of the agents on this raised area creates an uncluttered walkways between the offices’ two doors. VIDA used the platforms, as well as open bookcases and partial partitions to subdivide the otherwise open-plan spaces.

Olaf Swedish Sardines packaging by Alena Ploski

06 December 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »



The package is shaped like a fish that wraps around the can and can be easily removed to discover the nutritional information on the inside of the label. Fish shaped, color coded.

Amata Offices by JDJ Architects, Chicago – Illinois

06 December 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »



Keeping in mind Amata’s mission, we designed a vibrant office to include activity-based workspaces, collaboration rooms, huddle rooms and quiet rooms to accommodate varying work styles. Technology is embraced through the space, providing and encouraging tenant mobility, collaboration and networking.

Hall Cafeteria by República Portátil, Concepción – Chile

06 December 2016 by retail design blog No comments »


This scaffold is formed by a number of small boxes of 50x50x50 cm, it is a separator but also an empty space available to be filled of objects and productions. This space was thought to establish a diffused and transparent limit, a great vertical showcase that allows to expose memories and what has been done.

Betjeman & Barton Tea Boutique by iRetail Interior Design Company, Singapore

06 December 2016 by retail design blog 1 comment »



Strategic product layout and lighting makes all the difference in the shopping experience and this boutique exudes a calm and elegant vibe that will put any customer at ease.