Yoox Net-A-Porter Tech Hub by Grimshaw, London – UK

27 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The idea of contrasts is translated into a ‘warp and weft’ aesthetic with complementary materials and colors providing a sense of movement and texture. A calm and refined atmosphere is created through material choice which includes timber, concrete, velvet, leather, felt, bronze and ceramics.

Saxa salt rebrand by Robot Food

27 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Premier Foods asked Robot Food to reinvigorate this trusted brand with a stronger, fresher purpose, contemporary appeal and to give it pride of place again in UK kitchens. The rebrand would include fine table salt, cooking salt and Saxa So-Low, as well as rock salt, sea salt and new, more premium products.

FrischeParadies store by ROBERTNEUN ARCHITEKTEN, Stuttgart – Germany

27 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The differentiated lighting concept designed by ROBERTNEUN™ ARCHITEKTEN for the stunning architecture and interior design of the recently opened Stuttgart store of FrischeParadies GmbH & Co. KG gives structure to the spacious interior, emphasising distinct zones and making it easier for customers to find their bearings in the store.

Oriental Vision Flagship store by Prospace Asia, Guangzhou – China

26 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A Simple geometric pattern was used as a key design feature that was applied to various screens and lamps within the store to create the dominate design language. This language provided both visual and tactile interest and through its use of materials such a gold plating and gamboge yellow; it allowed areas such as the sunglasses wall to become a focus in the store to drive interest and sales.

Office Revolution Office by Eastlake Studio, Chicago – Illinois

26 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Office Revolution was ready to firmly establish their new brand with a space that reflected the firm’s commitment to high-quality design. Their new workplace presents a forward-looking organization that is a strong partner for design firms and their clients, while providing an efficient, ergonomic and comfortable workplace for their staff.

Askona store by Weavers, Moscow / Krasnodar – Russia

26 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The new strategy of Askona retail network development means the shift from the mono-product shop of mattresses to the integrated “sleep” solutions retail concept that would include beds, sofas, upholstered furniture and interior design products for bedroom, different accessories and gadgets for sleep, textiles and so on.

Invisible branding concept by Laurynas Kamarauskas

26 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Based on one of the 2017 consumption tendencies, the project aims to set forth a new experience for a consumer, to grab inert visitor’s attention, to make visitor stop for a moment and marvel.

OAK Building Apeldoorn office by Mulderblauw architects, Apeldoorn – The Netherlands

26 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept of Oak Building in Apeldoorn is based on the industrial history of the building and the nature in the surrounding area. The key question was “how do we get nature and technique to connect in an interior design?”

Cheil Jemyunso restaurant by CJ Foodville, N Seoul Tower / Seoul – Korea

26 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

There is a ceiling structure that is invisible from the outside to the inside. This ceiling structure has the detail of a lattice-shaped form that boast of Korea’s magnificence. In addition, lights are placed in between to make the space look larger.

Claude store by Silvio Girolamo, Adelfia / Bari – Italy

26 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The project is the exaltation of a dialogue between past and present, tradition and modernity, curved lines and straight ones. The space is defined by a simple and clear layout and a color palette of muted and neutral hues that are quiet, calming and discrete.

Fastabarista branding by gizmo.studio

25 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Visual variety is built on the American graphic examples of the 70s – the age of highways, choppers, cabriolets and the air of freedom. The brand logo is created in this style.

Team 8 Office by Kedem Shinar Architecture & Design and Skorka Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

25 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A special emphasis was given to the materials which combine a mix of concrete, light wood and colored aluminium profiles. The glass walls wrap around the space and in combination with the lighting create a sense of endlessness.

JZ Club Shanghai by STUDIO C8, Shanghai – China

25 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The JZ Club is one of the most well known jazz clubs in Shanghai, and even in China. Live music seven days a week, they have been attracted jazz lovers since it launched in 2004. The design team aimed to elevate their characteristic ambience and the exciting experience of enjoying jazz music at the new venue.

Car workshop and office by Neri&Hu, Beijing – China

25 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Neri&Hu wanted to preserve as much of the original building as possible, while creating a new interior that recaptures the “allure and magic” once associated with with the car industry. To do this, architects Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu juxtaposed an industrial palette of metalwork and grey paintwork with refined walnut timber and brushed bronze elements that recall the craftsmanship of antique cars.

Travelstart headquarters by Inhouse, Cape Town – South Africa

25 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The brand’s distinctive colour scheme of blue, white and grey dominates every floor. The circular logo, prominent on the ground floor, persists on the first and second in the form of circular ceiling pendants that lower the lighting. The open layout, transparent walls and four-metre-high ceilings foster ease of access, create a spacious atmosphere, and help to ensure that full use is made of the natural light from the building’s sizable windows.

N Dental Clinic by Quaddesign, Seoul – Korea

25 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The two dimensional space is, therefore, interpreted three dimensionally, enriching the experience of the users. Because the wall at the waiting room is serving too many purposes, we wanted to make it disappear. Mirror was used to deeply allow a lawyered space.

Mrs B Salon by Pallavi Dean Interiors, Dubai – UAE

25 July 2017 by retail design blog 3 comments »

The custom designed styling stations are complete with integrated power sockets for equipment, entertainment drawers with ipads and dekton worktops. The Belmont Takara chairs traditionally used in Barber shops add a masculine touch and are perfect for feminine face treatments!

Vista Walkerhill Hotel by Quaddesign, Seoul – South Korea

24 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The floor and mass of the walls were finished with gray colored main stone with minimal design. White marble pillars and floor patterns give special characters to the space. Through wall, situated at the edge of RE: BAR, opens up and closes the space smoothly. Furniture of the lounge was placed to offer a warm, cozy feeling to remind a living room and a den.

Lejanamente Juntos wine by Dizen

24 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Trivento winery (belonging to the Concha y Toro group) selected us to develop this project that should be positioned as a niche product within its vast portfolio. Lejanamente Juntos is a wine that has a “author wine” profile in which the premise was to be different from the “TRIVENTO image style”.

HomeAway Offices by OSCA, Singapore

24 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A “Bar Styled” conference space with high stool at table setting (talk about work meets play). A homely “living room” discussion space with comfortable lounge furniture for causal discussions. We created a “bean bags room” where it is even more causal with dozens of beanbags to hug!