Iris flower installation at NOW Gallery by Rebecca Louise Law, London – UK

21 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Within NOW Gallery on London’s Greenwich peninsula, British artist Rebecca Louise Law has suspended 10,000 Fresh irises with copper wire, making them appear to float within the gallery space. “The Iris” continues Law’s ongoing investigation of Floral Forms and their gradual evolution through the stages of beauty and decay.

TQ Office by Studio Appelo and Studio Acht, Amsterdam – Netherlands

21 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

TQ is a curated tech space in the heart of Amsterdam, founded by TNW (The Next Web). Its purpose is to push tech startups towards exponential growth by providing residents with the right community, events, and facilities.

NIKE AIR MAX running shoes by Marc Newson, Riccardo Tisci + Arthur Huang

21 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Industrial designer Marc Newson, fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, and engineer/architect Arthur Huang have all elevated aspects of different AIR MAX styles — from the AIR MAX 1 to the all-new NIKE AIR VaporMax.

Des Choux et des Idees Patisserie by Studio Etienne Bas, Beirut – Lebanon

21 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Circulation revolves around the glass display units where above, hangs what the architects call “the urban mirrors”, this is used reflect the delicate pastries towards the street and attract the gazes of passersby. LED white lights illuminate the contemporary space coupled with the mirrors capability to tilt and change position based on the patisserie’s opening hours.

Deck5 and KL Druck booth at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

20 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The contrast of spectacular motives and calm areas with wood surfaces or patterns, made this booth a place to spot something new around every corner.

Look4app office by Pixers, Wrocław – Poland

20 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

300 m2 is a real design challenge. Flat design, which became the main theme, works very well for such places. Its typical features include: very simple shapes, vivid colors, and clear pictograms inspired by icons of the applications in which Look4app specializes.

Namchon clubhouse by B&A Architects, Gwangju-si – South Korea

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As a result, sufficient discussion of what to keep before start building up and worries of the function had made to keep the value of Namchon and it brought newly and comfortable style of Namchon.

Budoubatake branding by Kenma

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The package widens the choice of purchase such as set and set. The design, which illustrates different varieties of grapes, will arouse consumers’ interest toward learning about grapes. And it’ll also lead them to purchase different products of their favorite grape.

Mani.lt store by Ramūnas Manikas, Klaipėda – Lithuania

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The store’s emphasis is glued timber strips ceiling installed sideward to the walls. Laminate flooring is installed the same way sideward. The goods shelves are designed with a certain arranged rhythm, of different levels, with up and downs.

Eastside Grill by Giant Design, Sydney – Australia

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A custom brass light fixture, a runway of herringbone flooring and a backdrop by famous Belgian born artist Caratoes all marrying the existing raw structure of this 100 year old building with the classic elements of a New York grill.

ŌYANE porcelain shop and gallery by DO.DO., Hasami-cho – Japan

20 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A roofed-patio with restroom was placed on the outside where markets and workshops can take place to promote the porcelain. Remnants of the porcelain artistry can be seen throughout the structure.

Cisco offices by FOX Architects, Fulton – Maryland

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FOX designed an office abundant with natural light, individual choice, that intuitively elevates the collaborative process through modular choice. Our design successfully unified two distinct cultures and has been praised by both Sourcefire and legacy Cisco employees alike.

Iota yarns collection

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Products in the first collection include petal-like poufs and stools made from gathered crocheted yarns. It also features knotted cushions and a series of rugs with wide coloured stripes and silky tassels.

Aesop store by Suh Architects, Seoul – South Korea

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Central to the store, a steel vessel for Aesop’s skincare bottles bears not only the weight of the main counter but the store’s identity. This ‘perched’ smooth mass is crafted from 3mm rolled steel whose shade was carefully coordinated with the indigenous Korean quartz and felts selected.

SAKEYA bar by Garde Italy, Milano – Italy

19 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The space concept is in between traditional Japanese sake storage “Kura” and Italian wine storage “Enoteca”. With this mix, we created a façade with the traditional Kura element, which is a grid made by half cylinder. The interior is divided in three areas: Mini-shop, sake-cocktail bar and restaurant.

Gravity-defying headphones by Kyumin Ha from Naver Labs

19 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The science of the perfectly balanced angle gives the illusion of the phones defying gravity, creating an air of weightlessness as they balance on the circular ear piece. The Gravity headphones feature a simple and minimalist design.

FluidOne office by Interaction, London – UK

19 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The design focused upon a clean and fresh aesthetic, which aided the flowing and open feel that was created to allow staff to work effectively and collaborate easily.

Jan Restaurant by I-AM, London – UK

19 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

I-AM worked in collaboration with the Jan team to create a destination restaurant full of excitement and uniqueness, where good taste goes hand in hand with creativity and innovation. Inspired by the golden ages of the Ottoman Empire and by the Persian Dynasties, Jan restaurant reflects a lost decadence and grandeur enjoyed by the former rulers of the Caspian Kingdoms.

Twisted Spirits packaging by Lyon & Lyon

18 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

TS’s gins have very distinctive flavours; we wanted the consumer to experience each flavour before tasting it, which is hard with a clear liquid. So we open sourced their ingredient data, representing every ingredient as a coloured bar, the more of it the bigger the bar.

Redot Restaurant by Red5 Studio, Ho Chi Minh city – Vietnam

18 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Still the combination of wood, rattan and iron materials, but on each floor is reduced to make a difference for each space but still ensure the thoroughness of the overall design language, which the most impressive material is rattan.