Sight Unseen Offsite exhibition, New York

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The show will encompass a series of smaller exhibitions at the venue, including work created by five pairs of New York and Norwegian designers and a curated selection of designs by emerging talents.

Aniye By Outlet by Christopher Ward, Barberino del Mugello – Italy

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The design is characterized by a metal main cage that includes all furniture and lighting fixtures. All fixture are integrated to the cage and freestanding and are design melting straight and curved lines.

DAL DUCA Showroom by M2A Design, Hong Kong

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The suspended metal frames have been designed to give dynamism and character to the space with asymmetric elements and overlapping lines at different heights and thicknesses. The smoked glass shelves give a touch of class and transparency to the structures.

Puglia Crossing Identities exhibition by Migliore + Servetto Architects, Milan – Italy

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Highlighting up the most significant fragments which connote the heterogeneity of the territory and of the Apulian offer is the starting point. These elements, correlated with each other within two different structured compositions, generate two completely different discovering experiences, which are at the same time complementary one to another.

FRIENDS English Club by The Goort, Dnipro – Ukraine

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Before developing the interior concept, we created graphic corporate identity that reflects the idea of the brand. In the interior design, we decided to accentuate with a color one wall which passes through all rooms.

Mirage Arabica Coffee Concept by Karen Gevorgyan, Armenak Grigoryan & Maria Gevorgyan

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

We took coffee Arabica and visualized 5 types of coffee connecting them to each other. We decided to separate the ingredients by turning them into colors.

Theo&Co. boutique store by KOGAA studio, Brno – Czech Republic

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The new store features a wooden podium that acts as a connecting element between two existing areas: the selling space and the backstage. The first visible function of the wooden platform is that of a display surface, extending to the wall as one area for displaying the items on sale.

Benedict daily bar by The Goort, Kharkiv – Ukraine

19 May 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The premise is located in the basement of a former rental house, after dismantling the old wall cladding, it was decided to leave the open brickwork and all metal structures, supplementing with furniture and lighting in the loft stylistics.

Benetton Pop up cubes, Milan – Italy / Cannes – France

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The Benetton Pop Up Cube have proven great potentiality to bring awareness to the brand where in Milan there were 1000 registered video emotions recorded, 2000 people interacted, of an average age of 28 years.

Food and Drink Federation Office by Peldon Rose, London – UK

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Bright colours have been used in the office design to help uplift the space and the colourful office furniture is a vibrant part of the central flexible office space.

Austrian Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale 2017 by Erwin Wurm and Brigitte Kowanz

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

As a whole, “Infinity and beyond” represents a virtual infinite space. Kowanz’s light installation can be seen as a cosmological model – a miniature of the universe. The cosmic messages of light also require receivers.

Maison Decorté by Marcel Wanders at Ginza Six, Tokyo – Japan

19 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Marcel Wanders signature bells welcome the visitors into the store where the walls are covered in a three-dimensional representation of skin cells punctuated with pulsating flowers that express the rejuvenation of the skin.

AHA Dear Series coffee packaging by mousegraphics

18 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The specific coffee containers are defined by the use of this logo and, in the case where mousegraphics also designed a cup-like container, the logo became a decisive structural element.

Hair Center by Hilit Karsh, Haifa – Israel

18 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

This ceiling sets a dramatic tone that introduces the customers to the fashionable nightclub atmosphere. The main space still has the construction poles that were a part of the original building. They were coated in black, with elongated black stripes across the ceiling.

Handmade Burger Co by Brown Studio, Bournemouth – UK

18 May 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The emphasis was focused on developing further ideas on the use of reclaimed materials & industrial themes specific to the brand ethos mixed with ideas on its location.

“Chromatogram” installation by Studio Lazerian, Lancashire – UK

18 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Titled “chromatogram”, the installation is composed of fifteen, ten feet tall, walk-in “pods” fabricated entirely from precision-cut and individually printed cardboard modules. Commissioned as part of the “art in manufacturing” series for the national “Festival of Making” in Blackburn, Lazerian borrowed ideas, materials and expertise from the Cardboard Box company.

Canopy Coworking Space by Yves Béhar and Amir Mortazavi , San Francisco – California

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Delivering an elevated design aesthetic, a sophisticated membership program, and a concierge-style amenities program, CANOPY’s first location is now open on bustling Fillmore Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood.

Moto Guzzi Dustbin racer by Craig Rodsmith

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The bike’s balanced 950cc engine has been built by “the Guzzi doctor,” and is hooked up to a lightened flywheel for quicker throttle response. Rodsmith himself has designed and built a blow through turbo system using two sealed pressurized 36 mm delortos.

July’s Flower store by Alberto Caiola, Shanghai
 – China

18 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Flowers are the store’s natural centrepiece. Displayed in clustered pots adjacent to large mirrored dishes, the result is a cornucopia of images, the blossoms reflected ad infinitum to intriguing effect.

cottonREPUBLIC flagship store by Ramoprimo, Beijing – China World Mall

17 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The resulting structure is floating in the space surprising and surrounding the customers, like an oversized patterned women’s tights, a wrap-around roller coaster track, or the bent portion of a psychedelic Eiffel tower.