Tommy John Office by Float Studio, New York City

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With a subdued color palette and artful barriers that delineate spaces without putting up whole walls, we designed a versatile, utilitarian space for them – an environment to mirror their product in its refinement without indulgence.

“The After Party” by SYNC|STUDIO in The Curtain Hotel, London – UK

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We created the LA inspired ‘Electric’ display to create the perfect backdrop for the vintage pieces. Our team tapped into their Californian roots, and channeled punk rock LA vibes by utilising reclaimed raw wooden palettes, and a cladded concrete effect floor to create an industrial look and feel.

Pacific Derm by omb, Vancouver – Canada

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We achieved elegance through simplicity: a progression of spaces where the warmth of natural white oak wood, and light grey tones in the walls, natural stones, solid surface materials and furniture, add layers of sophisticated depth to a clean white milieu.

Domicile Tokyo store by Yoshiro Nishi a.k.a. Yoshirotten, Tokyo – Japan

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Fully stripped back, it now features the structure’s original wooden beams and concrete flooring, using only red transparent sliding doors as a pop of colour. Domicile Tokyo stocks a range of highly niche streetwear brands, including items from the A$ap Rocky’s design collective Awge, infinite archives, pleasures, know wave, and frog skateboards.

Palo Santo Hotel – the first Green hotel in Argentina by AISENSON Arquitectos, Argentina

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Palo Santo’s extensive sustainability program covers energy, water, CO2 and O3, insulation, air and operations. The plants are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they achieve an ecological goal by providing natural insulation for the building against climate extremes, helping to insulate the external head and cold, reducing the impact of the wind and absorbing water excess.

CARIN flagship store by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

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Planterior, the combination of plant and interior, is an effective method of eco-friendly and emotionally appealing design. A new sunglasses showroom has been making waves in the famously trendy Hongdae neighborhood for its lively planterior and unique laboratory concept.

Sansibar by Breuninger by Dittel Architekten Gmbh, Stuttgart – Germany

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The fine dining area is home to a modern interpretation of the wicker beach chair. Framed in subtle beige, with light oak wood panelling on the interior surfaces, blue upholstery and marram grass, the banquet booths present an inviting and pleasant place to sit.

Growmore by Husum & Lindholm Architects

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The duo, who run a studio called Husum & Lindholm Architects, want to make it easy for anyone to construct their own three-dimensional garden – so developed a modular building kit that can be assembled in endless different configurations.

Tata Motors Office by Sankalpan Infrastructure, Mumbai – India

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The inspiration for the visual character of the space was drawn from the trove of indigenous automobile elements, translated literally or metaphorically. The graphics from Tata’s futuristic hybrid car Megapixel are used sporadically across the office on screens, partitions and on branding elements.

#RIANISTA 2017 windows by DFROST, Stuttgart – Germany

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Rich in contrast and playful RIANI presents itself this fall. Balloons merge with the black and silver setting and provide space for the presentation of the new colourful collection.

VAVAS & Projekt Product eyewear shop by NiiiZ Design LAB, Seoul – Korea

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XianMoFang Grain Powder packaging by NIO NI

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Draw the natural appearance of the grain with an illustration. So that buyers can see the original look of grain.

VÈLO7 Cycle Shop by mode:lina architekci, Poznań – Poland

06 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The cyclists needed a multifunctional space which could easily accommodate the functions of a bike shop, service and repair and a place for bike testing. Knowing that in VÈLO7 it is all about two-wheelers, our designers tapped into bicycle inspirations.

JETLAG tea & wine bar by Mimosa architekti, Prague – Czech Republic

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Stainless steel was chosen as the basic material. The bright, subtle and only suggested steel curves reflect the imaginary lines delimiting the time zones.

Entertainment Suite by Joyce Wang, Hong Kong

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Dedicated to extravagant entertaining, the hotel’s newest and largest suite measures an expansive 2,250 square feet, providing guests with the ultimate retreat for socialising or relaxing.

Spacemob Ascent Coworking Office by ID21, Singapore

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Designed and built by workplace specialists ID21, the space fuses the energy of a vibrant interior design with the dynamism of a coworking community, making it a hotbed for creative work and collaboration.

The Culinary Village by Lukstudio, Zhejiang – China

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The main display area is organized as a series of white huts, each presenting an ideal kitchen: minimalistic white, total black, rustic country and modern American. Lukstudio has placed these volumes carefully, carving out strategic openings to create a visual dialogue with one’s movement.

Gentle Monster store, Shanghai – China

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An evocative retail space has been created, using different materials, artful objects and nifty, moving installations that all allude to the aforementioned theme.

Urban Bloom packaging by ProcessAG

05 September 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

It’s a “lack of design”, that articulate the calmness in our product. A calmness that starts from our matte black packaging that void of sales pitches all the way through the tactile intimate feel of our product as you sleep.

Soft republic store, London / Spitalfields – UK

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Unilever’s famous Wall’s brand came together with I-AM, and created Soft Republic to re-imagine soft serve ice cream for Millennial and Gen Z consumers, while ensuring that it remains as compelling as ever for traditional audiences.