IBM Watson IoT Headquarters by Map Project Office, Munich – Germany

10 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The creative team at Map developed a new design language to represent IBM Watson IoT and an approach to explaining the complex nature of cognitive computing and the Internet of Things using physical installations.

Cumpleaños feliz Packaging by Los Fígaro

09 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

We handcrafted every bottle with a frosted glass bottom, a copper spray paint splash and a minimal label with a nice message that goes: ‘Thanks for being part of our first year. A tasty mezcal for those days of inspiration, for the stumbles, for the findings and for you. Cheers!’

DOE Store by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio, Shanghai – China

09 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Based on the Street Culture branding of DOE, the design of the store introduces the concept of street and city. As the store opens up to the street, bringing in urban landscape, the boundary between inside and outside is dissolved.

Via Monte Men Fashion Store by FRDC, Bangalore – India

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With customers becoming more confident and wanting to explore the market, the idea was to challenge the traditional way of selling and to create a gallery-kind of modern retailing space. This was the key driver for the design objective for the brand.

Modular furniture by RIGI Design

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Slim railings run along the top of the walls with racks hanging down over the sofa, the life board and the kitchen cabinets for items to be suspended from. A mirror has also been attached over a stand alone sink in the kitchen area.

Catcher store, Moscow – Russia

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The boutique, called Catcher, is an initiative by Lidiya Aleksandrova, a fashion professional with a lengthy track record in the luxury business, and pretty much reflects here expertise as a buyer and store manager.

Chef Gourmet brand identity by Ricebean Studio

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To give different personalities to each of the menus, we chose two different styles of handwriting typography and a varied color palette. The Executive Menu uses shades of yellow and orange and a typography inspired by the vernacular calligraphy, referring to the popular dishes of Chef Gourmet. Tones of green and a brush script typography, smoother and more fluid, refer to the lighter dishes of the Fit Menu.

Ardene’s Game-Changing Store by Dalziel&Pow, Saint-Jérôme – Quebec

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Through a refreshed personality, vibrant tone of voice and unashamedly fun visual language, this latest evolution of the brand captures a sense effervescence. The retailer has truly embraced what it means to be young, confident and full of life today.

Poke & Co restaurant by Studio EM, Dubai – UAE

09 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

We kept the palette very neutral with earthy tones coming through the use of greenery, the woods we used and the white tile. Essentially we broke the design down to 3 main components, greenery, timbers and tiles.

Hungry Man Productions headquarters by FreelandBuck, Los Angeles – California

09 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The apparently random arrangement of white boxes are actually strategically placed to enhance interaction between certain employees while leaving common areas open.

aLL festive window by Future Lifestyle Fashion, Pan – India

08 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept evolved from the process of pollination – evolution of life from the matter. As the wind/energy spreads pollens; it then evolves into a flower celebrating life from the matter. It’s every single petal pulsating life in its 3-dimensional form creating the musical-visual harmony sends a ceremonial vibration in the entire space.

NEERUS – Next Gen Indian Ethnic store by FRDC, Mumbai – India

08 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept is to embrace the Indian ethos, and yet provide an experience for today’s modern age customers. The store design embodies ‘athlethnic’ style- a transfusion of ‘Athleisure’ and ‘Ethnicity’. Inspired by traditional Indian courtyard house, the central space is created like an anchoring space around which all other spaces are laid out.

XinXian Inn Hotel by Penda, Beijing – China

08 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Throughout Beijing, the rich culture and vivid life-style of the Hutong areas are mostly getting replaced by high-profitable and shallow real-estate blocks. With the XinXian Inn Hotel, we tried to incorporate the atmosphere and history of the Hutong areas into a hospitality design.

Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz Office by FOX Architects, Washington DC

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Our team exchanged traditional solid wood walls and crown molding for all glass fronts with black trim to create a timeless, yet relevant look that defines WWE’s progressive culture. This open and bright environment creates a multi-layered space that encourages employees and guests to enjoy all areas of the office.

Aizone Xmas2017 by Arte Vetrina Project

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This new campaign sought to bring fashion back into real life by presenting the latest Xmas collection in a spoof supermarket, all marked Aizone.

Nic’s Planet by Mur Mur Lab, Jiangsu Sheng – China

08 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The circle is the motif we found, which is both extended and centripetal, complete but flexible enough. The circular combination is compatible with the tortuous boundaries of the site, and providing a strong subjective geometric order.

Hauser & Wirth Pop-up Bookshop by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

05 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The pavilion is assembled in the 3-story-high space facing the main entrance to communicate the ethos of Hauser & Wirth by showcasing H&W publications, selected artist products and the story of the Hauser & Wirth gallery and farm in Somerset, England.

Comtesse Du Barry Christmas Coffret And Advent Calendar 2017 by 2S Global Design

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Comtesse du Barry wished to develop a range of unforgettable Christmas boxes that would be up to this moment. In 2017, Comtesse du Barry immersed in the wonderful world of origami.

Joyful Harvest restaurant by Lee’sDesign INC., Songshan District / Taipei – Taiwan

05 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The warm and round space made of wooden material, the natural formation of the concrete wall and green atmosphere, simple and frank white space and the natural expression generated by the changes of climate and time on the rugged natural concrete wall; the crisscrossed variety of materials presents compelling experiences.

Work Better Office by The Crossboundaries, Mumbai – India

05 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The workspace, shared by over 90 staff members needed to be compartmentalized into various departments. The basic idea for design hence stemmed from the need for an energetic, young space that would allow more integration within the workspace.