Levi’s Holiday window campaign

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The festive composition in the stores’ windows, lit by typical warm holiday lights, translate the holiday feel inside to passersby. It entices them to come inside and enjoy the joyous atmosphere that characterises all Levi’s® stores this time of year.

Hermès store by Rdai, Oslo – Norway

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Upon entering the store, shoppers are welcomed with Hermès’ signature ex-libris, followed by a succession of stone arches that separate the boutique’s four spaces. Past the entrance, a large space unfolds, dedicated to silks, fragrances and jewellery accessories.

The Atelier Relaxium by Aviator Denmark in Terminal 2 of the Copenhagen Airport, Denmark

05 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The multicoloured oasis offers guests unique private and social experiences. The lounge allows guests to respond to the stress and anxiety that tends to precede a flight by choosing a colour scheme to fit their mood.

Reading Food and Slow Living restaurant by xyi design, Nanning – China

04 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The solid oak floor was made from old wood salvaged from old homes. The wall consists of thick cement bricks that have been hand-stripped to make them resemble charcoal. The abundant light pouring on the many green plants and the charcoal tones of the wood create an atmosphere that makes people naturally slow down, enjoy themselves, and savor their food in complete relaxation.

Malmö Chokladfabrik Bars & Cones packaging by Pond Design

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Using the brand’s distinctive design elements, Pond Design created a design with strong flavour cues, graphic simplicity and typographical detailing, strengthening visibility and accessibility. The design creates a friendly, happy and tasty expression that invites trial and experimentation.

Lu Ming Tang boutique store by Design Overlay, Shanghai – China

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The boutique store follows the same principle of the flagship store: a modern interpretation of Louis XVI style furniture with a nature touch of tea leafs. The visual merchandising took references from a real tea room by displaying product inside a glass container with cover just as desserts and tea leafs.

Brick Kiln Folk Inn & Museum – Interior Design by H DESIGN, Kunshan City – China

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The main theme of the interior design is extended with the index of architecture, extracting Jiangnan taste, brick culture and Chinese classical garden culture, aims to achieve the harmony and unity between modernity and tradition.

360° Smart Performance booth for ROY ROBSON by bontempo cubics + circles, Berlin – Germany

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The three dimensional interpretation of the ROY ROBSON brand DNA received special commendation for its modern approach and all-embracing experience.

Blushhh! store relocation by Akz architectura, Kiev – Ukraine

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Dipped in a light pink hue, it’s also quite distinctive as the backdrop comprises of white walls and sections covered in silver foil. Installed atop this plinth are metal frames which serve as clothing racks.

CopperMuse Rum packaging by Emrich Office

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We focused on deco-inspired patterns and rich colors. Subtly, this solution still evokes a tropical atmosphere of waves, sunny days, and hot nights.

IronSource new head office by RUST architects, Tel Aviv-Yafo – Israel

03 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

Adjacent to the core and the inner part of each floor, many public functions have been dispersed, the purpose of which is to create a work/life balance while providing space for informal collaboration while not detracting from the routine of the company’s employees.

Luca Faloni – In the Hood pop-up store by Lucky Fox, London – UK

03 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The purpose of the pop-up, entitled In the Hood, was twofold. Firstly, to work as a gallery space to explore the evolution of style for signature items like the hoodie, the polo shirt and the classic shirt which are synonymous with the menswear brand.

Sushi ichi restaurant by Lee’sDesign INC., Zhongshan District / Taipei – Taiwan

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The cypress unique bar area consists of lively wood grain and shade, portraying the original taste of the ingredients and the customer’s satisfied expressions. Japanese style grate and elegance brings out tranquilization.

Lashtique Eyelashes Studio by Evonil Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

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Exterior and interior design heavily insipired by classic interior design, with the touch of gold and marble elements, white-colour detail profiling, clear mirror glass. All of these design elements combine to create a feminine and elegant touch.

La Baignoire Stand Alone Bath by Charles Wan / Alvarae Design Studio

03 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Amongst the unique pieces created in the Alvarae studio, is the La Baignoire Stand Alone Bath. In a world of traditional white bathrooms, the luxurious ‘La Baignoire’ stand-alone bath has the flexibility to be positioned anywhere in the room.

Unicorn x Basement by Hejidesign, Shenzhen – China

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Connected by floating clothes hangers, the display areas are scattered throughout the center of the store, making it difficult to miss important sections. Shoppers freely move around the store, losing track of time among the displays.

Shiny copper clad BMW R100 R mystic by Vincent Degano

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Vincent Degano first developed an interest in BMW motorcycles from an early age, as his father was a member of the French police and rode them. Today he customizes bikes in a scrambler style due to its relaxed riding position. He decided it was time to try something new and build a café racer, so he chose BMW’s ‘R100 R mystic’ for the job.

Refurbishment of Sogeprom Headquarters by Ateliers 2/3/4/, Courbevoie – France

02 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

Interior double-height “lounges”, facing each of those hanging gardens and all possible associated uses, allow to make a welcomed transparency in the depth of the building and the plot. The play made here on the insertion of roughness allows to organize the building “Ampère e+” by offering it diverse uses and new timescales.

“Breathe it all in” shopwindow for Lululemon by Lucky Fox, London – UK

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Echoing the campaign’s ombre spectrum, Lucky Fox went to work building and installing reflective columns made from two-way mirrors with moving LED lights inset into them, which fill the entire window space. The lights within the mirrors undulate and change colour to reflect the gradient campaign colours.