GANA headquarters by GANA Arquitectura, Malaga – Spain

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The key of this design is to empower the existing elements, as an opposition to the contemporary elements required for the activity itself. From a perspective of simplicity, the former house was transformed into an open space, where geometry and some simple elements, organize the room and adapt it to the office needed by the company.

Panama Banana by Agota Rimsaite

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Shadows in the Windows by Ponti Design Studio

18 March 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The seat projects its contour and its shadows over the window, and it represents what is behind the window. Eight seats, eight shadows in eight windows. The eight seats share the same design concept: a square window frame, the contour of a chair, clean lines, steel and ABS.

CDZ fashion brands collection store by A3 VISION, Taiyuan – China

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Four different designing style brands with a same topic are collected in a same space, do not purposely pose to shield the positive effect of fashion trends, also do not yield to negative effect of mass aesthetic.

Aesop store by Alain Carle Architecte, Montreal – Canada

17 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The notion of nature is continued and explored through the three birch trees that goes straight through the ceiling and stands at the heart of the space as a visual focus. The element of water brings to mind a sense of contemplation, fluidity and its changing states.

Valley Forge Fabric Office by Stantec, Fort Lauderdale – Florida

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Stantec created an inspiring, creative and healthy environment for the company’s employees. With a neutral base palette, the company’s fabric is showcased as the interior’s star and delivers a sense of place.

Really Simple Water packaging by Packvisuals

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The main inspiration came from the waves and I always wanted a distilled water design that is really simple. To feel simple is to feel relax. The distilled water PET bottle mock-up is available for sale so you can own a part of simple.

Jacqueline store by Studio PLP, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

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Jacqueline store by Studio PLP, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

Sal de Allo restaurant by NAN Arquitectos, Pontevedra – Spain

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There are two starting points of the project: move indoor the sailor environment and get an interesting architecture that represents the fusion of the traditional with the kitchen design. To do related work at sea with the current design, traditional materials such as wood, with a more contemporary lighting elements are mixed.

Polimind DIY Papercraft Kits

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Polimind papercraft designs are intended for anyone. All models are made from paper pieces that one gets to assemble similar to puzzles, but this time in 3D.

Paperless Post headquarters by +ADD, New York City

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Paperless Post wanted to prioritise openness for their new office, so exposed workstations take up the east and west wings to take advantage of natural light.

Wakufuru collection by Johan Kauppi for Glimakra of Sweden

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Wakufuru consists of solid wood tables and benches that disguise sound absorbers underneath their surfaces to help minimize noise in the home or in public spaces.

Balenciaga shop-in-shop, Tokyo – Japan

17 March 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Following last year’s launch of a new Balenciaga boutique in Los Angeles and a very recent much-publicized revamp of its flagship store on rue St.-Honoré in Paris, a shop-in-shop has been added at Matsuya’s prestigious Ginza flagship.

New City Hall by Cnockaert Architecture, Kortrijk – Netherlands

16 March 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

As architects our task was to create a “front desk” at the entrance of the Leiestraat with some minor adjustments in the public square. This includes removing the fast service desk, improving accessibility, introducing child-friendly waiting areas and optimizing counters.

La Crema café by Makemapo, Dongguan – China

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The project focuses on extending the indoor space towards the outdoor urban living area, mixing inside and outside. The facade doors, once open, become tables that invite customers to join the patisserie. Its flowing space, between public and private, takes part actively to the CBD buzz.

Nilüfer Organic Herb Tea packaging by Corn Studio

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Packaging Design for “Nilüfer Organic Herb Tea” from Singapore. We designed four packaging boxes for each flavour, with pale colours and delicate typography. We also illustrated the ingredients.

Unibox illuminates Clarks’ Russell Square showroom, London – UK

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Unibox worked in collaboration with Clarks, and Sti & Trevillion, to bring their creative ideas to life; as well as to achieve an overall high-quality lighting solution for the new space.

Lazy Cat Cafe by Span Design, Lidcombe – Australia

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The Lazy Cat Café is a relaxing place for informal gatherings, which has been composed of a theme of cats. The interior design fits the title of the café, but also brings a youthful, quirky and playful vibe to it.

VITRA village at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

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“The village” conceptualizes a shopping experience that meets the expectations of today’s consumers. With the way we live, work, and shop changing constantly, classic product displays are evolving into multi-faceted purchasing experiences that are integrated with digital technology.

JLL Office, by ID Studios, La Jolla – California

16 March 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Commercial real estate services and investment management firm, JLL turned to ID Studios for its expertise in corporate workplace strategy & design when contemplating its new office location in San Diego.