Nhà hàng Crabsark & Crawfish Restaurant by TNT architects, Vinh, Nghe An – Vietnam

18 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The restaurant has been made from combination of structural steels, glasses, naked bricks and flexible curves.

ArmaniCasa showroom by Armani, Milan – Italy

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Spanning 1,300 sq m and four storeys, the brand new space; after 60 working days during Salone del Mobile Milano; with a team composed of 60 workers, that worked around the clock, is ready to form a new permanent home for Armani/Casa.

Götti Store by Thomas Frischknecht, Lucerne – Switzerland

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The straight-lined interior offers the ideal setting for the minimalistic titanium and acetate eyeglasses. What is also new is the entire assortment of the Götti Dimension, manufactured using 3D printing technology and the innovative Götti Perspective rimless project will be presented. The interior was kept completely in black and white, combined with a massive oak parquet.

A•lava by Aalto University Wood Program, Helsinki – Finland

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A variation of triangular shapes that determine the walls and openings of the stage also serve as structural elements of the project. The geometry of the roof follows the same principles, raising up to emphasize the location of the stage by means of a set of beams forming a parabolic structure.

Mercure Hotel Bar Dortmund by Kitzig Interior Design, Dortmund – Germany

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The new Mercure concept “Relax“ makes the guest feel at home. The partition wall with typical regional sayings and the industrial culture photographies demonstrate: we are in the heart of the Ruhr region.

Edelman Middle East office by Pallavi Dean Interiors, Abu Dhabi – UAE

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First, we built three large glass walls that would allow passers-by to see three different areas: the ‘festival space’ with the amphitheatre and café-style seating; the reception area and ‘city loft’ signature meeting space; and the main workspace, with the giant, hand-painted mural of Abu Dhabi. The main door is clear glass within a clear glass wall, accentuating this effect.

Hooked seafood restaurant by Hannah Churchill, Shanghai – China

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The interior is relaxed and playful with fresh white furniture and white washed timber plank finishes. Tropical wallpaper and aqua blue add fun pops of colour throughout the space.

Vertical Line Garden by Julia Jamrozik & Coryn Kempster, Québec – Canada

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The installation creates a fluid space which responds to its environmental conditions and changes dramatically with the intensity of light and wind.

ClubMed office by Diego Fuertes & 100architects, Shanghai – China

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To create this illusion, a deep blue elevated pipe was designed to be hanging overheads, looping around the lobby defining different mini-areas within the lobby area.

Arrels Barcelona identity by Hey

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The design of the pattern plays with the idea that if you were to rip up all the layers of concrete which cover the urban landscape underneath you would find the original, natural surface of the earth.

CASUALIS Footwear store by Manuel García Asociados, San Javier – Spain

17 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

On one hand, materials of industrial aspect have been used in an effort to give the store an eclectic atmosphere. In this way, the columns are naked of busted concrete; the ceilings are solved with a cooperating plate which is above the lighting rails; and translucent polycarbonates and a metallic net are used to solve the closure with the warehouse.

PostCare Roosterious Year 2017 by i’ll studio

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It’s Lunar New Year again! This year, PostCare has joined i’ll studio on creating special edition angpows themed as Roosterious Year! Roosterious Year – It came along with an egg-carton as the packaging (also a role of travel suitcase) where you would find postcards, angpows, stickers and a planner of the year in it.

Bender stool by blocher partners

16 July 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

To replace the seat, e.g. with a padded or textile-covered module, the frame is stretched so that the panel can be removed. The tension of the frame and the depth of the seat are calculated so that both elements form a safe unit.

MYNT store by DearDesign, Barcelona – Spain

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DearDesign has designed a very bright and open store, with a structure that, despite its rigid and orthogonal look, solves flexibly of the product display. The design of the store is based on a three-dimensional grid inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, which creates a variable rhythm in a permeable volume, ordering the space by generating niches to exhibit the product along its perimeter.

NOR Sky Casual Restaurant by PickTwo, Bucharest – Romania

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The concept we designed was inspired by retro-american restaurants, but in a modern, more contemporary line. The overall simple design that emphasizes the skyline and view over Bucharest.

Alivu olive oil by Solid

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Alivu olive oil by Solid

VILLAGE FOODS office by Design & Creative Associates, Tahara – Japan

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For the finish, we selected expressive genuine materials, such as solid wood boards, natural stones, and cement and mosaic tiles. By assembling and laminating fragments of these materials in open space, we tried to express joyful abundance. With various materials layering on each other utilizing their attributes, the finished design turned out to be very profound.

Metabolik gym club by Red Banana Studio, Aix en Provence – France

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Each space is designed so that the training session is a true experience where the immersion is total. In the «Force» room, the atmosphere is dark, the materials resume the codes of the industrial or docks areas. The lighting is concentrated on the machines while in the room “Mobility” the atmosphere is relax with the use of oak or anatomical patterns.

Open House by Klein Dytham Architecture, Bangkok – Thailand

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Instead of occupying one box-like retail unit, Open House’s bookstore weaves its way throughout the entire Open House space. A tall book shelf has been installed at one end of the space, while a large double-height library wall wraps around the other. Smaller book shelves with integrated seating are scattered throughout, blending into the bar and restaurant spaces so people can browse at their leisure.

On The Go Cocktails by PB Creative

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In the spirit range, a separate double shot of alcohol and 150ml can of mixer come in a smart-looking injection-moulded glass, so the consumer can decide exactly how strong they want their tipple to be – and then drink it in style.