Jimmy Choo Rue St Honore store by Christian Lahoude Studio, Paris – France

13 May 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The highlight of the store is a spiral, polished chrome column that features the latest collections. To match its glamorous location, the studio also designed new furniture for the store such as velvet seating with polished gold bases.

bw LIVE office by Studio Alexander Fehre, Munich – Germany

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In line with the desired simplicity of the overall spatial impression, both floor and ceiling are in the most part dedicated to function. Only the central workplace island has an underlay of carpeting to distinguish this area as a distinct unit.

The Order of Architects stand at Batibouw 2017 by A&B Project, Brussels – Belgium

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The design with the white slats is inspired by a modern facade of a building. The tables are sleek designed shapes that form a whole with the slats. Key features are the pure lines and durability, accentuated by the led lighting and real moss strips, placed in between the slats.

Brew92 café by Liqui Design, Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

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The interior created by the Liqui studio for Brew 92, a Saudi Arabian-based roastery and coffee company, brings together reclaimed wood and brickwork contrasting against copper highlights to create a luxury interior.

Virere LowDose Cannabis branding and packaging concept by Farago Design

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Design-wise we have deliberately distanced ourselves from the historic baggage of marijuana and look to Napa valley wine growers for inspiration. Building an acceptable and aspirational brand in this segment is the key factor in sales.

Patissez restaurant by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

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Incorporating the rustic style of the original restaurant in Australia, Whitespace used a combination of materials including wood, brick and concrete while also taking a more minimalist interior design approach to appeal to local cafe goers.

Studio B innovation lab by Four-by-Two, London – UK

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In Studio B, Four-by-Two has created a space which forms the starting blocks to reshape people’s relationship with money, and it uses a truly omnichannel approach, connecting experiences across physical and digital space.

Saje Natural Wellness store by Jennifer Dunn Design, Ontario – Canada

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A living plant wall at the entry, a signature installation for the client, brings an element of freshness to the shopping experience and reiterates the retailers dedication to the natural world of plants. Vertical wood planks used as a ceiling treatment accentuate the unique shape of the retail space while adding depth to the high ceiling.

Otl restaurant by Deft Union, Miami – Florida

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The interior design, created by local agency Deft Union, is simple and friendly, taking cues from the pastel-coloured façades that dot the streets of South Beach.

YIN & YANG lighting by Buzzi & Buzzi

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The name calls to mind concepts as dualism, opposition, complementarity, equilibrium and interdependence. All those concepts are shown in the unique characteristics of these new products with an exclusive and and refined design.

Gofman Creative office by Dana Shaked, Ramat Gan – Israel

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At the main working space, the right wall painted in bright turquoise which brought a touch of Scandinavian style with other smoky colored ceiling tiles and wall lamps with an industrial look.

Gelatoscopio ice cream shop by Esrawe and Cadena, Mexico

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A combination of different-sized circular elements feature a mix of graphics, the menu and also magnifying, kaleidoscopic and mirrored “lenses” that stimulate interaction.

Katies store by HMKM, Chadstone / Melbourne – Australia

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HMKM and Katies worked closely together to create a concept that delivers on both commercial and emotional levels, empowering the customer and allowing her to meaningfully reconnect with the brand. The new Katies is a welcoming, stimulating destination; a place to gather, share, shop and be inspired.

IPPUUKISHI Nakano broadway store by Voiger, Tokyo – Japan

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IPPUUKISHI Nakano broadway store by Voiger, Tokyo – Japan

Emerson Resort and Spa by CAMA, Mount Tremper – New York

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The inspirations for the renovation were Ralph Waldo Emerson’s romantic ideology of nature and the beauty of the surrounding landscape. CAMA combined these inspirations with biophilic principles, which strives to design interiors that reconnect people back to the natural environment they originally evolved in.

Brown Sugar Tea packaging by Fina

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Generally rounded shape represents friendliness, gentleness and harmony. Refer to this project, it is mainly based on a cycle which is exactly related to circle and due to the process of refining brown sugar, it comes from sugar cane naturally without any other chemical products.

ICONIC Studio by Ground Architects, Bangkok – Thailand

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Ground Architects express their vision to create new architectural skin in triangular-pattern perforated metal sheet that envelopes the interior where the marriage of raw concrete and steel structure were introduced.

Greybox Coffee Café by Drawing Design Studio, Chengdu – China

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The palette is defined by variations of grey, largely captured by panels of galvanized steel, tiled flooring, and walls dipped in anthracite, all offset by the warm tones of timber-clad sections and wooden furnishings.

The Black Collection by Ushuu

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Each pair of USHUU shoes are handcrafted and subjected to a rigorous battery of quality control testing at each stage of the production, highlighting the brand’s mantra that true quality should never require compromise

Exterion Media Office by Office Principles, London – UK

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They partnered with Office Principles because we were able to demonstrate that we really understood the concept of agile working, improving workplace efficiency and helping Exterion to take their staff on the journey through a change management engagement.