Freshigh by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

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The store was turned into a refreshing space with soft green color filled all around. Hiding in the historic neighborhood, the designer hopes that it could give a surprise to the people passing by. They could stop and relax for a cup of fresh juice, and then go back to daily life.

Sana Sana Pilates by Nan architects, Porriño-Galicia – Spain

20 June 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The materials and the light that surround them contribute to the sense of calm. Server and served spaces form an architectural and aesthetic continuum where the warmth of the wood contrasts with the nakedness and apparent coldness of other materials.

PDG offices by Studio Tate, Melbourne – Australia

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As well as walnut veneer joinery, the headquarters also feature marble-clad bathrooms and stone surfaces that have been inlaid with brass, evoking a similar feel to a hotel or high-end private residence.

Cultural Creative Park offices by LAD, Guangzho – China

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The skylight and old stone seat echo each other just like a stage for the interpretation of the time. The rough texture of the stone is touched by the rays of sun from early morning to the sunset, making people think of the past of this land and feel the time.

New York Sweets flagship store by Minas Kosmidis, Nicosia – Cyprus

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The architects took inspiration from the iconic grid of Manhattan’s streets, designing the store as a series of rectangular volumes. These begin at the building’s façade, where horizontal and vertical metallic tubes form a grid, and continue within to the pastries in the display tables, arranged like colourful buildings in an aerial view of New York.

“The iron fairies” underground bar by Ashley Sutton, Bangkok, Hong Kong and Tokyo

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Created by designer Ashley Sutton, a distinctive element of the iron fairies is the ceiling enveloped with 10,000 preserved butterflies that suspend over the main “workshop” room furnished with low seating and circular tables.

Gallery AaMo by WALTZ., Tokyo – Japan

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Gallery AaMo by WALTZ., Tokyo – Japan

Fagerhult Office by Meandre, Moscow – Russia

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The office has distinct zoning, but in order to preserve the feeling of spaciousness the areas are not converted into separate rooms with physical boundaries on all sides. The areas are divided by separate semitransparent walls and furniture.

Oasis windows by Lucky Fox, London – UK

20 June 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Central to the scheme, and creating a strong entrance to the store, was a mannequin dressed in a large skirt towering nearly three metres high and covered in printed plates made from acrylics.

“White Forest” installation at Hills Avenue flagship store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo – Japan

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Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, the retail installation expresses the lightness of Hills Avenue’s shoes – developed using proprietary technology – throughout the store and beyond. Floor-to-ceiling windows on both floors of the 300-sq-m space allow plenty of eyeballs to pop at Yoshioka’s White Forest. The shoes float and fly in the forest of 700 thin white metal rods, set free from the laws of gravity.

Modiz Condo Sales Office by PODesign, Phahonyothin Rd – Thailand

19 June 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Façade design emphasizes on the North-east side, which is the main approach of building. The inner skin is composed of steel structure and glazing while the outer skin consists of the lace oblique panel on steel frame. The outer skin is positioned away from inner skin, creating a semi-exterior space.

Novotel Kievskaya Moscow hotel by Kitzig Interior Design, Moscow – Russia

19 June 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Forms and colours are the central theme throughout the public areas of the hotel. A room-in-room concept with transparent booths, decorative ceiling elements, object lamps and design highlights under roof create atmosphere and harmonic ambience. The base colours are traditional as well as elegant and are enhanced by a range of strong and luscious colours.

Moorilla Alter Ego wine label by MONA

19 June 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The concept was to illustrate the hidden identity in a fun and interactive way. The result is a portrait of a princess which, thanks to a clever optical illusion, turns into a pirate when upside down. Subtle visual cues, such as mirrored descriptions, encourage people to invert the bottle and discover the other side.

WA Cleanskin Cellars by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

19 June 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

This exciting space was created with upcycled produce crates, recycled wooden pallets, cut form ply displays, and reused wine barrel on racks as the shop front. The design is simple and clean, the fitout complete with the highest attention to detail.

Café Party by Goodd, Edinburgh – UK

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For the completely renovated space, key elements were designed and installed including a servery counter with formed brass work and hand painted faux malachite panelling, lighting by Michael Anastassiades and bespoke furniture from Ardamez which when combined set the tone for the surreal and elaborate decor.

DongZhuang-Building Museum of Western Regions by Xinjiang Wind, Tuoli Township – China

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The principles and methods of traditional technologies for cavity walls, ramming earth, sun-dried mud bricks and laying stones are adopted to construct a simple, reliable and durable building. The texture of materials is highlighted on the building’s surface to obtain a “natural” completeness of a non-specific space.

Major D Studio by Studio In2, Taipei – Taiwan

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Parisian-styled wall paneling, painted white, and the arched, steel-framed French doors were the main French influences. To create a modern twist, in the main event space, the designers have constructed a white marble center island countertop and have used cement blocks to link the display cabinets with the dressing room area.

Alsion Lou Spring window by SPACE NY, New York City

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The honeycomb background serves as the oversized bees hive, the brass chains installed in the honeycomb pattern have resin dripping from them giving the appearance of dripping honey. The three bees are hand sculpted, and each have Alison Lou stackable rings on their forward-facing leg.

Lady N fashion boutique by Sio – Concepts, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

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Our solution to create a deeper space for this 82 square meters project and its special pole structure is choosing denim blue as the main tone for fitting area at the end and metallic gold to highlights cashier counter, logo and custom-design objects. Finally, the play of 3D wall behind the counter and the entire look in front will impress the customer from the first sight.

El Pescador fish market by Konrad Knoblauch, Sihlbrugg – Switzerland

18 June 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

El Pescador is much more than just an ordinary fish shop. It includes a shop, a small restaurant, and even a cookery school. El Pescador’s passion for quality fish and sustainable fishing is reflected throughout the 450-square metre shop.