The Bay Fathers Day windows 2012, Toronto

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The Bay Fathers Day windows 2012, Toronto

Gobbi Novelle furniture store by ALBUS Design, Porto Alegre – Brazil

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Classic and always in fashion, the colors black and white dominate the winter/fall decoration for the store Gobbi Novelle, in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Németh identity and webdesign by Kiss Miklós

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Identity and webdesign for a small family lampshade company. Their lampshades are made of several materials (silk, paper, feather, bead, etc.) and technology by their hands.

G-Shock Central store by Pennant & Triumph, Auckland

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The brief was to create a retail identity and concept store that met with the demand of both Casio Japan and fit the New Zealand market. The store is located in the very heart of Auckland’s CBD and the most Challenging aspect was the size at 15sqm so with this in mind a minimal urban design was decided as the best approach to take.

Sage Restaurant by Drewes+Strenge Architekten, Berlin

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Sage Restaurant in Berlin, located in a former silk factory on the banks of the river Spree, features a raw industrial aesthetic and sky-high ceilings more commonly seen in the area’s techno clubs; in warmer months, the scene spills onto the river bank beach.

The Gourmet Tea by Alan Chu, São Paulo

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Flat panels on a multi-coloured wall slide, swing and roll out to create a secret tea shop in a São Paulo shopping centre. Designed by Brazilian architect Alan Chu, the counter of The Gourmet Tea slides forward from beneath a purple hatch, while shelves can be wheeled out from behind a grey panel and a cupboard emerges from behind a large brown door.

H&M window displays Summer 2012, Budapest

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H&M window displays Summer 2012, Budapest

Fox Land store by Projectlife, St.Petersburg

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Fox Land store in St.Petersburg by Sergey Nazarov, Projectlife.

Reebok window display by Onoma Architects, Athens

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Reebok window display, the sport of fitness has arrived, Athens, Greece

Camper store by A-cero, Granada – Spain

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On Mesones street, one of the best known, commercial and important streets of Granada, Spain, there’s a little store of 50 m2 whose reform has been developed by A-cero. The customer is the spanish brand Camper, dedicated to the exposition and sale of shoes. It will be its first store in Granada.

Morimoto restaurant by Schoos Design, Mexico City

04 July 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Seeing the modernist design of the Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City, Thomas was inspired to create a restaurant inside that is literally a piece of modern art. The first challenge was the location itself: a large, cavernous room with a 75 foot high glass ceiling that would need to be divided into functional areas.

Laka manicure services stand by Bilgoray-Pozner, Israel

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Laka brand launches a chain of express manicure services in the leading shopping malls in Israel and challenges with a bold and innovative design. The concept for Laka combines the aesthetics of two seemingly contradicting worlds- the beauty world and the industrial world.

Naturoscopie Shelf by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

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This shelf takes its inspiration from basic structures found in nature. From the cell to the star and planetary systems, the universe is formed of elements in networks and interconnected materials.

Kumpanya62 fashion store by Super Studio, Istanbul

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Kumpanya62 fashion store by Super Studio, Istanbul

Artease Cafe identity by Splash Productions

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With a cheeky tagline like that, who can resist being part of the fun? Three punched-out holes in the logo recall the tapioca ‘pearls’ that give bubble tea its name. The irreverence shows up too in the made-in-Singapore mascot and illustrations. We have helped create a truly local rendition of the Taiwanese-originated beverage – that’s the Artease difference in a crowded market.

OFFCORSS store by OFFCORSS & Plasma, Medellín – Colombia

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How to create a space in which each of these universes can be expressed from the colors, shapes, textures and images?, Why not think of a place that contains all these worlds?, A place that allows us tell stories from magic, technology, music and movement, a place in which small or huge stories can take place … a movie studio!!!

Vans x Slam City Skates store, London

03 July 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Slam City Skates is a well-known skate institution on the streets of London. They’ve just opened an exclusive Vans collaboration store in the basement of their own Covent Garden Store.

Dover Street Market, Tokyo

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For us and thousands of others London’s Dover Street Market redefined shopping, turning it into an ongoing exhilirating adventure ever since it opened its doors in 2004. Its brilliant retail formula not only features tightly curated high-end offerings but presents them as such that each corner and/or floor become intimate and tempting showcases put just for you.

G-Star construction windows, Singapore

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G-Star window display is equipped with construction tools that in this case works for denim pants. The tools are so simple with three wooden constructions hold the pants, and shirts.

Imperial Café by Fearon Hay, Auckland

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Fearon Hay’s commercial fit-out in Auckland celebrates the past while promising a bright future. Tucked between Auckland’s bustling Queen Street and the former red-light area of Fort Lane is a collection of shops, offices and restaurants known as The Imperial.