POP UP! LiamGillickforPringleofScotland Pop-up store, Paris

25 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

This special collection combines Pringle’s aesthetic & Liam Gillick accents on his favoritism for color block and architecture, it features the abstract combination of colors and the minimalism absorption the house is well known for, but without leaving its fun side

Fandango light by Danny Fang for HIVE

25 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

I found a photo of a flamenco girl throwing her dress all around with great power and expression. This photo inspired me to make a light with similar drama and expression to spice up our modernistic world.

Mondadori Cook&Books shop by Hangar Design Group, Milan

25 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

The layout of the retail space, inspired by the atmosphere pleasant and enveloping the typical bistrot, is made of corners and areas where design, cuisine and culture meet; areas dedicated to the best brands of kitchen items harmoniously alternate with areas showing cookbooks signed by international chefs.

MPREIS grocery store, Austria

24 January 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

MPREIS grocery store, Tyrol.

Bjork Pouf by Lena Bergstrom

24 January 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The Bjork series and its patterned structure offer a modern and enriched textile quality that is beautifully paired with stylish leather detailing.

POP UP! Stella McCartney Pop-up shop by Giles Miller, Paris

24 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

A pop-up shop for the exclusive Galleries Lafayette in Paris, incorporating giant cardboard letters and fluted cubes with gold-leafed details.

Book Pages pendant lantern by Allison Patrick

24 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

I took the pages from an old paperback, cut the pages in half and then trimmed off the corners to make one side a semi-circle. Add a paper lantern, and my trusty glue gun and I was off to the races. I decided to glue the pieces on so that every other scallop was on top, and every other scallop was underneath. It was a tiny bit more complicated this way, but I felt that the visual look was worth it.

Doboz party place, Budapest – Hungary

24 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Doboz (‘Box’ in English) is a new party place and cultural center in the 7th district of Budapest. The building was a children’s hospital of the former ghetto during the Second World War. Its residents slowly moved from the building as it has been gone to ruin in the last 10 years and nobody had the money to refurbish it.

Cerre boutique, Los Angeles

23 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Edgy womenswear boutique Cerre relocates to a new stylish spot in west Hollywood. The rectangular-shaped retail space is as stylishly minimalist as the merchandise, featuring a concrete floor and white walls. Black steel clothing racks are placed along the walls and sets of circular tables serve as displays.

Panasonic LED bulb

23 January 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The Panasonic LDAHV4L27CG LED bulb is the first in the world to use clear glass to show the light source. With its single filament it uses just 4.4 watts. The ultra long life LED bulbs can achieve a lifetime of 40,000 hours which is approximately 40 years (at usage of 2.7 hours per day).

POP UP! Triwa Pop-up store, Poznan – Poland

23 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Designers of mode:lina created a pop-up store for Swedish watch manufacturer Triwa. November 19, at Galeria Malta shopping in Poznan in Poland, opened the first pop-up store for the brand, which creates useful objects true works of art.

Five & Dime brand design by Bravo Company

23 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Branding design for a restaurant/café in Singapore. A coin is used as a visual representation of the name. Five & Dime refers to a variety store where everything is sold for 5 or 10 cents. As such, we produced a series of cheap goods to be sold in the restaurant.

P.S. restaurant by Golucci International Design, Beijing

23 January 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

P.S. restaurant by Golucci International Design in Beijing.

Luzi Bombon restaurant by Sandra Tarruella, Madrid

22 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Luzi Bombón in Madrid is the latest restaurant creation of the Barcelona-based Grupo Tragaluz. The group’s beginnings date back to 1987, when mother and son, Rosa Maria Esteva and Tomas Tarruella, opened El Mordisco in Barcelona.

X hanger by Kfir Schwalb

22 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

X is called from its x shaped bent steel. This shape combines of 2 hanging options in one: a hook rack and a clothes hanger.

Tanum Karl Johan bookstore flagship by JVA, Oslo

22 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Tanum Karl Johan is Oslo’s oldest bookstore located on the city’s main street. The project is a full renovation, which means completely tearing down the old interior. From having several floor levels, the store reappeared with all functions on one floor with a stronger visual relationship to the street and more rough materials to emphasize the physical appearance of the book.

Club OCTAGON by URBANTAINER, Seoul

21 January 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Europe’s infamous clubs generally utilize the raw and empty space of factories, power stations, and prisons. In these spaces, the club is a place where culture and trends gather, eliminating the need for trendy and dated design.

Clothing alphabet typography by Stuart Whitton

21 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

An entire alphabet created through the manipulation of several clothing items to form all 26 letters.

Artisan Coffee interior & furniture by Liquidesign , London

21 January 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Liquidesign design consultants have just finished working on their most recent project to design and build a cafe restaurant in Putney, London for Artisan Coffee. The brief was to design an entire cafe around liquidesign’s Splice stool.

Estella brand identity & interior by Twelve Studio, Cologne

20 January 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Estella, in Germany, is the first of a brand new retail chain that celebrates the joy of cooking and great food. Part kitchenware store, part food retailer and part cooking experience. Developed around the simplicity and quality of Mediterranean cuisine the first store opened in Cologne