WINE STORES! Bodega Wine Bar by MAKE Architecture, Hollywood

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Bodega Wine Bar by MAKE Architecture, Hollywood.

WINE STORES! Fonte Wine Bar by Floisand Studio, Seattle

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Fonte Coffee and Wine Bar is located in Seattle. The location is in the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. It is a common bar for coffee and wine lover. But, Floisand Studio created good design for the interior of this restaurant.

WINE STORES! 1862 Wine Bar & Grill by Samantha Agostino, Mount Gambier – Australia

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1862 Wine Bar & Grill by Samantha Agostino, Mount Gambier

Fin light by Tom Dixon

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British designer Tom Dixon has developed a new lighting collection which is to be featured at his ‘luminosity’ showcase at the MOST design festival during Milan Ddesign Week 2012.

WINE STORES! Staatlicher Hofkeller by archicult, Würzburg

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Inside the Vinotheque this image is represented and further developed by four monoliths from the different wine-growing areas. They present the wines grown on them in an natural and emotional way. The room as such is transformed into a stage for the monoliths and the products by transfering colour and formal structure of the corporate design to it.

CH Carolina Herrera store, Paris

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Boasting six arched windows, the store’s layout has an apartment feel, combining original Parisian features, such as a marble fireplace, gilded moldings and parquet flooring, with signature design elements from its global store concept, such as the use of diverse grained woods and a color scheme of alabaster, brown, black and gray, with red accents.

Hi Panda shop by Ora-Ïto, Paris

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This 2,500-square-foot retail space offering fashion and accessories features a fun yet minimalist environment and the retailer‘s striking Panda icon.

11 Inch Pizzeria by Zwei Interiors and Architecture, Melbourne

17 March 2012 by retail design blog 4 comments »

Zwei have created a playful take on a traditional takeaway food outlet with their new fitout for 11 Inch Pizzeria in Melbourne’s Docklands. Simple colours and graphic forms are the order of the day, with bursts of lime breaking up the space.

Caterpillar Chair – reused cardboard modular chair by Wiktoria Szawiel

17 March 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The idea was to create a structure made out of cardboard. I have decided to use cardboard because it is totally recyclable, and reusable material – to make model I used only cardboard that I have found on the street

Henschel & Ropertz “Gegenüber” store by CRi Cronauer + Romani Innenarchitekten GmbH, Darmstadt

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The store is for young women only aging 15 to 40 years and offers trendy fashion brands.

Pollo Campero by Interbrand Design Forum, Webster – Texas

16 March 2012 by retail design blog No comments »

Designers created a striking, modern, and colorful prototype with distinctive architectural elements. Dynamic angles and intersecting planes convey energy in a multi-colored fascia inspired by the Latin AmericanÕs flavor cues.

Colorful circles at Hermès 2012, Paris

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Colorful circles at Hermès 2012, Paris

Camper Together sotre by Isabel López Vilalta, Bologna

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For its newest Together store in Bologna, Camper teamed with designer Isabel López Vilalta to create a Mediterranean-inspired space that harmonizes past and present.

Birch Bark Lamps

16 March 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

One of my brother’s neighbors peeled the birch bark off of a dead birch tree he had seen. Jared cut them to the right size we wanted, and using a leather punch he cut holes on each end of the “lampshade”.

Sunglasses Shop by Kiss Miklós & Görög Ferenc Gábor

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The concept of the store interior is based on the world of mines and therefore creates the philosophy of mining the sunglasses. A playful contrast was applied in the concept.

Sony Leap Westfield store by Brand + Allen, Los Angeles

15 March 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Enticing customers to experience and enjoy the Sony brand, this store redesign creates a warm, inviting space with a personality that is undoubtedly Sony. The bright, open space displays products on tables instead of behind locked display cases so customers can personally interact with them.

Café 501 by Elliott + Associates Architects, Oklahoma City

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Café 501 by Elliott + Associates Architects, Oklahoma City.

Cubit modular shelving system by MYMITO

15 March 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Cubit is a modular shelving system made from MDF. It consists of 21 formats in 8 depths and was made according to the exact standard measurements for book and music formats. Its white/black, semi gloss lacquer (RAL 9016/RAL 9017) makes Cubits look modern and timeless.

Apple store, Amsterdam

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The Netherlands’ first Apple store has taken seed in Amsterdam’s historic Hirsch building, wrapped around the corner of the city’s famous Leidseplein square. Sleek new technology is almost outshone by a glittering glass staircase in the store’s centre.

Galeries Lafayette Maison 2012, Paris

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Galeries Lafayette Maison 2012, Paris.