Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – KOOS

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Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – KOOS

Michel Brisson Boutique by Saucier + Perrotte Architectes, Montreal

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To transform this seventies era, modern heritage building (formerly a National Bank) into a new space dedicated to contemporary fashion, the first step taken by the architects was to simplify the overall structure, which had been subjected over the years to a series of additions and renovations.

Timberland Sustainable Shoebox by Katelyn Peissig

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Sustainable shoebox design and graphics for Timberland® Earthkeepers™ by Katelyn Peissig.

YOSI SAMRA kiosks design by Nina M. Santamaria, Philippines

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YOSI SAMRA kiosks design by Nina M. Santamaria, Philippines

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – SKUNKFUNK

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Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – SKUNKFUNK

Pomme Sucre pastry shop by Francesc Rifé, Oviedo – Spain

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Francesc Rifé is emerging to be one of our favorite Spanish designers. His recent projects are top listed to be publicized all around the world, and notably, is a boutique he designed for Pomme Sucre, a European pastry shop in Spain.

Galeria Kaufhof windows, Berlin

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Start of the season Galeria Kaufhof granted a glimpse into his creative departments. The spring showcase was designed as studios. However, in all pastel colors. Oversized pins, spools of thread, tape measures, scissors and fabric patterns form the backdrop for the new spring trends.

POP UP! PUMA Charity Tram, Berlin

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As a proud sponsor of African football, Puma joined forces with United for Africa to launch a charity awareness campaign for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. This customised tram travelled on a circular route around the centre of Berlin, host city of the World Cup final, and acted as a mobile Puma store, complete with specially designed merchandise and T-shirt printing service.

W103S lamps by Inga Sempé for Wästberg

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The suspension lamp can be hung as a single shade or in a combination. They can be attached on a long rail for linear combinations, or on smaller rails where they can be joined together like meccano to create polygons.

Voo store, Berlin

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The unique Voo store in Berlin. Sigurd Larsen furniture is exhibited and used in the CK café inside the shop.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – FEVER

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Fever’s signature style is inspired by vintage prints and nostalgic silhouettes to create beautiful, memorable collections. Founded in 1996 by Matthew Barker and David Bradbury in Devon, England, the brand has global appeal with its quintessentially English elegance.

.Life store by Whitespace, Bangkok

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Thailand’s premier Apple retailer, Copperwired, turned to Whitespace to help them create a groundbreaking new retail brand and store prototype that would define digital lifestyle retailing. It’s name “.life” (pronounced “dot-life”) plays on the ubiquitous “dot-com” intended to evoke an instant association with all things for digital lifestyles.

Basketball window at Nike’s, Paris

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Nike, the creator of All Star Games celebrated its 10th anniversary in Bercy on the 29th of December last year. For the celebration the shopwindows got entitled to basketball with a harmonic arrangement of nicely illuminated balls in different compositions.

POP UP! Ultrabox Pop-Up store by Recession, Pietrasanta – Italy

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Behold the Ultrabox. Designed as a shelter for both notions and objects, it is a ‘pop-up store’, built around a raw plywood frame.

Tay clean and pure packaging by Sarah Tay

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The line marries luxury with modern design – resulting in a finely tuned collection of eight essential skincare items. The handsome, simple packaging is minimalist; a blend of masculine and feminine and incorporates 100% eco-friendly bamboo for the aesthetically minded consumer.

HALSUIT store by Nendo, Okayama

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A concept shop for high-volume mens suit retailer Haruyama. Haruyama offers its customers a dizzying number of options for suits, shirts and ties.Variety of choice is one of Haruyama’s strengths, but customers can also be overwhelmed by the number of options, and find it difficult to choose the best matches for their suit.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – ADIDAS

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Polished white walls and popping blue accents comprised the Adidas display at January’s Bread & Butter Berlin fair. The stand resembled a four-winged spaceship that had landed in the centre of the exhibition space. Spanning 394-sq-m, the ‘wings’ extended upwards from the floor, curving to form platforms from which clothes could hang.

Beehives & Buzzcuts children’s hair salon by Andrea Mason, New York

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The children’s hair salon designed by Andrea Mason/architect is located in New York City and was designed for the under 10 set. The renovation transformed the existing 3,000 square foot space into an airy, fun, and colorful children’s hair salon, event space, and retail store.

Venice wood table by Claudio Bellini for Riva 1920

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Venice wood table by Claudio Bellini for Riva 1920

POP UP! Schwarzkopf LIGHTBOX by HPP Architects, Düsseldorf

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The reusable and recyclable pop-up-store receives the prize in the category corporate architecture. The mobile hair temple was being built for four weeks on Düsseldorf’s Königsallee, on occasion of the European Song Contest in Düsseldorf in May 2011. The concept sketch by Karl Lagerfeld therefore was architecturally planned and realized by HPP Architects.