Tisza window displays, Budapest

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Tisza window displays, Budapest

Hochstetter store by Heikaus, Trier – Germany

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Hochstetter, for more than 110 years located in Trier/ Germany, now opened its doors after large modification measures. On 4 floors Hochstetter joins young fashion, business fashion and international top brands. For the redesign, HEIKAUS chose clear lines that allow the showed fashion to come to the fore.

Tea TEATUL packaging by Pavla Chuykina, Ann Moiseenko, Nastya Chamkina

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Brand was made for city residents. Chaos and high speed are an integral part of life in the city. Stop! Make tea! Drink alive and fresh tea and feel nature in the city.

Miu Miu store by Roberto Baciocchi, Tokyo

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Miu Miu opens the doors to its new flagship store in Tokyo, the brand’s seventh store in the capital and situated in the heart of the exclusive district of Ginza Echogoya.

Yoyogi Village – Code Kurkku restaurant by Wonderwall, Tokyo

12 April 2012 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Wonderwall was asked to work on the design direction for this vast premise and interior design for the restaurant, Code Kurkku, which is situated minutes away from the JR Yoyogi station. This project was lead by music producer Takeshi Kobayashi who invited Shinichi Osawa to join as co-producer in “kurkku”.

Dior window displays 2012, Paris

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Dior window displays 2012, Paris

Buttercup Cake Shop by Design Clarity, London

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Buttercup Cake Shop sits at the entrance to the ‘Great Eastern Market,’ within Westfield’s newly opened UK shopping mall at Stratford. Designed as an oversized Shaker kitchen, the space features embellished elements of the traditional handbuilt kitchen, drawing inspiration from honest, utilitarian, British joinery.

Lindex store by Dalziel and Pow, Oslo

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D&P have created a distinctive brand environment, celebrating the brand’s Scandinavian heritage through the use of texture and layering, pattern and natural materials. Key to the success of the Oslo store is standout on the high street.

adidas window displays, Budapest

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adidas window displays, Budapest

The House Of Futurescapes stand by All-In Living, Utrecht

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With this stand we wanted to show our vision to a trend we expect for 2012/2013. A trend where nature and cyberspace combine to a more perfect landscape. A mutated world, created by us, where we take the best of both worlds.

Pushpin by Kenyon Yeh for COOIMA

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Inspired by office drawing pins, and Kenyon has blown the dimensions up to create a playful interior element that’s as flexible as it is fun. Characterised by an oversize familiar form and warm, natural cork, ‘Pushpin’ can be used both ways up; sit on the smaller surface or flip over to use as a coffee or side table.

Pepe Jeans London flagship store by Francisco Segarra, Amsterdam

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The Pepe Jeans London flagship store by Francisco Segarra in Amsterdam. The store features brick and worn wood covered walls, and vintage style furniture like old trunks and antique radios.

Egg Sake Bistro by Architects EAT, Melbourne

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A 150m2 Japanese canteen fit out located on the basement level of University of Melbourne Union building. It consists of 2 plywood boxes which are strategically placed to create circulation around the counter displays.

Floral windows of London

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One of the biggest trends from the catwalk for this season was florals, and it shows in the windows around London. It is a trend that comes back year after year, but somehow this year it seems fresher than ever.

Sun68 flagship store & showroom by C&P Architetti, Milan

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The store was built in Milano on the ground floor of a historic building in the Navigli zone, while the showroom was built in a space inside an urban courtyard. The request from the client was that of creating a “customised” environment, although leaving large room for manoeuvre to conceive the project.

Denimdenim by Word of Mouth Architecture, Seminyak – Indonesia

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Located on one of Bali’s most exclusive shopping streets, the new Denimdenim store by Word of Mouth certainly demands attention. The refurbishment of the existing two storeys structure, with a petite floor plate of only 60sqm, saw the need to manipulate the building facades to create a strong street presence.

Stradivarius window displays, Budapest

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Stradivarius window displays, Budapest

De Gusto tasting hall by C+L Studio, Lavezzola

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De Gusto can be defined an “italian pasta University”, it is a tasting hall located inside Surgital industrial complex in Lavezzola (RA), leading company in deep frozen pasta exportation.
The hall is a culinary laboratory and it represents the heart of the “Research&Development” department. It is really important becouse it is the kitchen where Surgital can connect with its customer and promote its work.

Jaks seating by John Coleman for Allermuir

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Jaks works equally alone, or with its fun shapes interlocked and configured into exciting playful, tessellated patterns due to its modular nature and distinctive graphic ‘cross’ shape.

Peek & Cloppenburg concept store by dan pearlman, Stuttgart

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What happens when parents are out of the house? The kids take over of course! Their inexhaustible energy knows no bounds and isn’t deterred by parental furnishings: wall coverings are soon covered with lipstick and electric guitars, furniture soaked in favourite colours, and pictures decorated with colourful stickers.