Pasha Transparent Chair by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli for Pedrali

08 July 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

Known because of its dynamic design, An Italian manufacturer Pedrali has introduced new stylish chair called Pasha Chair. Pasha is modern armchair designed by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli. Both designers have described Pasha Chair as synthesis between tradition and innovation. Come in barely transparent and ethereal look, Pasha will look great for contemporary or modern décor.

LGMT-X01 by Dark

08 July 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

Let’s go to the moon with the XO1! This suspended lamp reminds of the engine of a space ship. The LGTM-X01 is available with a black or white cap combined with gold reflectors. These reflectors project a warm glow and thus create a cozy atmosphere in the room.

Pio Pio Restaurant by Sebastian Marsical Studio

08 July 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

A nice restaurant design which is called the Pio Pio Restaurant is completed designed by the Sebastian Marsical Studio. This amazing restaurant is built in New York. By the architect, this restaurant is built by two components of materials, it is concrete and wood.

holpe+ by rkd retail/iQ, Shenzhen (A.R.E Awards)

07 July 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

Judges loved the simplicity of this retail environment that used materials and space to create an upscale impression focused on the brand and marketing for the mobile communications retailer. Targeting two key customer groups, fashion and business, designers created a relaxing, informative and welcoming space to contrast with the cutting-edge merchandise and services.

The Flagship Store Powered by Reebok, New Meadowlands Stadium (A.R.E Awards)

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In a most unique twist, one store serves as two at the flagship store of the New York Giants and New York Jets at the New Meadowlands Stadium. With Giant blue and Jet green, the interchangeable store provides an appropriate backdrop to each team’s branded merchandise.

Printemps loves New York

07 July 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

During Paris Fashion week, the upscale department store in Paris: Printemps is celebrating American fashion and culture with these clever window displays. Yes, Printemps loves New York!! And we love their beautiful window merchandising!

Sneakerology by Facet studio

07 July 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

In each of the 200mm x 600mm boxes, one by one, sneakers are carefully collected. The boxes are repeated, and offset by half unit on each level, and carried through repeatedly over an entire wall. Something which has little meaning on its own, when repeated 281 times over, it creates a euphoric effect for one to experience a heightened emotion.

Fifthrequisite Jeans design by Son King

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Fifthrequisite has been born to fulfill the desire of human needs. After all, no matter what color, nationality, gender or religion, we all live to EAT, DRINK, SLEEP, and have SEX. We aim to show the power of denim which has been created with the finest quality, from thread to artisan. Our denim allows you to show your personality, and live your dreams – FIF

InterlockingRock by modularArts

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modularArts® InterlockingRock® is a collection of innovative products that work in multiples to create seamless, and graceful architectural features. All edges and joints interlock for quick, accurate alignment, and superior joint stability.

Blue Blood B.B. store by Framework Architects, Rotterdam

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Blue Blood store in Rotterdam, Oude Binnenweg 65. It’s fabulous.

Erosio by Hermann August Weizenegger

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The Erosio chair also emerged from a 3D design and acquires its shape from the layering and turning of material, in this case, layers of paper. As with the other designs, the designer started with the basics of the design sculpture Muse. The compact arrangement of 900 sheets of paper lends the chair its solid state.

Torch light by Sylvain Willenz

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Torch Light, owes elements of its form to the typical torch and car headlight. PVC dipped polymer gives a tactile finish, referencing the handheld nature of a torch, whilst light shines through a clear, diamond textured polycarbonate diffuser (akin to the textured glass of a car headlight) creating an ambient light.

Mazzo by Concrete Architectural Associates

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This is a typical Amsterdam building: the space is narrow and very deep fused together with different floor and ceiling levels, which automatically provides a natural position for the restaurant. Located in Rozengracht, has a ceiling height of five feet and the face is directed outward.

Vertu flagship store by Klein Dytham architecture, Tokyo

06 July 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

KDa’s latest project is a new boutique for Vertu in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo’s most exclusive shopping district. In designing a space in which to present such beautiful, exquisitely crafted objects, KDa’s approach was to create an interior that matched the sophistication and attention-to-detail of Vertu phones.

Levi’s Flagship Store Regent Street, London (A.R.E Awards)

06 July 2011 by retail design blog 3 comments »

Creating a variety of spaces to help with that goal, shoppers now can see the jeans in its 22 stages of washing in the 501 area, view art exhibitions in the Origin Gallery, and enjoy a personalized way to buy jeans in the Inspection Room, where leg forms dressed in each available jean style show buyers fit and color.

Bookstore Selexyz Dominicanen by Merkx+Girod Architects, Maastricht

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The contemporary building interior of the Bookstore Selexyz Dominicanen was designed by Merkx+Girod architects in Maastricht, Netherlands for the Dutch booksellers Selexyz Dominicanen. Merkx+Girod were commissioned by the Dutch booksellers to convert the interior of the former Dominican Church in Maastricht into a modern bookstore.

Ebbygo by Oligo

06 July 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

Receptions, old buildings, shops – anywhere where a decorative lighting solution with efficient lighting technology is required EBBYGO is the right choice. The combination of the various reflector and surface characteristics provide the planer with a high level of design flexibility.

Fashion cloth Faces by yalook

06 July 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Development of a new online fashion retailer from naming and brand personality, look & feel to a unique launch communication. We awakened clothing of the first collection to fashion faces and made the clothes to the stars of the launch campaign.

Sofa-Dress by MAEZM Studio

06 July 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

‘sofa-dress’ is a job of space design and a suggestion of furniture design. The act of putting on the clothes of the “sofa” on the existing chair in itself makes the previous object become a little more cushiony furniture and it also can achieve an intention as a unified space with the same cuticles.

Rock Arsenal T-shirt package by Ann Leushina

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RockArsenal is leading Russian shop for undergrounds. Besides musical instruments, rare records and jewelry it sells tonns of t-shirts. The goal was to invent a new aesthetic and transfer it into firm logo and package to draw a new grown-up and payable customers.