The White Company branding and packaging design by Aloof

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The ‘herbal range’ represents their most confident collection to date. Graphics, colours and print processes have been reduced to a minimum, with debossed-effect graphics forming part of the ceramic moulding of the products.

Cheap Monday store by Uglycute, Copenhagen

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The hip Swedish denim and fashion label, has opened its first store in Copenhagen. In addition to Cheap Monday men’s and women’s collections, the shop will also sell a range of specialty products in an environment that reflects the brand.

BalsaConcrete by EVOLVE

13 September 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

High quality glasfiber reinforced concrete with a core of extruded polystyrene. 60 to 80 % weightreduction with respect to standard concrete.

Dude Cigar Bar by Studiomake, Bangkok

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Dude Cigar Bar is located on Sukhumvit Road, in the heart of Bangkok. The red bricks– a material request by the owner– were carefully rotated at different angles to allow people walking by the shop to peek into the space from the outside. The material vocabulary is comprised of teak, brick, and sand-finish powder-coated steel to keep the space texturally rich.

Mikado suspension lamp by Miguel Herranz for LZF

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Two stamped wooden veneer sheets, mounted to a pattern which lends them torsion and dynamism, make up the shade of the Mikado lamp. The stamped wooden strips design in the air a shape charged with sensuality, as well as adding an overall lightness to the piece and creating interesting plays of light and shadow.

Nike 1948, London

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No stranger to innovative, game-changing retail spaces, Nike helped redefine what it means to open a storefront in the summer of 2008 when it launched 1948 in an abandoned East London railway arch.

URBAN by Levis design by Harshyla Singh

12 September 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

To create a new brand identity “Levi’s” and make the brand more unique, contemporary and high-fashion in the marketplace. And to strengthen and extend its brand equity by creating a line of skin care product.

A.P.C Royale boutique by Laurent Deroo, Paris

12 September 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

A.P.C. has opened a new store on rue Royale in the 7th arrondissement in Paris. Located next to Dior, Gucci and Chanel, l’Atelier de Production et Creation (A.P.C.) is a beautiful boutique spread over two floors.

Carbon Negative Cement by Novacem

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According to the producers, this material is based on magnesium silicates. This means it not only requires less heating but it is also able to absorb CO2 from the environment as it hardens, making it a “green” construction product.

sport b. concept store, Singapore

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Singapore gets a new agnès b. injection with the opening of the brand’s sport b. concept store. Located at Wisma Atria Mall, and inside Isetan department store, it boasts a modern interior with a friendly, cozy vibe. Vintage moroccan tiles adorn the floor, and sections of white-washed brick walls and vintage furniture pieces provide additional character to the space.

Quadrat pendant lamp by B.LUX

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Suspension lamp made out of oak laminated wood. Available in two finishes: natural oak and wenge.

GOOD AS GOLD store, Wellington – New Zealand

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Based in Wellington, New Zealand retailer GOOD AS GOLD has opened up a brand new 170 square metre, 3 level store. Owner Ruben Bryant and his father Architect Ken Bryant designed the ‘tree house’ inspired store, making heavy use of beautiful New Zealand Macrocarpa timber.

Anthropologie windows 2011 Summer, New York

09 September 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Anthropologie windows 2011 Summer, New York.

Atrium by Studio RHE, London

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For the last twenty years, Atrium has been located in the base of the Centrepoint tower, the iconic building that once held the title of the tallest building in London. Recently Atrium has made a professional move away from modern furniture supply to selling the finest lighting products – a move that needed both explanation and celebration.

ÚNICO MUSK packaging by Lavernia & Cienfuegos

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Musk is a highly valued substance in perfumery. It is very frequently used to give body and quality to many perfumes. Its delicate aroma evokes purity, clean skin, peacefulness, smoothness.

White Mountaineering store, Tokyo

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White Mountaineering has had some of the best responses to their approach to Japanese outdoor hiking-inspired garments and have been consistent every season. While they do a great job in the garment department, they do not slack when it comes to the interior design of their retail spaces.

Link-S lamps by by Ray Power for LZF

09 September 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Irishman Ray Power designed the Link family for LZF with a rigorous study of form and geometry. Made up of Moebius strips piled on top of one another, it confers warmness thanks to an interesting light and shadow play.

F95 fashion store, Berlin

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Founded by the organisers of PREMIUM Berlin, the F95 FASHION STORE first opened its doors in 2005. Despite being located in the up-and-coming district of Friedrichshain, far away from the glamour of central Berlin’s Ku’damm or Friedrichstrasse, the store has quickly become a sought-after destination by the city’s hipsters and fashion-savvy.

Palm Panel Flex by Omarno

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Omarno Palm Panel Flex are 100% hand made using coconut shell which is an unutilised industry by product and requires no trees to be cut down, ensuring you are not contributing to the destruction of forests around the world.This is a new generation of Architectural surface material.

Gant Rugger store, New York

09 September 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The new Gant Rugger store on 25 Prince Street in Nolita is just as vintage-inspired as you’d expect it to be. Inside, the decor hits the three Rs of store decorating: reclaimed, repurposed and reworked. The interior of the brand’s third stand-alone New York store features exposed walls, good old-fashioned woodwork, and pieces snatched up from shuttered factories in New England.