AMERICAN RAG CIE by Moment Design, Nagoya Japan

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Moment Design created an AMERICAN RAG CIE store in Nagoya, Japan.

Hermes and his metal horse, window display, Paris

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Everything is covered in metal and leather, as the shop-window of Hermès store in Faubourg Saint-Honoré is decorated with a majestic horse.

MOSTIP shoe shop by EASTERN Design Office, Shiga Japan

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This is a portion of the moon, a tip of a huge thing. This is a shoe shop built in a huge shopping mall. Two big and small triangles are placed in a space of 9m x 12.5m x 4m. The triangles have the shape of the moon that is cut. There are two portions of the moon. Two triangles have some large and small craters same as the moon.

HUGO BOSS Package Redesign by Wendy Shapiro

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HUGO BOSS approached my package design class with the challenge of redesigning the packaging for their Men’s XXL Boxer Brief underwear. The main objectives were to reduce the depth of the current box by switching to a soft package, and maintaining the current width of the box so that the new packages could still fit into the existing display drawers. The new package could not exceed current production costs.

Smack bar by Steve Smith and Adrian Baynes, Leamington Spa

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Steve Smith and Adrian Baynes has designed the Smack bar in Leamington Spa. They created a fantastic LED room, and a polaroid wallpaper. Restaurant and Bar Design Awards 2011. Best Bar Winner.

Rhyholzertischli coffee table by Adrian Wicki

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Inspired by his life-long fascination with one of Europe’s longest rivers, the Rhine, the young Swiss carpenter-turned-designer Adrian Wicki has created this driftwood coffee table. Enigmatically called ‘Rhyholzertischli’, the table is composed of a smooth glass plate which is juxtaposed with the raw natural form of the base created from driftwood found on the banks of Rhine.

The Wise One lamp by Mammalampa

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Our wise lamp generates an aura of visceral energy and vitality around her. She will organically blend into a rural environment, as well as providing the essence of nature within city apartments. This lamp is made from wood and harnesses the power of the moment when her wood was felled.

Express new concept store at King Of Prussia, by Wonderwall

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Wonderwall has created a new concept store for Express retail chain in King of Prussia Mall. The design concept used for Express is a refined chic that creates an individual space via forward-thinking design. Style is showcased throughout the 13,000-sq.-ft. retail space, dividing key categories and outfitting according to gender.

s.Oliver flagship store by Konhäuser, Stuttgart

20 July 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Under the motto ‘The old is the new’ the fashion company commissioned Konhäuser of Estenfeld / Würzburg to design the new concept store. The journey through the space begins with an installation that gives an overview over the latest s.Oliver looks.

Kuyichi concept store, Manchester

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Kuyichi, the leading Dutch fashion denim brand and Made-By partner brand, has opened its first stand-alone retail concept store in the UK in Manchester. The Manchester store, located at 28 King Street, marks the beginning of the roll out of Kuyichi across the UK, Ireland and France. The brand is already available in more than 500 points of sale across Europe, as well as in Australia and a number of other countries.

Marvin Sports identity by Kurppa Hosk

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Marwin is the young, sporty sub-brand of our client JC. Kurppa Hosk has developed the visual identity, label system and various other applications for the brand.

Phenomenon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Mutina

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In recent years, japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has aimed to incorporate the law of nature into his designs and pursued the elements of sensation in human beings. His new project ‘Phenomenon’
is a collection of ceramic tiles for italian ceramic design company Mutina, consisting of the series ‘Snow’, ‘Honeycomb’ and ‘Rain’ that draws on natural phenomena, showing the relationship between humans and nature.

Storeage creates Under Armour’s first European outlet store in Madrid

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Storeage’s design aims to strike a balance between Under Armour’s high performance, technically advanced products and its aggressive, intense brand image. Located in suburban Madrid’s high-end “Factory” outlet centre, the 200 square meter store exudes urban toughness and strength with its warehouse look and feel — exposed ceilings, industrial lamps, concrete flooring and steel fixtures.

Abra table by Neuland Industriedesign for B-Line

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A minimalist low table in scratchproof painted steel, Abra is available in two different heights which, thanks to the geometry of their lines, dovetail perfectly.

Floo Lamp by Liran Levi & Gilad Karlshtadt

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Unlike most lamps, Floo is suspended from one side. It remains level because the center of gravity has shifted to the shade’s unique conical shape. Aesthetically, without the central cabling in the way, you get an even circular disk of light uninterrupted by wires. I love when design is as simple as moving a seam or line to create an entirely new yet enigmatic silhouette.

Busaba Eathai by David Archer Architects, Bicester

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Busaba Bicester is the first Busaba to open outside London. The restaurant opened in December 2010 in the Bicester Village Retail Park. The opportunity offered in this location included a space that provided 9m high ceilings and a mezzanine floor overlooking the main dining room.

Levi’s 501 window, New York

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Levi’s 501 window in New York city. And this is our 501st post. Thank you for reading us.

Prada window display 2011, Toronto

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Prada window display 2011, Toronto. True elegance…

Levi’s Blue Shop-in-shop by UXUS

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UXUS was invited to create a series of elements for Levi’s most premium collection, “Blue”. The concept was to use modular elements, which could be reconfigured to create a shop-in-shop in various retail environments that express the collections’ hard, modern, sleek look. Inspired by traveling rock bands, UXUS created custom flight cases and other units transformable into apparel presentation fixtures.

Slowpoke Espresso Cafe by Anne-Sophie Poirier, Fitzroy, Australia

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The Slowpoke Espresso Cafe in Fitzroy, Australia is the ultimate spot for anyone looking for a cozy cafe experience. With a warm timber wall, glazed pottery, white ceramics and delicious pastries lining the counters, the Slowpoke looks like a place you could hang out all day long from breakfast through afternoon tea.