ESTNATION bis by Moment Design, Tokyo

04 August 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

The key design is the white stick-partitions that vaguely divide the whole space. As the location and environment of the store is not said perfect because of the low ceiling and deep shape. The stick-partitions help to show customers the whole of interior even from the entrance.

John Lewis spell it out windows

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This set of windows at department store John Lewis is a really strong example of how text can can be used with merchandise to create a clear and visually exciting message. By using a range of products to help write each word for the relevant department, for example ‘dine’ for their china and glass department, they add humour and interest to an otherwise very minimalistic display.

TRÈS BIEN Shop by Arrhov Frick, Malmö

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Très Bien Shop’s collections are displayed in a building with great character and space in central Malmö, Sweden. The space has previously housed a textile factory as well as a flea market, which becomes apparent when checking out the well-worn wooden floor.

Dock Kitchen restaurant by Here Design, London

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Here Design created the identity for the much-lauded Dock Kitchen restaurant in Ladbroke Grove, London.

Skype offices by PS Arkitektur, Stockholm

04 August 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The office design is based on the spirit of Skype, how it is a useful and playful tool that connects the world. The in-between shapes of interconnected nodes has given us romboid and triangular shapes that is visible in the flooring and in the design of some of the hard furniture.

Ploum sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Ligne Roset

04 August 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

We tried to create a very comfortable settee of contemporary design,” said the designers, describing their motivation for creating this sofa. The Ploum sofa features a broad shape and soft forms, which are inviting and adapt perfectly to the user’s body contours.

Coltrane lamps by Delightfull

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Coltrane is a strong character piece, able to draw your attention. A fine decorative element. Adjustable in height with magnetic cable. With 1 or 3 iron tubes, it produces a unique and fantastic visual effect. It has suspension, floor and wall types.

Teeq by Design Spirits Co., Kuala Lumpur

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Teeq is a rooftop restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Located in what was the 8th floor parking garage of a shopping center, the project includes a club, theater, restaurant and courtyard. Surrounded by desirable and natural views, the design aims to equally emphasize the interior and exterior spaces.

Color Exploration in Bergdorf Goodman windows, New York

03 August 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Fashion Week has begun, and our Fifth Avenue windows are host to a colorful explosion of multihued excitement. Featuring installations by New York artist Jason Hackenwerth, our windows glow with an eerie alien presence that complement bold Ready-to-Wear pieces that drift between chic Bohemia and a prismatic universe inspired by Spring’s tribute to Yves Saint Laurent’s dramatic colorways.

Carhartt store by Francesc Rifé, Barcelona

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This Barcelona urban-wear shop is located in L’illa – the city’s first truly modern shopping mall – and makes a bold statement with little space and an even smaller palette of materials.
In just 42 sq m, the shop has a sophisticated feel thanks to the oak panelling, screens and display elements. Local designer Francesc Rifé’s planning results in a warm atmosphere and intimate space that’s minimal yet cohesive.

Porsche Design 24 / 7 by KW43 BRANDDESIGN

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The task was to develop a sustainable long-term concept for brochures which provides an experience of the brand’s comprehensive range of high- quality accessories for men. The brochures adequately present the versatility of the Porsche Design Collections and the brand.

Table B by Konstantin Grcic for BD Barcelona

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The Table B created by designer Konstantin Grcic for BD Barcelona reminds the jury of the shape and lightness of an airplane wing.

Gap store by Dalziel and Pow

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We were appointed by Gap’s European team to reinvigorate the store design and give the brand more relevance in the European market. We designed a new store concept, that takes its inspiration from the very first Gap store which opened on Ocean Avenue, San Francisco in 1969.

Bamboo bench by Gal Ben-Arav

03 August 2011 by retail design blog 1 comment »

Bamboo is a plant that is quickly replenished, making it a sustainable choice for construction. It also has a high mechanical strength and durability to weather conditions. Choosing to use the material in its natural and raw form, israeli designer Gal Ben-Arav has developed the ‘Bamboo bench’.

Diamond Lights by Eric Therner

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I’d like to think od Diamond Lights as a sculpture, with a function. It looks as good switched on, as when it is switched off. Stylewise I wanted something different than the round lightbulbs. It’s not that other shapes on lightbulbs appear, so I really liked the thought of giving it another look.

Delicatessen by nemaworkshop, New York

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For the design of Delicatessen, nemaworkshop explored the concept of urban identity, namely the vibrant SoHo neighborhood and more specifically the NY newsstand. Typically overlooked because of its ubiquity, the newsstand serves as an atypical yet appropriate model. They are open, in-and-out thoroughfares which foster a unique breed of social energy.

Interactive floor and shop window visuals of Bershka store, Shibuya

02 August 2011 by retail design blog 2 comments »

Interactive floor and shop window visuals for the inaguration of the first Bershka store in Japan.

Raf Simons flagship store, Tokyo

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Belgian menswear designer Raf Simons has commissioned german-born, LA-based artist Sterling Ruby to use his Tokyo boutique as a canvas. The installation transforms the store from a stark white space
into something completely different with large splashes of blue paint.

Stop The Water While Using Me! design by KOREFE

02 August 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

The structural design solution for this high quality line of organic care products gives a puristic and ambitious impression. The unconventional brand name refers to the demand to meet the requirements of an eco-sensitive society: Stop The Water While Using Me!

The first Meltin’Pot denim flagship store by BAM design, Riccione – Italy

02 August 2011 by retail design blog No comments »

The pilot flagship store is the first example of a Meltin’Pot jeans branded denim store, and is home to the complete denim collection for men and women! Designed by architectural and design studio New York/Milan BAM Design, is successfully combines epitomizes the “denim world” style.