Ora inhaler packaging by Pandara Chanyatanavut

25 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

We present a signature product which is personal inhaler that is easy to use and immediately absorb the medication. Ora also provide refillable product extensions which are healing oils for different symptoms; for relief asthma, cold, nasal congestion, and migraine.

Blufish restaurant by SODA architects, Bejing – China

25 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

To echo the theme of the restaurant and express the warmth of the scene, Soda team chose six kinds of hand-drawn fairytale patterns. They seem simple and familiar, and represent the underwater coral, aquatic plants, and schools of fish.

GIMING Hangzhou Kerry Centre Store by Wolfdesign, Hangzhou – China

25 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

GIMING Hangzhou Kerry Centre Store by Wolfdesign, Hangzhou – China

Fjord office by Joanna Laajisto, Helsinki – Finland

24 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

To achieve the warm and tactile effect demanded in the brief, Laajisto used natural materials throughout the 1,000-square-metre space, including oak flooring, sisal carpets and linen curtains. These are accompanied by plenty of plants.

VANS Headquarters by Rapt Studio, Costa Mesa – California

24 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

Designed with workspaces for creative self-expression and ‘Off the Wall’ culture, the headquarters was made to embody the company’s evolution. As Vans’ longstanding design partner, Rapt Studio created the office to celebrate the four pillars of the Vans brand – Art, Music, Action Sports, and Street Culture and Fashion.

Superbaba restaurant by Studio Roselyn, Victoria – Canada

24 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The arched shapes are echoed in wall murals painted with blocks of light blue and forest green, while the back-of-house corridor is painted entirely in on-trend pale pink. The artwork on the walls was created by photographing Superbaba’s dishes, and then collaging and distorting the images.

Fund packaging by Elena Zaitseva

24 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

Package consists of a box in which a tube with seeds and a card with a plant profile and its description are stored. Packaging in the form of a sachet for retail sale is also provided. You can plant the seeds, harvest and save some of the seeds in a tube for the next sowing.

Hotel National des Arts et Métiers by Raphael Navot, Paris – France

24 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

In addition, the walls at la Chicchetteria – the hotel’s venetian-style tapas eatery – are clad in oxidized copper tubes, laboriously assembled by Ronan Masson in a non-repeating algorithm. The naturally occurring shades of metallic blue and green amidst the remaining copper hues impart what Navot calls ‘a particularly magical’ expression of time.

Living Architecture ‘Astrocyte’ Questions Whether Buildings Can Think and Care

24 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

Toronto’s Expo for Design, Innovation and Technology last October featured Astrocyte as a living installation not dissimilar to a system of nerves and the signals passing through whilst the glasswork holding a combination of oils, chemicals and other solutions forms a similar structure of an organic skin.

Shiseido salon by Nendo and Keita Aono, Tokyo – Japan

24 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The company has maintained a plush salon and showcase in Tokyo’s leafy Ginza shopping district for quite some time, situated only a few blocks away from its headquarters. The venue has been given a remarkable makeover, and its a project that aims to resonate on a global scale, anchoring Shiseido as a top cosmetics and fragrance brand for all the world to see.

NAŠA LYRA Chocolate packaging by Michal Slovák

23 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The aim was to create an identity of a new type of chocolate that would refer to Slovak origin of chocolates and co-operation with Slovak farmers in a playful manner. The division of chocolate bars into eight parts according to the total number of Slovak regions, happened to be the core idea.

Vintset Experimental Store by Angatu, Espírito Santo – Brazil

23 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

Vintset, not only refers to the local area code (27), but it also is a result from the connection of two other words: ‘vintage’ and ‘set’. In order to exist, an experience needs to be located in time and space. ‘Vintage’ and ‘Set’ allude both these characteristics, respectively.

ACORD insurance office by Alter Architects, Azur – Israel

23 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

We chose to use clean and warm natural material, suitable for a busy work place that many employees use in a relatively small space (110 employees and many public functions). Despite the overcrowding we were able to create a system that allows privacy and accessibility to each employee and at the same time, offers an office that looks spacious and pleasant.

The Nomad Hotel by Jacques Garcia, Los Angeles – California

23 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The guest rooms’ colour palette is drawn from the property’s fully restored gold and blue Italianate ceiling in the lobby, and each room is appointed with custom designed furnishings and original artwork from design studio Be-poles with many also featuring freestanding pedestal bathtubs.

UOOYAA Office by X&Collective Design, Shanghai – China

23 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The venue used to be a warehouse of a former space factory. We kept the original structure of the warehouse, made only simple amendment and renovation to the original ceilings.

Lighting Design for Riva Caccia Residence by Stefano Dall’Osso, Lugano – Switzerland

23 January 2018 by retail design blog 1 comment »

The main aim of the lighting intervention, besides guaranteeing the functionality of the building, composed of eighteen housing units and developed in seven floors, was preserving the dynamic and modern character of the structure, even after the sunset​, in absence of natural light.

Woolrich store by Andrea Cané & Wonderwall, Milan – Italy

23 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The chosen aesthetic of the Woolrich shop is predominantly defined by light colours and simple materials, such as wood, glass and metal. Furnishings comprise of wooden and steel shelves, while the building’s concrete pillars are encased in transparent glass.

Star Wars Light and Dark perfume packaging by Perfected Designs

22 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The brief required the fragrances to be sold as two individual products and a twin set that would appeal to both the mainstream consumer, passionate collector and nostalgic purchaser to celebrate and capture the enormous consumer demand for the iconic Star Wars franchise.

Butchers Cut by Yoav Dariel, Netanya – Israel

22 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

We used materials’ schemes that combined dark metal with a light touch of oak veneer, carefully placed professional lighting and strong branding communication, all in top-level quality workmanship. Additional materials chosen were simple and durable, such as white ceramic tiles, vinyl flooring and stainless steel.

Shababeek restaurant by Pallavi Dean Interiors, Sharjah – UAE

22 January 2018 by retail design blog No comments »

The exceptional detail poured into the design narrative is combined with a vibrant colour and materials palette of rich greens, brushed brass and neutral tones. The result is a restaurant with an elegant, sophisticated and, above all, contemporary design language.