The retail experience was revolutionised using a variety of new techniques and technologies. The mirror-like plastic panels lining the interior were vacuum-formed and metallised and given their reflective finish from aluminium vapour.
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To make the interior highly visible we built an all-white space beneath a coloured mirror lantern, in order to create an inviting retail space as well as signal its new use to the passersby. The multi-coloured lantern makes use of high ceilings and uses four different colours of mirror as well as coloured glass, to create a complex array of reflected colours and lights.
The Boston Consulting Group’s Perth office reveals an impressive understanding of the contribution of workplace design to business success. Skilfully executed, with an intrinsic connection to the landscape, the new design serves as a commercial tool which has the potential to contribute to employee satisfaction, the company’s recruitment success and general workplace productivity.
This unique “Blonde Chic Feel” lighting showroom was created to showcase its Italian lighting products (which are mainly white in colour). By creating an interior space that is darker in colour, the products would stand out from its environment. The use of darker timbers, colours and bronze mirrors helps create a feeling of warmth and sophistication to the interior space of the showroom.
Designed as if an intricate puzzle, the marble flooring has a playful geometric pattern and a series of cabinets seemingly protrude from the floor, following its lines. The cabinets and other interior elements in fact subtly reference Jac+ Jack’s other stores, and intentionally create a retail coherence of sorts.
Screens made from diagonal planks, wooden beams and columns appear to be dip-dyed in orange paint. The walls are lined with concrete panels and dark slate tiles are used for the floor. “There is certain nostalgia to the diagonal pine wall linings, which provide warmth and texture against the concrete and canvas.
The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming, and is conceptualized as such to appeal to both bike enthusiasts and visitors to paramount building. A sizeable white table prominently showcases a bicycle and matching accessories, but can easily be used for other purposes as tokyobike also plans to stage workshops or exhibitions here as well.
Curated by Simone Leamon, almost 700 objects are suspended on a wall of 7 x 15 meters, with multiples of the items presented to communicate their relationship to serial production. The installation is based on five themes: design and social culture, design and the economy, design and sustainability, design and the human body, design and visual culture.