Posts Tagged ‘bright colours’

Mo:vel urban shoe store by Moxon Architects, Brighton – UK

September 21st, 2016

Chipboard provides a neutral background along with pick-and-mix style display units, allowing the products’ bright colours to be prominent and catch the eyes of customers. The versatile sneakers are placed against black recycled-rubber panels referencing the urban culture of the brand whilst, generating maximum visual impact.

Chumbak Store V.2.0 by 4D, Bangalore – India

September 14th, 2016

Panthella Mini lamp by Louis Poulsen

August 2nd, 2016

Demand for a smaller Panthella model led Louis Poulsen to adapt the classic range, which is still on sale in white acrylic. The new design comes in a range of bright colours drawn from Panton’s work.

Stash bagshop by Maurice Mentjens, Maastricht – Netherlands

January 29th, 2016

The red coating on the walls and ceiling makes the shop very appealing to passers-by. Moreover, this colour perfectly complements the often bright colours of the trendy bags sold at Stash.

Moncler Flagship Store by Gilles & Boissier, Tokyo – Japan

October 29th, 2015




Moncler Flagship StoreItalian fashion brand Moncler has raised its profile in Tokyo with a new flagship store.

Petite Vie Installation by Francis Fontaine, Luca Fortin & Pascal Labelle at Les Passages Insolites, Quebec – Canada

August 26th, 2015



Fontaine/Fortin/Labelle’s Petite Vie installation challenges public perception

Chumbak Store by 4D, Bangalore – India

July 27th, 2015



Chumbak is a vibrant & cheerful brand.

Happy Socks Store by Double Europe, London – UK

March 27th, 2015

A small but perfectly formed store on Neal Street has become the London home of Happy Socks.

Caramel side table by Claesson Koivisto Rune

January 27th, 2015

Stockholm 2015: four thin sheets of metal balance on one another to form this side table by Stockholm studio Claesson Koivisto Rune.

Aker Solutions Headquarters by Peldon Rose, London – UK

November 28th, 2014

Peldon Rose replaced the traditional call-centre style office set-up with angular clusters of adjustable sit-stand desks with the intention of creating a space that allowed their staff to work collaboratively and creatively in a contemporary space.

Viet’s Choice restaurant at Plaza Hollywood by Livinism, Hong Kong – China

October 23rd, 2014

Since this shopping mall is located in a large residential development in Hong Kong, that hosts many young families, a strict colour scheme had to apply to all original art work, furniture and wall finishes to help reflect the “youth and fun” theme of the surrounding area.

IKEA Paper shop by Kollo, Britain and Sweden

February 18th, 2013

In 2012 we helped IKEA in putting together a commercially strong range of paper products, such as giftbags, wrappingpaper, note books, paper clips, paper boxes etc. We also designed the store experience for the paper department with lots of bright colours and colourful patterns.

Wahaca shipping container restaurant by Softroom, London

July 13th, 2012

Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca has just opened its new pop-up location in London’s southbank with a building designed by London-based architects Softroom. Composed of eight shipping containers and adorned with murals by international street artists, the restaurant functions as an experimental kitchen with monthly food specials over the course of 18 months, after which the project will move to another location.

Aschan Deli interior design and branding by BOND, Helsinki

June 15th, 2012

Aschan Deli is an urban quick stop for breakfast, lunch, snack or coffee. The aim was to create a concept that looks fresh and modern while communicating convenience. The symbols, used in the signage, communications and interior, are big part of the identity.

Wallis window display Spring/Summer 2012 by D1 Design & Creative, UK

April 25th, 2012

D1 Design & Creative worked with Wallis to design and create these spin painted acrylic discs for their Spring Summer 2012 window scheme. Each disc was painted by hand in store in a variety of bright colours and they are suspended in each window, some stationary and some rotating!