Posts Tagged ‘British’

Ted Baker store by FormRoom, Ottowa – Canada

September 28th, 2016

FormRoom were invited to develop a proposal for various interior panel units of the brand’s Ottowa Store in Canada. The panels were based on the theme of construction toys, such as Meccano, and on items of Ted Baker apparel.

Hobbs flagship store by NOW, London – UK

September 26th, 2016

The retail furniture upholstery, lighting and individually commissioned illustrations by Mariko Jesse to the walls all reflect Hobbs British craft focus re-enforcing the brands heritage and authentic British aesthetic.

Brace chair by Samuel Wilkinson

September 26th, 2016

An “arch brace” is a curved piece of wood that acts as a secondary fixing to strengthen the structure. A series of arch braces in their purest application have been used to create the chair’s minimal form negating the need for a cross structure making it lighter, leaner and allowing the curved seat pan to appear to float in the middle of the frame.

M&S Café by Kiwi & Pom, Brussells – Belgium

August 15th, 2016

Key features of the design include a marble entrance panel, marble and limed-oak cake table, glass ‘chandelier’ lighting and a bespoke 3D calligraphy sculpture.

Superdry’s ‘Store of the Future’ concept by Unibox, Manchester – UK

August 3rd, 2016

The redesigned space also boasts a Superdry Sport pop-up container. In addition, a huge ceiling hung lightbox was wrapped around a concrete finish pillar, combining the latest fabric print technology and UV treatments for fluorescent-style text and vivid graphics.

Links of London store by Sheridan&Co, Toronto – Canada

July 22nd, 2016

In order to tone down the imposing austerity of stately looking interiors and mix heritage with modernity, a number of carefully curated and quirky props were introduced for the ‘story wall’ that would enrich the Links of London brand story around its jewelry and inject a touch of eccentric British humor to the space.

citizenM Tower of London by Concrete Architectural Associates, London – UK

July 14th, 2016

The ground floor is where guests enter and check in at designated terminals, but it also features five homey spaces, replete with comfy seating areas, a television, and even a fireplace, where to relax, mingle, or if you really, really must, get some work done.

British Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Venice – Italy

May 27th, 2016

They claim that collective ownership models – where people share the financial burdens of domestic life – is one solution, and could result in homes that are more affordable and more efficient.