Posts Tagged ‘candy’

BLOCD Typesetting packaging concept by BLOCD

February 9th, 2017

Inspired by Gutenberg’s movable types, we produced mint candies in the shape of the six types for our logo and placed them in a package that was specially designed for the occasion, a kraft card package. The silicone moulds for the candies were made together with Papabubble.

Sweet Richness of Bulgaria Packaging by ZENITH

November 6th, 2015



Sweet Richness of Bulgaria is a small company/tourist trap/ located in the small coastal town of Balchik that sells a range of sweet products – from jams to turkish delights.

Candylicious at The Dubai Mall by Studio EM, Dubai – UAE

July 4th, 2015

At the heart of the store we retained the much loved Candy Tree and Candylicious Airplane that acts as an awesome photo opportunity for all those that come into the store as well as bringing in some quirkier and playful elements into the store to compliment our fairground theme.

Hershey’s Chocolate World by JGA at New York-New York Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas – Nevada

May 8th, 2015

Entering through a gigantic chocolate bar, guests are immersed in more than 800 candy and chocolate offerings.

Amado by Hyatt Branding & Packaging by Anagrama

March 19th, 2015

“Amado” by Hyatt is a Mexican artisan bakery and candy boutique specialized in typical regional products characterized by their flavors, colors, and textures.

Candylawa candy store by Red Design Group, Riyadh – Saudi Arabia

May 16th, 2014

Described as one of the largest candy stores in the world, Candylawa, opened recently in the Panorama mall Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Pronounced candylover, this veritable jawbreaker of an undertaking was three years in the making and is a testament to the creativity and determination of the design team at Redesign Group, New Zealand.

Bonbon windows at Selfridges by Elemental Design, London

May 10th, 2014

Promotional windows and in-store hotspots manufactured and facilitated by award winning retail design agency, Elemental Design for the launch of Bonbon, L’Oreal’s new candy scented fragrance by the Dutch design duo, Viktor and Rolf.

Papabubble candy shop by Torafu Architects, Tokyo

April 4th, 2014

The wall serving as a wall-to-wall advertisement also functions as a merchandise display on which products are placed directly. Moreover, we inlaid the papabubble logotype into the checkout counter, taking after the idea of a candy that reveals the same pattern no matter where it is cut.

Adriano Zumbo patisserie by Elenberg Fraser Graduate School, Melbourne

March 7th, 2014

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.

Papabubble candy shop by Schemata Architects, Yokohama – Japan

November 20th, 2013

We intend to design a space that resonates with movements of candy makers during the making process, and also movements of their products. Our design focuses on relationships between concrete and formwork at various stages.

BEACH STORES! Beach candy pop-up shop, Morjim – India

July 14th, 2013

Beach candy pop-up shop, Morjim – India

CHOCOLATIER! Papabubble shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo

November 28th, 2012

We designed a large counter where they do all works such as melting sugar, making patterns, cutting, wrapping and selling. We enveloped backyard area including structural column and storage, and wrapped around the 900 mm high counter with glass so that customers can look over the entire shop.

Gelati Factory by Lionel Debs Architectures, Strasbourg

August 16th, 2012

France-based Lionel Debs Architectures, has conceived the ‘Gelati Factory’, a minimal design solution for the interior retail space of the home-made Italian style ice cream storefront.

Papabubble candy shop by Yusuke Seki, Yokohama

June 21st, 2012

Papabubble are Caramels Artesans started in Barcelona in 2004, and has since launched all over the world. The candies are all hand made, and shows the process of making candy for a customer, and in doing so, entertaining kids and adult viewers alike. The shop design resembles a laboratory, and shows off the finely presented hand made look of these experimental candies.

The Candy Room by Red Design Group, Melbourne

October 23rd, 2011

‘The Candy Room’, located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD has a design that toys with the concept of illusion and draws the inner child out of the customer using a strong connection with childhood, fantasy, fiction and of course, sweets.