Posts Tagged ‘Coordination’

Inés Pose Lifestyle Salon by STGO, A Coruña – Spain

March 7th, 2014

Inés Pose Lifestyle Salon by STGO, A Coruña – Spain

Ace fashion store by Coordination, Belrin

June 30th, 2013

Interior design of a 30 sqm compact shop and studio in Berlin. The late thirties Art Deco look & feel was chosen to present and complement the 1950ies inspired fashion by Berlin designer Annika Graalfs. Special features are the fold up working table and the hide away changing room with contrasting textile wall panelling.

Thread Family by Coordination

June 26th, 2012

“Thread Family” is a set of small hight adaptable furnishings featuring a thread and seat lathed from walnut wood on a welded steel base in many colours. The family consists of three members: Small Stool, Bistro Table & High Stool.

OTTO BOCK Lifestyle Store by Coordination Asia, Shanghai

April 6th, 2012

Tasteful and contemporary, the store combines bright white and vibrant green against classic, grey slate paving to striking effect. A butterfly motif, both digital and in reflective glass, is referenced throughout the space: playful and fun, the creature encapsulates agility, grace and energy – all qualities of the Otto Bock brand.

Burlington flagship stores by Coordination

March 10th, 2012

Burlington has commissioned COORDINATION for the development of the retail design fot the re-launch of the brand. The new design includes flagship stores, shop-inshop areas and POS-displays. The system will be used in Europe and Asia.

Aegis Shanghai flagship store by Coordination, Shanghai

March 1st, 2012

Aegis Shanghai is a premium men‘s boutique based in the heart of China, offering a unique selection of the very best contemporary designer and casual lux labels covering clothing, shoes, and accessories.

Lean tables by Coordination

February 28th, 2012

The Designers from Coordination got inspired by traditional craftsmanship and created the Lean Tables as a result. By using a wedge, legs and a hexagonal boards from local oak form structural entities. At least three units join to become a table. For structural reasons the legs are slanted and as a result the single pieces seem to lean against each other.