Posts Tagged ‘graffiti’

Won Hundred store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 28th, 2016

Against a backdrop of steel-coated panels, concrete, and an expansive mural flashing the brand’s name in artfully applied graffiti, stands a sleek trapezoid display crafted from raw steel, and is the store’s design show piece.

Energoprom Offices by IND Office, Moscow – Russia

April 21st, 2016

Street art is expressed not only in graffiti and the color score of the office, but in ingenious details too. For instance, lighting in the kitchen is provided by lamps in the shape of the iconic Campbell’s soup cans.

Mastiff TV-productions Office by Zinc, Oslo – Norway

May 6th, 2015

Zinc has assisted Mastiff in the process of locating a new office space in Oslo, by devising plan solutions and an overall plan for furniture and customized interior.

Dong Dae Mun Korean Restaurant by RN Design Studio, Hong Kong – China

April 17th, 2015

Dong Dae Mun Korean Restaurant by RN Design Studio, Hong Kong – China

Novacane store by Bastian Braun, Berlin – Germany

June 4th, 2014

Already visible from the outside through the display window, a monolith of brush finished, but yet shiny copper extends from the ground to the ceiling. Equipped with a selection of 54 sneakers it forms the heart of the store.

Nitro office by Blitz, San Francisco – California

October 13th, 2013

Instead of a traditional reception desk, Blitz built a fully-functional bar with taps and under-counter refrigerators. The geometric canopy at the reception is clad in reclaimed wine barrel staves (Merlot, of course) and guests are invited to join the Nitro team for happy hour every day.

Reckitt Benckiser head office by Lima Europe ltd, Budapest – Hungary

October 5th, 2013

The materials of the concrete element and returning corroded metallic casing, the separated rectangular, stainless steel and glass. The square central corridor divides a café, seating block occupies a prominent element of the cloth covered cable bare bulb hanging lamp.

Pepe Jeans concept store by Caulder Moore, Barcelona – Spain

October 2nd, 2013

Graffiti art and language adorn the walls and music comes from resident DJs. The market stall is reinterpreted with acrylic market boxes set against brushed concrete and high-end resin on timber finishes. Fitting room doors in pastel acrylic mimc the house colours Portobello is famous for.

Headquarters store by BudCud, Wrocław – Poland

September 27th, 2013

Arches and gates from steel pipes, filled with glass panels, reinterpret contours of existing barrel vaults and deform standard clothes hanger. Contour objects – together with simple white furniture from medium-density fiberboard – create additional subspaces inside a boutique.

Coffee Shop by 314 Architecture Studio, Athens

March 24th, 2013

The concept was to create a chilled environment that gives the impression of being in a garden. For this reason green walls was installed in two semi-opened spaces. These spaces get sunlight from the openings in the roof and in summer months the metal shades protect from direct sunlight.

BIT hotel by BERIESTAIN INTERIORES, Barcelona

January 18th, 2013

Modern art also has its place in this establishment, since the hallways of each floor have been decorated with graffiti murals by nationally and internationally recognized illustrators and designers.

Quicken Loans offices, Detroit

January 5th, 2013

Graffiti from local artists decorate the walls and floors, razor scooters zip around every corner, kitchens feature popcorn and slushy machines, and bright colors cover every hallway (even scratch-and-sniff wallpaper is used in our space). And since work should always be fun, there are ping pong tables and a replica Cleveland Cavaliers basketball court.

Alma grocery by MOCO LOCCO, Krakow – Poland

December 17th, 2012

All the walls are finished with concrete and painted with graffiti. The Alcohol stall is made from tall oak book stands and decorated with black hydraulic pipes. The counter in that department is made from wooden logs, strapped by sackcloth belts.

Desigual windows, Jakarta

August 22nd, 2012

The first Desigual store in Indonesia had already been opened at Plaza Senayan, Jakarta. This Spanish based brand is famous with its loud graphic and print. This character is reflected via its window display that so hectic with flowers and graffiti of words.

Ecko Unltd. by Stone Designs, New York

February 2nd, 2012

Ecko represents the most rebel heart from NYC; it is the response to the adoption of bourgeois ways by fashion, the commitment with people on the streets that have made of NY the iconic city that represents to the rest of the world. This is why Ecko stores cannot be a standard commercial place.

Flavaboom fro-yo shop by Dune, New York

August 9th, 2011

Flavaboom, a new frozen yogurt shop in Chelsea, brings the art of summertime desserts to a scientific level. Designed by New York-based Dune, a firm best known for its colorful amorphous furniture, the concept for the prototype store is an ultramodern laboratory, complete with futuristic details.

Mexx concept store, Brussels

July 27th, 2011

Dutch retailer Mexx has opened a new flagship store in Brussels, Belgium, reflecting its characteristic ‘Metropolitan Casual Lifestyle’ image.

Air New Zealand’s ‘Clothes Hangar’ by Gascoigne Associates & Saatchi Design, Auckland

June 22nd, 2011

Air New Zealand’s ‘Clothes Hangar” brief was to create a space that embodied Trelise Cooper’s new uniform design direction and the Air New Zealand brand. The solution the designers came up with is a nod to a swept up eclectic kiwi Bach, providing staff a ‘shopping’ experience like none other. 

Molimao Tshirts

May 25th, 2011

What’s in the box is not cheesy goodness that is Pizza, but cool T-shirts from Malimao. Check it out after the jump!
“Molimao is a T-shirt brand from Sarajevo – capital of No man’s land. Founded in 2010 by Sandin Medjedovic also known as Dream83, Molimao T-shirts are a mash-up of graffiti aesthetics and clean design. Rooted deep in the street culture and independent music scene Molimao celebrates all forms of creativity in it’s journey.”