Posts Tagged ‘groceries’

Ergon Deli + Cuisine by Urban Soul Project, Athens – Greece

December 9th, 2016

The floor is terrazzo and the walls of the deli were covered with white tiles. On the next level, the kitchen is located behind a glass/metal partition structure as well as a part of the dining area. The majority of the seating is located on the mezzanine.

Sourced Grocers store by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

July 15th, 2016

A black and white color palette combined with wooden fixtures becomes a neutral background for the specialty products and ingredients to shine. Vintage hand-painted graphics on black wall tiles add to the welcoming atmosphere of this neighborhood grocery store.

Simply Fresh gourmet store by api(+), Doylestown- Pennsylvania

July 6th, 2016

Exposed steel trusses, restored wood ceilings, rugged brick and polished concrete frame a masterful merchandising program and a dynamic shopping experience.

Checkers Hyper supermarket by TDC&Co., Midrand – South Africa

July 3rd, 2016

Much of the design input was directed in creating the ‘urban market’, making it the heart of the store and main service node. This was anchored by a “wine cellar” to direct the shopper through the store into this market space.

The Market by Longo’s by Ampersand Studio, Toronto – Canada

June 21st, 2016

The store design is respectful of this heritage and incorporates existing finishes of marble and granite as features of the store.

Hunter Gatherer store by TRIAD China, Shanghai – China

April 29th, 2016

Natural materials, colors and shapes strengthen these characteristics by implementing the original logo and design features.

Emart’s Peacock Kitchen by CADA Design, Seoul – South Korea

April 6th, 2016

The space has a strong, unified identity with each food offer having its own individual feel, through variations of colour and material, identity and visual merchandising.

One Idea Outlet by Rigidesign, Shanghai – China

March 25th, 2016

Several white materials with different textures are shown in the open store space that is dotted with blues, adding interest and sense of layers in the bright, neat and cozy space.

VMV Supermarket by cityscape architects, Sofia – Bulgaria

February 14th, 2016

Due to the modest internal height most of the installations are visible. Fragmented suspended ceilings and powerful hanging elements help for better orientation in the hall and mark the most tempting products group.

Centra concept store by Household, Limerick – Ireland

January 27th, 2016

The Good Kitchen’s branding is designed to be synonymous with delicious meals eaten right there in-store. With this new sub-branding rolled out across serving elements, digital menus and packaging, the result is a branded food experience with an inviting tone of voice that makes it totally irresistible.

Cullenders Delicatessen & Kitchen by The Vawdrey House, Reigate – UK

December 23rd, 2014

Clearly defined by dramatic pendant luminaires, the main counter is designed to work as a shop counter and lean bar at busy times, while converting to a drinks bar in the evening. Behind the counter shelving provides display space, while the materials palette of oiled timber and metro tiles is reminiscent of continental cafes or tapas bars.

DekaMarkt ‘World of Food’ store by Twelve Studio, Netherlands

December 18th, 2014

Taking influences from indoor markets around the world, the interior is punctuated and softened by the introduction of curved architectural features and mid-floor market ‘pavilions’.

Bistrot Milano Centrale, Milan – Italy

July 26th, 2014

The objective is to provide a sustainable venue, with a special focus on respect for the natural environment, local culture and economy, also through use of natural materials, the limiting of waste and the promotion of virtuous practice amongst the clientele as well.

Fresh St. Farms store by King Retail Solutions, Surrey – Canada

July 17th, 2014

The perimeter shops each feel separate, with different casework by section, but use the same language (a common tone). Behind the scenes, though, Fresh St. Farms’ staff is able to flex from one area to the other quickly and easily, as there is open flow through from “shop” to “shop”.