Posts Tagged ‘Kinnersley Kent Design’

ABC department store by Kinnersley Kent Design, Lebanon – Beirut

February 28th, 2018

Taking inspiration from Beirut’s unique and distinctive personality, the store concept is based upon juxtapositions, energy and theatre. The interiors are a vibrant mix of glamour, elegance and sophistication, with standout materials that contrast the gritty with the glamorous. The resulting aesthetic is premium, bold and contemporary, with an urban edge.

Aloft restaurant by Kinnersley Kent Design, Al Ain – United Arab Emirates

February 9th, 2018

The standout design elements of the hotel’s public areas are the industrial exposed ceilings, concrete floors, and large, colourful modern artworks. The overall materials palette throughout is natural with an urban edge – featuring polished and matte concrete, untreated and varnished wood, and rough and smooth travertine.

House of Fraser, Rushden Lakes by Kinnersley Kent Design, Northamptonshire – UKD

November 28th, 2017

The much-anticipated department store marks several firsts for House of Fraser – it is the British retailer’s first out-of-town format, first ever sustainable store, and its first full UK store opening since 2008.

The White Tower Gift Shop by Kinnersley Kent Design, London – UK

June 4th, 2017

The White Tower contains several floors of weaponry and armour and visitors exit via the 900 sq ft gift shop, which sells an incredible 370,000 pieces of merchandise per annum. The brief for the redesign had four key aims: first, to create an exciting and engaging retail experience; secondly, to improve customer flow and circulation; thirdly, to take a sympathetic approach to enhance the natural theatre and character of the building; and fourth and finally to facilitate product merchandising, using individual or grouped product narratives.