Posts Tagged ‘Landini Associates’

Sarah & Sebastian’s flagship store by Landini Associates, Paddington – Australia

December 9th, 2017

The jewellers bench made from Amercian Walnut and Copper is the central focus of the store, and the jeweller the first point of engagement upon entering. Designed as an intimate shopping experience, the jeweller will talk customers through raw materials and process, then guide customers in finding the perfect piece.

Capri on via Roma market by Landini Associates, Gold Coast – Australia

August 1st, 2014

Landini Associates developed the strategy and designed the market hall interior, identity, way finding, graphics and even the leasing brochures for Capri on via Roma, the Gold Coast’s long-awaited new fresh-food market.

T2 tea store design by Landini Associates, London – UK

June 11th, 2014



Landini Associates has again teamed up with iconic Australian tea brand,T2, to launch the company’s first international store in London.

Jones the Grocer flagship store, restaurant by Landini Associates, Sydney

August 20th, 2013

It’s still a grocer but has transgressed to be a multifaceted creator of meals. It produces casual yet polished eats, from eating in or take away, a baker and patisserie, as well as a tea expert, cafe, licensed restaurant with private dining room and open kitchen, cooking school and tapas bar. Achieving all this diversity of service in one 490 m2 location was a tricky balance.

T2 headquarters by Landini Associates, Melbourne

August 14th, 2013

With the street frontage lower than the general entry, the public is ushered into the space through an oversized steel framed pivot door into a double height space. Led by concrete steps, guests are greeted by a spotlighted oversized T2 logo featured in incandescent light bulbs. To the left of the entrance is a Tea Bar, a façade reception.

T2B tea-retailing by Landini Associates, Sydney

August 9th, 2013

In order to create more drama, an angled mirrored ceiling was installed over the bar and the signage is made of extruded concrete letters surrounded by a huge splash of expressionist paint.
Other features include the Tea Library at the rear of the store, made from black oxidized steel shelving and canisters; this dark palette allows T2’s trademark orange packaging to stand out under the intense lighting.

Loblaws food store by Landini Associates, Toronto

April 18th, 2013

As such Landini Associates decided that it was important to not just create a supermarket but rather a “SUPER” “MARKET”, a place where people could meet, talk, eat and fall in love. A social place not unlike a “Market Town” of old which was a community’s hub.