Posts Tagged ‘London’

Polu Poke restaurant by Brown Studio, London – UK

February 21st, 2018

Working with the creator & founder of this brand we developed a concept emblematic of its principles. The scheme is kept deliberately simple and authentic echoing the brand’s ethos but exuding a warmth with the use of natural & honest materials.

Joe and the Juice by CDS Group, London – UK

February 16th, 2018

Starting with just a shell, CDS Group were responsible for fitting out the entire stores – from the flooring, stud partition work, all mechanical elements, along with decorative finishes which create the brand’s distinctive Manhattan style.

Store design for EE by Quinine, London – UK

February 16th, 2018

Throughout the stores Quinine introduced a simple palette of materials to create a warm, familiar but dynamic modern feel. European white oak and felt-like fabrics for upholstered seating were used to indicate service areas. While metal, powder coated in the brand colours (aqua and yellow), pop and lift a subtle palette of grey, black and white walls.

Aspen Insurance Offices by Mansfield Monk, London – England

February 15th, 2018

The scheme for the Hub included the development of a fresh color and materials palette with a number of varied break-out and ad-hoc meeting environments. The new facilities have been a great success, creating new working meeting and refreshment zones for all personnel.

Peakon office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

February 8th, 2018

Stylistically the space need to have a more creative feel than the existing space provided, “Scandinavian simplicity” and a mixture of clean colours and wood. This was also to reflect their Danish headquarters which followed the same style.

Indian Accent restaurant by DesignLSM, London – UK

February 8th, 2018

On entering Indian Accent, guests are greeted in a warm and atmospheric lobby, which provides a glimpse into the main restaurant area through opulently decorated glass doors. The space is adorned with natural stone flooring, dark grey polished plaster walls and walnut joinery framed with a thin brass edging.

Chiswick Park office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

February 6th, 2018

Raw finishes give the more creative side of the space an industrial look with a mixture of eclectic, mid-century pieces of furniture, creating a New York loft style space. The corporate side includes sleek finishes such as clean whites, lined details and contemporary finishes to give the space a very slick and professional feel.

Pageant Media office by Derryn Taylor / ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

February 5th, 2018

Overall it was essential that the new space offered transparency, movement/flow, fun areas for staff to enjoy, uniqueness, vibrancy, tangible finishes, optimal sights of the 8th floor views.

NewDay office by Oktra, London – UK

January 28th, 2018

The vision was to create a contemporary design whilst retaining the building’s original mid-18th century features. To achieve this Oktra inserted intriguing landscapes and modern shapes against the period brickwork backdrop.

Edelman’s Office Expansion by Gensler, London – UK

January 12th, 2018

Prior to creating a design strategy, Gensler engaged with senior and junior staff through visioning sessions and conducted utilisation studies to assess Edelman’s current work patterns and space usage, which informed the basis of the design brief.

Yen restaurant by Sybarite, London – UK

January 10th, 2018

The aesthetic is strongly influenced by Japanese culture, and given its innate sense of understatement, the settings feel distinctly contemporary at the same time. The design makes the most of the high ceilings, notably a timber treescape structure inspired by bamboo forests that recreates a tree canopy effect.

Luca Faloni – In the Hood pop-up store by Lucky Fox, London – UK

January 3rd, 2018

The purpose of the pop-up, entitled In the Hood, was twofold. Firstly, to work as a gallery space to explore the evolution of style for signature items like the hoodie, the polo shirt and the classic shirt which are synonymous with the menswear brand.

“Breathe it all in” shopwindow for Lululemon by Lucky Fox, London – UK

January 2nd, 2018

Echoing the campaign’s ombre spectrum, Lucky Fox went to work building and installing reflective columns made from two-way mirrors with moving LED lights inset into them, which fill the entire window space. The lights within the mirrors undulate and change colour to reflect the gradient campaign colours.

“Make it Snow” window installation for Topshop by Lucky Fox, London – UK

January 1st, 2018


Aiming to bring the fun back into Christmas shopping, the interactive installation invited the public to step inside the glass structures within built walkways.

Birchbox pop-up store by YourStudio, London – UK

December 29th, 2017

The store has been designed to showcase the Birchbox personal touch expanding on the Birchbox ‘Build your own box’ pick & mix station with a gift wrapping station and Wishing Tree, where customers can add their Christmas wish to the tree and also record Gifs to ‘Share the love’.

GBR Restaurant at Dukes Hotel London by DesignLSM, London – UK

December 18th, 2017

DesignLSM’s brief was to create a refined and luxurious environment to suit an all-day dining experience as well as reflecting the exemplary level of service and quality that the hotel is famed for.

Carhartt W.I.P. store by Faye Toogood, London – UK

December 14th, 2017

The design obviously remains utilitarian-inspired, but it has been cleverly reinterpreted in a cleaner and more polished way, featuring a palette of concrete flooring with upright edges on two sides of the retail space, canvas wall panels and a grid configuration of metal pendant lamps.

Butchies restaurant by Block1: Design, Shoreditch / London – UK

December 9th, 2017

We started by looking at urban spaces and focused on the tile patterns of the Berlin underground. This is where we found the green tones which work to create a premium feel within the space as well as introducing an unexpected colour. We played with scale and colour to create interest and texture on the walls and counter.

Maison Kitsuné flagship store by Mathieu Lehanneur, SoHo / London – UK

December 6th, 2017

His solution was to conceive a series of white, high-ceilinged rooms with mouldings and phantom window panes that recall the Haussmannien architectural style of Parisian apartments. Snaking through these rooms is a curvilinear, bi-chromated steel tube that manifests as a tentacular foreign body.

Lighting design for Richmond Buildings by HL Studio, Soho / London – UK

November 24th, 2017

The lighting scheme features a family of light sources, including pendants, wall lights and low-level lighting – this allows different moods to be created, while maintaining continuity. The luminaires highlight the materials, textures and architectural elements creating focal points, for example, feature pendants above the stairs, kitchen islands and dining areas, and five-amp circuits throughout, give residents the freedom to create their own ambience.