Posts Tagged ‘London’

Alphabeta workspace lighting by Hoare Lea Lighting, London – UK

December 2nd, 2016



Led by Dickon Hayward, the concept was designed from the ground-up, with Hoare Lea Lighting working closely with Studio RHE to understand the space and its requirements from an architectural lighting perspective.

Missguided Westfield Stratford store by Dalziel-Pow, London – UK

December 1st, 2016



Inspired by a TV studio, the space delivers a dynamic live stream of of-the-moment content, fashion and inspiration. It captures the Snapchat generation’s short attention span and desire for the new, with a constantly changing space, bursting with “jaw-to-the-floor” shareable moments, stage sets and real-time digital displays, where co-created brand content comes to life.

Chapter student accommodation renovation by Tigg Coll Architects, London – UK

November 29th, 2016



Inside the building, the architects have returned the arrival hall to its original concrete and steel construction, with booth-style seating areas designed to resemble train carriages. Benches are upholstered in geometric-patterned material that also recalls railway seating.

Financial.org offices by ME&C Creative, London – UK

November 23rd, 2016



Using over 500sq ft of bead blasted aluminium panelling, horizontal grained crown cut walnut and gloss black ceiling tiles, the scene was set for bespoke seating arrangements and luxury flooring.

Evans Christmas window, London – UK

November 22nd, 2016


We were inspired by shapes in nature, rippling sand and free flowing shapes. We wanted a festive look and feel without being overtly “Christmas” In the back of our minds we wanted the scheme to feel like an art installation, a modern and contemporary take on the season.

Design Museum by John Pawson, London – UK

November 18th, 2016



The exhibition spaces are arranged around a large atrium in the centre of the building, where the underside of the distinctive hyperbolic paraboloid roof is revealed. The space is overlooked by wood-lined galleries and features broad flights of steps that double as seats.

M&M’s World VM concept by Global Display, London – UK

November 16th, 2016



Utilising the forms, colours and brand identity as inspiration, the collection of storage, display units along with mannequins provides a modular and flexible solution for merchandising a diverse range of products.

Aesop store, London – UK

November 15th, 2016


Created by Aesop’s in-house design team, the palette of the interior is modern yet well-adapted to its surrounds, featuring used molded plywood, reclaimed parquet flooring and brass detailing.

Christmas window display by Burberry and Harrods, London – UK

November 15th, 2016


As part of the display, visitors are able to interact with a sensory window via a touch-trigger mechanic and motion sensor, through which they can experiment with the lighting and music composed specifically for the display.

Costa Coffee by EDGE, London – UK

November 14th, 2016

The scheme includes new feature lighting, solo tables and cocktail chairs in a simplified palette of materials and finishes with highlights of polished brass and gold, complimenting the signature Costa red which is a key feature throughout.

Leman Locke hotel by Grzywinsi + Pons, London – UK

November 11th, 2016

We had in mind that young, creative professionals who are increasingly nomadic for purposes of their work might like to have an option that combines the best of two worlds from a hospitality perspective: the design-led and convivial atmosphere one often finds in good boutique hotels, mixed with the convenience of an extended stay product.

Across the Dotted Line installation by Joel Derksen, London – UK

November 10th, 2016

Across the Dotted Line has been specifically created to fit and play within the DigitasLBi space. It is a graphic expression of expanding limits, pushing against your own sensibilities and finding a new sense of freedom in the unknown.

Schuh Christmas Campaign 2016 by Roar Creativity, London – UK

November 10th, 2016

Schuh Christmas Campaign 2016 by Roar Creativity, London – UK

Leon restaurant by rpa:group, London – UK

November 9th, 2016

Founded in 2004, Leon’s first outlet opened on London’s Carnaby Street and six months after opening was named the ‘Best New Restaurant in Great Britain’ at The Observer Food Monthly Awards. There are currently 37 Leon restaurants with plans to open more worldwide.

MNKY HSE restaurant by Keane Brands, London – UK

November 9th, 2016

Aidan Keane, of Keane Brands describes the design as “cheeky, playful and mysterious”. He adds:- “ We wanted to create something that had polish and edge. That felt good in a posh frock and even better in a party dress. A design scheme that shimmered and shone but also had enough edge and grit to make it feel exciting.”

Diane von Furstenberg Bruton Street window by Lucky Fox, London – UK

November 9th, 2016

Diane von Furstenberg Bruton Street window by Lucky Fox, London – UKDesign: Lucky FoxPhotography: Melvyn Vincent

Jigsaw St James’s Market store by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

November 2nd, 2016

Fitting the store’s affluent positioning, there will be a high level of service. This includes a large glass wrapped cash desk that accentuates the terrazzo within, complemented by a grand iridescent backdrop that connects the two floors.

SEI Headquarters by PENSON, London – UK

October 31st, 2016

The arrival experience at SEI is very unique. The reception area is defined by a bespoke steel staircase and sculptural front-desk both designed by PENSON.

Fresh Lifestyle – Aveda Lifestyle Salon by Reis Design, London – UK

October 29th, 2016

The design incorporates an eclectic mix of tactile materials including a reclaimed indian hand carved arch, rusted corten steel panels, concrete wall finishes, vintage brass mesh detailing and the iconic 4 metre long tree-trunk feature table made from a single sheet of sustainably sourced English chestnut to create a sophisticated, understated Eco-Luxe style.

26 Grains restaurant by BLOCK 1: DESIGN, London – UK

October 28th, 2016

The stripped back palette of natural woods, clean marble and rough rendered walls and counters is the perfect setting for the Scandinavian inspired dishes. The flexible space with bi-folding doors brings the restaurant out into the centre of Neal’s Yard.