Posts Tagged ‘London’

POP UP! Percival Pop-up store, London

February 20th, 2012

Running until the 21st December, the Percival brand is a contemporary menswear label, that puts emphasis on British-made quality workmanship, timeless styling and clever detailing over trend-led, disposable fashion. The label have achieved a sense of playful adventure within their designs, and I think the cerise tribal printed, olive shawl neck jacket below is a great example of this ethos.

Louis Vuitton Bond Street window displays, London

February 15th, 2012

Louis Vuitton Bond Street window displays, London.

Future Map Installation by StudioXAG at Selfridges, London

February 14th, 2012

Following its neon window display for Diesel in Paris, StudioXAG has created a geometric turquoise installation for Future Map at Selfridges. ‘We imagined a domestic room scene, cut out and transplanted into Selfridges window,’ says Xavier Sheriff of StudioXAG. ‘Using the Future Map logo we defined the shape and an eye-catching bright turquoise to make it pop.’

Sainsbury’s Fresh Kitchen branding & store design by Twelve Studio, London

February 7th, 2012

A new take-away food concept for Sainsbury’s, with the emphasis on freshly made hot food, sandwiches, salads and hot drinks. Fresh Kitchen on Fleet Street, London is the first of a new format with big ambitions.

Google Headquarters by Penson, London

February 5th, 2012

One of the world’s most up & coming architecture & interior design brands Penson, has released their first project for Google engineers, in Buckingham Palace Road, London. This first release forms part of Penson’s overall programme for Google, covering super cool office spaces for Googlers this year at Central Saint Giles & Belgrave House London.

Denhams concept store, London

January 31st, 2012

Denham has just opened a concept store in Shoreditch, East London. The concept store occupies 4 floors, including two showrooms and an office space. This is the denim brands 3rd store worldwide but first in the UK.

Topshop window display by Blacks VM, London

January 30th, 2012

You really have to congratulate the creative team behind TOPSHOP’S window displays. From concept to installation, they really do know how to come up with the most creative ways to capture your attention, and get you in through the doors. A new year means new windows right after the giant sale banners have been removed.

Artisan Coffee interior & furniture by Liquidesign , London

January 21st, 2012

Liquidesign design consultants have just finished working on their most recent project to design and build a cafe restaurant in Putney, London for Artisan Coffee. The brief was to design an entire cafe around liquidesign’s Splice stool.

Accessorize window display Oxford St, London

January 20th, 2012

Accessorize window display Oxford St, London.

Hackett “Birds” window by Harlequin Design, London

January 17th, 2012

Our collaboration with Hackett resulted in taking appreciation of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ to create a dark and twisted feel of ‘The SALE’. The window decals were a play on the original movie poster and integrated with the inner window elements of birds, lot of birds!

Aesop store by Ciguë, London

January 15th, 2012

Hot on the heels of the opening up shop in Southwark, the newest Aesop store opens its doors in the bustling Soho area. This time the australian cosmetics brand has collaborated with Ciguë, the paris-based architecture + design practice which also collaborated on the pop-up shop at Merci and the Marais Boutique.

POP-UP! Gap 40th Anniversary pop-up store, London

January 14th, 2012

1969 was a significant year– man reached out his first step on the moon; 500,000 people flooded The Woodstock Music and Art Festival in Bethel, New York. Amidst all the groundbreaking events going on in the last year of the sixties, Doris and Don Fisher opened up the first Gap store in San Francisco and evolved to become one of America’s most quintessential players in the retail game.

Massimo Dutti sophisticated chic window, London

January 9th, 2012

Massimo Dutti sophisticated chic window, London.

John Lewis Kids flagship store by Dalziel and Pow, London

January 4th, 2012

Our new children’s concept, in John Lewis’ Oxford Street flagship, takes the shopper through the heart of each product group, from fashion to nursery and travel, to footwear, toys and crafts. The total experience is improved, including layout, lighting, merchandising, digital integration and customer service.

Ralph Lauren windows, London

December 23rd, 2011

Ralph Lauren has in his shop window the classic Christmas decoration. Since there are large paper stars illuminated in red and white, lots of fir and pine green, tied to garlands and wreaths.

Carbon Bar by B3 Designers, London

December 12th, 2011

The Carbon Bar is a welcome addition to the Cumberland Hotel, also home to the Kelly Hoppen designed Gary Rhodes’ W1 restaurant. Carbon features an interior inspired by industrial architecture and brings low-key, yet chic Shoreditch style to the West End.

Printemps christmas dreams windows by Karl Lagerfeld

December 12th, 2011

This winter at Paris’ mega department store Printemps, 11 windows have been filled with holiday displays by Karl Lagerfeld. Titled Christmas Dreams of Far Away, the presentations enact holiday scenes from legendary cities including Moscow, Venice, Paris, Los Angeles, Biarritz, New York, London, Shanghai, Tokyo and the Cap d’Antibes.

I Love Dust office by 44th Hill, London

December 12th, 2011

I Love Dust office by 44th Hill, London.

BOXPARK by Roger Wade, Shoreditch London

December 9th, 2011

Destined to be home to more than sixty carefully chosen fashion, arts and lifestyle brands. BOXPARK is a retail revolution – the world’s first pop-up mall.

Tommy Hilfiger flagship store, Brompton Road, London

December 9th, 2011

This week the ever-expanding American King of Prep took his UK retail commitment to a whole new level. By opening up a new flagship store on Brompton Road in London’s prestigious Knightsbridge area, Tommy Hilfiger bucks the current commercial trends by opening up new stores rather than streamlining existing ones or even closing them down.