Posts Tagged ‘look and feel’

Active In Style flagship store by Unibox, London – UK

January 9th, 2017

The Ledge 65 Magnetik lightbox is an easy, cost-effective graphic display tool that is quick to refresh with new graphics and easy to re-configure the magnetic shelves and hooks. Custom perimeter units designed to fit into recessed alcoves in the surrounding walls were made using the 25|25 modular system for a sleek, modern and monochromatic look and feel.

Chaya Venice restaurant, Venice – California

October 27th, 2016

Kaisen has been a bigger initiative within the company (at the downtown location first) to highlight the varieties of fresh fish they get flown in from Japan almost daily.

Hammonds Showroom by Design4Retail, Hinckley – UK

September 7th, 2016

The messaging, which is designed to inspire and inform customers, is set against natural wood, subtle textures and uses colour and pattern from the brand palette to tie the spaces together, creating a cohesive look and feel across the showroom.

Carducci store by Aidan Bennetts Designs, Cape Town – South Africa

July 26th, 2016

This store not only welcomes you, it sparks interest and curiosity as you walk past, from the unique white French Paneling details, which can be seen throughout the store, to the dramatically sophisticated dark charcoal back walls with mirror inserts that draw your eyes and attention into the store.

Checkers Hyper supermarket by TDC&Co., Midrand – South Africa

July 3rd, 2016

Much of the design input was directed in creating the ‘urban market’, making it the heart of the store and main service node. This was anchored by a “wine cellar” to direct the shopper through the store into this market space.

One Queen Caroline Street Offices by Penson, London – UK

May 10th, 2016

With the latest items of HOTCAKEs project tables, drive pods and other freestanding furniture items brimming with functionality, the workspace truly works around people rather than people having to work around it.

Jay Jays store by Studio Ginger, Melbourne – Australia

April 25th, 2016

The aim was to strip back to the base building and use raw materials, pine, mesh and preformed concrete to create the desired interior. The objective was for the store to maintain an ordered display for it’s large number of product categories and skus, while staying

Unibox new brand identity and website

March 27th, 2016

Our new company logo represents one of our core values; Simplicity. We have aimed for this message to transcend throughout our entire business. In addition to the new logo is the introduction to our new submark which offers an alternative to the full logo, perfect when only subtle branding is called for.

Black Arrow Candles packaging by THINK Packaging

February 17th, 2016

Accordingly, the ‘arrowhead’ (the candle) was set into a package that looks like a beautiful, modern, lime washed piece of wood. It is designed to be very deceptive – to draw customers in, to pick it up and discover the beautiful candle within.

Dune aluminum flatware set by Andrea Ponti

February 10th, 2016

The name Dune echoes the shape of the flatware: in each piece the straight handle leads to a curvy transition that resembles a sand dune.

The Centre for Digital Innovation Offices by Chameleon Business Interiors, Hull – UK

February 1st, 2016

The look and feel was inspired by a New York Urban Loft, giving a contemporary but comfortable feel. It allows members to easily move space throughout the day, from attending a meeting, listening to a speaker at a lunchtime event, or settling back to collaborate on a project with friends and colleagues.

Pizza Workshop Restaurant Interior & Branding by Moon Design + Build, Bristol – UK

January 16th, 2016



A full turnkey restaurant solution, with the brand and the design and build developed and delivered entirely by moon.

NOA Club by Gosho Studio & 49studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

December 10th, 2015

They used straightforward clear shapes to reinterpret the art deco style, natural stone for the bar and table surface and reflective and glass surfaces that work well with the whole smart lighting setup.

BrandDeli offices by DZAP, Amsterdam – Netherlands

December 9th, 2015

The more lighter second floor was used for a pretty big kitchen / reception desk / bar which immediately strikes you when you enter the floor.

Simply Tea Packaging by Magnet Harlequin

September 3rd, 2015



Simply Tea is a value range product and a sub brand of a well known UK tea brand.

Gaastra Shop at Bijenkorf by Werkstatt65, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

December 14th, 2014

Real teak, steel and with the look and feel of brass combines with the form languages you find on a sailboat, we constructed a new and flexible shop system. It is unmistakably sailing so it is Gaastra.

Atipico shoe laces branding by Luca Parmeggiani & Claudia Lucchini

November 16th, 2014

Each Shoe Laces has its own package and personality based on Pantone colour (matching the product colour) hold together by a common aesthetic. To express quality we used specifically GF Smith Colorplan which added the tactile look and feel with a smooth but rough fine uncoated finish.

Sopra Mediterranean restaurant by Mapos, New York City

October 13th, 2014

Dario Gimenez (of Bushwick) fabricated the custom furniture from reclaimed wood provided by M. Fine Lumber Company (of Brooklyn), lighting was sourced from Rich Brilliant and Willing in Gowanus, and custom steel work for the lighting and façade was done in Lower Manhattan.

Pearson Education office by NELSON, Boston – Massachusetts

April 19th, 2014

NELSON developed multiple scenarios to accomodate Pearson’s evolving real estate strategies, which coincide with lease terminations and consolidations within their multi-building Boston campus. The ultimate goal was to reduce square footage per person to a range of 150 to 175 SF, which was accomplished.

Myntra office by Designtude, Bangalore – India

March 20th, 2014

Myntra’s office has a contemporary look and feel with the company’s brand identity subtly yet firmly emphasized in the overall design. The place is different from a regular cubicle office. The meeting rooms have interesting graphics of well-known designers in the fashion world. Break out areas are distinctive and different.