Posts Tagged ‘mayfair’

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.”

MAYFAIR light collection by Vibia

May 5th, 2016

The LED source is contained within an inverted conical insert within the outer diffuser. The diffuser shades for the collection are available in a wide range of matt and gloss finishes.

J&M Davidson boutique by Universal Design Studio, London – UK

February 5th, 2016

Brushed brass fixtures feature across the store, including clothes rails and wall-mounted lighting. A doorway framed with the same gold-coloured metal conceals a fitting room lined with pink-coloured panels.

Mayfair House by Squire and Partners, London – UK

August 26th, 2014



Squire and Partners approached their commission to design a private house as a crafted building, sensitive to its Mayfair Conservation Area context but with a unique contemporary presence.

Arnotts Shoe Garden by Shed, Dublin

September 25th, 2012

Shed developed a response to the brief with a concept based on garden landscape ideology. With the seasonal nature of the product, the scheme needed to demonstrate flexibility whilst providing a picturesque backdrop to the ever-changing product lines.

Adidas Y-3 store, London

October 5th, 2011

The new Y-3 standalone store in Conduit Street, Mayfair offers the innovative collaboration between Adidas and Yohji Yamamoto in a very clean cut setting. The very modern aesthetic featuring industrial materials is definitely reflective of the brand with a no-fuss and practical retail approach.

Spencer Hart flagship store by Shed and Nick Hart, London

October 5th, 2011

A former bank in London’s Mayfair district has been revamped into a luxe menswear shop. The Spencer Hart flagship store has incorporated many of the space’s original features into its new design. Highly fenestrated windows, a stunning entrance portico and high bank ceiling have remained intact. The new focal point, however, is a circular hanging unit used to display ties and swatches.