Posts Tagged ‘McCartney Design’

Supercheap Auto flagship store by McCartney Design, Penrith – Australia

July 22nd, 2017

This is New Retail- it’s all about the customer. Over the front door there’s a rock concert sized LED screen. Out the front of the store are fitment bays where you can have your new purchases fitted and have a battery of tests and checks done.

ATTIK Clothing store by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

January 13th, 2017

ATTIK is a small independently owned chain and the designer’s task was to create a point of difference to all of the national and international tenants and to get noticed by mall shoppers.

Rogerseller Showroom by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

March 22nd, 2016

Outside of the display areas we avoided any use of distinctive or trendy design elements and let the products do the talking.

Tangram Consulting branding by McCartney Design

February 10th, 2016

By utilising the individual pieces of the 19th century Chinese Tangram puzzle we created a flexible visual language to explain how the process works.

UBET Store by Hulsbosch & McCartney Design, Brisbane – Australia

August 1st, 2015



The Prototype UBET store, jointly designed by Hulsbosch and McCartney Design, is the first of a rollout of stores that bring the new retail wagering brand to life in the retail arena.

Great Dane Rebrand by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

September 15th, 2014

Great Dane and McCartney Design have worked in partnership over the past seven years in evolving the Great Dane brand. Although the brand started out as a source for Danish mid century modern furniture, it now embraces the wider idea of Scandinavian luxury.

Mad Mex grill restaurant by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

July 9th, 2014

The core value of Mad Mex is the pursuit of the most authentic Mexican food experience. The design is inspired by Mexican street cafés and taquerias. We emphasised real and unsophisticated materials and traditional street signage. 

Freedom store by McCartney Design, Sydney

October 11th, 2013

We developed a suite of movable frames, which create mini rooms like theatre sets. The merchandising team is free to create stories quickly and economically to respond to new collections and offers.

Great Dane store by McCartney Design, Melbourne

April 3rd, 2012

Our idea was to create something unexpected, an environment that still defined Scandinavia but in different ways. The colour for the ceiling and walls is taken from the particular shade of grey that Scandinavian skies turn during the Midnight Sun. The white wall serves to highlight chairs and accessory items, to put the whole collection into one place and give it some presence.