Posts Tagged ‘Nespresso’

Nespresso Flagship Store by Parisotto + Formenton, Milan – Italy

July 9th, 2015



Parisotto + Formenton realize Nespresso’s first Italian flagship store in Milan

Nespresso offices by MER, Stockholm – Sweden

July 18th, 2013

The exposed concrete walls and the red radiators set the tone for the interiors. The office’s two functions naturally led to two wings around a courtyard. On one side, an open office for the call center, on the other side, offices for the administration and direction. In the middle, both offices meet, in the kitchen, conference room and showroom.

Nespresso shop window, Hamburg

August 9th, 2011

On a length of 30 metres in the Mönckebergstraße in Hamburg, six unusual sculptures visualise product and brand with an elaborate, three-dimensional staging. They underscore the sophisticated aesthetics of the Nespresso machines with a stylishness reduced to its essential elements.

Nespresso flagship boutique by Favero & Milan, Munich

August 1st, 2011

The new Nespresso boutique in Munich occupies 450 square meters of floor space. A Nespresso coffee specialist in this reception area greets guests and guides them in the right direction of the boutique, depending on their needs, preferences and time availability during each visit.

La Rinascente Design Supermarket

July 13th, 2011

The Design Supermarket, a new floor entirely devoted to design in its multiple expressions, debuted recently as part of Milanese shopping icon La Rinascente’s ongoing renovation. Over the past four years, international architects and designers such as Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands, Cibic & Partners, Dordoni Architetti, Vincent Van Duysen and Future Systems, have been transforming the seven-floor department store with the basement-level design shop as the latest facet of its reinvented identity.

Nespresso: Coffee Capsuled “EGER” Karl Johan, Oslo, Norway (A.R.E Awards)

June 28th, 2011

Thinking outside the box, Nespresso’s coffee capsules were combined with the fall fashion trends of 2010 in a display of prˆt-a-porter fashion. Taking the colorful capsules used to hold Nespresso’s product, about 4,000 capsules, and following the styling by well-known fashion designers that appear in the mall merchandise, designers turn their own cotton canvas into a fashionable gown and bowtie.