Posts Tagged ‘paris’

Amastan boutique hotel by Nocc, Paris – France

July 6th, 2016

The quirky atmosphere is immediately evident upon entering the lobby. An architectural light scheme complements a setting of walls clad in petrol blue herringbone parquet, and a specially commissioned, luxurious tapestry by German designer Jan Kath.

Café Mollien by Mathieu Lehanneur, Paris – France

June 17th, 2016

Comprised of an L-shape dining room and a 230-meter terrace, the remodeling of the café included the installation of a 4.5 meter-high brushed-brass, acrylic lighting structure that takes away the pressure of the void.

Mulberry Windows New Fixture Concept by min design studio, London, Paris, Amsterdam

June 13th, 2016

min design studio took inspiration from the new visual identity of the Mulberry brand, from the new logo, the graphic layouts and block colour palettes from the re-designed Mulberry website which links to the real windows to the digital windows.

KoKo japanese restaurant by Studio JANREJI, Paris – France

June 5th, 2016

KoKo japanese restaurant by Studio JANREJI, Paris – France

Samsung store by Umdasch Shopfitting, Paris – France

June 1st, 2016

Thus the store concept was really exciting; there were some challenges, too: We had to spend time working on the best solution in order to respect both, a perfect circulation in the store and the French regulations.

Envie de Fraise boutique by Generous, Paris – France

May 25th, 2016

Natural and fresh, the general atmosphere of the boutique is thought out as an extension of the creative studio. Generous called on a artist painter to develop light layered water colors on wall moldings.

Hôtel André Latin by Michael Malapert, Paris – France

May 19th, 2016

Pretty much destined to become a popular destination in its own right, it pairs a crisp style with a homey atmosphere, featuring a palette of warm natural materials, fabrics and colours. A bar with stools, seating arrangements with comfy sofas, all designed with a cool mid-century twist, and last but not least, an outdoor terrace, seat a total of 34 guests.

Les Cinq Paris showroom-atelier by DI.D Studio, Paris – France

April 30th, 2016

The walls are marked by a strong graphic presence: wide perforated metal sheets are ready for countless display combinations, made possible thanks to ever changing small shelves and hooks.

Primavista offices by Mobilitis, Paris – France

April 25th, 2016

Life-size pictures of children and weddings have been selected to adorn many supports, reinforce the firm’s image and to be used as signage components.

Laura Ashley – Wild Meadow windows by Hello Flamingo, UK and Paris

April 12th, 2016

The concept was to recreate a beautiful wild meadow of flowers in all stores, the team came up with the idea of reusing existing props, which Hello Flamingo had made for the previous window scheme for Laura Ashley.

La Garçonnière concept store by Studio BEAU FAIRE, Paris – France

April 11th, 2016

The space design consists in a series of corners: The coffee bar and it’s delicacies, the dandy’s dressing, the traveler’s cottage, the barber’s living room, the canopy and the shoes corner. Each one telling their own story, as the different rooms in a living place.

Flexible partition system by Stéphane Malka for Agoratic, Paris – France

April 6th, 2016

This system enables the user to arrange multiple room configurations. The result is an interior that appears as a three-dimensional chessboard, with alternating light and dark boxes.

Sephora Flash by Intangibles, Paris – France

April 4th, 2016

Even in a closer format, Sephora doesn’t forget the reserved places for beauty services. False lashes bar, eyebrows, make-up and flash cares, all is joined together to have a single, one-of-a-kind, experience.

# Cloud.Paris by Philippe Chiambaretta Architecte, Drancy – France

March 21st, 2016

The whole building is now basked in natural light that comes not only from its street-side façades but also from its courtyards—both inside and out.

RIVES store, Paris – France

March 18th, 2016

The palette of the interior design is inspired by contrasts, and this is captured by monolithic furnishings and matching slabs of concrete, marble and mirror.

La Parisienne HQ by Studio Razavi architecture, Paris – France

March 15th, 2016

We opted for materials that are not commonly thought of for work spaces and tried to use them sensibly to establish a core identity, combining wood, carpet & glass partitions. Pine was the wood of choice because of its very imperfections.

Supreme store, Paris – France

March 13th, 2016

A corridor leads to two voluminous spaces, covered by an expansive glass roof which allows in floods of daylight. The interior design is simple and functional, featuring pristine white walls and timber flooring and shelving.

Iris van Herpen’s Autumn Winter 2016 fashion show, Paris – France

March 11th, 2016

These garments – designed to appear as a “glistering bubble-like exoskeleton” – were made from transparent hexagonal laser-cut elements, that are connected with translucent flexible tubes.

LANCEL Iconic collection February 2016 windows by StudioXAG, Paris – France

March 5th, 2016

The revolving L reinterprets the Maison’s Art Deco motif, which was first revealed on the engraved metal lighters on the 1930’s. Extruded, extended and scaled up 1000%, the bold graphic is translated into 3D to form a striking and dynamic backdrop to the product.

Études Studio pop-up store, Paris – France

March 4th, 2016

The pop-up, situated on the men’s floor in the basement, beckons fans from afar with a signature setting which references the brand’s permanent boutique across town. Furnishings are sleek and simple, comprising of transparent acrylic panels in a dark blue shade.