Posts Tagged ‘prints’

Printa screen printing workshop by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop, Budapest – Hungary

April 19th, 2016

The galvanized steel frames, the wall storage and the tables are all serving this purpose. The fixed elements such as the bar and the dressing area are appearing like strong, sculptural forms.

Ferdings Bar and Restaurant by Format Works and Graphism, Munich – Germany

October 11th, 2015

We built an old industrial laboratory in an ordinary house in one of Munichs lifestyle and nightlife neighborhoods. Inside this old industrial style designed room grabs a futuristic bar the attention.

Fred Perry – Shirt Windows by studioXAG, UK

June 25th, 2015



Here’s a couple of shots of The Fred Perry Shirt windows in stores across the UK.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2014 Summer – gsus sindustries

September 28th, 2014

gsus sindustries started out in 1993 as an impulsive outsider, a rebel who cared little for status symbols and ‘how things are done’. In 21 years of history the rebel grew up. gsus philosophy is born from its intuitive, free spirited roots.

De Bijenkorf windows by Studio XAG, Netherlands

February 11th, 2014

Mirror is replaced with graphic prints, elongated triangular prisms become the structure for tipis and wooden elements add layers, transforming these windows into a journey through nomadic lands where product poses as living essentials.

Bogner 3D miniature models installation by Kemmler Kemmler & Dirk Bonn, Munich

February 6th, 2014

Rather than presenting the 14 sweatshirt prints in a conventional way with mannequins it has produced 3D miniature models. Each model is presented in a custom made cabinet and small electronic motors rotate the pieces to allow customers to look at them from each side.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – LITTLE PIECES

August 21st, 2013

Little Pieces started with big Pieces. Pieces is one of Bestseller’s 10 fashion brands, and has for many years delivered contemporary accessories for grownups.

Versace diamond cage windows, Kuala Lumpur

December 31st, 2012

Versace diamond cage windows, Kuala Lumpur

Lairesse pharmacy by Concrete Architectural Associates, Amsterdam

November 23rd, 2012

At the pharmacy, customers are encircled by drawers filled with both synthetic and natural medications. This generates confidence and a sense of mental and physical well-being. The interior of the pharmacy uses a clear mix of materials, because Concrete took the client’s vision literally.

Hayashi design by Hort

June 20th, 2011

Hayashi, a luxury fashion business based in Frankfurt am Main, distributes high fashion and avantgarde clothing from Scandinavia. In addition to a geometrically-reduced wordmark, we developed a visual system based on striking collages which exemplified Hayashi’s progressive ambition of presenting fashion as art.