Posts Tagged ‘range’

Anglepoise Clerkenwell Showroom with Unibox Displays, London – UK

June 14th, 2017

To ensure each of the graphic panels, which were fixed to a single system channel, aligned correctly, the Unibox design team devised a clever solution that treated the panels like a jigsaw, designing notches that were cut from each panel to join the neighbouring panel.

Stellar by Bruce Mau Design

May 26th, 2017

Taking visual inspiration from the cosmos, the brand identity and name allude to starry constellations. The word mark includes a dot that echoes both the North Star and a beauty mark. The colors used reflect the inclusive nature of the brand.

Adagio Hotel by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Moscow – Russia

May 22nd, 2017

Inspired by the corporate design color, the shades of red range from delicate pink to claret. In combination with glossy materials, the rooms are presented in an elegant yet modern design.

Rei Kawakubo / Comme des Garçons – Art of the in-between exhibition, New York City

May 8th, 2017

On display are approximately 150 designs of Kawakubo’s womenswear line for Comme des Garçons, dating from the early 1980s to her most recent collection. As the title already hints, the exhibition focuses on the designer’s highly revolutionary experiments in in-betweenness – the space between boundaries in fashion that she so tirelessly challenges.

Hans Boodt Mannequins Expect the Unexpected stand at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

March 27th, 2017

Hans Boodt mannequins focuses on current trends. Not only in fashion and architecture, but also interior design, movies and the media. They invite you into a world where soft and rich materials such as velvet and brass give a surprising twist to the contrasting hard and cold textures like glass and marble.

Vanessa Seward boutique by Laurent Deroo, London – UK

February 27th, 2017

Prussian blue, pretty much the brand’s signature colour, adorns the façade, but also extends well into the shop, anchoring a palette of lacquered timber, mirrors, marbled flooring and displays, and warm brass accents.

Superdrug: the Spåa Retreat gift box by Seymourpowell

November 14th, 2016

Seymourpowell took their inspiration from the elemental qualities of Scandanavian landscapes and from modern Scandanavian design to instil the range with a sense of absolute quality and premiumness. This can be seen in the minimal colour palette of white and taupe, the clean and elegant lines of the design, an evocative pebble graphic and subtle metallic copper foiling, all of which reference the traditional crafts and natural horizons of Scandinavia.

Jigsaw St James’s Market store by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

November 2nd, 2016

Fitting the store’s affluent positioning, there will be a high level of service. This includes a large glass wrapped cash desk that accentuates the terrazzo within, complemented by a grand iridescent backdrop that connects the two floors.

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka restaurant by ZYCC, Okinawa – Japan

October 28th, 2016

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka restaurant by ZYCC, Okinawa – Japan

Turdetano branding by TSMGO (The show must go on)

October 10th, 2016

We create a system which graphically represents the characteristics of each wine. Inspired by the geometric motifs of Turdetan art, we make use of opposing concepts to create balance. The aging of wines (its absence, in young or semi-crianza wines aging in barrels) is depicted in the background colour on the bottles.

Normann Copenhagen flagship showroom, Copenhagen – Denmark

October 3rd, 2016

The elongated space leads to the stage where daily fiction, a collection of stationery that was launched earlier this year, is paired with the new materials library in a candy store-like setting that’s adorned by no less than 160 amp lamps.

David Jones store by Dalziel & Pow, Wellington – New Zealand

September 22nd, 2016

Upgrades include the addition of escalators, air conditioning and premium fixtures and finishes throughout. Also central to this design is enhancement of the customer experience with inspiring spaces and dynamic visual merchandising.

Ilse Jacobsen Hornbæk collection by Emma Jorn

September 14th, 2016

Many of the items are designed for cyclists, with skirts featuring longer fronts to keep legs dry and shorter hems at the back to allow for freedom of movement.

Chocólatras Kiosk by Studio Cinque, Porto Alegre – Brazil

August 11th, 2016

The project is monochromatic in tones of chocolate and black, with some of the brand’s more vibrant colors incorporated into the visual communication. To speak to chocolate lovers in a more direct fashion, the kiosk was decorated with images of their range of products along with sentences that invite the client to indulge.

Made for Life branding by Kingdom & Sparrow

August 1st, 2016

These illustrations and colour palette were used as a bright, bold addition to the otherwise clean, simple, high end look we developed with them.

Levi’s pop up Tailor Shop Workshop at Selfridges by Lucky Fox, London – UK

July 29th, 2016

Featuring chunky plywood work benches, shelves and cork board display cases, the space had a workshop feel, where customers could consult with the in house tailors and customise their Levi’s jeans and jackets with patches, rips and trims.

Céline store, Milan -Italy

July 22nd, 2016

Inside, the understatement continues, captured by clean lines and the use of natural materials. Walls and ceiling a dipped in a pristine white hue, paired with terrazzo flooring.

Tubul Ceramics showroom by Studio Samuelov, Modi’in – Israel

July 21st, 2016

The overall quiet coloration of gray, white and a touch of paint and wood are a flattering environment to all types of products. Extra-large format floor tiles of 100X300 cm help calm down the distracting “visual noise” that is so characteristic to these types of halls – and so does the monochromatic display devices.

Sonos flagship store by Partners & Spade, New York City

July 17th, 2016

Each of the rooms has been acoustically designed to replicate a great home listening environment and allow the nifty Sonos electronics to sell themselves.