Posts Tagged ‘Russell & George’

Aesop store by Russell & George, Bangkok – Thailand

June 14th, 2016

The aesthetic takes cues from elements found in traditional Thai buildings, such as stepped details, ordered geometry and multiple eaves, and translated into a tiered cubic structure that seemingly telescopes out from a blackened steel counter.

Aesop Store by Russell & George, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

November 23rd, 2015



Suria KLCC arguably has long been Kuala Lumpur’s most prestigious shopping mall, and it’s right here where Aesop has expanded its presence with a fourth store in the city.

Medibank Building by HASSELL, Chris Connell Design, Kerry Phelan Design Office and Russell & George, Melbourne – Australia

August 26th, 2015



The dynamic interior of the new Medibank building focuses on offering employees a health-based and activity-based working environment.

Crumpler store by Ryan Russell, Melbourne

April 8th, 2013

The design of the store is based on the abstraction of a pixel. A space that merges lighting and different media to create a fractured urban landscape of light and moving images. Russell and Davy worked closely to design a dynamic space that frames and illuminates the products.

Aesop shop-in-shop by Russell & George, Singapore

January 10th, 2013

The design uses a palette of ivory and soft sea green while a black-tiled countertop reiterates the retail space’s utilitarian aesthetic and recasts the modest tile in a scientific manner. European oak has been used for the shelves and flooring, and offer a warm contrast.

CREATIVE OFFICES! Paper Stone Scissors office by Russell & George, Melbourne

December 12th, 2012

Paper Stone Scissors office by Russell & George, Melbourne

Aesop store by Russell & George, Claremont

May 11th, 2012

Aesop store by Russell & George, Claremont

Review store by Russell & George, Melbourne

August 26th, 2011

Designed as a suite of components that come together to create a whole the entire store effect is created through a series of carefully composed vignettes, layers and hidden details. Elements within the store are modular and repeatable, allowing for speed in construction and limited time spent on site.

Crumpler store by Russell & George, Doncaster – Australia

August 15th, 2011

The Crumpler store is marked by its extraordinary shopfront which immediately identifies the brand and marks the store entry clearly within the visual noise of the ubiquitous shopping mall. Every aspect of the design reinforces the Crumpler brand: the aesthetic is strong, clear and not at alloverworked.