Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have designed Planophore as a dual-purpose room divider and book shelf.
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The conceptual proposal is to approach the product to the maximum expression of freshness. These eggs was literally taken fresh from the nest! Being an organic product, they also must transmit a premium royalty which is represented by his eco-packaging. The cockade shape works perfectly when it’s exhibit at the market shelves.
In order to achieve a maximum of flexibility, we created swing like shelves made of glass and stainless steel chains that are suspended from rails in the ceiling. The height of the shelves can be adjusted in intervals of 20 centimeters, so that the shelves can be adapted based on changing product display requirements.
Travel cases rest on clean white platforms reminiscent of a runway, inviting customers to walk up, take hold and roll them along as they test for the right heft and size. Highlighting the center of the space is the first-ever monogramming station for on-the-spot product rationalization, unique to this location.
Outside of trusty blues, you’ll find plenty of wearables bedecked with American flags and camouflage. Pre-tattered details—from festival-style slashed tees to ripped and patched jeans—are another common denominator. Decor echoes the days of yore with requisite vintage trunks, battered wooden tables, and layered rugs.
The store has a dynamic product range that will change according to the season. The stainless steel metroshelf systems, one of the symbols of Dean & Deluca, have been used. A visual richness is created on these shelves, stocking up various products and food ascendantly one after the other, which come from every part of the world.
Heritage brand Woolrich have opened their first U.S. shop-in-shop at Brooklyn’s Smith + Butler, a store with a very compatible range of goods. The new retail unit measures 250 sq.ft. [23 sqm.] and carries the Woolrich collection exclusively in a curated environment, featuring a range of vintage home furnishings and antiques that have been specially built and sourced.
Eye-catcher and space-defining element of the tourist information is a huge wall-like wood pile, which is characteristic for the landscape of the Black Forest. The logs are not simply piled. Each log is cut into shape and perfectly stacked on each other, so that the 15.5 meter long and 2.4 meter high wood pile forms the topography of the surrounding valley of Baiersbronn.