Posts Tagged ‘shipping’

Fresh St. Farms store by King Retail Solutions, Surrey – Canada

July 17th, 2014

The perimeter shops each feel separate, with different casework by section, but use the same language (a common tone). Behind the scenes, though, Fresh St. Farms’ staff is able to flex from one area to the other quickly and easily, as there is open flow through from “shop” to “shop”.

Lab Office by Luis Pons Design Lab, Miami – Florida

February 28th, 2014

Ready-made and bursting with color, inflatable objects inhale air and glowing color to create the luminous room of the Luis Ponsd-lab creative laboratory. Originally conceived as a changeable space to host both office and living areas, it is shaped by a series of mobile containers that function as room dividers and storage spaces.

Wahaca shipping container restaurant by Softroom, London

July 13th, 2012

Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca has just opened its new pop-up location in London’s southbank with a building designed by London-based architects Softroom. Composed of eight shipping containers and adorned with murals by international street artists, the restaurant functions as an experimental kitchen with monthly food specials over the course of 18 months, after which the project will move to another location.

Lacoste L!VE Pop-Up container by aruliden

May 8th, 2012

LACOSTE, L!VE POP-UP. LACOSTE’s dynamic and energetic sub-brand, LACOSTE L!VE evokes a spirit that challenges the traditional retail experience. Partnering with the LACOSTE team and SG Blocks, we conceived a mobile retail solution, built from a repurposed shipping containing, that takes the L!VE experience out of stores and on the road to our favorite summer spots.

POP UP! Naver App Square Pop Up Store by URBANTAINER, Seoul

February 6th, 2012

Urbantainer, a South Korean based architecture and design firm combined a stock metal container with sheets of raw corrugated cardboard resulting in a unique branded kiosk called the Naver App Square. Meant to look like a giant opened up cardboard parcel, the exterior is wrapped with packaging and shipping graphics including a QR code label visitors can scan.