Dupont innovation center was created for the development and presentation of the company’s innovative products. This is the core of the Moscow office combining image-building and workspace functions.
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We*Do gallery carries a cool range of hand-picked items by the savvy duo, presented in a setting or constellation that directly spawns from their vision to inspire and challenge shoppers. As such, a wall section in the store is dedicated to rotating contemporary art showcases while another section features sculpture.
London’s Selfridges department store has teamed with Studio XAG for its latest window display – a tribute to legendary footwear designer Christian Louboutin. Five themed windows at Selfridges’ Oxford St. megashop are filled with two-dimensional graphics, each of which was photographed especially for the project.
Following its neon window display for Diesel in Paris, StudioXAG has created a geometric turquoise installation for Future Map at Selfridges. ‘We imagined a domestic room scene, cut out and transplanted into Selfridges window,’ says Xavier Sheriff of StudioXAG. ‘Using the Future Map logo we defined the shape and an eye-catching bright turquoise to make it pop.’
Kameleon, a jeweller, has chosen COEN! to take care of its design management. All communication of this trendsetting jeweller is designed and guarded by COEN!. Jewels in this shop are presented by personality, not by material or by brand. A new logotype, designed in four personalities, and a new website are the first results of this new identity.
A concept shop for high-volume mens suit retailer Haruyama. Haruyama offers its customers a dizzying number of options for suits, shirts and ties.Variety of choice is one of Haruyama’s strengths, but customers can also be overwhelmed by the number of options, and find it difficult to choose the best matches for their suit.
Shine is one of Hong Kong’s most renowned high end multi-brand fashion stores, known for bringing pioneering foreign brands to the trend conscious locals. For the second shop located in the high traffic youth-oriented shopping district of Causeway Bay, the owner specifically requested for NC Design & Architecture Ltd (NCDA) to produce a design that would reinforce the company’s identity as an avant-garde and experimental fashion store.
Brent Comber is well known for his shattered tables and stools made of solid wood. His work relies heavy on the beauty of nature and natural objects, and is eco-friendly at the same time – using pieces of wood that wolud otherwise be descarded. Now, at showrom of Obakki, a canadian store that showcases local designs, Brent Comber has made the largest ever design piece from shattered wood.