Posts Tagged ‘Showroom’

Lunoo experience showroom, Oostrozebeke – Belgium

October 27th, 2016

The showroom has different real life settings: a fashion store, a bar, an office, a supermarket, a food store and an office. In each setting you can compare different light aspects f.ex. CRI, colour temperatures, mood, accent lighting vs global lighting, …

Antalis showroom & fablab by IN&EDIT architecture, Paris – France

October 23rd, 2016

The atypical space’s first feature was its main linear glass facades that are 33 meters long. We had the strong desire to make it a breathing place with windows everywhere so it would give depth to the store.

Kolon Sport offices by Steven Leach Group, Seoul – South Korea

October 10th, 2016

We created a showroom area where the latest collection is on display. The café with a full-size bookshelf serves as a casual meeting area for staff and visitors. The staff can also use the powder room for brainstorming and focused work.

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.

Alumtriss Premium Showroom by OLA studio, Hertzliya Pituach – Israel

September 24th, 2016

The design of the space creates a game of multiple perspectives in relation to each product, while demonstrating an assortment of decors and their style.

FLOU furniture exhibition at Aram Showroom, London – UK

September 23rd, 2016

The Flou space presents a concept of ‘total living’ and demonstrates the quality, design and elegance of authentic ‘made and manufactured in Italy’ products.

Emaar and Harrods showroom by sfd, London – UK

September 19th, 2016

The modern style showroom is softened by a lounge area with complimentary soft furnishings and library of architecture and interior design books. This adds a sense of comfort hinting that you have been transported to one of their stylish apartments they have to offer.

Hammonds Showroom by Design4Retail, Hinckley – UK

September 7th, 2016

The messaging, which is designed to inspire and inform customers, is set against natural wood, subtle textures and uses colour and pattern from the brand palette to tie the spaces together, creating a cohesive look and feel across the showroom.

Talasur showroom, Murcia – Spain

August 25th, 2016

Talasur showroom, Murcia – Spain

Godrej Interio B2B store by Four Dimensions, Pune – India

August 24th, 2016

To create spatial interest, platforms are used in different finishes across the store. Flooring overlays in parquet and carpets used in sync with the ceilings help create different interesting highlights across the store to draw interest to the offerings.

Philips Luminous Patterns showroom

August 19th, 2016

Luminous patterns gives you the freedom to enrich interiors through the integration of color, texture, light, pattern, and movement. We take the versatile power of LEDs and house it in a beautiful bespoke panel, creating a signature ambience that is ideal for hospitality and retail spaces.

Forbo Flooring showroom by Pope Wainwright & Wykes, London – UK

August 13th, 2016

The Forbo space stands out from the other white, minimalistic showrooms around Clerkenwell in London, with black walls and a strong use of the brand colour blue. An arrangement of staggered lighting is designed to draw the customer through the space, towards the back of the showroom with a sole blue wall boldly framing Forbo’s logo.

Mamas & Papas showroom by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

August 12th, 2016

The store is organised into ‘worlds’ based around key customer shopping missions, beginning with ‘Baby Fashion’ – a welcoming, eclectic fashion boutique featuring a beautiful reclaimed wood floor and found furniture pieces.

Zaozuo showroom by Nichetto Studio, Beijing – China

July 23rd, 2016

The idea is based upon a blank sheet of graph paper or blank notebook to symbolize endless possibility and creativity. With this concept, a series of bespoke modules and a continuous lattice display system has been created.

Kochav Aluminium Design Center by Studio Samuelov, Bnei Brak – Israel

July 21st, 2016

One of the most significant challenges about the project was dealing with a small space and maximizing its utilization for displaying products. All in accordance with the sculptural element in the space center, that is used to display products, as well with the store’s back wall which is glazed with stained glass .

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.

Golden Ratio Showroom, Athens – Greece

July 19th, 2016

Metal and marble, light and shade, new and old, a continuous alternation of materials, textures and sensations are hidden in a metal box, along with the secrets of producing a successful product: secrets in a metal box.

3form showroom by Standard Issue, Chicago – Illinois

July 18th, 2016

The front of the showroom features 20 large colored resin disks suspended from the ceiling and slowly rotating to create a subtle and immersive experience.

Dyson Demo store by Wilkinson Eyre & Dyson, London – UK

July 14th, 2016

The products are displayed across two floors linked by a glowing backlit white glass stair. The upper floor is set back to provide a double-height entrance space, while the mezzanine incorporates a glazed balustrade balanced on a sharp chamfered soffit — allowing visual connections from the first floor across to Oxford street and Selfridges.

Soho China office & showroom by Aim Architecture, Shanghai – China

July 12th, 2016

The lounge features soft furnishings in slate grey, mustard yellow and rust orange, sat upon custom-designed carpets with a geometric print. A strip of blonde wood meeting tables separates the lounge area’s sofas from an exhibition space along the opposite wall.