Posts Tagged ‘Showroom’

Great Little Trading Co. flagship showroom by Resolution Interiors, London – UK

July 8th, 2016

The design resolution was a home-from-home environment, creating inspirational playrooms, bedrooms, shared spaces and study areas.

Skechers showrooms by Zemberek Design, Istanbul – Turkey

June 20th, 2016

In each functional zone (reception, offices and discrete showrooms), however, metals and plaster have diverse finishes, fabrics are used in different ways, and the resulting structures vary as well.

Ford Vignale Pavilion by Ruiz Velázquez, Madrid – Spain

June 14th, 2016

The white and naturally illuminated space is complemented by wood stripes that flow from the walls into the ceiling, giving the space movement.

La Marzocco showroom by States of Matter & SKB Architects, Seattle – Washington

May 27th, 2016

We intentionally set up this section to encourage hands-on interaction with the new espresso machines, and to help people understand the ideal set up for a home espresso station.

Poly ShowRoom by waa (we architech anonymous), Shanghai – China

May 17th, 2016

Subtle color was applied to the scrim fabric, yellow to black then grey finally the white, transitioning colors promotes changes in perception enhancing a sense of excitement, which interact with visitor’s mood.

Alborz Ceramic showroom by Arash Madani, Tehran – Iran

May 15th, 2016

The best and cost-effective material for our design was Miniature tiles ‘The Premier Product Of Alborz Ceramics’ that used for concept and parametric style.

Premium label Hans Boodt Mannequins

May 14th, 2016

Bound to take the world of haute couture by storm, the Premium label brings mannequins which easily represent high-end fashion with the flair and grace it deserves. Perfectly crafted by our artisans, but still with the signature touch of raw Dutch DNA.

someday showroom by Konrad Knoblauch, Sindelfingen – Germany

May 13th, 2016

Using only three materials – solid oak, velvety painted surfaces in cream colours and powder-coated metal – a harmonious and flattering world of colours is created.

Lexus showroom by FITCH & ARNO, Europe

May 5th, 2016

A fresh, contemporary approach to the brand resulted in clean uninterrupted lines in all areas with clearly defined spaces, created through the use of different material textures, ambient lighting and appropriate contemporary furniture.

Spazio Di. showroom by Silvio Girolamo, Bitonto – Italy

May 2nd, 2016

The approach to the project was intentionally dosed by the use of a simplified color palette preferring the warm tones of light walnut and terracotta opposed to intense black lines and stripes that always gives a modern touch to the space.

Les Cinq Paris showroom-atelier by DI.D Studio, Paris – France

April 30th, 2016

The walls are marked by a strong graphic presence: wide perforated metal sheets are ready for countless display combinations, made possible thanks to ever changing small shelves and hooks.

Total Office Showroom, Trinidad & Tobago

April 9th, 2016

In addition, Total Office had specific needs that they wanted baked into the design. Namely, supporting different generations at work, attracting and retaining staff, wellness and trust. The space they found met all the criteria.

Helmut Lang store by Standard Architecture, Los Angeles – California

April 7th, 2016

The loft-like space is composed in smooth troweled plaster walls and concrete floors, with accents of stainless steel and black, charcoaled wood.

Plato showroom by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

April 5th, 2016

Conceived as a theater for furniture organized around a 5.9 meter stage, the 450 sq. meter showroom uses a dramatic range of materials and lighting to create backdrops intended to attract and inspire designers and their clients.

Everlane showroom by Brook&Lyn, San Francisco – California

March 31st, 2016

Wood and leather wrapped case goods, designed with skewed proportions to maximize surface area, function as both display surfaces, storage and seating for trying on shoes.

Fred International Showroom by Simone Haag & Angela Harry, Sydney – Australia

March 30th, 2016

Kitchen Accessories Limited showroom by Storebest, Dublin – Ireland

March 30th, 2016

The main challenge for Storebest was to create a look that communicated contemporary style, while enhancing the goods on offer visually.
A neutral palette was chosen, with specialist shopfitting and LED lighting features included throughout.

Rogerseller Showroom by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

March 22nd, 2016

Outside of the display areas we avoided any use of distinctive or trendy design elements and let the products do the talking.

Tadafusa Factory Showroom by Yusuke Seki, Sanjo – Japan

March 18th, 2016

The thinned-out assortment of knives is at once both more attractive and user friendly, the horizontal orientation more intuitive.

Silluzio furniture showroom by IVISTUDIO, Catania – Italy

March 15th, 2016

The large windows reveal the totality of the showroom with the different settings, the workstations, and the exhibitors of furniture and complements, all unified by a colour scheme and lightings solutions aiming at reproducing a typical domestic environment rather than an unfriendly or stiff showroom display.