Posts Tagged ‘Singapore’

Cedele Bakery Depot by Kyoob-ID, Singapore

July 14th, 2012

Kyoob-ID, Singapore’s boutique architectural interior design consultancy creates new, lifestyle interior concept for Cedele by The Bakery Depot Set at 1,500 sq feet.

Artease Cafe identity by Splash Productions

July 4th, 2012

With a cheeky tagline like that, who can resist being part of the fun? Three punched-out holes in the logo recall the tapioca ‘pearls’ that give bubble tea its name. The irreverence shows up too in the made-in-Singapore mascot and illustrations. We have helped create a truly local rendition of the Taiwanese-originated beverage – that’s the Artease difference in a crowded market.

G-Star construction windows, Singapore

July 3rd, 2012

G-Star window display is equipped with construction tools that in this case works for denim pants. The tools are so simple with three wooden constructions hold the pants, and shirts.

Ermenegildo Zegna & Bulgari windows, Singapore

June 28th, 2012

Ermenegildo Zegna & Bulgari windows, Singapore

Church’s windows, Singapore

June 16th, 2012

London might be identical with the world’s men best suit from Saville Row. However, this city also has a very high quality shoes brand that is Churhc’s. This brand already opened one boutique at ION Orchard, Singapore, to broaden its customer.

Asylum shop by Asylum, Singapore

June 15th, 2012

As one of the first multi-label stores in Singapore, Asylum Shop was fondly looked upon as a place to inspire through its variety of products. With that, it is now a whole new shopping experience as the Asylum is now categorized into two themes, with the ground level housing more casual lifestyle brands while the basement houses darker, dressier labels.

The exchange restaurant by designphase dba, Singapore

June 4th, 2012

designphase dba were engaged to create a fully integrated design solution, providing not only the interior design, but visual identity, logo and branding as well.This 5000 square foot Grand Bar & Brasserie, located at the award winning Asia Square development, has got a distinctly metropolitan feel.

Prada automotive windows Spring/Summer 2012, Singapore

May 30th, 2012

Prada Spring/Summer 2012 concept is very close to the world of automotive. There are images or vintage 50’s car in the skirts or even fires on the back of the heels or sandals.

Bulgari Bridal windows, Singapore

May 28th, 2012

The same romantic looking window display concept can be found at a corner of Bulgari window display. This special section is used to display the Bridal Collection of Bulgari. There are white flower petals falling from above to the ground that look like butterflies.

Rewind bar & lounge by Takenouchi Webb, Singapore

May 25th, 2012

The 105m2 space was formally a bar and café with half of the space taken up by an enclosed kitchen area. The brief was to convert the space into a lounge/ cocktail bar that could be connected to the adjacent club next door.

Escentials concept store by Asylum, Singapore

May 24th, 2012

Breaking away from conventional cosmeceutical store, Escentials’ 2nd concept store at Marina Bay Sands takes its inspiration from a woman’s New York apartment.

Ralph Lauren windows Spring Summer 2012, Singapore

May 21st, 2012

Garden is the main location of the Ralph Lauren window display. However, do not talk about usual garden with beautiful and sweet looking flowers. The garden according this legendary fashion designer is a luxurious garden filled with artistic decorations from the golden era of old money.

Brownice identity, website & shop graphics by Splash, Singapore

April 10th, 2012

Can ice cream ever be good for you? Yes, if it is Brownice ice cream, made from real, vegan ingredients. We’ve gone wholesome for its identity and collaterals too – with cursive type, pastel blue and awning illustrations that recall ice-cream stands of the good old days. In a word – sweet.

Editor’s Market store, Singapore

March 25th, 2012

The Editor’s Market is a fashion-forward multi-label concept store with an extensive and unrivalled edit of street, indie and alternative fashion.

WINE STORES! Artisan Cellars by Asylum, Singapore

March 5th, 2012

A cellar that’s as much a conversation piece as the wine it stores – 400 bottles of luxury cuvee wines are contained in a 3m x 6m cement block, extruded from the shop into the public space. The focus: the dramatic angular tunnel and its top-rate gems.

WINE! Artisan Cellars by Asylum, Singapore

March 4th, 2012

A cellar that’s as much a conversation piece as the wine it stores – 400 bottles of luxury cuvee wines are contained in a 3m x 6m cement block, extruded from the shop into the public space. The focus: the dramatic angular tunnel and its top-rate gems.

Five & Dime brand design by Bravo Company

January 23rd, 2012

Branding design for a restaurant/café in Singapore. A coin is used as a visual representation of the name. Five & Dime refers to a variety store where everything is sold for 5 or 10 cents. As such, we produced a series of cheap goods to be sold in the restaurant.

Burger King Garden Grill by Out of Stock, Singapore

January 13th, 2012

Burger King Asia-Pacific recently commissioned Outofstock to design a pilot restaurant in Singapore. The goal of the project was to create a new interior identity for Burger King. Some key points mentioned by BK was that they wanted a warm and welcoming store that would appeal to a wide audience – teens, young adults as well as families with children – the design should stand out but at the same time be accessible for the man on the street..

Bottega Veneta store, Marina Bay Sands – Singapore

December 22nd, 2011

Following the Bottega Veneta’s aesthetic of understated luxury and intimate, casual glamour, with a commitment to artistry and high quality design, the Bottega Veneta boutique featured the signature store concept designed by Creative Director Tomas Maier

The Fat Cow Restaurant by Brewin Concepts, Singapore

December 18th, 2011

A restaurant and bar in Singapore is framed by a grid-like ceiling installation made of wooden cubes. ‘The grid creates lowered ceiling spaces that further enhance different areas in the restaurant, while serving as storage and display shelves,’ says designer Bobby Cheng of Brewin Concepts.