The back splash to the ornate sink was gilded in gold leaf to add to the luxury feel. Sumptuous curtains cover the windows and a vinyl of the company logo adorns one wall, which faces a wall of brass picture frames filled with black and white imagery of Hungarian architecture.
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Inspired by the site’s history, Snøhetta, the firm behind the recent SFMOMA extension, used a collection of materials, colours and forms to create what they call an “upside-down forest”. A dark sisal carpet references the orchard floor, while thin timber battens hanging from the ceiling suggest a series of tree trunks.
Pewter replaced the current gold on pack and a subtle range of colours was introduced to aid navigation between skintypes and product category. The No7 logo was scaled up and cropped on cartons, reflecting the new bolder and more confident voice of the brand. A new typeface was chosen for pack copy, and the logo and copy then left aligned to feel more modern.
At Aesop Shin-Marunouchi, the OSB has been stained with a brown colour to distinguish the store with its neighbours within the bright surrounding environment. The central band of display seen stretched across the back wall binds the store space to a single point of focus, naturally drawing customers towards the products.
Malin+Goetz is a New York-based skincare and perfume line that creates modern, unisex products for hair, body and skin. Their existing retail stores in New York reflect a modernization of traditional neighborhood apothecary concepts that create a distinctive, elegant and unique experience for the customers.
Belmondo is Italian for “beautiful world.” Created by Daniela Belmondo, a local esthetician who believes that beautiful skin comes from products derived from the earth’s pure and restorative ingredients. Belmondo organic skin care is designed around the daily rituals of caring for yourself. Belmondo Skincare branding, packaging, typography by David Arias