Posts Tagged ‘UK’

Nordea Office by Peldon Rose, London – UK

September 20th, 2016

The overall office design is inspired by Nordea’s Scandinavian roots which is the prominent style in the bright, elegant reception area. The natural timber ceilings and minimalist look are traditional Nordic design.

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.

Warehouse store by Checkland Kindleysides, London – UK

September 18th, 2016

A single run cast concrete staircase descends into the 183 square-metre basement and lands to face the back focal point of the store. This positioning subtly encourages a journey around the space, allowing you to fully explore key collections before arriving at the fitting rooms.

Kinetic installation at Bulgari Hotel by Morag Myerscough & Luke Morgan, London – UK

September 17th, 2016

Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan’s ‘sign machine’ installation will be causing a visible disruption to the Bulgari Hotel, from the 12th to 25th September, running throughout the London Design Festival.

Shingle covered pavilion by Giles Miller, Surrey – UK

September 15th, 2016

Shingles inscribed with personal messages cover this squat hilltop pavilion, created by British designer Giles Miller as a rest stop for ramblers.

Design Diorama by Studio Makkink & Bey at London Design Biennale 2016, London – UK

September 9th, 2016

The installation comprises a space filled with blue foam copies of objects by former studio employees, freelancers and interns as well as products and artifacts from various other designers, artists and architects.

Aston Martin global experience boutique, London – UK

September 9th, 2016

The luxurious interior features the exquisite works of artisanship particularly the mosaic floor, which was handmade using European oak.

Wish Machine installation by Autoban at London Design Biennale 2016, London – UK

September 9th, 2016

The capsules are first sucked around a section of pipework laid out in a hexagonal outline and surrounded by mirrors, and then out of the room to an unknown destination.

Mendeley office by align, London – UK

September 9th, 2016

The most unique aspect of the zones comes in the use of wallcoverings with both sliding screens and write-on walls that enable Mendeley’s staff to work on coding and scheduling, whilst constantly benefitting from interaction with and input from other staff.

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.

Christian Louboutin Beaute at Selfridges by Sheridan&Co, London – UK

September 6th, 2016

The metalwork was fashioned from solid brass featuring arches with a fabricated canopy. A hidden wire loom was installed for lighting, which spots and balances ‘true light’ around the make-up mirrors.

Co-working space & bakery cafe by Gort Scott, London – UK

September 1st, 2016

London studio Gort Scott has converted a rundown office block in London’s Walthamstow into a hub for local creatives, featuring co-working spaces, maker studios and a bakery cafe.

The Body Shop Global Headquarters by Maris Interiors, Croydon – UK

September 1st, 2016

The global design concept was captured through the clever use of natural materials manifested by multiple wood veneers representing different continents.

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.

Lacoste boutique by DesignLSM, Manchester – UK

August 13th, 2016

To enhance the space, we stripped back the stores original shell, replacing the curved walls with flat units and introduced an array of new features and finishes that included bespoke concrete wall fixtures and light timber flooring.

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.

Fossil Jewellery store by Global Display, London – UK

August 11th, 2016

Using brass detailing and retro inspired forms alongside curved detailing softens the appearance, whilst the clean white lines and incorporation of digital POS displays ensures the concept can house multiple brands and provide flexibility of both layout and display.

Wildwood restaurant by Brown Studio, Crawley – UK

August 10th, 2016

The front part of the restaurant in the listed fabric contains the Deli area & party room whilst the main body of the restaurant is located in the rear area and of less historic significance.

Our Spectral Vision installation at Natural istory museum by Liz West, London – UK

August 9th, 2016

By replicating the diversion of white light through large-scale prisms, West allows pure saturated colour to drench the room. Humans see seven parts of the colour spectrum, some animals see more, some see less.

Superdry’s ‘Store of the Future’ concept by Unibox, Manchester – UK

August 3rd, 2016

The redesigned space also boasts a Superdry Sport pop-up container. In addition, a huge ceiling hung lightbox was wrapped around a concrete finish pillar, combining the latest fabric print technology and UV treatments for fluorescent-style text and vivid graphics.