Posts Tagged ‘UK’

EDITORIAL OFFICES! Net-A-Porter HQ by Studiofibre, London – UK

January 24th, 2015

This design took a very contemporary, almost industrial shell (originally intended for a leisure centre) and transformed it into a 40,000 sq ft. working ‘wonderland’.

Dover Street Market store, London – UK

January 21st, 2015

Dover Street Market store, London – UK

Bathroom Brands/Crosswater Headquarters by Threefold Architects, London – UK

January 18th, 2015

Bathroom Brands/Crosswater Headquarters by Threefold Architects, London – UK

Ethos Foods vegetarian restaurant by I-AM, London – UK

January 16th, 2015

Ethos Foods is a sophisticated, self-service vegetarian restaurant, conveniently located near Oxford Circus in Central London and specializing in deliciously healthy cuisine.

The Fractured and the Feline by Robert Storey, London – UK

January 9th, 2015

Going from one chamber to another, one gets deeper into the artist’s fragmented imagery comprised of models’ faces, glossy magazines and bold strokes of paint. Passing vertical mirror prisms, the visitor stumbles upon video chambers, finally escaping via a narrow mirrored aisle, which leads to the final space. In total, five different settings which completely in tune with the artworks.

Cullenders Delicatessen & Kitchen by The Vawdrey House, Reigate – UK

December 23rd, 2014

Clearly defined by dramatic pendant luminaires, the main counter is designed to work as a shop counter and lean bar at busy times, while converting to a drinks bar in the evening. Behind the counter shelving provides display space, while the materials palette of oiled timber and metro tiles is reminiscent of continental cafes or tapas bars.

Concreate floors in Poggenpohl Studio, London – UK

December 13th, 2014

The restrictions of setting up a showroom in an unusual location have been overcome with a fully glazed entrance to maximise natural light and exposed services to give an industrial edge.

Hunter flagship store by Checkland Kindleysides, London – UK

December 13th, 2014

The innovative design takes iconic references from the British countryside and re-appropriates them for the urban setting. The store creates a new take on rural architecture and the outdoors, redefined in the spirit of Hunter.

Larsson & Jennings watch store by Campaign Design, London – UK

December 12th, 2014

53 Monmouth Street finds a new owner, Anglo-Swedish watch company, Larsson & Jennings, taking over the Covent Garden address with a clean, minimal shop fit from Campaign Design.

Harrods White Christmas windows 2014, London – UK

December 12th, 2014

“The Land of Make Believe” is this year’s theme for Harrods. Inspired on the “Scandinavian landscape of silver birch trees, ice-blue skies and snow drifts” according to the store, you and see amazing pieces of a White Christmas decoration in each window.

Southbank Centre Shop Christmas window by IdeasTap & Charlotte Froud, London – UK

December 8th, 2014

Following last years hugely successful competition with IdeasTap, won by Ffion Harman, Southbank Centre Shops once more offered their Festival Terrace Shop Christmas Window up as a prize to be won by a budding designer.

ShoreTel headquarters by Office Principles, Bracknell – UK

December 7th, 2014

As you walk into the space you start in a corridor of floor to ceiling wooden planks with a large ShoreTel logo. Once inside the carpet disappears, and the metal flooring creates a high-end technical feel. Accents of orange are used through the space to keep the office ‘on-brand’.

Joseph Fashion Christmas window 2014, London – UK

December 7th, 2014

The triangular shape will be realised in a mix of mediums to create depth of layers, such as a glitter vinyl applied directly to the glass & then both illuminated shapes and free-standing 3d white card pyramids which are anchored to 2 hand carved cave like foam structures which look like they were made of ice and snow, this is then enhanced with a strong element of texture and light.

Private White V.C. flagship store, London – UK

December 5th, 2014

The new Duke Street door is lined with white-painted shelves and brick walls, which allow the plush grey suede furniture to work as visual accents in the open space. The clean, plain flooring contrasts nicely with the ruggedness of the exposed ceiling, whose copper lighting fixtures match the display tables and stair rails.

Snow + Rock stores by Caulder Moore, Leeds & Bristol – UK

December 3rd, 2014

A series of interactive zones and brand walls were created to give the environment pace. Custom made furniture and fixtures allow more flexibility for ‘staff picks’ areas and specialist racks for items like ski boots, running shoes and bikes.

Aker Solutions Headquarters by Peldon Rose, London – UK

November 28th, 2014

Peldon Rose replaced the traditional call-centre style office set-up with angular clusters of adjustable sit-stand desks with the intention of creating a space that allowed their staff to work collaboratively and creatively in a contemporary space.

Notcutts vans at Wheatcroft by Dalziel and Pow, Nottingham – UK

November 27th, 2014

A trio of reconditioned Citroën H vans takes centre stage in the new street food-inspired hospitality offer designed by Dalziel and Pow. Each van has been individually named, branded and themed around a different type of cuisine, with one specifically catering to children.

Pringle of Scotland flagship store by atelier oï, London – UK

November 27th, 2014

The historic building perfectly complements Pringle’s rich heritage, whilst the interior of the store has been fitted to reflect the innovative and contemporary spirit of the brand.

FENDI flagship store by Curiosity, London – UK

November 26th, 2014

FENDI flagship store opened in Bond Street, London, with impressive huge chandelier and historical 19 century building.

E.Tautz store by Sanderson Studios, London – UK

November 21st, 2014

Sanderson Studios worked closely with E.Tautz owner and creative director, Patrick Grant, to deliver a made to measure experience that echoes the evolution and expansion of this iconic brand. A minimal gallery space exhibits the mainline collection and compliments the refined made-to-measure environment downstairs.