Posts Tagged ‘UK’

Spitbank Fort hotel, Gosport – UK

August 2nd, 2013

Spitbank Fort hotel, Gosport – UK

Osprey Home store by Jamieson Smith Associates, St Albans – UK

July 31st, 2013

The look is a modern take on the English dresser unit, with all the units painted in antique white with tongue and groove walls and a slate floor. The shop fit provides the perfect neutral backdrop for the beautiful and unique merchandise.

The Talbot Inn, Somerset – UK

July 5th, 2013

When you do get inside, however, a quintessential British pub awaits, and beyond the public recreation rooms lies some terrific accommodation which more than does justice to the architectural framework. Classic furniture blends with more contemporary examples, the baths are grand, the beds four-poster without the unnecessary drapes that would spoil the clean-lined aesthetic. Well worth a visit on every level.

Aveda Lifestyle Salon & Spa by Reis Design, Beaconsfield – UK

June 27th, 2013

Reis design recently completed this Aveda Lifestyle salon & spa for Oxygen hair in Beaconsfield, UK.

Orla Kiely House in John Lewis stores by Start JudgeGill, UK

June 12th, 2013

We worked very closely with Orla to create a memorable pop-up experience that meets her high expectations and grabs shopper’s attention. The result is a distinctive, lifestyle space that allows Orla’s signature designs – bright, bold and instantly recognizable – to make an exciting statement in a busy department store environment.

CitizenM Hotel by Concrete Architectural Associates, Glasgow – UK

June 9th, 2013

The concept of the hotel is to cut out all hidden costs and remove all unnecessary items, in order to provide its guests a luxury feel for a budget price. The hotel exists of 198 rooms of 14 sq. m, all prefabricated produced in a factory and easy to transport.

Ask Italian restaurant at Bluewater by Gundry & Ducker, Greenhithe – UK

June 5th, 2013

Ask Italian restaurant at Bluewater by Gundry & Ducker, Greenhithe – UK

1871 Bar & Restaurant by designLSM, Leeds – UK

May 12th, 2013

The 1871 Bar is industrial chic and references the main hotel colour scheme and Grill Restaurant beyond. designLSM created a raw space that would appeal to a diverse clientele. This was achieved through the use of stripped back concrete columns, surface mounted conduit lighting, brick walls and applying a palette of warm worn browns, tans and reds.

Three Mobile stores by Urban Salon, UK

March 18th, 2013

Inside, the new design aims to create a fresh and welcoming environment where customers are encouraged to browse and buy rather than be sold to. All devices in the store are live as plastic dummy handsets have been removed. This enables customers to try out different handsets for themselves rather than wait for a member of staff to demonstrate the phones for them.

IKEA Paper shop by Kollo, Britain and Sweden

February 18th, 2013

In 2012 we helped IKEA in putting together a commercially strong range of paper products, such as giftbags, wrappingpaper, note books, paper clips, paper boxes etc. We also designed the store experience for the paper department with lots of bright colours and colourful patterns.

Aveda Lifestyle Salon & Spa by Reis Design, Bristol – UK

February 6th, 2013

The designers solution to integrate a mezzanine floor into the design helps to establish a clear delineation between hair & beauty services and creates distinct ‘energy’ & ‘relaxation’ zones.

Oliver Bonas retail store by officeTwelve, Bristol – UK

February 1st, 2013

The design embodies the brand ethos through bespoke merchandising opportunities designed to house the eclectic mix of fashion and lifestyle product offered by Oliver Bonas. Upon entering the store, the customer is led on a journey of discovery through the introduction of ‘rooms’ within the space.

Citrix office by Area Sq, Buckinghamshire – UK

January 19th, 2013

The brief to Area Sq was to create a high quality environment, suitable for staff and customer events, using the latest technology to showcase the current and future range of Citrix products as well as reflecting their strong brand image whilst being sympathetic to the Grade II building that they occupy.

Juicy Couture flagship store by MRA, UK

January 6th, 2013

The interior combines grand details and modern glamour with a playful spirit, fine detailing enhancing the character of the Grade II listed building, with pink glass and brass adding a sense of fun. Highlights include lavish mouldings, a striking marble chequerboard floor and a bespoke chandelier, whilst the iconic Juicy tracksuits are given their own ‘library’.

John Lewis store by Dalziel and Pow, Exeter – UK

December 17th, 2012

The departments are carefully planned to take into account their adjacencies and encourage browsing and cross-selling. Each floor has a square raft of solid ceiling, surrounded by an open ceiling around the perimeter that pushes out into the corners. Walking around that square central zone without the aid of a walkway creates an intuitive circulation that has become a brand signature.

Chimichanga Mexican restaurant by Brown Studio, Billericay – UK

November 25th, 2012

Chimichanga in Billericay, is a two-floored restaurant rendered in bold red and green – with shiny glass tiles, patterned floors of reclaimed wood, and walls of cracked antique mirrors. Ceilings inspired by temples and colourful lighting fixtures complete the geometric look, alongside a lime-green wall overlaid with blocks of wood.

Republic store by Janous Design, Romford – UK

November 17th, 2012

Republic store by Janous Design, Romford – UK

Nando’s restaurant by B3 Designers, Leigh – UK

November 16th, 2012

A concertinaed canopy, hangs from a reclaimed wooden structure, carving a bold diagonal path through the restaurant. Caged lighting also forms an interesting ceiling feature in the interior space. The reclaimed wood frame continues to the canal side exterior where festoon lights have been used to give a laid back ‘garden’ feel and catch the eyes of passersby.

Swarovski UK Headquarters by M Moser Associates, London

November 5th, 2012

The finished office occupies one-half of a floor plate, wrapping partly around the building’s service core and atrium. The reception area is both open and visible from outside through the atrium’s glass walls, its boundaries loosely demarcated by two curvaceous, enclosed ‘islands’ accommodating a luggage/cloakroom and a pantry.

SPORTSWEAR STORES! Canterbury shop in shop by Design4Retail, Twickenham – UK

November 2nd, 2012

The shop in shop area can be see from everywhere in store and we have made a feature of the entrance with a large Canterbury logo with a bespoke lighting scheme which runs the entire length of the back of the store.