Posts Tagged ‘urban design’

Taste Wine Co. store by Architensions, New York City

April 25th, 2016

A system of modular display/storage wood structures wraps the walls and the ceiling re-shaping entirely the interior space into a new spatial volumetric reality.

VelO2 interactive light installation by Loop.pH, Taipei – Taiwan

March 7th, 2016

Air quality sensors to collect the fluctuating data is fed into the network system which create light trails as participants physically interact with the installation by cycling against each other around the two tracks.

Hudson’s Bay Company Store by pellow+associates at Hillcrest Mall, Toronto – Canada

January 2nd, 2016



Toronto-based retail experts pellow+associates architects have recently completed a significant rejuvenation of Hudson’s Bay Company’s 79,500 square foot retail store at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill, Ontario, which dramatically modernizes the look of the more than 300-year-old Canadian retailer.

Blackberrys SS16 Trade Show Exhibition by Liganova BrandRetail, New Delhi – India

October 26th, 2015



New York meets New Delhi! Our team in India conceived and designed a masculine, urban design loft composed of three creative spaces.

Nectar Wine & Beer by HDG Architecture | Design, Spokane – Washington

September 3rd, 2015



Nectar is a wine and beer tasting room in the Kendall Yards neighborhood and was completed in 2015.

Generator Hostel by DesignAgency, Paris – France

July 30th, 2015



Generator Paris is the newest location in Generator’s quickly expanding chain of distinctive and eclectic urban design hostels.

Cotta Cafe by Mim Design, Melbourne

September 17th, 2012

Cotta provides a warm and rustic interior amongst the glitz and glamour of the new West End development at Crown Melbourne. The urban design enabled us to use rich, textural and inviting materials creating a ‘homely’ feel.

G-Shock Central store by Pennant & Triumph, Auckland

July 6th, 2012

The brief was to create a retail identity and concept store that met with the demand of both Casio Japan and fit the New Zealand market. The store is located in the very heart of Auckland’s CBD and the most Challenging aspect was the size at 15sqm so with this in mind a minimal urban design was decided as the best approach to take.