Posts Tagged ‘visual elements’

JINS Ageo Shop by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

September 19th, 2016

New interior walls are offset from the original wall lines, finished with brick tiles usually used for exterior finishes; shelves and display furniture are designed as independent elements detached from the building.

Made for Life branding by Kingdom & Sparrow

August 1st, 2016

These illustrations and colour palette were used as a bright, bold addition to the otherwise clean, simple, high end look we developed with them.

Kidsmoment by RIGIdesign, Wuhan – China

April 4th, 2016

A pure simple house shape is widely used on POP, fixtures and feature walls to suggest the concept of “home”. Because children are highly sensitive to number, the different single numbers are printed on several obvious places to enhance the spatial order of zoning.

Loving Earth Chocolate Packaging by Round

January 11th, 2016



Loving Earth’s brand philosophy is simple: be healthy, be sustainable and be fair.

CELIOCLUB Flagship Store by Agence Costa, Paris – France

May 15th, 2015

COSTA agency was asked by Celio International to design a new concept for the CELIOCLUB stores showcasing the high end products of the Celio brand.

Bora Bora By Your Side packaging by Aurea

February 9th, 2015

Bora Bora By Your Side packaging by Aurea

Aishti sale windows by Sagmeister & Walsh

February 2nd, 2015

We opened the doors to our first sale window campaign of the year whose inspiration has been looked after from Sagmeister and Walsh, a NYC based design firm.

Mózes Csaba identity by zwoelf

August 3rd, 2014

We had two main aspects in mind: 1- to design an identity which somehow slightly reflects to his blindness 2- to design visual elements which can be scanned by Csaba’s fingers somehow The pattern reflects to the moves what Csaba makes during a massage. Pushing points, making longer moves etc.

Tartine et Chocolat boutique, Bucharest

June 19th, 2013

A Visual Merchandising lesson that comes from a kids wear store. An absolutely fabulous store with relaxing atmosphere, pleasant color combinations, airy shelves, nice French music in the background and other small visual elements that transpose you in the magical world of childhood.

ONLY store by Riis Retail, Herning – Denmark

February 16th, 2013

Size matters in the world of ONLY and their new shop concept designed by Riis Retail has dominant and impressive visual elements like LED letters, mirror balls and huge LED screens. The shop is illuminated with highly professional knowledge about lights, and finest LED technology is used in a new way.

STUKA LA TIENDA NARANJA by DESIGN FOR , León Guanajuato – Mexico

January 30th, 2013

Integration of visual elements like the route of the plane in neon light, or the same forms of furniture with attention to detail in finishing and ergonomics make this store the user perceives as fun and exciting, that captivate the curious pedestrians and invite you to visit our orange world.

Paperfish restaurant by Clive Wilkinson Architects, Beverly Hills

January 10th, 2013

CWA worked with the client to brainstorm a vision for the restaurant and proposed a total design concept which embraced all visual elements. This included proposing the name ‘Paperfish’ to underscore the restaurant’s function and to align with the concept of treating the plain white architecture as thin leaves of curving drywall to evoke fluidity, water flowing and pooling, and to give the sense of being immersed below the sea.

EMO and The Real Adventure offices by The Interiors Group, Bristol

December 31st, 2012

Separate space was a major part of the brief and was required for both EMO and The Real Adventure. Both agencies required meeting rooms and spaces which neededto be created for directors, HR Teams, IT Teams, Meeting Rooms and Studio space. Shared space such as meeting and board rooms, telephone booths, reception space was another key requirement.

Better Place Visitor Centre by Francisco Sarria, Copenhagen

December 7th, 2012

The installation uses innovative and sophisticated green technology and lighting to illustrate the captivating phenomenon of transforming electricity from renewable sources into transportation. As a narrative element, interactive installations are used to unveil information related to energy, environment, economics and electric cars, all shaped in a relaxing and inspiring environment.

“SUPER by Dr. Nicholas Perricone” store by Janis Bell Design, Malibu

March 23rd, 2012

Offering a simple, fresh, clean, and modern environment, the design firm used the retailer‘s colorful product packaging as the focus of the space and incorporated the brand‘s visual elements with oversized graphic images in vinyl.

Liouguei soap packaging design by G-idea

March 5th, 2012

In November 2009, We were approached by the NCKU (National Cheng Kung University) to participate in a Marakot relief project in Liouguei, one of the area hardest hit by the Marakot typhoon in 2009.