Posts Tagged ‘visual merchandising’

Mode Weber shop by dioma, Rorschach – Switzerland

April 11th, 2016

Harmonic mood of colors, shapes and materials dominate. The hard and orthogonal shapes are broken by rounded and soft forms.

Villeroy&Boch communication banner at ISH 2015 by VAVE, Frankfurt – Germany

April 7th, 2016

VAVE developed a 125 meter long communication banner for the fair presentation of Villeroy & Boch at ISH, 2015. A large and overarching gesture, which embraces the entire booth with its extensive 1400 square meters.

Emart’s Peacock Kitchen by CADA Design, Seoul – South Korea

April 6th, 2016

The space has a strong, unified identity with each food offer having its own individual feel, through variations of colour and material, identity and visual merchandising.

Retail Design Expo 2016 review

March 29th, 2016

The event, which doubled in size for 2016, showcased 225 market-leading suppliers from global players to innovative smaller suppliers covering every aspect of the in-store journey.

VM Student Awards 2016 Winners at Retail Design Expo, London – UK

March 27th, 2016

VM Student Awards 2016 Winners at Retail Design Expo, London – UK

Media Plaza 2.0 auditorium, Utrecht – Netherlands

March 27th, 2016

By reducing the amount of visibly distracting details in the surroundings to a minimum, it increases the attention of the audience towards the speaker’s platform and enhances visibility and acoustics. In contrast, the playful use of rich, almost rainbow-like, customized colours makes the chairs and carpet stand out from its bright white surrounding.

Nike Performance Tight SP16 campaign, Algeirs – Algeria

March 23rd, 2016

Nike Performance Tight SP16, Algeirs – Algeria

Zwoosh kids store by Foley Designs, Bangalore – India

March 22nd, 2016

Illustrations around the space blend fantasy with reality, weaving surreal stories children and adults can enjoy in equal measure, while still engaging them in fun and thoughtful ways. The colour coded zones meanwhile make it quicker to locate what you need.

The work of Miyake Issey exhibition by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo – Japan

March 17th, 2016

The show sheds light on Miyake’s ideas about making things, and his approach to design — spanning from his earliest works to his latest projects — and to showcase his creations, Yoshioka has envisioned two mannequin typologies to display Miyake’s clothing which stem from the idea of ‘A piece of cloth’ being transformed into a beautiful shape that is worn on the human body.

Nike Kobe XI & CP3 campaign by Green Room

March 13th, 2016

Giving life to this campaign, Green Room delivered a flashing lightning bolt striking down in Nike Town London. The bolt of lightning hits a concrete court surface, and the impact leaves a highly effective, shattered podium. Energy, power and dynamic display, delivered.

Harrods London Calling windows by SFD, London – UK

March 7th, 2016

The phone boxes were made and finished in monochrome to accent the clothing and contrast against the backdrop, while pink props were featured sporadically throughout the windows to draw attention and reinforce the colour scheme.

Karen Millen February 2016 windows by StudioXAG, London – UK

March 4th, 2016

A play between textures is enhanced with the concrete print continuing from the imagery on to a transparent material, and each window is framed by an asymmetrical colour pop outline.

RETAIL DESIGN EXPO 2016 – OPENS NEXT WEEK

March 4th, 2016

Retail Design Expo is doubling in size for 2016 to showcase more than 250 market leading suppliers – from global players to innovative smaller suppliers covering every aspect of the in-store journey.

Adidas originals Tubular Ferbuary 2016 windows by StudioXAG, London – UK

March 3rd, 2016

In the windows; one campaign graphic is scaled, layered and repeated three times, enhancing the centre point perspective of the image. Each layer is edge lit in a cool blue light, creating a striking and hypnotic composition pulling you right in to the centre where the new product is suspended.

Brooks Brothers Chinese New Year windows by Booma Group, Hong Kong

February 28th, 2016

The window is represented by a gorgeous giant sheep Brooks Brothers logo that has been redesigned into an origami style to give even more sense to the Chinese New Year theme and with the 3 wise monkeys as this is the year of the Monkey of Fire, that is the reason also why the 3 monkeys are painted with a splendid glossy red.

Hudson’s Bay Mother’s Day Windows, Toronto – Canada

February 19th, 2016

Hudson’s Bay Mother’s Day Windows, Toronto – Canada

David Jones flagship store by Dalziel & Pow, Melbourne – Australia

February 12th, 2016

Featuring a restrained monochrome palette and premium finishes; the design elevates the store experience with a more aspirational, fashion-led attitude.

SK-II Chinese New Year windows at Harrods by officeTwelve, London – UK

February 12th, 2016

SK-II draws the viewer through a fantasy of white into a glittering jungle with golden products set upon a pristine pebble.

Coach Wild Things! windows by RTOO worldwide, New York City

February 10th, 2016

The inner layer is resin sculpted by artist Veronica Gallinger and was then multiplied by producing molds. We then applied layers of Felt and chromed partially the resin component.

Coach Lantern windows by RTOO worldwide, New York City

February 9th, 2016

Lanterns were lit and hat the flair and style of Manhattan street signs and lanterns. All elements were first made by wood with the CnC, then a mold was created to go into roll out.