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RTA Melrose boutique by Dan Brunn Architects, Los Angeles – California

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Customers can relax on the semi-circular shaped bench below the tree and look up through the skylight, which offers glimpses of palm trees outside from some angles. “An interior garden contributes calm and brings a mannered sense of nature into the scene,” said the studio. “The tree is planted under a skylight that mirrors the turf/bench circle and filters sunshine into the space.”

Public Hotel, New York

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The format aims to capture luxury in a contemporary way, replacing the usual frills and perks with unique experiences, an above average personalized service, settings that inspire rather than being marveled at.

The Date Co branding by Glasfurd & Walker

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Glasfurd & Walker worked with The Date Co to create a simple identity that reflects the purity and quality of the product they represent. The packaging is embellished with a subtle, graphic patterns inspired by date palm leaves finished in a matte gold foil that reflects the quality of product.

Spareparts store by Cutler at Yorkdale Mall, Ontario – Canada

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Using a contrasting black and white palette to serve as a blank canvas, the products add the embellishment, just as they will for the customers. The primary material palette consists of glass, powder coated and perforated metal, porcelain tiles and varying texture and sheens of laminate.

S4 Spa&Salon by Pristine Design Studio, Bangalore – India

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Designing the interiors for S4 Salon and Spa, was a unique experience for many reasons. The requirement was to style it as cosy, young, and contemporary.

Sennheiser SoHo Pop-Up Store by hartmannvonsiebenthal, New York City

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For five months, New Yorkers can literally immerse in the future of audio: entering the store via the “Sound Tunnel’’, step by step the sounds of the city outside attenuate and the sense of hearing is heightened.

IHK Potsdam Office by BvdM Architekten, Potsdam – Germany

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Lounge, library and a bundle of cosy meeting rooms are grouped along a path, that has been designed by BvdM Architekten in analogy to a walk in the legendary Brandenburg forests.

KI ecobe footwear

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The unique model can be assembled and disassembled using modular parts which work together to form three pairs of shoes. Each part serves a different function which allows for an effortless transition between home, outdoors or even the beach.

Common room x Ari by party/space/design, Bangkok – Thailand

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The identity of the place is revealed by creating homeliness and relaxing space. The differences of Common Room from the others is the interpretation of simple identity but full of functions for not only interior design but also props, detail and branding. Being simple but meaningful.

Volksbank Hohenlimburg by Kitzig Interior Design, Hohenlimburg – Germany

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Customers are seated on upholstered benches in front of floating tables. Mirrored cabinets add depth and light to rooms that are actually small and modest. On big screens, the customer is welcomed all over the world via video conference or skype.

Okko Hotel interior by Patrick Norguet, Porte de Versailles – France

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The aesthetic concept focuses on simple lines with soft, curving edges and splashes of colour that enliven the small spaces without overpowering them.

Dynasty Dairy Farm branding concept by Vataga Agency

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When we were working on the Dynasty dairy brand, we chose the opposite approach and developed a simple and sleek design with a focus on the product and the minimalism aesthetics. Thought-out series of logos and a calm color palette are the key elements of the packaging design.

K11 Natural store by AS Design Service, Tsim Sha Tsui – Hong Kong

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To be consistent with K11’s commitment to cultivating an atmosphere of art, and the five values from the Artisanal Movements, the designers have turned the new zone, the 836 SQM spacious area on Level 2 of the Art Mall into a space of nature, beauty and arts.

Bistro La vie by iks design, Nagoya – JAPAN

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Brass was used as eye-catchers for lights, hanger pipes, furniture knobs and handles, window frames, decorative screws, etc., in order to provide gorgeousness to the interior. The antique scaffold planks add a casual atmosphere to the space, preventing it from being too sophisticated.

HONDA & BMW bike showroom by Carl Tran, Toulon – France

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A suspended path was made, retracing the motorcycle route, a place dedicated to motorcycles sold, consisting of an inclined ceiling and a destructured shape covered with brick cladding. Hanging and staggered tiles close the corner “BIKER MEET’S”, corner dedicated to the conviviality and the sharing between enthusiasts of the motorcycle BMW.

CBRE Office, Barcelona – Spain

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The office is inspired on the textile industry of the XIX century, in Barcelona. We export this idea with cotton natural fibres from the old weaving machines that are represented by different stringing over the office.

“Soft” Furniture Collection by Nendo

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Instead of going the typical padded route for softness, they used sheets of 1.5 mm thick polycarbonate and achieved a similar cushioning by laminating and bending it.

Freshigh by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

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The store was turned into a refreshing space with soft green color filled all around. Hiding in the historic neighborhood, the designer hopes that it could give a surprise to the people passing by. They could stop and relax for a cup of fresh juice, and then go back to daily life.

Sana Sana Pilates by Nan architects, Porriño-Galicia – Spain

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The materials and the light that surround them contribute to the sense of calm. Server and served spaces form an architectural and aesthetic continuum where the warmth of the wood contrasts with the nakedness and apparent coldness of other materials.

PDG offices by Studio Tate, Melbourne – Australia

20 June 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

As well as walnut veneer joinery, the headquarters also feature marble-clad bathrooms and stone surfaces that have been inlaid with brass, evoking a similar feel to a hotel or high-end private residence.