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Transit restaurant by Portal Architects, Rehovot – Israel

27 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Shipping ropes add a dramatic nature to the bar area and rusted iron lives alongside oak bars. The design aimed to create general breathing space, openness and bare glances, both inside and out.

Bionic + wireless underwater drone by Robosea

27 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

BIKI can maneuver just about anywhere, and with the use of our trademarked exclusive Robosea algorithm and set in nine-axle sensor, it can keep its balance in the water – allowing BIKI self-stabilization to provide smooth videos and sharp photos through its camera platform.

AYEKA Coworking Office by Setter Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

27 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Inspiration for Ayeka’s common spaces came from the encounter between the simultaneously gritty and polished appearance that typifies the complex: the elevators in the entrance wall have impressive wood panels, against the background of a concrete wall dismantled from construction blocks and left in its raw state.

Hand-Laid Brick Feature Wall by 22quadrat, Freising – Germany

27 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Water-struck brick is made of clay with a high moisture content and plasticity. These bricks have a unique surface texture after firing and are denser than standard bricks, which enhances all of brick’s natural benefits, such as strength, durability, resistance to weather and pests, and thermal mass efficiency.

Mamas & Papas store by Dalziel-Pow, Glasgow – UK

27 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In a layout zoned into ‘worlds’ based on new parents’ key shopping missions, the popular categories of Baby Fashion, Home, Service, Gifting and Travel are now joined by a Maternity offer.

HKIRC medical center by PAL Design, Hong Kong

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

In addition to the honeycomb-like hexagonal lightboxes across its ceiling, the designer recalls the intention to create a forest path with sunlight permeating down through leaves, not dissimilar to the Japanese poetics of komoreb.

Yachtclub Chiemsee by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Prien am Chiemsee – Germany

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The bar is covered with canvas, the predominant metal is brass, model ships and photos of significant sailing events decorate the walls. Yet alternating surfaces in stone and wood also reflect on the down-to-earth character of the club. A mobile sofa is reminiscent of a hull.

Stellar by Bruce Mau Design

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Taking visual inspiration from the cosmos, the brand identity and name allude to starry constellations. The word mark includes a dot that echoes both the North Star and a beauty mark. The colors used reflect the inclusive nature of the brand.

CITYPARK shopping mall by JHP, Graz – Austria

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

CITYPARK’s lower ground level has been converted to a young fashion area to attract a younger, more fashion conscious crowd. This was achieved by stocking the floor with crowd pulling modern brands and by adjusting the floor’s look, feel, and lightning.

GOP Piano Bar by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Bonn – Germany

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

A diversified spatial and ceiling design serves to divide the guest area into various zones that form cosy niches, but can also be used by larger groups. The proposal is rounded off by the Piano Bar – a striking place with an inviting atmosphere, comfortable sofas and snugly armchairs or high tables and barstools, depending on the mood.

Old Mutual Experiential Zone at #OMTOM 2017 by HOTT3D, Cape Town – South Africa

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The annual ultra marathon is billed as one of the worlds most beautiful road races and attracts a large number of entries. The largest running-related expo in the Western Cape attracts over 50 000 visitors over 3 days and showcases the latest in running and fitness equipment and apparel.

Spacepot by Futurefarms

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Branded ‘hydroponics beautifully simplified’ the Spacepot required no pumps, no electricity, and no extra parts to maintain. By mixing space-age technology with cutting edge design, Futurefarms have crafted a planted that delivers all the benefits of hydroponics without any of the maintenance.

Ah-chu ice cream café by Wanderlust, Gimpo – South Korea

26 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

We have focused on creating visually effective counter design as the pick-up zone is considered one of the spaces with frequent guests flow and sale. We created design to make association with a kitchen in which ice cream and churros are made.

Chubb Office by iDA Workplace & Strategy, Shanghai – China

25 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The “Contemporary Mad Men” is the creativity of Chubb’s design concept, which has brought out the modernity of nowadays while still remaining the classic and prototypical touch based on the American corporate offices from the 60’s.

Glenelly restaurant, tasting room and glass museum by Inhouse Brand Architects, Stellenbosch – South Africa

25 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The corner of the bar reveals an engraved map of the farm, indicating where one can find Glenelly’s Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay vineyards. A selection of extraordinary hand-blown glass lights hang suspended over the bar.

Jola Honey Mix packaging by Tough Slate Design

25 May 2017 by retail design blog 1 comment »

To make the Honey more desired by the younger target audience, client came up with an idea to produce honey mixes – they are as much healthy as traditional honey, but have a spark of taste due to added natural ingredients: juices, spices, nuts etc.

Moving Movements _ H-store by customellow, Seoul – Korea

25 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Customellow is a fashion brand aiming to enrich people’s lives by collaborating with young rising artists as part of their efforts to incorporate fashion and culture. Ye Seung Lee has interpreted the communication method of customellow as a way of discovering a new spirit of the times.

Sazenka restaurant by Design Studio Crow, Tokyo – Japan

25 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Guests are welcomed by a display of the Chinese tea tools that provided the inspiration for the name of the restaurant, and soft light that guides them into the dining area. High-quality materials like stucco, warm walnut, and mortar walls were chosen for the interior, all meant to be minimalist and chosen for their high quality.

Interactive installation by Studio O+A at Salone del Mobile, Milan – Italy

25 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Visitors were attracted to the stand by the new workplace scenarios presented to them, whether to try-out the wearable office accessories and portable furniture or to don a virtual reality headset and take a peek into the future of the office.

St. Yves Club by SWATCHROOM, Washington D.C.

25 May 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

The grandeur of the space is anchored by its historic architecture, most notably the soaring 13ft tall arched windows lining the exterior walls. The palette, materials, and patterns of gold and deep navy solidify the finished package.