Archive for the ‘chocolate & sweets’ category

DANDELION CHOCOLATE Kamakura by Puddle, Kamakura – Japan

August 3rd, 2017

Following the Kuramae and Ise locations of DANDELION CHOCOLATE, the third shop opened just 1 minute from Kamakura station’s west exit, in a location also known as “ura-eki”. The wooden building was previously a boutique shop for casual wear, and we took on the project to repurpose this building, as well as the surrounding environment.

DANDELION CHOCOLATE Ise Geku shop by Puddle Masaki Kato + moyadesign, Ise – Japan

July 31st, 2017

For this design it was our intention to express the existing beauty of this Tetsuro Yoshida designed building, complimenting it with our minimal additions to create a truly DANDELION CHOCOLATE-like space.

Guylian flagship store by f&ha, Perth – Australia

July 19th, 2017

A spatial celebration of the fusion between the traditional and the contemporary has been the agenda of the space. The experience celebrates the rich heritage and articulates clearly all the new contemporary insertions.

The Chocolate Factory by party/space/design, Hua Hin – Thailand

July 12th, 2017

Using the creamy white colour which make the place bright and clean to emphasize its bronze details of pipes and lamps. These decorations were represented chocolate, which is hiding the classical elegance together with products in the shop.

Pokusa Cake shop by Ofisovnia, Mielec – Poland

July 4th, 2017

Decorative elements refer to the branch: baking mold used as lamps, photos of the branded baking on the walls and baking trays painted in powder pink – that is the keynote. Thoroughly chosen furniture, pillows, blankets, flowers and candles have a huge impact on extraordinary atmosphere of the place.

New York Sweets Pastry Shops by Minas Kosmidis – Architecture in Concept, Nicosia – Cyprus

March 1st, 2017

Having been completed in February 2017, the pared-back, urban influences are apparent from the curbside as the shop’s façade features a metal “grid” which, in conjunction with the lighting scheme, is meant to reference the entrance canopies of NYC’s grand, landmark buildings.

Seattle Chocolates Factory Tour by MG2, Tukwila – Washington

February 19th, 2017

MG2 partnered with Seattle Chocolates to make this vision a reality, leading to a new retail space, a tasting room and a classroom for visitor’s in-depth chocolate education. The resulting tour takes customers down a bright magenta walkway on a behind-the-scenes tour of how the product is made, sorted and packaged.

Dandelion Chocolate by Puddle + moyadesign, Tokyo – Japan

January 21st, 2017

Surrounded by a large park which serves as a place of recreation and relaxation for local residents, and a facility for environmental education, this was a project to renovate a warehouse, more than 50 years old, into the first overseas outpost of Dandelion Chocolate, San Francisco’s premier “bean-to-bar” chocolate maker.

Imren Sweet Shop by Kst Architecture & Interiors, Antalya – Turkey

November 28th, 2016

Imren Sweet Shop by Kst Architecture & Interiors, Antalya – Turkey

M&M’s World VM concept by Global Display, London – UK

November 16th, 2016



Utilising the forms, colours and brand identity as inspiration, the collection of storage, display units along with mannequins provides a modular and flexible solution for merchandising a diverse range of products.

Guylian chocolate store by F&HA, Sydney – Australia

November 3rd, 2016

Simple, elegant palette of materials detailed in a recessive manner to allow the chocolates and products to act as the decoration. The eye should focus on the products with the architecture acting as a supporting element.

Charbonnel et Walker chocolate store by CADA Design, London – UK

October 25th, 2016

CADA Design’s monochromatic scheme showcases the brands iconic pastel packaging ranges. Integrated strip lighting has been placed into the shelving units to highlight the products, drawing the customers eye and in turn increasing sales.

Venchi chocolate shop by PickTwo, Bucharest – Romania

September 5th, 2016

The concept presents the shop in a contemporary light, without losing the magic and beauty of the classic Chocogelatteria.

CHORAITIS dry nut store by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion Crete – Greece

August 18th, 2016

The shelves that are used to display and promote the products have been positioned in the periphery of the store, in a way that is convenient for the customers to spot effectively the product that they seek.

Chocólatras Kiosk by Studio Cinque, Porto Alegre – Brazil

August 11th, 2016

The project is monochromatic in tones of chocolate and black, with some of the brand’s more vibrant colors incorporated into the visual communication. To speak to chocolate lovers in a more direct fashion, the kiosk was decorated with images of their range of products along with sentences that invite the client to indulge.

chök, the chocolate kitchen by INTSIGHT, Barcelona – Spain

July 21st, 2016

The main chök concept is to create a space where the kitchen is the core element, allowing customers to see how the products are prepared or even take part in cooking workshops.

Brugge La Chocolatier by Four Dimensions, Pune – India

June 27th, 2016

Bird cages, wall mounted chairs, a bicycle, baskets, and glass bowl like decorative lighting and a kids’ toy streetscape and a chocolate bar like ceiling add the brand proprietary emotive touch to the store environment. Messaging across the store help add emotive and meaningful conversations in the environment.

Patchi chocolate shop Nobu by Lautrefabrique Architects, Ryiadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

April 22nd, 2016

Clearly sequenced, the hundred and eighty square meters are subtly divided, as is often the case with Patchi stores, into separate universes: from an area with presentation boxes and countless other precious containers to the reception area, materialized by a copper desk with natural contours to the chocolate counter with its signature ebony walls.

Patchi chocolate shop at Yas Mall by Lautrefabrique Architects, Abu Dhabi – UAE

April 14th, 2016

From floor to ceiling, the whole scenography pays attention to the slightest detail. Through the use of cleverly orchestrated repetition, symmetry and opposition a sense of unity is maintained.

Patchi chocolate shop at Boulevard by Lautrefabrique Architects, Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

April 13th, 2016

Everything is smooth, lustrous and sparkling, from the wide black-lacquered reception desk that offsets the teeming colored shelves, lined with the famous anise and black Patchi boxes and the latest multicolored collections to the lighted niches.