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Black and White Restaurant Design Plays on Simplicity

Via retaildesignblog.net Designer: Ramón Esteve Estudio All photos: Alfonso Calza via retaildesignblog.net A drastically reduced chromatic palette can have a great dramatic effect and emphasize, by contrast, the shapes and textures of a space. Designed only in black and white, the Blanc i Negre interior draws a large part of its uniqueness and character from this simple, […]

Romanian Restaurant Design Mixes Greek Columns and Lollipops

Via retaildesignblog.net Designer: Creativ Interior All photos: retaildesignblog.net Contrast is a necessary element in design, yet it is somewhat difficult to master. It is not only the chromatic contrast, but the one obtained by juxtaposing different furniture trends, different textures, even different design styles. The designers of the LollyPop Restaurant and Café in Bucharest, Romania, […]

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Clean Geometric Structures Play Double Role in Patisserie Store Design

Via worldarchitecturenews.com Designers: atelie*r + Bereal All photos © JULIEN FERNANDEZ – Courtesy of atelie*r + bereal via worldarchitecturenews.com Excellent design turns challenges into opportunities. In order to deal with the irregular geometry of the space, the designers of Pâtisserie Antoine in Bordeaux, France, created an interior whose lines not only mask the inconvenient structural and mechanical elements, but are […]

Futuristic Shoe Store Design Treats Shoes as Artwork

Via worldarchitecturenews.com Designer: MVSA Architects All photos: Jeroen Musch via worldarchitecturenews.com In the typical store, shoes are usually treated and displayed as simple products, without any special thought to how their shape or color interact with the interior design of the space. It is as if these functional pieces only ask for functional spaces, so the […]

Modular Market Design Offers Beautiful Display of Organic Products

Via worldnewsarchitecture.com Designer: Latitude All photos: Shannon Fagan via worldnewsarchitecture.com Grocery shopping should be an experience that differs from product to product. At least this seems to be the idea from which the designers of the Original Life Market started when creating the concept behind this 2,000-sq.m commercial space located in Xindong Road, in the heart […]

From Pottery to Floor Bricks – How to Incorporate Tradition into Store Design

Via worldarchitecturenews.com Designer: Yusuke Seki All photos: Takumi Ota via worldarchitecturenews.com To an eco-minded spirit that does not bear to witness the wasting of any resources, the newly renovated Maruhiro flagship store must bring a very particular joy. In an unexpected twist of imagination, discarded pottery pieces take on a new life as a platform […]

Bookshelf Dome Challenges the Visual Perspective in Unique Library Design

Via worldarchitecturenews.com Designer: Anagrama All photos: Caroga via worldarchitecturenews.com As a place where minds are challenged and imagination is fed, libraries are the perfect place for experimenting with new ideas. Seizing the opportunity to give the Conarte library a unique face, the branding, architecture and software development firm Anagrama created a space that plays with visual […]

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Minimalist Cosmetics Store Evokes the Look of an Apothecary

Via worldarchitecturenews.com Designer: Ciguë All photos: The Kalory Agency via worldarchitecturenews.com Minimalism in store design achieves an important objective – it places the focus on the marketed products and offers them the customers’ almost exclusive attention. The design of Aesop’s Covent Garden store by the France-based design firm Ciguë does just this. Keeping the interior simple, it […]