Have you ever had the feeling that your business, while fairly successful, it’s still not where it should be? You work hard, you invest in a wonderful interior design and an excellent branding strategy, you do everything right – yet your customers don’t seem to share your enthusiasm. You cannot put your finger on it. […]

LiteZilla lights installation

LiteZilla, LLC has recently installed their largest-ever interactive light board at Macy’s flagship store in Manhattan.  The 16-foot long x 7-foot tall LiteZilla was installed in connection with Macy’s purchase of startup Story, the LiteZilla was unveiled as part of Story’s first curated theme called Color. Inspired by the popular children’s toy Lite-Brite, LiteZilla is […]

OLED Screen Technology

This article is sponsored by: www.procore.com Integrating OLED Technology in Commercial Spaces.  Television has come a long way from its invention in 1927. The first television was small, chunky, and was solely in black and white. Less than 100 years after the first TV was invented, it has seen a rapid evolution. We’ve seen 4K […]

All photos via interlam-design.com Have you ever seen decorative screens in a restaurant interior? As one of the most versatile elements of decor, decorative screens can answer many interior design problems in restaurants or any other commercial space. From serving as space dividers to simple decorative solutions for interiors that need some spark, they can […]

Via designboom.com Designer: Karim Rashid All photos: Lee Gyeon Bae The interior design of a food court in Seoul, South Korea has received the stamp of Karim Rashid, the New York-based designer with a penchant for color and bold designs. Under his magic wand, Amoje Food Capital, a cafeteria for the Lotte Department Store, has […]

Visual Perspective in Unique Library Design

Via worldarchitecturenews.com  Library Design 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 […]

Via worldarchitecturenews.com Designer: Adolfsson and Partners All photos: Joachim Belaieff via worldarchitecturenews.com It is only fitting that the new office of the company behind the “Candy Crush Saga” game bursts with color. Designed by Stockholm-based Adolfsson and Partners, the King office is nothing you would expect from a standard workplace. Described by its creators simply as “The […]

Via retaildesignblog.net Designers: Framework Studios All photos courtesy of Peter Tijhuis Large spaces are always a challenge when trying to design a restaurant interior with an intimate atmosphere. Add to this the need to balance an industrial environment, and you face a real test of creativity. A test that the designers of Framework Studio, an Amsterdam-based […]

pop up tea bar design

Via trendhunter.com All photos courtesy of trendhunter.com If location is a critical part in the success of a pub or restaurant, committing to a specific operating place is a hard decision to make. However, there is a way to test a certain location before making it permanent, and that is the idea behind the pop-up bar […]

Via treehugger.comDesigner: Steven M. JohnsonAll photos courtesy © Steven M.Johnson For those who like to mix tasteful decor with athletic enthusiasm, the resourceful inventor Steven M. Johnson created the Covert Gym, the world’s first armchair that allows its owner to row. It is also the first rowing machine comfortable enough for watching TV. The quirky invention was […]

3D-Printed Biomimicry Chair to Replace Traditional Upholstered Furniture Via www.treehugger.com Designer Lilian van Daal All Photos courtesy © Lilian van Daal The furniture of tomorrow may look very different than today’s conventional pieces of decor. With a more eco-friendly future in mind, designers feel the need for simplifying both the manufacturing process and the materials […]

Mič Styling Hair Salon Looks Like a Paper Doll House Project: Hairstyle Salon Mič Styling  Designed by Kitsch-Nitsch Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia Mič Styling Salon, one of the most popular hair care options in Slovenia, has recently turned to design team Kitsch-Nitsch to create a fresh new look to draw in the next generation. The new Young Mič Styling […]

Android Interacts With Consumers, New Twist on Interactive Display in a Modern Store Design in Japan. Tokyo department store Takashimaya, in collaboration with Dr Hiroshi Ishiguro of Osaka University, have taken advertising to a new level in a stunning demonstration of the visual merchandising opportunities and technology that have become available in 2014.  Robots have […]

Interactive Display for Christmas – Holiday Store Front Design Designed by Moritz Waldemeyer Everyone loves a good Christmas display. It’s wonderful to celebrate the holiday by admiring lighting crafted by a designer. The layout may be simple or complex. Regardless, the beauty is often unsurpassed on a winter’s night. Moritz Waldemeyer recently created an interactive installation […]

Adriano Zumbo Patisserie maker of macaroon and other pastries created almost a Halloween inspired interior design. Engineered by interior design students, Masterchef Adriano Zumbo’s new patisserie in Victoria depicts a splash of color, as the one requirement was that the store be partly pink, in a dark environment of mystery. With a pink and black […]

Futuristic office design, how do you envision it? In today’s business world, many office workers often find themselves traveling and working out of the office. London-based design student Julie Burdou, has designed a futurist office that allows workers to stop in and get their work done a few minutes at a time. As an office […]

Restaurant Design For Kids

When it comes to the cafe interior design of restaurants, most are not kid friendly. Most family restaurants are jammed full of leather booths, dark interiors, and an overall feel of adult restriction. However, the imaginative and fun designer team at the Nuca Studio have created bright and innovative ways to invite children and adults […]

An amazing exhibition of inflatable domes – inspiring interactive architecture of today! An intricate use of inflatable domes can be found at the EXXOPOLIS Luminarium. The inspiration behind these amazingly-complicated structures is simple experimentation by designers like Alan Parkinson. Since the early 1990s, designers have been pushing the limits of dome versatility. These showpieces are […]

By guest blogger Mariam Sargsyan www.fortechsolutions.com In this age of technology, besides having a nice interior design, you need to be interactive, connected and fun to bring your customers back and to attract new ones. Everything is becoming digital and cloud based, and to survive in any business, you need to keep up with some […]

Check out our Commercial Interior Design February 2014 newsletter! In this issue I would like to share 6 of my favorite most exciting emerging trends in commercial interior design this year.  Click HERE. To ask us questions about your commercial interior design project or to get a free consultation from Mindful Design Consulting, click HERE. […]

If you’re an interior designer or a shopaholic, your mind will be blown by this unconventional upside down store design Viktor and Rolf in Milan! The interior design of this store brand in Milan features parquet floors (on the ceiling), upside down columns.  The arches between the columns are made into handy closets for storing […]

The Foldaway Bookshop was designed to make its debut at the London Festival of Architecture. The book store featured accordion-style, cardboard walls with built-in shelves to accommodate many books on architecture for the festival. Empty spaces on the walls featured projections of films about architecture. The shelves and walls were designed to be broken down […]

Space designers around the world, take note! The ultimate unisex climbing wall has just been unveiled in Japan. While wall climbing has long been an acceptable opportunity for rigorous exercise in the Far East, designers in Japan have finally taken heed of the demand by women to design a climbing wall that incorporates features that […]

AT&T’s big makeover adds warmth and hospitality to its store interior design. The nationwide refurbishment adds lots of wood, products to play with and does away with check-out counters. Adding a personal touch to customer relations, AT&T staff members will walk around the store with tablets and assist patrons with face-to-face interactions. With the Internet […]

This “out of box” dining concept A380 airplane restaurant is a fine dining experience at its best inside of a lavish  airplane interior.  As a hungry passenger you don’t need to go through a long line of check-ins or pay an air fare to get a fine airplane dining experience here. One of the locations […]

The Driver, Londres. Patrick Blanc’s new website, which you can see HERE , had inspired me to share some of his vertical garden walls designs.  First time I saw Patric Blanc’s work was in Paris about 11 years ago when it was such a novelty to have plants growing on walls.  I am happy to […]

This funky looking store is founded by Johnny Earle, 28-year-old multi-million dollar business owner. Known by his brand name Johnny Cupcakes the owners is famous for making a life changing decision to drop out of college and do what he loves most – design clothing.  His clothing label uses an unrelated theme to fashion such […]

The highly anticipated royal wedding of prince Williams has inspired this chic wallpaper collection “Crowns and Coronets.”  It’s another creative work by a UK-based company Graham & Brown. ” The wallpaper is also designed to be interactive so you can be creative Jazzing it up with ‘Royal’ Jewels – glittering self adhesive pieces. As a […]

Cafe Interior Design

The Logomo Cafe is all about experiencing the stunning optical illusion from graphics all around the space. Although similar to Tobias Rehberger’s (German artist) cafeteria at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, the Logomo is more elegant and light. The Cafe Logomo is another inspiring place created by German artist Tobias Rehberger and Artek furniture brand. This […]

This futuristic lighting system called Bolla was designed by an Italian company Incontroardito. The company started by specializing in production of ceramics.  After achieving international success with their products Incontroardito branched into selling other products such as stone tiles untill Dominico De Palo transformed the company by creating something this unique and exciting! Bolla system […]