Have Some London Gelato
By creating a sharp
contrast between raw concrete and soft furniture pieces, a new
exciting brand appeared. This London ice cream parlour called
Polka Gelato, clearly breaks all the traditional rules of balancing
out the use of different materials. The gelato cups, packaging
and signage were all branded in similar monochromatic palette
and geometrical patterns. The only bright colors you will find
in this gelato store are inside the gelato display case.
See more images HERE.
Bakery With Chocolate in Queens
This small bakery
was designed with chocolate and freshly baked bread in mind.
Omonia Bakery is in Astoria, Queens, a next-door addition to
the corner cafe. The chocolate effect was achieved by using
small brown tiles (1/4" Bisazza) on freely flowing walls
and the ceiling. An imitation of fresh dough hangs suspended
from the ceiling which is actually red cedar wood spheres. The
spheres are lit up by 6" incandescent light bulbs. To see
more images of this business interior look HERE.
Vitrine Jungle in Barcelona
"Replay", Barcelona boutique store, is a green jungle of bushy ferns
and begonias surrounding displayed products. Whimsical looking
mannequins and giant spiders occupy the vitrine, in front
of the green wall.
Landscape architects Vertical Garden
Design created this interior garden and a second green wall
facing a rear courtyard. See more images of this whimsical
Circus Fun in Tokyo
The Camper store in Tokyo was recently completely remodeled and
rebranded. The inspiration for the design came from the circus:
red and white stripes. The overall interior color of the
store is white. Even the images on the walls have a white
background with the brightly colored products being the
main focal point. See more HERE.
Experience Neogothic in Paris
This sophisticated jewelry store was opened in Paris by the Podium
Fashion Group from Moscow. Interior designers recreated neogothic
interior by using aged textured wallpaper, antique wood furniture
and aged metals. I love the central piece – massive
armoire with the bubble of glass over the top at the center
of the room for display!
See more images HERE.
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