Paperhouse by Heatherwick Studio

Heatherwick Studio has completed a series of brass newspaper kiosks in London. The kiosks open by rotating the front sections around the structure, allowing vendors to set their stock more efficiently. They are made of wood coated in patinated brass, supported by a steel frame. A glazed band at the top allows natural light into the kiosks during the day and is illuminated at night. Photos by Cristobal Palma Via dezeen Read more […]
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Fornarina Las Vegas by Giorgio Borruso Design

Giorgio Borruso Design projected a surrealistic ambience of amoeboid shapes for the italian shop of Fornarina in Las Vegas. To fight the barnlike 218 square meter rectangular space with 9 meter high ceilings, Borruso designed a series of viscerally organic shapes dominated by four large, hooded, tentaclelike objects hanging from the ceiling. Each one harbors a steel spine carrying LED lighting fixtures and aluminum tubular frames, which in turn support custom acrylic, spherical protuberances Read more […]
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Volume B by Marcio Kogan

Volume B, designed by Marcio Kogan, is the retail furniture store for Vitra located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Marcio Kogan used the materials in their extreme condition, such as visible concrete executed without any concern about precision or finishing, or the skin of the back volume where they used various layers of a steel frame which is usually used on the inside of the concrete slabs and were found at the site. Likewise, the interior walls did not get any special finishing and still have Read more […]
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Bruuns Bazaar by Murado & Elvira

To create this retail space for Bruuns Bazaar, a danish clothing brand, Murado & Elvira decided to use a single element, a micro infrastructure, that implements displays, special lighting and other facilities, in the form of a floating space drawing. Photos by Miguel de Guzmán Read more […]
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Ronó Ice-Cream Shop by Hiroyuki Miyake

Japanese designer Hiroyuki Miyake has created this unusual interior for an ice-cream shop. The whole interior is deliberately characterless, with no color, texture or reflections, so there is nothing between the customers and the happy color in the ice-cream tubs. Via Frame Read more […]
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Kid Robot Store by Mash Studios

Mash Studios has worked on Kid Robot retail stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica and now on Miami. As an icon in pop culture, art toys and vinyl, Kid Robot needed something simple and fresh, modern yet understated for a young feel that wouldn’t over clutter their small spaces. In the store, smaller shelves were needed for the toys, as well as storage areas and apparel displays. Custom built cabinets, fixtures, flooring, signage, and graphics were incorporated throughout the Read more […]
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Ann Demeulemeester Shop by Mass Studies

Mass Studies recently finished the design of Ann Demeulemeester Shop in the Seoul’s Gangnam district, Korea. The building is comprised of one subterranean level and three floors above. The Ann Demeulemeester Shop is located on the first floor, with a restaurant above and a Multi-Shop in the basement. The proposal is an attempt to incorporate as much nature as possible into the building within the constrains of a low-elevation, high-density urban environment. The building defines its relationship Read more […]
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Meltin’ Pot Store by Fabio Novembre

Meltin’ Pot, the italic denim brand, just openned a new store in Milan. Fabio Novembre designed this monochromatic interior in an old industrial building with two levels. Angled surfaces covered with mosaic start at the lower level and last in the upper forming skylights on the lounge. Read more […]
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