Studio Ginger’s job was to design a new fit-out that would place product centre stage, attract more foot traffic and increase sales. On a purely retail level, the designers’ response has been transformative.
Lululemon presents collections of product around mannequin stories supporting the customer journey, which is planned by activity.
The strong differentiation through color, framed by the clean, pure, white background makes these products fresh and natural.
Kedem worked together with Baranowitz & Goldberg Architects on the project. They took inspiration from Japan’s traditional kite festivals – where people gather to fly huge kites in bright shades.
Workplace Solutions designed the offices of media and marketing company MediaCom, located in Warsaw, Poland.
It was very important to have a local firm design the restaurant. There are culture-specific dining nuances, and restaurant and bar concepts come and go so quickly.
The modern and fashionable gallery was integrated with the traditional Chinese festival element—Fu Culture.
Meaning to approach a young, culture-focused target, the company’s identity, labels and other elements were designed on the basis of a sober yet powerful layout, as opposed of most current breweries, which goes for a more minimal and simple approach.
Sneha Divias Atelier was the perfect match to create an iconic presence and foremost redefinition of a ‘kiosk’ for this Maska store to pop up at a prominent location in the Fashion Avenue of the Dubai Mall.
A T1 stove builds the room’s centerpiece and serves as the beating heart of the restaurant – it is where the good news is being created and where it is delivered to the public. Therefore, the whole interior design look evolves around the futuristic piece of furniture.