TULIPS store by 4D, Delhi – India

02 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The store layout is planned to facilitate a consultative engagement, distinctly differentiated from a transactional one offered by others players, with the customer both visually and in person. Luxury soft furnishing on the ground floor are literally ‘woven’ around an open bespoke design studio manned by its team of interior design & décor specialists and ‘karigars’ (traditional textile craftsmen).

[email protected] hotel by Kengo Kuma, Sumida / Tokyo – Japan

01 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Conceived as an “Art exhibit”, [email protected] is located in Oshiage — an area which combines the historic feeling of the country’s edo era with a lively sense of Tokyo’s modern metropolis. At ground level, Kuma and his team have installed a dynamic lattice of timber planks that refers to the factories found in the region’s downtown district.

Base store by Minale Design Strategy, Hornu – Belgium

01 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

It’s not just a telecom store, no, BASE is firmly planting the flag and marking the territory of a new way of life – a mobile way of life. BASE is the loyal companion that equips us to explore this brave new world.

Vinovniki gastrobar by Anastasia Khalchitskaia, Saint Petersburg – Russia

01 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

In the design, industrial aesthetics are combined with graphics, eclecticism is emphasized by different textures in the finish: wood, concrete, glass, marble, steel and brass are part of the urban atmosphere of the wine bar Vinovniki.

Lululemon windows and instore VM by Lucky Fox, London – UK

01 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

To highlight the Lululemon Sweatlife Festival in London, Lucky Fox were approached to create a huge ‘wave’ wall installation in the Regent Street flagship, constructed from rolled up yoga mats. Over 1000 rolled up mats were required, cut to various lengths to engineer the ‘wave’, all weighing over one tonne.

Des Voeux Chambers by Plot Architecture Office, Central – Hong Kong

01 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Facing the entrance doors, the Chambers’ logo is partially exposed among the stone walls like a brass artefact being excavated at an archaeological site. Next to it sits the stone reception desk resembling a remnant of the historical ground.

Me.Linda Branding and Retail Design by Design Novarejo, Campinas / São Paulo – Brasil

01 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

With a new visual identity, the project team developed the layout and store design. In the visual identity, a more “feminine” color palette is used to create geometric graphics that give a dynamic and casual touch, inspired by the beauty market, but with a unique look.

Woodberg – natural grooming supply store by why the friday, Darmstadt – Germany

01 August 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The main element is a central zone that combines all actions performed around the retail experience: customers can sit down and receive counsel, or try Woodberg’s products at the sink. Surrounding this functional zone, several shelves for product presentation emerge from the shop’s rear side where the storage shelves are located.

ADCO Constructions Offices by Woods Bagot, Melbourne – Australia

31 July 2017 by Camra’s blog 1 comment »

Form and massing studies led to the creation of a unique screening element. Offering a new perspective to materiality, the brick motif was crafted in timber used in repetition with an application traditionally reserved for brick. The feature wall produced demarcates the space while allowing sightlines to be maintained throughout.

DANDELION CHOCOLATE Ise Geku shop by Puddle Masaki Kato + moyadesign, Ise – Japan

31 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

For this design it was our intention to express the existing beauty of this Tetsuro Yoshida designed building, complimenting it with our minimal additions to create a truly DANDELION CHOCOLATE-like space.

A for Athens Hotel and Apartments by DiP Architects, Levidi – Greece

31 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

It is designed to create a link with the city and the views that surround it and manages to combine the influences of the Greek antiquity with the latest design and construction techniques. DiP Architects intended to create a relaxing, sophisticated atmosphere using neutral colors, marble, wood, minimal furnishing and elegant fabrics.

Origami exhibition pavilion by Manuel Bouzas Cavada, Manuel Bouzas Barcala and Clara Álvarez García, Logroño – Spain

31 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The idea is simple; we want to generate an icon, an attractive exhibit that seeks to stir curiosity and catch the attention of the city´s inhabitants. But also, we want to show that the Garnica panels are self-supporting; we haven’t used any supporting structure or sub-structures. We have only used the starting material, the Garnica panels: 39 of them.

Mercado Libre offices by Contract Workplaces, Alem – Argentina

31 July 2017 by Camra’s blog 1 comment »

The core concept of the project has been the connectivity of the company with its users. The use of perforated shapes and materials that evoke nets, meshes and fabrics together with the use of vibrant colours provided material support to the idea. In line with the model established by the company, floors are organized in open plan and there are no private offices.

Letern anchovy sauce by Brandsummit

31 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Elegant and simple. A Premium, handmade product, made from top quality anchovies, for which a personalized lettering and an icon was developed. The result, a silk-screened bottle in a custom-made wooden box.

Dover Street Market, Singapore

31 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The store occupies a 12,325 sq.ft. [1,145 sqm.] pavilion-like structure with a high ceiling – at well over 10 metre at its highest – that’s marked by a series of colourful giant arches. Mind you, it’s the first that time colour has been used architecturally in any of Dover Street Market’s stores.

LINKIT Office by VOID interieurarchitectuur, Utrecht – Netherlands

29 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The ground floor has brainstorming spots, a lunch area, bar, playroom and various informal consultation places. We have connected these functions through a catwalk that runs from front to back across the floor. The new corporate identity of LINKIT became the guide to the décor and is clearly reflected in the pronounced color use.

COR Shop by BLOCO Arquitetos, Brasilia – Brazil

29 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The client´s briefing for the shop “COR” asked us to create a space that could work both as a showroom for a Brazilian brand of paintings and architectural coatings and as the backdrop for the display of the work of the furniture designer Paulo Alves, from São Paulo.

Morty’s Delicatessen on Star Street by JJA , Hong Kong

29 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The project’s interiors, designed in collaboration between JJA Bespoke Architecture, Morty’s and Kevin Poon, focuses on pushing the site’s existing back-of-house kitchen towards the front-of-house, so passersby can peek in through the restaurant’s kitchen window from the sidewalk.

BECYCLE fitness studio by götz+bilchev Architekten & Lien Tran & DRAA, Berlin – Germany

29 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

Whereas traditionally gyms have pursued a more neutral or even aseptic atmosphere, our proposal follows a contemporary spirit of uniqueness and simplicity by acknowledging the less pristine and natural side of things. Where old or even decay doesn’t imply outdated but quite the contrary, an opportunity to find distinctiveness.

Backdoor – Thai Bakery by OMY design, Tel Aviv – Israel

29 July 2017 by Camra’s blog No reviews »

The ceiling is constructed by a reflective prism-geometry element. One side of the prism is covered by stainless steel in order to reflect the light coming in, making the shop brighter and creating the sensation of a higher and more aired ceiling, and on the other side – a natural green veneer that compliments the space.