Posts Tagged ‘cosmetics’

Aritaum’s New Benchmark for Beauty Retail by Dalziel & Pow, South Korea

December 12th, 2017

As part of the new experience vision, we created a brand stamp logo, new Packaging and redesigned the staff uniforms in the striking monochrome and pink palette. The My Beauty Atelier concept is an exciting new direction for Aritaum.

Mußler Beauty by Notino store by DIA – Dittel Architekten Gmbh, Stuttgart – Germany

December 11th, 2017

The holistic brand experience is the focus of the design concept. Everything revolves around what the consumer is looking for in stationary retail: individualization, emotionality, social exchange and exclusivity. Even from the outside, a digital shop window beckons as well as the view into the store with its live promotions.

Ace Reserve packaging by Jodi Chan

November 29th, 2017

Each location of Ace Hotel has a different feel and look, but what the hotels have in common are an industrial look and feel since many of the hotels used to be former factories. To extend the feeling into Ace Reserve, I wanted to look into World War 2 to extend the aesthetic into the form language and type choice of the line.

Creme de la Creme store by Inblum, Kaunas – Lithuania

November 24th, 2017

The brief also included the requirement of the customer to install industrial-grade patented fume extractors as a practical feature to remove excess scent. Once installed, the monstrous hoods are reminiscent of a space station lab and serve as attention grabbing objects.

Aesop store, Vienna – Austria

November 14th, 2017

The setting, inspired by the plentiful art déco architecture in the neighbourhood, comprises of walls covered in a calming green hue, oak flooring, cabinets, a sales desk and paneling in walnut, and all with striking shimmering accents of brass, most notably the accordeon-like cabinet doors.

Aesop store by Snøhetta, London – UK

November 13th, 2017

An existing central column serves as a focal point, and anchors twelve silhouette-like arches that curve up and across to the store’s perimeter. These sweeping structures create zones of intimacy around a large circular demonstration sink that seemingly levitates in space.

Himalaya Flagship Store by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

October 26th, 2017

In a volatile growing retail market the brand expectation was to build a premium space for its consumers. A space that will allow the customer to browse, interact and spend more time in the retail space, thereby understanding the ayurvedic and natural way of well-being.

Healtheorem packaging by SOYUZ²

October 19th, 2017

The texture and foil stamping are what makes this packaging truly stunning. Pack identification is in a form of a plus/cross made by ’T’ and ‘H’ letters and colour squares are use for SKU coding.

Clinique store by Mapos, Hong Kong

October 18th, 2017

Inspiration for the furniture and pastel tone was taken from the mid-century era from which the brand first sprang. The point of sale, inspired by the clean art supply and magazine archive desk from editors offices, became an opportunity to express the heritage of the brand.

Fresh store by Mapos, New York – USA

October 17th, 2017

A custom Chandelier inspired by modern alchemy and made up of glass molecule-like bubbles emphasizing Fresh’s leadership in science and innovation.

Esika Flagship Store by Modulor Retail Architecture, Lima – Peru

October 12th, 2017

Esika a Peruvian makeup brand present in all South America. Makes its incursion in the retail market with this flagship store. This project was developed in conjunction with Intangibles Studio of Paris, and Modulor Retail Architecture Studio of Peru.

La Vall | 7h Progress Workshop by Pablo Berges

October 5th, 2017

Creation of a line of cosmetics for a hotel chain (4/5 stars): toiletries, items for direct sale, spa and gym.The Vall produces cosmetic products made with natural ingredients of La Vall de Boi, Lleida.

“My Amway Center” by Burosneg, Kazan – Russia

October 2nd, 2017

The customer saw the Kazan office in a new format for both the company and its customers. “My Amway Center” is a multifunctional space, the special feature of which was the emphasis on the interaction of the consumer and the product. Here you can not only watch and buy, but also try.

O.LIVE packaging by Aris Goumpouros

September 13th, 2017

Inspired from the classical Hellenistic era ornaments, the featured elements were designed to form a cohesive brand identity and give emphasis in Greek origin, quality and credibility. The O.LIVE symbol depicts the olive tree and it’s fruit in combination with the sun.

MAYSU Oriental Garden Boutique Store by Design Overlay, Xuzhou – CHINA

August 7th, 2017

From their shopping mall counter stores to their first and second boutique, we designed elegant & poetic displays by extracting the essence of the brand into a sophisticated & magnified oriental garden experience.

Etude House flagship store by Dalziel & Pow, Seoul – South Korea

August 5th, 2017

Filled with colour, charm and fun, the store has the feel of a real home with a blend of classic and modern details. Though the iconic pink roof has been retained, Dalziel & Pow introduced a secondary palette to balance the brand’s trademark pinks.

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

August 1st, 2017

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

August 1st, 2017

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.

CheongKwanJang HUB by Betwin Space Design, Seoul – South Korea

July 20th, 2017

Aesop store by Tacklebox Architecture, New York City

July 4th, 2017

Two of the walls are lined with vertical strips of milled pine plywood, oriented so the layers are visible. Shelves for displaying Aesop’s distinctively branded products that protrude from the wooden wall take the shape of upturned clothes hangers – “a subtle gesture referencing the former life of the building”.