Posts Tagged ‘heritage’

Agilyx Offices by PMG Group, Sydney – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The boardroom stands as a clear cube allowing visitors and staff to connect. The neoteric design connects the phenomenal sandstone wall, timber ceiling, LED logo and glass to create a sensational synthesis of the suburb’s heritage and the Agilyx culture with technology at its core.

Casaplata restaurant by Lucas y Hernández-Gil, Seville – Spain

April 25th, 2018

Unadorned concrete becomes a canvas for the unmistakably contemporary character of the space. Over this canvas, Lucas y Hernández-Gil embeds a playful material palette – perforated-metal furniture and large circular light fixtures express a visual language free from local historical context. The furniture, designed by the studio, is grouped in colour tribes of vivid peach, blue and green.

BEN THANH Restaurant by NISHIZAWAARCHITECTS, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

April 11th, 2018

The inside filter, inspired from the high-side windows of the Market, is a large glass-jalousie partition composed of about 1,000 pieces of tempered glass. It breaks the reflection image of the neighboring cityscape and changes its visual appearance with various conditions such as the glass angles, the sun direction, the weather or the seasons – inscribing the building in a slow rhythm.

Hayman’s Gin Distillery by Contagious Design, London – UK

March 22nd, 2018

The period 450m² warehouse has been transformed into the Home of English Gin, a fully functioning gin distillery blended with finishing, quality and texture to achieve an atmosphere of contemporary elegance and warmth, nonetheless rooted in tradition and housed within a production space.

Discovering Taiwan exhibition by Studio TING, Taipei – Taiwan

March 14th, 2018

The electronic soundscape, the contemporary weaves and the animated projections of multimedia art enable the visitor to view the knowledge incarnated by the museum at the crossroads between the preservation of a heritage dedicated to the current generations and the scientific research which opens new understandings of the world.

Historic site transformed into luxury hotel by BLINK Design Group, Shanghai – China

November 13th, 2017

Created by Jaya Interior Design and completed by BLINK Design Group, who recently acquired the Jaya interiors team, the directive was to create an ultra-luxury property while preserving the architectural heritage and character of the historic site.

Reflets de France packaging by Maxime Genier

January 4th, 2017

Reflets de France’s products are issued from the French culinary heritage. But what would this heritage be without growers, men and women, young and less young, working every day to spread our land around the world.

Sha Li Wen Moon Cakes packaging by Charlie Leong

December 29th, 2016

Charlie designed Sa Li Wen to follow the retro style of the Republic and not to follow the current design trends with the hope to restore the brand.

Ted Baker store by FormRoom,

September 28th, 2016

FormRoom were invited to develop a proposal for various interior panel units of the brand’s Ottowa Store in Canada. The panels were based on the theme of construction toys, such as Meccano, and on items of Ted Baker apparel.

Hobbs flagship store by NOW, London – UK

September 26th, 2016

The retail furniture upholstery, lighting and individually commissioned illustrations by Mariko Jesse to the walls all reflect Hobbs British craft focus re-enforcing the brands heritage and authentic British aesthetic.

Siddhomal Group office by Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra, New Delhi – India

September 2nd, 2016

Walls were removed or replaced with glass wherever possible, materials were chosen to be able to create a bright and lively space within the given setting and restrictions. One can see a playful use of wood, stone veneers and colour inserts of yellow throughout the space.

Links of London store by Sheridan&Co, Toronto – Canada

July 22nd, 2016

In order to tone down the imposing austerity of stately looking interiors and mix heritage with modernity, a number of carefully curated and quirky props were introduced for the ‘story wall’ that would enrich the Links of London brand story around its jewelry and inject a touch of eccentric British humor to the space.

Parcafé coffee shop by CADA Design, London – UK

March 31st, 2016

The parks narrative is continued through the interior design, with branch-like food displays and a beautifully crafted wooden wall, which creates richness and warmth.

SuiteAmerica rebranding by Omnibus Design

March 4th, 2016

Starting with the basics of the logo form, typography, palette and brand voice, Kaiser and team dug deep into the company’s heritage and culture to develop an identity that both represented its upscale service model and modern approach to business.

Jigsaw store by Barber Design, Shrewsbury – UK

March 3rd, 2016

Brand personality is expressed through the carefully curated selection of art, books and salvaged vintage found furniture.

Sainsbury’s Central London HQ by Pope Wainwright & Wykes, London – UK

February 8th, 2016

The Sainsbury’s recognised colour palettes are used across bold graphics and signage to act as navigational points across multiple floors.

Heritage Store by Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra Architects, New Delhi – India

January 4th, 2016



To express the quintessence of the exquisite formal Indian wear for a male customer base, created by a label called Heritage, Deepak Kalra of Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra architects, lead a team to design their boutique store in New Delhi, India.

Bonfire Office by Webster + Allan, Perth – Australia

January 3rd, 2016



Bonfire Office by Webster + Allan, Perth – Australia

Heritage boutique store by RMDK Architects, New Delhi – India

December 11th, 2015

Close attention has been paid in detailing, using all materials in their true and honest form– rusted iron, reclaimed wood with elements of polished, and rustic copper (an auspicious material in India) to support the theme.

CLUB FRANÇAIS DU VIN by GENEROUS, Paris – France

November 9th, 2015



Generous develops the first ‘store-to-web’ concept for the Club : a space positionned as a bridge between wine enthusiasts and the digital sphere.