Posts Tagged ‘London’

Butchies restaurant by Block1: Design, Shoreditch / London – UK

December 9th, 2017

We started by looking at urban spaces and focused on the tile patterns of the Berlin underground. This is where we found the green tones which work to create a premium feel within the space as well as introducing an unexpected colour. We played with scale and colour to create interest and texture on the walls and counter.

Maison Kitsuné flagship store by Mathieu Lehanneur, SoHo / London – UK

December 6th, 2017

His solution was to conceive a series of white, high-ceilinged rooms with mouldings and phantom window panes that recall the Haussmannien architectural style of Parisian apartments. Snaking through these rooms is a curvilinear, bi-chromated steel tube that manifests as a tentacular foreign body.

Lighting design for Richmond Buildings by HL Studio, Soho / London – UK

November 24th, 2017

The lighting scheme features a family of light sources, including pendants, wall lights and low-level lighting – this allows different moods to be created, while maintaining continuity. The luminaires highlight the materials, textures and architectural elements creating focal points, for example, feature pendants above the stairs, kitchen islands and dining areas, and five-amp circuits throughout, give residents the freedom to create their own ambience.

Biju tea room by Gundry & Ducker and Ico Design, London – UK

November 23rd, 2017

Rather than conventional seating, we created an internal landscape that people can occupy as they choose. At the centre of the room is the preparation kitchen, inspired by a cocktail bar, the idea was to display the raw materials and celebrate the theatre of the preparation of the tea.

Sonos store, London – UK

November 16th, 2017

The ground floor features homey settings two house-shaped listening rooms, created with various materials and surfaces to improve the acoustics, including rugs, bookshelves and glass, and adorned with colourful artwork by local artists Neil Raitt and Camille Walala.

Yeotown Kitchen by Brand Creative, London – UK

November 15th, 2017

The positioning for Yeotown Kitchen was defined as ‘a mindful food experience’, inspired by the laidback, healthy feel of LA whilst alluding to the the serene nature of the Yeotown British coastal lifestyle. Brand Creative went on to develop the concept from their Dubai studio, combining natural textures with bright pops of colour to envisage a modern, health-conscious city retreat.

Reserved by Studio 1:1, London, Oxford St. – UK

November 14th, 2017

Minimalist movables and built-in furniture become a backdrop for clothing, only the ceiling built of polygons and triangles which create an illusion of paper-thin planes, creates a strong, dynamic feature for the interior.

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.

Hunter by Umdasch Shopfitting, London – UK

November 10th, 2017

In future a new, flexible shopfitting system by Umdasch Shopfitting will be used to transport the corporate identity of Hunter even more clearly. First showrooms, amongst others in Londons Regent Street, were fitted out with furniture in autumn 2016. The global rollout will take place from February 2017.

Prezzemolo & Vitale London Store by Studio DiDeA & AFA Arredamenti, Chelsea / London – UK

November 8th, 2017

The shop combines the traditions of a neighbourhood store with a high end deli selling only the very best, traditional Sicilian as well as Italian delicacies, and it shows two large windows at street level with an inside space of 160 square meters on one floor.

Interiors and branding for Fancy Crab restaurant by DesignLSM, Marylebone / London – UK

November 8th, 2017

DesignLSM’s brief was to encapsulate the provenance of the Red King Crab into the interior and branding of the scheme; creating a refined dining destination that would attract city workers and tourists within the area.

Science Museum by Coffey Architects, London – UK

November 6th, 2017

Science Museum by Coffey Architects, London – UK

The Bolt by Giles Miller Studio, London – UK

November 4th, 2017

The Bolt by Giles Miller Studio, London – UK

Bloomberg’s European headquarters by Foster + Partners, London – UK

October 28th, 2017

Bloomberg Arcade is now a key route for people moving around the City, with restaurants and cafes at ground level, set back behind an undulating façade under a covered colonnade.

IHG Crowne Plaza by Matthews Mee Ltd., London – UK

October 26th, 2017

Complemented with limed oak & carrara marble sufaces, delicate & elegant fret lazer cut steel screen divide the spaces without creating barriers & provide enticing glimces from one to the next, finished off with bespoke over scaled art work & mirror to add interest & reflect light.

Wedlake Bell Office by Oktra, London – UK

October 25th, 2017

A neutral and professional colour palette was incorporated into the furniture, fabrics and floor finishes using bold colors, derived from Wedlake Bell’s branding, as striking accents in their breakout area and open plan workspace.

Tommy Hilfiger x Gigi Hadid fashion displays at London Fashion Week by StudioXAG, London – UK

October 18th, 2017

In Selfridges windows, mannequins stand amongst moire rings, which create anoptical illusion as onlook-ers walk by. Product from the collection is highlighted by bespoke-made neon rings, echoing the circular theme of the windows.

Not Just A Shop from UAL, London – UK

October 16th, 2017

University of the Arts London (UAL) has launched a pioneering new retail space this autumn, selling design-led products and artwork from its abundance of talented alumni.

Pentatonic pop-up store by LuckyFox, London – UK

October 12th, 2017

The new company with a simple but revolutionary mission –to turn our trash into beautiful homewares –tasked LuckyFox to transform the 3,000 square foot empty space in the heart of Shoreditch, East London into a gallery style showroom. This is the public’s first opportunity to touch, feel, build, try and buy its products in person.

CareerBuilder Office by Oktra, London – UK

October 10th, 2017

The main design attractions include the feature timber wall, the luminous textile panels triggered by motion and the network of exposed building services arranged to resemble art on the ceiling. Injections of bright purple, yellow and green were introduced into both the furniture and walls.