Posts Tagged ‘products’

KKeC gift shop by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

May 26th, 2018

The unique character of the store gets its identity through the form of a hexagonal diamond shape, which returns in different places in the shop. This form determinates everything, from the contours of the new furniture to the graphic design.

Qarqa’ packaging by Yasmina Rasamny

May 21st, 2018

The project is based on two different kits, the “taster kit”, which aims at promoting the brand, and the “mateo kit”, which compiles the fundamentals of maté into one entity. Qarqa’ also provides a wide range of products, from different yerba maté blends, to bombillas and glass gourds, making the maté experience as accessible and delicious as possible.

Tra Dinh Tea by Dat Nguyen

May 16th, 2018

We re-design the whole old identity system and replace it with a new colourful experiment. This hopes bringing a new look to the market while other local products are still focusing on traditional design.

COSMO PHARMA by Fahrenberger, Gignac – France

May 9th, 2018

The construction materials used also played a big role in the concept’s success. Raw concrete was used for the floor and selected walls. Recycled and varnished wood panels and backless metal shelving structures were used to enhance the aesthetic value of these materials.

UNBOX Offices by Swiss Bureau Interior Design, Dubai – UAE

May 3rd, 2018

Using hues of blue and turquoise with neutral greys and white, the office feels light and fresh, inviting and energizing. The carpet is a strong element with geometrical patterns taking precedence as it is combined with playful shades of light blue. The motivational and inspirational graphics on the walls allow of a relaxed environment where work and collaboration are always celebrated and encouraged.

MÀM Thai Curry by Thitipol Chaimattayompol

May 1st, 2018

On the front side of the package show the explanation and comparison of different types of Thai curries that help customer diced what kind of flavors they want. On the side of the package also indicates the spicy level of the curries.

Antidote flagship store by Atelier de Yavorsky, Miami – Florida

April 30th, 2018

The interior combines industrial materials with a sophisticated palette of pink, green, blue and yellow. A thick pale-pink stripe surges down the centre of the concrete floor, topped by assemblages of geometrically shaped fixtures that elevate the products with colour.

Steve Stool and Bench by Liqui Group

April 26th, 2018

The Steve Stool and Bench follow a strictly minimal and geometric approach to adaptable seating, combined with its generous scale this range of commercial furniture has a bold but uncluttered aesthetic that is able to be moved with ease.

Regiolux & lichtwerk at light+building 2018 by kluge retail.brand.architecture, Frankfurt am Main – Germany

April 24th, 2018

The architects of kluge retail.brand.architecture followed the idea of huge LightClouds floating above the stand site. These key elements serve as basis for the three-dimensional brand representation, structure the stand space and create a high name recognition of both Regiolux and lichtwerk.

DELETE salon deisgn & branding by Brandnew brand designers, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 23rd, 2018

Delete was born out of a desire to address and excel in all of these areas. Brandnew journeyed with them through designing the identity, salon environment, uniforms, products and communication templates. It is a truly integral approach and an example of what we call ‘Brand Design’.

Cooper Tub Chair by Liqui Group

April 22nd, 2018

The Leather Tub Chair, with their distinctive oak legs, are also available in a variety of fabrics, including mohair, and as Liqui only manufactures to order, you can even specify your own materials. With a generous reclining position and deep seat, they are ideal for hotel or office reception chairs but would work just as well in a variety of hospitality and commercial interiors.

Frantoio Verna – Olive Oil Mill by Concept Store

April 19th, 2018

The new project develops coherently throughout its range on offer up to the tools of its institutional communication. The cohesive use of the new image and the combination of materials and finishings redefine the positioning of products enhancing their identity and family feeling at the same time.

Kale exhibition by Demirden Design, Istanbul – Turkey

April 16th, 2018

Located in the center of the exhibition, the section called “Kale Lab” is designed as an experience area where visitors can design their own tiles. The open space meeting area around the experience area offers a natural and open-minded communication platform with an atmosphere of sincere communication.

Oyster chair by Arturo Tedeschi (A>T) + Mindesk VR

April 14th, 2018

OYSTER chair is the first prototype designed using virtual reality techniques and manufactured through a 3D milling machine, remotely controlled. OYSTER anticipates future scenarios of smart working and features synergy between the expertise of Arturo Tedeschi in the field of generative modeling and the implementation of Mindesk’s Virtual Reality CAD interface.

GreeThings from Croatia packaging by Magdalena Krpina Zdilar

April 12th, 2018

Products are packaged into color divided groups based on their characteristics and the way they are used. By using each of them, there is (basically) a single sensation through which a person experiences this product, so we have those who are experiencing touch (hand-cream, labels, bath salt…), smell (spices, candles…), flavor (sauces, candies, wine…), vision (visually rich Croatian illustrations in coloring book, puzzles, notebook, magnet clips, coasters etc.).

Herit chair by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen

April 12th, 2018

Simon Legald used oak and plastic when creating this chair for Normann Copenhagen, which seeks to combine mid-century and contemporary Danish design in its form. Launching during this month’s Milan design week, the Herit chair – short for heritage – features a solid oak frame, an enveloping plastic backrest, and a sculpted plastic or upholstered seat.

WEX Photo Video store by Ormerod Sutton Architects, London – UK

April 12th, 2018

OSA designed areas including a drone flight zone, events theatre, gallery and created bespoke play tables. OSA also chose specific materials and colours to ensure that the black products stood out, whilst also ensuring that Wex’s brand identity wasn’t compromised. OSA also specified several sustainable elements, such as flooring constructed from cacao chips and crushed cocoa shells, and LED lighting across the store.

Asana chairs by Ronda Design

April 9th, 2018

Generous shapes for a comfortable seat, fine upholstery covers that enhance the effect of the workmanship and the detailing in the padded backrest featuring a slightly pleated effect at the base ensure the entire collection proves to be sophisticated and feminine as well as particularly original.

SMULD HOUSE- Scented Identity by Huei-Tai Chen

April 9th, 2018

Following the Modular System to reinforce the branding identity and image consistently. Other than just repeating the format, I applied the concept of “modular” to almost every aspects of the design to create a synergy to communicate with the target audiences.

Benetton flagship store, London – UK

April 5th, 2018