All Projects

JURLIQUE

Landini Associates

06 Oct 2011

Jurlique is a botanical skin care brand, which originated on a beautiful biodynamic farm in the hills of Mount Barker, South Australia in 1985. After it was acquired by an international consortium, Landini Associates was commissioned to create an International Brand Strategy, new brand Identity, Retail Concept and supporting design system incorporating packaging and merchandising

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LEGACY LANDING FUELING AND CONVENIENCE STORE

Wolfe Architectural Group

06 Oct 2011

Client Objective:The client, the Kalispel Tribal Authority, desired a high end, state-of-the-art, mixed-use facility that would harbor a 5,000 square foot (464.52 square meters) convenience store and cafe, gas station, and RV station. Project Description:After completing their Northern Quest Resort & Casino, the Kalispel Tribe desired to construct a convenience store and rest stop

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REPLAY FLAGSHIP STORE

STUDIO 10 Bianchi & Baccioni architetti

06 Oct 2011

The new Replay flagship store in Milan is located is in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, just a few steps from the Duomo and where the retail stores in Milan are concentrated. The first important choice was that of creating an island, physically and mentally, in the urban context. The idea was to create an internal garden, a vast space that welcomes people walking by, offering them shelter and

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LOTTE DEPARTMENT STORE

id&design

04 Oct 2011

Design Mission: To design a one of a kind store for Lotte Department Stores located at the Gwangbok Harbor Front District of Busan, South Korea and consisting of 650,000 sq ft on eleven floors of retail space. The Market Positioning strategy was geared primarily towards a fashion forward shopping experience for the younger affluent urban consumer. As the first of 3 phases, this waterfront

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FLATFORM 322

Toby Horrocks Architecture

04 Oct 2011

Folding cardboard shop: A sustainable pop-up retail interior that is both playful and principled Interiors and products have a limited life span. Do you design for longevity and hope your designs don't prematurely end up in the garbage bin? Or go with the flow and accept that change is inevitable? Designed for a temporary shop display, exhibited as part of an Australian design festival in

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