2019 Best Interiors: an underground restaurant in Norway, a moody and verdant Brazilian penthouse and a millennials-driven working space in the Netherlands. Check our round up featuring some of the best interior design of the year!
BIG’s new ‘retail laboratory’ for Galeries Lafayette was conceived as an urban room for the Parisians. A grand staircase doubles as an auditorium, a golden ring of perforated metal creates a series alcoves embracing the atrium, and more…
The TriBeCa showroom features pastel-hued wall treatments and airy interiors framing Egg Collective’s new furniture collection as well as the ‘Material Matters’ design exhibition.
An aluminium perforated facade reveals the minimalist interior design of VISION STUDIO eyewear boutique by Studio Edward.
Ferruccio Laviani has designed Foscarini brand-new showroom which showcases a ‘motherly’ table lamp/vase, a half-Art Deco/half-Memphis architectural light-sculpture and a tubular metal floor lamp inviting to be moved around the room.
The first genderless voice technology and retail space but also a gender-free furniture and pioneering beauty brands… Archipanic explores the ‘neutral’ leading trend going beyond stereotypes.
Masquespacio blends the colorful vibe of Spain with German practical imprint for SOLERA supermarket in Cologne.
A welcoming art installation, a vertical pattern of white-glazed tiles and stainless steel display and shelving fixtures define Little B contemporary design convenience store by Neri&Hu which combines Shanghai’s spontaneity of street culture, vernacular functionality and timeless aesthetics.
UUfie re-designed the interior spaces of Paris iconic department store Printemps inserting a vertical dome which creates a game of reflections spanning across 9 floors.
A steel corridor, mirrored walls and a pure pink room shine at Normann Copenhagen showroom in the Danish capital.
Hangzhou design store For D. Casa by Gruppo C14, invites guests to discover Italian and international design icons by walking through floating stairs and interiors inspired by rhythmical geometries.
Are design malls and furniture stores a thing of the past? On the occasion of the launch of the new digital brand Qeeboo, ArchiPanic met founder Stefano Giovannoni, Nika Zupanc and Front to talk about new online business models.
Internet-based design brands and alternative models for online retail mark the beginning of a new digital era for design. And there might not be much space for those who dwell on the past.
Big figures come along with big questions-marks. Milan Design Week great success highlighted also with six emerging issues that will probably shape the future of design: from the Internet of Things to emerging Chinese design and the on-line retail revolution.
DIMORE Studio plays with green, yellow and light pink nuances to design Aesop tiny historical “bottega” in Milan city centre.
Dean & DeLuca presents the surrealistic CHEESE installation by Charlap Hyman & Andre Herrero who paid homage to the history of the iconic foodstore in NYC.
Wonderwall studio designs Diesel new store in Manhattan merging “a fashion alternative to luxury” with industrial design to create a “house of denim” for all the brand’s fans.
MULTIPLEX pop-up store: Tom Dixon and Wallpaper* rethink and foresee the retail of tomorrow at Old Sefridges Hotel in Oxford Street, London.
At London Design Festival 2015, Aria design-store presents Walala in Da House. Memphis-inpired designs and an 80s style installation by London emerging talents meet a proactive attitude that reacts to the city’s criticized way of pushing away its youngest creatives.
Pop band OK GO made a viral and colourful commercial for a Chinese furniture store turning interiors into psychedelic graphics and optical illusions.
At DesignMiami/2014, the Bass Museum of Art celebrates the work and persona of flamboyant architect and designer Peter Marino with a solo exhibition that cross-pollinates fashion, art and design.
Flow Design studio created minimal hook-less magnetic hangers to change wardrobe habits in retail design stores.
Zim&Zou studio designed a window for Hermès store in Paseo de Gracià in Barcelona offering a sneak peek into a fox’s home completely hand-crafted in paper.