For George Livissianis, good design is more than just aesthetics; it’s about creativity, personality and functionality. Winner of The Shopping Space category at the 2019 INDE.Awards, presented by PGH Bricks & Pavers, George shares the process behind the genderless salon of Usfin Atelier.
“There is nothing dustier than a conventional lighting and furniture showroom,” says Tom Dixon. So at Milan Design Week 2019, he opens The Manzoni, a 100-pax restaurant that will be his permanent base in mainland Europe.
Incorporating ‘moveable interfaces’ and display systems into its design for HAY Tokyo, Schemata Architects has allowed the temporary store interior to move and grow as its needs change.
Caroma on Collins by Archier combines a groundbreaking retail offering together with staff offices, all while ensuring a cohesive design resolution.
Sitting at the edge of the avant-garde, the latest store by cult Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster is an exercise in theatre.
Having orchestrated some of the most Instagrammed interiors around the world, India Mahdavi brings her signature aesthetic to Ladurée Aoyama.
Bringing the grocery shopping experience into a new age, Habitat by Honestbee, designed by Wynk Collaborative, layers technology and dining with the everyday essentials.
Here’s a fashion brand that steps away from the retail chorus line, to whisper its story in quiet and intimate tones. Women’s clothing and lingerie label Lonely uses its latest branding touch-point to invite the curious and deliver the unexpected.
HASSELL’s recent Singapore project is evidence that, in the modern retail landscape, the proof is in the amazement.