Experiential design mastermind Landini Associates has collaborated with Australian jewellery label Sarah & Sebastian to create a retail space that is the essence of understated luxury and avant-garde innovation.
When Nicola Lie asked MAKE Creative to give her boutique, Poepke, a redesign and refresh the cross-disciplinary design duo, Antonia Pesenti and Patricia Bondin were thrilled to be a part of the transformation.
As the winners for the INDE.Awards 2019 was recently announced, it is only fitting to look at how the Shopping Space category has evolved and why.
Not Just a Shop, designed by Yatofu Creatives, is a lifestyle concept store renowned in China for its eclectic assortment of products from around the world.
There is no better environment to look at a Tiffany diamond than one with an abundance of natural light. That is what Richard Moore had in mind for Tiffany & Co.’s recently opened new flagship store in Sydney.
The Shopping Space category for the INDE.Awards focuses on retail projects that exemplify design and caters to changing consumer behaviours.
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.
How do you add emphasis and a point of difference when working with a cookie-cutter building shell? Space Popular created a monochrome backdrop to let a collection of custom furniture visually punch through.
The “raw beauty, tough femininity and effortless cool” that weave together to fashion the DNA of Australian fashion label, Aje, have been translated into interior architecture by We Are Triibe for the label’s latest retail store in Claremont Quarter, Perth.