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The new ‘Your Studio’ site has been designed to frame the work and imagery produced by our company.
We are a hands-on, approachable, creative studio so having a website that projected these traits has been a key factor in the evolution of our design. Continue reading
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iPad Menu at Mundo Restaurant
Beyond an evolving decentralized shopping experience, retailers must begin to contemplate the impact of digital media and the effects it is having on purchase decisions. Connected devices, whether a mobile phone or a web-enabled in-store kiosk, are making what was once a solitary trip to the store a socially connected event.
Aesop Mayfair, London. Image courtesy of ‘Aesop and Studio Ilse’
We have noticed a transformation in the nature of Beauty Retail. Beauty stores are creating environments that both represent the brand and incorporate lifestyle aspects. Consumers who look to high-end beauty retailers for high quality beauty products are now looking for more. Continue reading
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'Inspired by Iceland' Image courtesy of Islenska Auglysingastofan
Icelandic tourist council recently launched a national campaign promoting the the country as a safe travel destination following a significant drop in tourists after the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull.
The potential of mapping technology to add a third dimension to building projections brought to you by idsystems:
As we approach S/S 2010, we thought we’d take a look through some of the most innovative fashion show and retail spaces of the past 12 months. Intelligent retailers such as Anthropologie (see our review here) have embraced the potential of offering more than merely a ‘backdrop’ to their wares, by creating stores that engage all the senses. Fashion on the catwalk has always worked on charging the emotion and the senses to create the most drama around the product, here we look at some of the recent venues used to showcase some of the most creative global designers work.
Rossa + Rossa's façade projection: "How it would be if a house was dreaming"
What would it be like if your façade could come to life and talk to your customers? ‘Urban Screening’ is when you do exactly this- using the entire architectural façade of your building to create full-scale graphics or animations. We look at the best examples of this new trend. Continue reading
“Underneath Day’s azure eyes, Ocean’s nursling, Venice lies, A peopled labyrinth of walls, Amphitrite’s destined halls.”
Francis Upritchard’s ‘Yellow Dancer’ from ‘Save Yourself’, installation for the NZ Pavillion, Palazzo Mangilli-Valmarana, Venice Biennale, 2009
As the sun rose and the art-crowds flocked, the great palazzos threw open their doors this weekend marking the opening of Venice’s 53rd Biennale, curated by Daniel Burnbaum and open
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