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Category : Retail Interiors

04 Sep 2017
Historic brick bakery interior with modern installation of 12,000 magenta pink wooden rods hanging from the ceiling.

Pan Y Pasteles Bakery Is Pretty In Pink

PAN Y PASTELES MADRID BY IDEO ARQUITECTURA If you love the colour pink and pastries, you’ll absolutely love this bakery interior design. Sometimes a simple well executed concept can make a magnificent impact. This is definitely the case with Pan y Pasteles Bakery, which is located near Madrid in the city of Alcala de Henares. This stunning pretty in pink design was produced by the Ideo Arquitectura studio; by the founder architect and designer Virginia del Barco. The 150-year-old building was […]

18 Jul 2016

Reception and Retail Interiors of Mont Saint-Michel

Hi everyone, I have just returned from a camping trip around France which I took as a valuable opportunity to have a look at some French interior design and architecture… but obviously I was taking the opportunity to eat a lot of food as well because interior design and food are two of my favourite things. I would like to show you a very elegant modern reception and retail interior from the Abbey at Mont Saint-Michel (where they kindly let me […]

22 Jun 2016

You can get Ice Cream in a Cave?

Hi everyone, I have just returned from a camping trip around France which I took as a valuable opportunity to have a look at some French interior design and architecture… but obviously I was taking the opportunity to eat a lot of food as well because interior design and food are two of my favourite things. I will start off with a fun one which is an ice cream shop in a cave in Brantome – a lovely town in the […]

21 Apr 2016

Karis – Suppose Design Office (Precedent for the Urban Room)

“The space is for shopping but also for holding events. The concept of the store is space that is changing its view or atmosphere depending on where you are standing, such as caves or limestone caves. At some points the place offers a view to the end of the store, and also it has an area surrounded by the inner partitions. The experience walking through the artificial yet random space would be close to something like walking in nature. The […]

20 Apr 2016

John Lewis Pavilion – Grimshaw (Precedent for the Urban Room)

The Architects Grimshaw have produced an installation for John Lewis Department Store in London’s Oxford Street that is constructed using suspended cardboard tubes. The cardboard tubes all vary in length and are suspended between sheets of clear acrylic with holes cut through. Following the debut of the installation at the Oxford Street Store, it then moved around the country to Liverpool, Edinburgh and Cardiff, three of the UK’s other largest cities. The modular design of the installation allows for a […]