gorgeous furniture pieces by Krag Glassen
love the black and white simplicity with strong angles.
ties in perfectly with the essence of the brand.
all from retaildesignblog
One of my favourites that came up during research period for a recent project…
A material palette of sophistication and luxury. Cooler tone, yet balanced with the use of hardwood and carpet to bring in warmth. Loving the glass partition used and the clean and signature design of the display stands.
I was so pleased to see this particular shop in tokyo about a month ago. The experience was wonderful. The boutique emphasized a luxury experience with touches of mystery.
Here are more images from other boutiques
Been doing some extensive research on luxury jewelry brand and came across the van cleef boutique at the Prince Building in Hong Kong.
The design marries warmth and luxury seamlessly, creating a comfortable yet posh experience for its customers.
loving the curves of the display tables and the chairs to soften the shapes of the interior.
project by Pure Creative
Born in 1963 in Liverpool, England, Carl Warner attended the Maidstone College of Art originally for illustration, but soon discovered his true passion was photography. He then transferred to the London College of Printing to focus on photography, film and television.
Carl started out in landscape and still photography, eventually working many years in the advertising industry. Seeking new inspiration and direction, he happened upon a market with Portobello mushrooms that reminded him of trees from an alien world. This would become his first foodscape and the start of a new and exciting direction in his career.
Warner’s foodscapes have garnered international media attention and led to books, interviews and merchandising. The success has allowed Warner to pursue artistic and personal projects like the bodyscape series below.
Rather than food, Warner uses the human form to create fantasy landscapes. Chests, knees, shins and backs form the rolling…
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