Project Archive : Retail/Galleries

12 projects
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  • Agyal

    2006

    Beirut, Lebanon

    For Makam Art Gallery we developed
    a custom-made chandelier with an
    exposed electronic body occupying the center of the cross vault. It has eight movable ramifications carrying directional projector heads adaptable to the flexible usage of the space.

  • Bulthaup

    2012

    London, U.K.

    We dove into an open dialogue with the iconic brand, to create an installation that responds to their Clerkenwell space as well as our offerings. 

  • Denim Village Showroom

    2007

    Istanbul, Turkey

    Our intervention in this retail outlet lends the Art Nouveau ceiling and Ottoman-inspired interior a contemporary edge. The sculptural ceiling mounted fixtures are bold, but not out of place.

  • Daniels

    2013

    Bonn, Germany

    We were inspired by the different design languages within the space. The steel fixtures we created contrast yet highlight the links between them. 

  • Diptyque

    2015

    Paris, France

    We worked closely with the iconic brand to develop a solution that would retain the original atmosphere, but elevate it with a touch of modernity.

  • Graanmarkt 13

    2010

    Antwerp, Belgium

    For this multistory concept store housing a restaurant, shop and gallery under one roof, our involvement was extensive. Working closely with designer Vincent van Duysen, we created different elements for each floor, lending it a distinct feel and identifying the different functions of the space. 

  • Pas de Calais

    2015

    Paris, France

    For the Paris satellite of this renowned Japanese brand, we were invited to create lighting that also functions as hanging elements. Light was also distributed on specific zones so visitors could focus on key aspects of the space. 

  • Aesop

    2014

    Various, Worldwide

    Our collaboration with Aesop took place over several cities. Staying true to the core vision of the brand, the spaces were approached as a whole while remaining relevant to their context.