News / November 08, 2018
BRANDLife: Concept Stores & Pop-ups
There is more to a concept store or pop-up than the products on display. Although they differ in lifespans and technical definitions, both spaces serve to form, nurture, and strengthen brand-customer connections in meaningful ways that cannot be done solely online. In our upcoming release under the popular BRANDLife series, find out how discerning studios around the world are creating authentic and delightful retail experiences through cleverly-designed visual identities and interiors; resulting in robust eco-systems built upon philosophy, style, and possibilities.
News / October 19, 2016
BRANDLife: Cafés & Coffeehouses
BRANDLife is all about immersive branding driven by the perfect synergy of graphic identities and interior designs. Coming soon in November, the book zooms in on cafés and coffeehouses around the world and reveals to readers the revitalising experience of enjoying specialty coffee accentuated by delightful collateral, furnishings and space design. Through a showcase of 57 coffee spots and six interviews with industry leaders and designers, this book tells how visions are materialised by expertly executed branding projects.
News / May 27, 2014
A bash for contemporary product design
DMY International Design Festival
One of the most dynamic design festival is back! Starting from May 28 to June 1, the five-day event that enlivens Airport Berlin Tempelhof will showcase innovative ideas and artefacts of interior and product design by over 500 creative units. Two of the new sections this year includes Social Design, which addresses the concept of social change and DMY Market, where visitors spot limited edition design objects. For tickets and details, check www.dmy-berlin.com.
News / November 13, 2013
You Are Here
Effective and compelling signage achieves a challenging balance between standing out and blending in. Separated into two sections You Are Here examines how new spaces and functions inspire architects and designers to innovate wayfinding approach, with a section singly focusing on characterful pictogram sets.