This noodle restaurant might just another cozy ones from the outside. The look of natural wood visible coloring this noodle house and with the support of dim lightning, creating a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere.
With a sperical shape and the letter m in the shopfront, we'll know that this is the famous chocolate candy m&m! The shape of m&m chocolate candy's filling in the interior as the shape of the store fixture. And the pipe containing m&m that flows into a transparant pole in the middle of the store, just like an imaginary chocolate factory. A colorful concept store that surely be liked by children and chocolate lovers.
Another yogurt store, here i come.... Flavaboom, Manhattan, designed by Dune. Impression gained is simple, clean, pop. White is dominating the interior of this store. Combined with pink and purple, it's enough to set them in the frozen colors.
16 Handles Yogurt, Long Island, N.Y., designed by Horst Design Intl. Inc. Various 'frozen' colors coloring the interior of the store, matching the character of the products they offered. Curvy corners seemed to fill some part of the store, the joined between walls and ceilings and also displayed on some fixtures.
A Taiwanese noodle restaurant, designed by Golucci International Design. The restaurant is covered with a dark color ceilings and floors and combined with a bright and natural color on some part of the walls and fixtures that bring the impression of elegant and yet cozy to the room.
Anybody wanna play dice? Fortunately the dice here is not to be played or rolled, but it does have other functions. Shoeisme, a shoe store with a concept of minimalist and flexible. This is reflected from the fixture used in the store. Dices here serve as a support for the product on display. The dices are arranged stratified. One dice makes a level of bench seating. Two dices make it a dining table height. And put it three makes it at a waist level. Simple and very flexible to display the products.
Look at this small coffee shop. Interesting isn' it? D'Espresso, a coffee shop measuring of 39 square meters, located on 42nd Madison Avenue, New York. Taking the idea of a library, books are littered neatly on the floors, walls, even ceilings! But these are no ordinary books, but a digital printings that covered the walls and ceiling, while for the floors, it require a special mold on the tiles.
Now let's see from a different angle. Imagine the room as the left wooden wall as the floor, the books as its walls, and the white wall with lights stick out of it as a ceiling. Its just like a room turn 90 degree to the right! Isn'it a brilliant idea?
77 kids, a children's clothing store located in Cherry Hill, NJ, has the area of 5,400 square feet. The zone is divided into two parts, boy's zone and girl's. Each has its own characteristics and uniqueness. For example in the boys locker it saids "keep out" while in the girls dressing room it reads "peace".
M Local, subsidiary of the big supermarket Morrison opened in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. With an area of 3,000 square feet, the store is intended to cater the buyers who likely to have fresh and affordable products.