Tag: concept store
Once again the first week of the month rolls around so from us here at Yellowtrace HQ we bring you the Yellowtrace Spotlight! What’s happening in the world of design this month you ask? In our July edition you can read about a selection of the best submissions we have received in the past month, we’re talking – exhibitions, restaurants, products, art projects, office and shop interiors, etc.
The Awesomeness of Aesop will hardly be news for any of you guys. Since their humble beginnings in 1987 in Melbourne, the brand has gone from strength to strength. Year in and year out, product after product, store after store – Aesop continues to smash it out of the ballpark with their commitment to superlative design. But not just the sort of design that spends a certain amount of money on expensive finishes and insists on ostentatious detailing and high-brow design. No sir.
The FvF Apartment in Mulackstrasse, Berlin is a monster cool collaborative project between interview magazine Freunde von Freunden and Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra. The apartment has been re-built and designed in a way that allows us to consider how “a creative, mobile and digitally-oriented generation lives”.
Sssss’up y’all? Welcome to another edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight. From home renovations to new stores, we’re going to give you a good taste of what’s new and what’s happening. In this month’s design news you can read about Dulux’s colourful collaboration with Australian Fashion Designers, sexy new Goodman office by MAKE Creative, a beautiful home in Melbourne by MRTN Architects, a killer Paris apartment renovation by Cut Architectures, jewellery collaboration between Alpha60 + Melanie Katsalidis, new Douglas and Bec store opening in Melbourne and more!
P & T concept store is a brand new retail space in Berlin dedicated to those mad about the aromatic leaves and stationery. In case you failed to pick up on it, am absolutely positively head over heals in Extreme Love with this stunning interior. The minimalist aesthetic creates an atmosphere reminiscent of a museum rather than a typical retail store, and the overall feel is pristine, warm and inviting. It’s super cool, yet it remains inclusive…