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Stella Tile - created by Universaldesignstudio specifically for the Stella McCartney boutique, awarded title Product of the Year 2003 by FX magazine

Meet Barber & Osgerby, the worldwide known British duo that design striking furniture and decorative elements.

The Pelican Studio in Amsterdam by Framework | Yellowtrace the lack of texture gives the walls and overall sleek and modern feel

The Pelican Studio Amsterdam by Framework

Designed by Framework Studio, Amsterdam recently welcomed The Pelican Studio, a fresh new retailer that bridges the gap between high fashion & street-wear.

The Pelican Studio in Amsterdam by Framework | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/the-pelican-studio-amsterdam-by-framework/

The Pelican Studio Amsterdam by Framework

The Pelican Studio in Amsterdam by Framework | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/the-pelican-studio-amsterdam-by-framework/

The Pelican Studio Amsterdam by Framework

framework studio create a sophisticated interior using a harmonious palette of geometric shapes and colour for amsterdam clothing store 'the pelican studio'.

5 of the Wildest Interiors from the World's Wildest Decorating Magazine — AD Russia | Apartment Therapy

5 of the Wildest Interiors from the World's Wildest Decorating Magazine

5 of the Wildest Interiors from the World's Wildest Decorating Magazine — AD Russia

Pelican Studio Minimalist Store in Amsterdam by Framework

The Pelican Studio, located in downtown Amsterdam, is the brainchild of entrepreneurs Theodore Kuster and Jelle Lispet. The clothing store’s interior design, a concept of Framework Studio, offers a

Inspired by M. C. Escher’s famous experiments with perception and perspective, Roman architect Francesco Gatti has created an ALTERnative – you see what they did there? – fashion store for the usually conservative retail streets…  Continue Reading »

Offbeat fashion outlet toys with perception and perspective...

Seattle eyewear store by Best Practice Architecture is designed to "toy with perception"

Eyeglasses are displayed within a steel-framed enclosure that resembles a house in this Seattle eyewear shop by local firm Best Practice Architecture.

Stairs/black&white

These stairs are an amazing example of how too much can sometimes really work! Mixing graphic stripes with contrasting, yet compatible colourways sets it all off really well

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