• Drake’s, London by Hawkins\Brown

    Commissioned to redesign the offices and workshops of a silk tie factory in Hackney, architect Hawkins\Brown drew on the building's 1930's features to create an elegant and stylish headquarters and additional apartments

  • Spun Sweetshop by Data Nature Associates

    Data Nature Associates has contrasted a Victorian shop front with a space-age interior for this colourful sweet shop in London

  • C1 Bank, by Rob Bowen Design Group

    Rob Bowen talks about designing a very unusual bank in Miami

  • Patagonia, New York

    Outdoor clothing specialist Patagonia went industrial for its latest store, in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, for which MNA reintroduced a few elements from the past into the 19th-century old depot building

  • Denim Studio, Selfridges, London

    Denim, nothing but denim, could be a turnoff for some shoppers but this new space at Selfridges’ flagship store by HMKM has a feel of openness and light, plus a trick or two

  • Saint Laurent store concept

    Luxury fashion brand Saint Laurent makes a bold, minimalist statement in metal, marble and concrete in the hands of fashion designer and its creative director Hedi Slimane

  • Camper Store, Lyon

    Stairs on which to display the client’s shoes and for customers to sit on while trying them, and pretend ones as wall graphics, are the key ingredients in this simple but effective shop interior design

  • Pulsate at Capitol Designer Studio (CDS)

    Use one type of tile, only in shades of grey, to decorate an entire room... Lily Jencks and Nathanael Dorent created magic for this showroom

  • Hedonism Wines, Mayfair, United Kingdom

    In this retail project, lighting design has been used to great effect to focus attention on what matters to the consumer – the product. Jamie Mitchell reports

  • Level Shoe District, Dubai

    In two retail projects, interior design in one and lighting in the other have been used to great effect to focus attention on what matters to the consumer – the product. Jamie Mitchell reports