Light shades of timber enhanced with blues and crisp white. New style of kiosk design for mall developments.

[Light shades of timber enhanced with blues and crisp white. New style of kiosk design for mall developments]

Takoyaki kiosk  Design by the other Visual by Benny Bey James

Takoyaki Kiosk

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The Poundshop Mobile Stand === I like the use of colour detailing here.

The Tetra Shed office module for open spaces.

The Tetra Shed bureau de jardin 2 thumb 179979 Tetra Shed office module for open spaces tetra shed offices modules

Local designer Emmett Moore designed this year’s Market, playing with the idea of an outdoor marketplace. It brought the beach to Design Miami: kiosks of whitewashed wood and canopies with blue vinyl strapping. Artbook was one of the retailers, offering a collection of contemporary design and art books.

San Francisco designer Yves Béhar has created a temporary beach hut installation to showcase his collection of surfboards and art

Make-u Kiosk----seems interesting and the idea of a walk-in kiosk is all the more enticing, plus the chairs could be used for Nail Art-Could pitch it to Make-up studio or the likes. quiosque

The shape of this kiosk-shop by Hiroyuki Ogawa intends to communicate the ‘organic’ nature of a fruit or a seed. Creates a self contained form in a wider open space.

Via retaildesignblog.net Designer: Masterplanners All photos: Trasko Industrial…

The challenge in this project was ensuring that with the relatively small floor space to work within, Masterpalnners had to ensure functional space components of the food chain were organised in a seamless yet fresh, new, fun and practical layout.

Beautiful signage by Hofstede in the Bendigo public library, Australia. Click image for full story & visit the slowottawa.ca Wayfinding board >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

Beautiful signage by Hofstede in the Bendigo public library, Australia. Click image for full story & visit the Slow Ottawa 'Wayfinding' board for other elegant solutions.

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