The recent World Interiors News Awards 2016 gala evening was a night to
remember with over 250 designers, architects, developers and clients gathered
at the Design Museum to celebrate the industry’s most outstanding projects.
Once again, our warmest congratulations go to all of our deserving winners.
And if you’d like your practice to be one of next year’s chosen, the WIN
Awards 2017 are now open for entries!
In this issue of INSIDE we feature retail projects including two entries into
this year’s awards; Primark’s new Amsterdam flagship store by HMKM and the
minimalist Cutting-Edge Pharmacy in Japan by Matsuya Art Works.
We are also delighted to announce four jury members for this year’s Retail
Interiors category: Christopher Jenner, whose studio is working with a number
of luxury and lifestyle brands including Kusmi Tea, diptyque Paris and E&Co.;
Simon Mitchell joins us from retail specialists Sybarite Architects, whose clients
include Joseph, Stefanel and Alberta Ferretti; Paul Hanegraaf is a director,
shareholder, and creative guide to Milligan, a boutique commercial retail
property development team based in London and Barcelona and; Rowan Lodge,
Head of Retail Design & Development for skincare brand Aesop will be
rejoining the WIN jury to complete this formidable lineup.
‘I am so proud that our work has been spoken of with special
words and to win is one of the highlights of my 25-year career.
We had a wonderful night!’
Rob Mills
Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors
Finally, we are delighted to meet Rob Mills, joint winner of the Interior Practice
of the Year category. Rob has been inspired by John Pawson since he saw his
design for the Bulthaup store in London, so he was especially delighted to
receive his award in John Pawson’s recently remodelled Design Museum.
For further information about the World Interiors News Awards 2017, and
full details on how to enter, or buying tickets to the Awards Ceremony, please
contact Steven Penney on steven.penney@haymarket.com or
Gemma Norris on gemma.norris@haymarket.com alternatively
call +44 (0)1273 201 117.
>Annalisa Hammond, Editor
Paul Hanegraaf
Creative Navigator
Developments Rowan Lodge
Head of Retail Design
and Development
Aesop Christopher Jenner
Jenner Simon Mitchell
Rob Mills Architecture
& Interiors The WIN Awards ceremony at the
Design Museum in London last month was a
glittering affair. In attendance – all the way from the
beautiful state of Victoria in Australia – was the
Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors team. Their
long journey proved well worthwhile when
they were announced joint winner of the most
prestigious WIN award of all, Interior Practice
of the Year 2016....
Primark Damrak
Occupying an 8-floor, 89,000 square foot space
on Damrak, the spine which runs through the
city’s central shopping district, Primark’s new
Amsterdam flagship marks the latest milestone
in the retailer’s international expansion strategy.
The brief called for a concept balancing the
commercial needs of a 21st century fashion
brand with an architectural framework
reflecting Amsterdam’s unique character...
The Cutting-Edge Pharmacy
Matsuya Art Works
Completed in January 2017, The Cutting Edge is a
dispensing pharmacy located nearby Himeji Daiichi
general hospital in Japan. The Idea behind this
pharmacy is to promote the hospital by giving it
a new image, in order to stand-out from
the competition.
The keyword for medical-related design is healing,
commonly associated with peaceful nature.
Subsequently, this type of design traditionally tries
to incorporate natural elements like trees, green
walls and flowers...
RETAIL PROJECT Aesop Raffles City
Aesop Raffles City is situated next to Beach Road,
which traces the old foreshore and neighbours
other local landmarks such as Raffles Hotel and
St Andrew’s Cathedral. Drawing on the site’s
embedded maritime history and Singapore’s
significance as a thriving port, the store weaves
a two-toned palette from the romance of trade,
exploration and tall ships, and the weathered
durability of nautical materials...
ANDY MARTIN ARCHITECTURE Occupying the largest retail space on Savile Row,
the new Richard James store offers the customer
a more holistic approach to the flagship stores’
design that is articulated in simple, bold and
recognisable design features.
The extensive open space is delicately divided
in two main areas…
RETAIL PROJECT Jemma Wynne Showroom
Daun Curry A ladylike elegance and a flair for simple geometry
are some of the hallmarks of Jemma Wynne,
a jewelry label that’s based in New York City.
Interior designer Daun Curry, translated this
design ethos into a suitably well-healed showroom
space that is tastefully filled with myriad jewel
tones, patterns...
for Linda Farrow
Squire and Partners This collaboration between Squire and Partners
and Linda Farrow was conceived as an innovative
Christmas display for the pioneering eyewear
brand’s flagship store on Mount Street, Mayfair.
Based on Linda Farrow’s much loved brand icon -
Julian the Bear - and a shared passion for craft
and making, the bespoke window...
RETAIL PROJECT Solera Supermarket
Masquespacio Masquespacio just finished their last project in
Cologne, Germany, for supermarkt chain Solera.
Sevillian entrepreneur Pepa Bascón decided to move
to the German city Cologne twenty years ago in
search of new adventures. After several experiences
in hospitality, more than 10 years ago she decided
to set up a small store of Spanish products in the
center of Cologne, bringing the best of her native
country to Germany...
Nendo A complete redevelopment plan, covering both
interior and exterior design, for floors one to five
of “Siam Discovery” a large-scale retail complex in
Bangkok, Thailand. The existing building was deep
with a narrow frontage that results in a poor flow
of visitors at the front. To deal with this problem
the many existing circular atriums dotted through
the building were extended and joined up to create
an elongated canyon-like space of over 58 m that
draws visitors into the back of the building...
Studio Arthur Casas developed new concept
stores for H.Stern that evokes Brazilian identity
and the cosmopolitan design of the brand.
Architecture complements the delicate craft
of the jewelry by creating an evanescent
atmosphere that refers to a jewel box...
retail PROJECT The White Company
Home and clothing style brand, The White
Company, sees the re-launch of its Marylebone
High Street store, with a smart and sensory take
on beds and linens, designed by branding and
experience design agency, Household.
Beyond its style appeal across clothing, home
and fragrance, the latest store from The White
Company aims...
retail PROJECT Dyson Demo
The UK’s first Dyson Demo officially opened last
year on London’s Oxford Street. The concept
store store, conceived by Sir James Dyson and
WilkinsonEyre is the most recent addition to a
growing number of Dyson Demo spaces planned
for other major cities around the world...
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