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#GuardianCoffee for the Guardian, by Mohawk

#guardiancoffee is a pop-up space operated by the Guardian that aims to ‘bring open journalism to life’. It is situated in East London’s Boxpark, and visitors can interact with Guardian journalists and work using free wifi. The menu is designed in an infographic style, while bespoke wallpaper tells the story of the Guardian’s presences in ‘tech city’ and features Guardian technology editor Jemima Kiss.


Hershesons Flagship, by gpstudio

Gpstudio redesigned the flagship store for haircare brand Hershesons on London’s Conduit Street. The store uses a palette of marble, brass, wood and polished plaster. In a break from traditional salon design, the workstations are moved away from the walls and transformed into a metal, cantilevered workstation in the middle of the room which spans across two floors.


House of Hackney Flagship, Shoreditch High Street, by MRA Architecture & Interior Design

MRA was tasked to create the first flagship store for interiors and fashion store House of Hackney. The store is devised as a series of themed rooms including Garden, Fabric and Fashion. Features include a series of room sets in the furniture showroom and an iPad EPOS system, directly linked to the website ordering system.

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