It’s a joy working with passionate retailers to realise their store goals. So many design moments in this concept with a beautiful subtle pastel palette, and textural details.
This unique training space is therapeutic in itself, designed to recognise the extraordinary power of self-care, and integrate a number of therapy treatment and beauty rooms under the one roof.
Tranquil and calming space, escape the hustle and bustle of Norwood Parade and reconnect.
The striking Endota Spa shop front as seen in Artichoke Sept18 Issue 64 adding sophistication to the urban retail precinct at the restored Canberra Centre.
Book a spa treatment at Endota Spa Coolangatta and discover the new spa design, and the revolutionary spa packages and body treatments.
Where traditional Japanese meets modern urban dining. The new Fukutontei restaurant focuses on different levels of casual dining for fast turnover, as well as providing a distinct bar zone offer.
The newest store and conveniently located only a short walk from the Aquatic Centre, you can swing by and find your perfect swimsuit and then wear it straight away!
Gyoza Gyoza to the left, Unabara Lobster and Oyster Bar to the right, it’s a 'two in one' at the new Japanese restaurant in Melbourne Emporium.
The Pancake Parlour is an Australian institution, conjuring up a multitude of emotions and 'feel good' feelings of fun, food and memorable time spent with friends and family.
Gazman remains an Australian owned and family run company committed to supplying outstanding quality product at exceptional value.
Pop-up with mid-mall full commercial kitchen. The concept of ‘the pop-up’ has well and truly entered the mainstream in Australia.
The new fit-out is dark, moody and textured, but “The real strategy here is to provide an experience that creates intrigue and allows customers to see Japanese cuisine from an unfamiliar perspective.” as a result, the sense of place here is strong, the feeling authentic.
On a purely retail level, the designers’ response has been transformative. The new stores are designed to draw people in from a distance: the shop frontage is completely glazed, providing an enticing window to the carefully choreographed retail theatre within.
Glue, a brand synonymous with youth culture receives a shopfront makeover. We worked with Glue to refine an existing store concept, providing sophisticated detailing, midfloor shoe display systems, improved internal flow, and transparency with the shopfront.
JD Sports hits the ground running with first Australian store. Studio Ginger are currently assisting JD Sports to translate their retail concept in the Australian market with their first store opening at the end of April at GPTs Melbourne Central, VIC.
Swimwear Galore's Mentone store is both functional and beautiful. The main design focus for these stores is always to make the daunting experience of shopping for swimwear enjoyable.
Equip is one of the largest fast fashion accessories brands with over 130 stores across Australia and NZ. Operating in such a competitive market for over 10 years the brand was in need of a re-position.
Ra-men bars and restaurants have been popping up across Melbourne at a rapid pace for the last few years. Tokyo Tonkotsu commissioned Studio Ginger to assist with positioning their food brand in Australia's sophisticated food marketplace.
We were thrilled to be involved with re-positioning the Jay Jays brand, synonymous for fast fashion at easy on the pocket prices. This new store concept was launched in the brand's heartland, Fountaingate shopping centre.