Red Design Group is an Australian company that creates creative and exciting environments for retail business across the board and they even have quite a space of their own. One of their recent projects was a candy store called Sweet Enough, also located in Melbourne.

The Candy Room by Red Design Group

An exclusive, boutique candy store designed by the RED DESIGN GROUP – Australia’s leading retail designers. The founders of Candy Room approached RED DESIGN GROUP with a brief for a store that had to be edgy, humorous and uniquely.

The Grill table by Zeren Saglamer

Furniture and product designer Zeren Saglamer designs Grill, a half solid surface and half cage-like table. A thin black iron frame cleanly .

Modern and contemporary Danish and Scandinavian style Copper and Metal Side Tables.

Modern and contemporary Danish and Scandinavian style Copper and Metal Side Tables. Can be together as a coffee table or split as side tables.

Piano shelf by Sebastian Erraruriz Available in black or white. Completely adjustable to whatever size object you want to store or display. Folds flat against the wall when not in use. Smart.

Wonderful Piano Shelf by Sebastian Errazuriz

The Piano Shelf: New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz . It folds flat when not in use, occupying zero space in the room. Once you need to store something – simply unfold the sufficient number of ‘keys’ to accommodate the item.

Minimalist Individu Bench Design

Individu executed in Accoya wood, is a public outdoor seating furniture, repeating one element to create a seating opportunity. This creates a direct dialogue between itself and the space in which it is located.

Minimalist Wire sculptures by Anya Zholud

Loving the artwork of Russian artist Anya Zholud: Minimalist Wire Sculptures

l’artiste danois Olafur Eliasson a réalisé il y a quelques années ce tunnel de verre coloré.

One-way colour tunnel par Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson: One Way Colour Tunnel 2007 Olafur Eliasson’s colorful, kaleidoscope-like glass tunnel comes to life when you stroll through it one way, but if you look back over your shoulder, the panels appear black.