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07/24/2012

Also Seen: The Candy Room by Red Design Group

Influenced by the idea of designing a playful and simple space for The Candy Room, the design team painted the entire space white and relied on line artwork to produce the room’s elements.

By Adam Moore

 
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    White plasterboard walls are brought to life with stick-on vinyl graphics, while the stores inventory and display cases are responsible for adding color to the space. View larger

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    White plasterboard walls are brought to life with stick-on vinyl graphics, while the stores inventory and display cases are responsible for adding color to the space. View larger

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    White plasterboard walls are brought to life with stick-on vinyl graphics, while the stores inventory and display cases are responsible for adding color to the space. View larger

The Candy Room, located in Melbourne, Australia has a design that toys with the concept of illusion and draws the inner child out of the customer using a strong connection with fantasy, fiction and, of course, sweets.

Influenced by the idea of designing a playful and simple space for The Candy Room, the design team with Red Design Group painted the entire space white and relied on graphically applied line artwork to produce the room’s elements. A kitchen backsplash is drawn complete with a boiling pot on the stove; tables are actually white boxes with black line drawings. Keeping the space predominately white also allows the colors of the candy to dress the space.

In a sense, the interior design for the Candy Room creates the experience of a room without creating one.

 

 

 
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