Brussels, Belgium, 2013-09-30 -
The Commerce Design Brussels contest encourages, as like other countries, collaborations between retailers and design professionals within the Brussels Region. (First initiative taken by the city of Montréal in 1995). COMMERCE DESIGN is about designing a total concept, a new image and identity, a new (interior) architecture, a good (graphic) communication for a Commerce.
The awards show that investing in this new COMMERCE DESIGN has an positive influence on several levels : it helps attracting new clients, it gives a new image to the commerce, it helps creating a real difference with concurrents and is an added value for the communication.
A simple analysis of the competitions winning projects already reveals that the professional and creative development is clearly no longer reserved for the luxury sector or chic and trendy neighborhoods but spreads to all municipalities of the Region.
Design September organizes the Awards with the support of the City of Montreal, the Brussels-Capital Region, Atrium, MAD Brussels as well as with institutional and private partners.
AUB-SVP - Schildknaapstraat 36, B1000
by Lens Architecten
DELBOVE - Rue de l’Abbaye 67, B1050
by Christophe Remy
GARAGE À MANGER - Rue Washington 185, B1050
HOPDOG - City 2 - Rue Neuve 123, B1000
by Unid Design
JOYA BRUSSELS - Rue Antoine Dansaert 175, B1000
by Ariane van Dievoet
MA - Chaussée de Forest 314, B1190
by Marina Bautier
PIMPINELLE - Rue de Flandre 57, B1000
by Aline de Gottal et Pierre-Philippe Duchattelet
PTYX - Rue Lesbroussart 39, B1050
by Edena Architectes
SMETS PREMIUM STORE - Chaussée de Louvain 650, B1030
by Zoom Architecture (Florent Cenni et Estelle Benatar)
UNICO - Rue de la Longue Vie 48, B1050
by Atelier Dynamo
COMPOSITION OF THE JURY
President Marie-Josée Lacroix (Commerce Design Montréal)
Dominique Boudin (Commerce Design Lille)
Dieter Van den Storm (BOZAR design)
Martin Ringlet (Atrium)
Alexandra Lambert (MAD Brussels)
Chloé Roose et Sarah Cisinski (blog ‘Brussels Kitchen’)
Tom Tack (blog ‘I love Belgium’)
Julie Brunel (consultant)