Marks & Spencer window displays, Budapest
Archive for March, 2012
Designer Lee Hsuheng use of modern techniques to interpretation of the basic frame structure of traditional Japanese architecture, a large number of simple wooden framework of the performance aesthetics of building structures, the other showing the curve of the south of Chinese building roof with ink, the curve from the roof tiles in accordance with the beam the rack layer heightening, thereby emphasizing the beauty of this curve in the Chinese architecture construction almost incredible simple and natural.
Spain-based french designer Sébastien Cordoleani has developed ‘Roll Lamp’, a collection of pendant lights made from a single strand of cork. To create the lamps, a thin and long pre-glued section of cork is rolled into different forms around the base of the light – a process which has no material wasted during production since no mould is needed.
There’s no question the Aether pop up shop, which the L.A.-based outfitter has dubbed the AETHER STREAM, is one of the most awesome moveable retail deployments I’ve ever seen. In concept the formula is simple, take a 34′ Airstream PanAmerica (originally made in Jackson Center, Ohio — what what), hire Paris-based designer Thierry Gaugain to make it look like a bad ass hybrid den / workshop and then attach it to an especially made Armbruster WWII canvas army tent.
Proving that commitment can overcome lack of experience in sustainable design, this project was designed to LEED Silver standards by designers with no prior LEED project involvement. Key to the endeavor was the integration of a multidisciplinary team early on with an independent commissioning agent.
Last Friday, L.K.Bennett opened inside the Time Warner center. The British brand is known for its classic little dresses and trendy accessories, a combination that has made it a favorite with Kate and Pippa Middleton. Basically, this is where to shop if you’re looking to impress the world’s most imposing in-laws.
Tully’s Coffee Shop -Remm Kagoshima is located on the first floor of the high-grade hotel built in the typical shopping quarter “Tenmonkan” in Kagoshima. Thus, Tully’s was required to upgrade the facilities from the comparable Tully’s shops and correspond to providing breakfasts to the hotel guests.