Archive for September, 2013

Lacoste 80th anniversary windows at la Rinascente, Milan – Italy

September 30th, 2013

“La Rinascente” in Milan celebrated Lacoste’s 80th anniversary with these vibrant window displays.

Polar Securities office by MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects, Toronto

September 30th, 2013

Polar’s identity is figuratively incorporated as Arctic imagery in the design: a fractured and minimal arctic landscape inspires the physical expression of the office, resulting in a white palette of sliced and folded planes reminiscent of breaking ice.

Yoko table lamp by Anderssen & Voll for Foscarini

September 30th, 2013

The base, which contains and conceals the light source, consists of two injection-moulded translucent opaline polycarbonate cups. The PMMA “bubble” at the top is achieved using an injection-blowing technique, this technique is very similar to glass blowing. on/off switch on the transparent cable.

La Suite West hotel, London

September 30th, 2013

Upon entering the premises, the visual drama is imminent when a corridor of ink-black marble floors leads you up to an elongated white marble reception desk. The colour theme extends into each room, where dark, individually crafted, four-poster beds and black rubber chairs set off whitewashed rooms and airy marble bathrooms.

3 Dutch Farmers Crisps packaging by SoGood Design

September 30th, 2013

The name was developed for the international travelers. The typical Dutch theme is visualized by a tulip shaped cutout. It underscores the authentic and natural character. The product itself is seen through the transparent foil.

Les Néréides flagship store by KC design studio, Taipei

September 30th, 2013

The selection of materials is the key to the brand. The main mediums are wood and enamel with a Southern French flare; elements of metal and marble are added, then each piece is finished off with the Les Néréides “natural” touch.

Kaiseki Yoshiyuki restaurant by Asylum, Singapore

September 30th, 2013

When entering the intimate 14-seater counter dining area, the ash paneled geometrical forms cast intriguing wall details in the warmly lit interior. Cutout windows reveal a glimpse of subtle color by the origami flower displays in the adjacent Horse’s Mouth restaurant.

Giant Paper Installation by Wade Kavanaugh & Stephen B. Nguyen, Ketchum – Idaho

September 30th, 2013

Their paper environments often resemble forests and trees, surrounding the viewer and adapting to the construction of their space by climbing up walls and suspending from ceilings.

BAUKNECHT showroom by didid, Berlin – Germany

September 30th, 2013

The presentation room, completely covered in 132 sq m of mirrors on the outside, picks up on the modern linearity of the BAUKNECHT brand, whilst simultaneously using its mirror motif to enter into a symbiotic relationship with the ballroom and thereby creating a link to the exclusive ambience of the hotel. The dynamic positioning of the structure creates a spatial experience of a special kind, as new viewing angles continuously arise.

Grand Hyatt lobby and lounge by CCS Architecture, San Francisco

September 29th, 2013

The hotel lobby and mezzanine are essentially within a cube of space anchored by two central elevator cores. This core has been covered in eucalyptus boards, from the ground to the thirty-foot ceiling, acting as a common architectural element to all areas.

Philab cosmetics packaging by Chris Trivizas

September 29th, 2013

Philab cosmetics packaging by Chris Trivizas

Kaiser Permanente Information Technology office by Huntsman Architectural Group, San Francisco

September 29th, 2013

Transitioning staff to a more open work environment meant supplementing with amenity spaces.Private offices double up as neighborhood project rooms via pocket doors with writing surfaces.

Liberty Decorative Arts windows, London

September 29th, 2013

Liberty’s latest windows take inspiration from a combination of Henri Rousseau, Memphis design and Africa.

Nickelodeon digital shop-in-shop by IDL Worldwide & Crack Experience, New York

September 29th, 2013

Five large format displays were installed with engaging and interactive content, including a playful ‘Do Not Touch’ Button. Upon touch, kids are greeted with everything from talking fish to flying doughnuts, ensuring that families will have an unforgettable experience.

Motto store by RCG and Marque, Auckland – New Zealand

September 28th, 2013

This brand needed to be distinctive, flexible and dimensional. The first step in RCG’s process was developing a name, brand signature, graphic and fitout system. Then a test site was chosen and the new brand and delivery system was implemented.

Hoodie collection by Werner Aisslinger for B.lux

September 28th, 2013

Werner Aisslinger has designed for B.lux Hoodie, a new family of decorative lamps, with a strong and sober aesthetic design that evokes a feeling of the 60’s, but with its own contemporary character.

Pocket Change’s office by Blitz, San Francisco – California

September 28th, 2013

Fostering a sense of community is important to the Pocket Change team. As a result, the team dines family-style in a communal dining area, and team members share desks. No one has a separate office, so Blitz added meeting rooms to accommodate conferences and the occasional need for privacy.

Diesel Village windows by Studio XAG, London

September 28th, 2013

Taking inspiration from the interior of Diesel Village’s Regent Street pop-up shop, we made these miniature lightbox houses with aluminium frames to fill the window and shout about the exclusive events happening in-store.

Reebok store in Covent Garden by Brown Studio, London – UK

September 28th, 2013

The retail experience is a laid back gym setting reflected by the use of materials such as plywood and rubber flooring. The product offering is clearly merchandised and easily navigated to find the best products for your workout.

House of Hackney flagship store by MRA, London – UK

September 27th, 2013

Traditional black-and-white Victorian-style tiling contrasts with the flamboyant decoration, and a new floral print, used for the papered feature wall and on the bespoke tiles to the back of the florist’s counter top, adds to the natural exuberance.