Versatility of the Clothes of Nature: Hanbok exhibit by Farming Architecture, Seoul – South Korea

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Unlike Western attire, which values stylish looks over the wearer’s comfort, the hanbok takes after nature with an aesthetic style that is appreciated more when worn than seen. The “clothes of wind,” designed by LEE, captures the versatile form and structure of the hanbok in a particularly stylish way.

Adobe snack by SAUT.

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Adobe snack is a personal project of graphic designer Samuel Rivas (Saut) in which a question has been: as serious a snack for Designer, flavors would have?

Ammos restaurant beach bar by Gruppo Decorativo, Kyparissia – Greece

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The main goal was to harmonize construction with nature. Therefore, the materials and colors had to be in accordance with the local environment. Natural wood, rope and fabrics were some of the materials that we chose for this project.

Symmetry Partners Offices by Amenta Emma Architects, Glastonbury – Connecticut

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The interior of the project is designed to offer flexible spaces for staff and visitors, while allowing for some areas with locked doors for confidential transactions required of the asset management group.

Volterman wallet branding by Backbone Branding

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Since, the product is more than just a wallet, so our challenge was to create a brand which will convey the benefits of unique functions and generate a strong emotional attachment to the product.

Buoono food hall by Giancarlo Volpini, Verona – Italy

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essence Maker Shop pop-up by ARNO & DFROST, Berlin – Germany

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The do-it-yourself approach of the store includes mechanical gearwheels, symbolizing workmanship. Customers can experience the entire process from development of individual nail varnish or lip-gloss to the design of the packaging.

Campos Barangaroo coffee kiosk by Woods Bagot, Sydney – Australia

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The design itself references the geometric grid on the base building’s facade, Woods Bagot wanted to instill a sense of purity and simplicity of form which in turn, manifests into a brass frame likened to a sculptural installation.

Avila Spaces Coworking Offices, Lisbon – Portugal

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The exterior lounge is an innovative area for a relaxing break without leaving the Office, or for those who prefer to work outside on sunny days, with all the comfort and accessibility.

Piaggio Ciao Racer by OMT Garage

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OMT Garage wins the Deus Bike build-off with the Piaggio ‘Ciao’ Racer’s sleek ‘Silhouette’. This little green bike’s low and slender body adds stability at high-speeds, while a natural cork saddle, and a tiny handcrafted tank keep weight to a minimum. OMT Garage’s brotherly owners felt they had to honor the moped as it was […]

Barrio B lounge bar by Ardi CC, Pristina – Kosovo

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We continued using raw metal in tables and chairs, complementing the triangular theme, and leaving wood as a warm add-on instead of a main material.

FC Barcelona 2017/18 Jersey – Premium Edition packaging by Oxigen

10 July 2017 by retail design blog No comments »

Both the functional design of the pack and its choice at the level of finishes has been a scrupulous study for its correct sensorial harmonization. Combining black Skin Curious collection® paper, with a black glossy stamping, makes it unique to each piece by playing with black.

Muraflex Showroom by Francis Cauffman, Chicago – Illinois

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One enters the showroom into an open gathering space, surrounded by different enclosed spaces that highlight various Muraflex products and glass front systems.

MarierWagashi cake shop by Bloom Design, Shenzhen – China

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Inside the space, raw stone taken from mine surface, original wood without processing, terrazzo flooring of traditional retro feature, these details abandon decorative or foppish appearance, instead, pursue authentic and pure beauty.

G. F Smith Paper City exhibition by various artists, Kingston upon Hull – UK

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Informed by the fields of contemporary art, architecture and design, the temporary artworks range from enormous sculptures to cut paper designs – all made with G . F Smith’s Colorplan range.

Gaggenau Showroom by einszu33, Chicago – Illinois

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The new space provides an extraordinary blueprint for a showroom, its 20-foot ceiling height creates a cube-like dynamic with a 3D feel. Natural light flows into the showroom through a vast expanse of glass that forms an entire wall and offers panoramic views of the Chicago River.

Lunapark coffee table by Alessandro Zambelli for Secondome

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Thanks to its special production technique, Lunapark’s glass flows into curves which define the table’s shape and, like poured sugar, contains tiny air bubbles which make the surface unexpectedly soft and velvety.

Kolektif House Levent Offices by KONTRA, Istanbul – Turkey

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The mini golf links framed in wood are in keeping with the concept of interior design that was designed to offer staff members the opportunity to break away from the busy workday to engage in an entertaining activity.

Le Zie Wine Bar by Afa Arredamenti, Pavia – Italy

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Distinctive element is the sparkling crystal chandelier that runs parallel to the bar counter and emphasizes the lines. Le Zie welcomes the clients in a cool place with refined interiors: soothing atmosphere for the two rooms located in the back side and furnished with comfortable sofas and stylish tub armchairs.

Caged Eggs Light Installation by Orikami Lab for The Dubai Mall, Dubai – U.A.E.

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It serves a dual function; a sculpture by day and light installation by night. The ovular inspired shape is a result of solid, stainless steel rods that are welded together to create facets unique to each of the 15 structures spread across the Grand Square.