The site was formerly used as office space. For the floor, we peeled off the existing carpet and sanded exposed mortar undercoat thoroughly to make it perfectly horizontal and ‘super-flat’. As a result we created unique random mosaic pattern-in some places aggregates are revealed, and in other places finer particles cover up the surface.
“Warownia” is the fourth and February (2013) part of the collection called “XII”, entirely designed by Karina Wiciak.The “Warownia” is not only a restaurant and a club, but also a magical place, where the décor imparts an intriguing, slightly fairy-tale atmosphere.
Picturing the vault between tradition and modernism has been the basic approach in the design process. Given partition walls were transfered into space forming elements to assimilate the three essential issues the collection, rough treated oak planks and bright twisted copper wire encased by a matt finished frame.
Research labs and contact lenses – the client’s main product – served as our inspiration. White exposed ceilings combined with glass surfaces combine to create a light and transparent space. This seemingly sterile aesthetic is balanced by green walls along the space’s main visual axes and functional solutions which encourage teamwork and relaxation.
Kyoob-ID utilises sleek lines and polished forms, leveraging on quality, refined touches, such as black marble and timber veneer, to portray stature and understated sophistication.
A form featuring movement and balance, the Walking Cabinet seems almost like a playful and harmonic dance. Legs twist in different directions on the pavement; the cabinet seems to pose a life of its own, en route to some other place.
Consisting of three designs made of 45,546 Sequins, they are a magpie’s dream. Actually, they are anybody’s dream where the sculptured shiny pixels capture the eye and create a sense of magic.
Sculpture and the nature of matter are the concepts we crossed to create the world of YURIKO. Pure matter and new volumes created by sections and unusual perspectives design an environment which is in details as well as emotions.
Low-budget and low-tech, the new interiors were constructed by local builders using traditional methods. KLab created a sleek version of the island’s famed architecture with its curved, whitewashed surface and irregularly-shaped openings.
The Solution was inspired by the blackboard of small New Zealand deli’s and bakeries. The typography was hand crafted by Jo Tronc of watermark illustration as both the client an Shout felt to live up to the brand name and values hand typography was the only answers.
A creative work is created and associated with color, form, view, and light the premises led us to work more modern and gave us more energy. As visitors are greeted by an elegant and sober environment where the view of the Old Town and Salt Lake will take place.
The first setting in which Who’s Who wants to be recognized is the animation of an encounter between a woman and a man; two hands trying to touch each other, quoting Michelangelo. Only the love’s spark can trigger the flame of creation.
The Lily lampshade will instantly bring a lovely touch of colour to your interiors. This reversible design is formed of six identical petals that clip together for easy assembly.