The Stick collection meets the Japanese brand Actus’ need of providing the Japanese market with a table that allows people to have meetings, eat and have fun around it, but the difference with this table is that it has lower proportions as usual.
Overlooking Grand Central Terminal, the new 65,000 SF headquarters for our GLG, the world’s largest membership for professional learning and expertise, presented us with the opportunity to shape the transition of their growing company to a highly collaborative workplace specifically tailored to host client-facing teaching and learning events.
This was just a clothing-fashion store. We have redefined the space and its destination, designed the interior architecture and the graphic identity.
The very expression of Hygge, a minimalist Scandinavian Design and quality chronograph watches. Featured by his diamond-pattern case side reflecting the facade of the architectural Taastrup Theater, Major Tse offered all his talents with a direct inspiration from the Danish architectural and industrial design and a rare sense of the details.
Concept and Challenges: There was a wide field where stood 3 tall trees. It became the gathering of a community of young promising kids. The code name was the one fourth mile being at a one fourth mile of their houses.
Task: To create a brand that fit succinctly within the Patrón portfolio that represented craft in a new way.
The concept of this fashion and multibrand shoe store, was built with simple design and materials. Using wood sticks on the walls and ceilings like a large shoe lace where the shoes are placed on display – yielding a three-dimensional construction involving the entire space.
A 35-foot living wall with over 36 plant species coupled with a three-story spiral helix staircase makes a dramatic welcoming lobby, and signals entrance to an imaginative custom workspace. Interactive artwork throughout creates a unique environment of engagement, and a creative home for Microsoft’s Cloud & Enterprise team.
Shore Projects is inspired by the elementary beauty and idyllic fun of the British seaside combined with the venerable look of classic explorer watches.
Shopping Centre Sustains Growth in The Hague. Voted the best Dutch city centre of 2013–2015, The Hague beat Amsterdam by actively working toward livability, a mix of functions, and a varied retail environment with well-integrated modern interventions in a historical setting. The New Passage by Bernard Tschumi – which opened to much fanfare in September – is seen by the municipality as continuing a positive trend in the development of the city’s core.
When we surf big waves, we need a flexible board, although resistant enough not to break. McNamara currently holds the record for the biggest wave ever surfed, and used boards designed by Mercedes-Benz during the big storm in 2013 to ride massive waves in Nazaré at 62.4 km/h.
Kosenda Hotel opened its doors a little while ago in the heart of Jakarta. An initiative of Ruben Kosenda, the owner of the property and an experienced global traveller, the place aims to fuse the best of local creativity with a high standard of modern comfort.
Franzese is a national and international luxury / lifestyle brand. Focused on quality Italian food and beverage items that are exclusive to the brand. Franzese has entered the USA market very strong in their first national launch with every Nordstrom E-Bar in the country.
French fashion house Dior’s flagship store in Tokyo by Japanese studio SANAA has had its interior overhauled by American architect Peter Marino.