Anna Sui windows Spring/Summer 2013, New York
The Roof Top Bar at Coast provides the ultimate alfresco dining and meeting place, coupled with atmosphere and sunsets to die for. The botanical landscaping, seralunga pots pod arranged couches create the perfect environment for a corporate or social after work drink, late night snack or party.
Inspired by the iconic visual identity of the 1968 Mexico Olympic Games, the bright piñatas and associated graphics are a celebration of the vibrant colors of Onitsuka Tiger’s Mexico 66 collection and of Mexican iconography.
Commissioned by the Bank of Latvia, design studio H2E developed a multimedia exhibition devoted to the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of the country’s national currency. For ‘Lsx20. Art Years of the National Currency’ in Riga, Latvia, H2E displayed currency designs and highlighted the artists responsible for the works.
On the first floor of both the lower and upper buildings, all guestrooms have direct access to the plunge pools of their own, representing the effect of being adjacent to the sea. Another advantage of locating the back building on top of the slope is that most of the guestrooms have clear view towards the sea, not being blocked by the lower building and other buildings in front.
To highlight the naturalness of «Vysoko-vysoko», the agency created a bright and emotional brand associating with childhood. «We show that the world in childhood is enormous, bright and fairy. And everything in it is simple and true.
Collaborating with German furniture company, Schonbuch, Emmanuelle Moureaux created a colorful series of storage units called Mille-Feuille.
In the reception and meeting area, we made an extensive demolition: we created a two-story high ceiling, destroyed the floor and removed every plaster of the original walls, in a form of “architectural archaeology”. Inside this space with a demolished aspect, we created a pure, clean, white path leading the visitor to the two meeting rooms – entirely white blocks inside those ruins.
A collection of plywood furniture designed in 2012, which includes a work desk, a coffee table, a side table and movable container.
Above 6 is located at the top of 6 Columbus Hotel in Midtown Manhattan and features a retractable roof which allows patrons to imbibe in any weather.
We worked very closely with Orla to create a memorable pop-up experience that meets her high expectations and grabs shopper’s attention. The result is a distinctive, lifestyle space that allows Orla’s signature designs – bright, bold and instantly recognizable – to make an exciting statement in a busy department store environment.
With Line Up we created a product that doesn‘t produce waste material during production because of the reusing of that material in the next steps during the process. At the end we have a nice combination that connects the two materials optically as well as technically.
The hotel occupies a purpose-built highrise structure by architect at tuns with a step-like façade of lattice of aluminum panels and wide glass windows. Equally modern is its interior by Feran Thomassen who crafted contemporary settings with a welcoming vibe, and which are an orchestration of sorts of dutch traditions and international modernism.
The new boxes and bags we have created feature styled product photography alongside journalistic ‘behind-the-scene’ images of wehkamp.nl’s employees in their work environments. The striking flourescent coloured ribbon and sign off (Greetings, wehkamp.nl) add personal touches to complete the design.
The 15-sq.m. shop-in-shop had to have various commercial uses: in addition to its sales function, the shop also had to be a place where demos could be organised as well as providing brand support and experience. Mojo fulfilled all of these requirements, designing and installing an adequate concept which captures the Italian urban lifestyle to a tee.
The interior design created by El Equipo Creativo emerges from this same idea, considering that Japanese cuisine is the basis of the nikkei gastronomy but wrapped in Peruvian tastes, colours, traditions and ingredients.
Dramatic installations, a bold colour palette and large scale graphics were used to define various sections, while sub-section panels break up exhibition groups and mannequins serve as a canvas for opinions, quotes and text, welcoming visitors and introducing each section along the journey.
Office is designed as a large open space, there is no room to make a rigid partition, work area, conference area, lounge and reception area. There is a huge wood shelves as space defined, a transparent large office bookcase trying to create a free and open work space, making it with happiness, equality, open working atmosphere.