Strellson store by Blocher Blocher Partners, Berlin
LDC began with the daylight design for the project, locating skylights strategically to create particular daylight and sunlight effects, for example in the foodcourt areas circular skylights with decorative timber cone features were introduced.
Marina Militare is a line designed and created for all those men and women who still strongly believe in values such as honor, glory, honesty, respect and country; people who will never forget their traditions, but will keep them alive and pass them on to future generations.
Dynamic amenity spaces fill the floor plate interior with a centralized “hub” that fosters spontaneous collaboration. Bright colors enliven the hub’s café-style coffee pantry with tufted banquette seating, lounge-style areas, booths for more private meetings, marker boards for ideation, and an extra-large, divisible conference room opening up to the whole space.
Occupying two floors of 3000sft in a modern structure, the store interior has the vibe of a plush gentleman’s den and features a subtle blend of contemporary style and mid-century elements. Contemporary furniture, wall panels and framed photographs heighten the sense of a kind of homely hospitality.
Even more expression is introduced in the ceiling, which is transformed from a surface into volume with the use of lighting fixtures, developed especially for the project. Ceiling reflects the dynamic of motion through the forest. Each light is the size of an adult man; the dynamics of drafted paths leads them through the entire building.
Desigual is characterized by its different, optimistic and colourful designs. The company began trading in 1984 using the slogan: ‘Desigual, it’s not the same’. The company currently employs a workforce of over 3500 people representing 83 different nationalities.
WOODi furniture is created by inspiration of the Scandinavian design tradition, implementing new and original perspective. Our business started when founders tried to furnish their homes, they didn’t like the stuff they could afford and they couldn’t afford the stuff they liked.
The design concept reflects Virgin Holidays’ style of holiday offer, exciting and unique with magic touches. As the customer enters the store they are greeted by a wall of red hands offering brochures.
The new branding and packaging looks to dial up the luxury credentials of the products and capture the ceremonial nature of these perfectly formulated health and beauty products.
OGE&CO. Japanese premium denim brand dedicated to an all female market was established in 2011 and is actively sold in the premium segment in 11 countries including South Africa, Canada & America.
The new office consists of four buildings linked by a connecting atrium. The colour scheme of the project is based on the four elements, earth, fire, wind and water, which are expressed in the office spaces of the four different buildings.
Occupying a unit of 500 sqm. [5,382 sq.ft.] on the second floor, it boasts a sleek interior with a striling curved ceiling and curved walls that have been designed by Fukuoka-based architect Koichi Futatsumata. In line with its mission to nurture new artistic talents, the new Joyce boutique will also serve as a platform for cool emerging artists from around the planet.
Jacco Maris’ Solo pendant is named after his beloved dog, a wandering hound he found near Pompeii whom he calls an Italian wonder-dog! The paw print on the fixture is Solo’s signature!
The design is organized to provide gathering spaces, open workstations, private offices, meeting rooms, and heads-down “pods” that can be easily navigated. Glass-walled meeting rooms along the expansive lobby’s ocean side allow daylight to spill through.
Fendi presents the Crayons collection in a temporary installation inspired by the many colors of crayons, at Galeries Lafayette until June 25th.