efficient furniture by iks Design

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Using the standard plywoods makes it possible to produce economically, furthermore able to ship at low-cost and purchasers are able to put it together without any screws nor hardware.

LinkedIn headquarters by Woods Bagot & Schiavello, Sydney – Australia

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As an analogue form of the social network’s sharing capability, the mega desk’s wooden surface begins at the reception area and then weaves its way through the office’s 3600-sqm interior.

S+PDA Barolo Christmas Gift packaging

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We began by designing the patterning, then applying it to the label, custom tissue paper and our small greeting card. A simple and elegant typographic approach, along with the twine detail, made for a sophisticated, handmade gift.

Vers Passage and Butcherstore by Arjen Reas, Zoetermeer – Netherlands

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By a newly customized lay-out there was more workable space added and by the use of a variety of materials, there is more focus on the product and the craftsman.

Nichigyu Japanese Hot Pot restaurant by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

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For the design of the partition arch we used the grid pattern wood panel with metal mesh screen to avoid not only block the space but also breaking the customer’s view.

Family Lab At Groninger Museum by Jaime Hayon, Groningen – Netherlands

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For this new space, Hayon has drawn inspiration from the jungle —albeit a modernised and highly stylised one, with a graphic and minimalistic mask motif discreetly represented in details all around the space.

Drees & Sommer offices by seel bobsin partner, Hamburg – Germany

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Technopicnic by Atelier Teratoma

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Technopicnic by Atelier Teratoma

Tandem Luxury Travel windows by Mateo Fumero, Barcelona – Spain

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Tandem Luxury Travel windows by Mateo Fumero, Barcelona – Spain

Eka Karya by Metaphor Interior, Jakarta – Indonesia

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The focal point is on the costumed gold tone hanging lamps that also brings out a luxurious detail for the shop.

Sponge Table by Schemata Architects

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The tabletop is composed of sponge sandwiched between thin wood veneers, so light that a woman can easily carry by herself. In addition, it is easily collapsible and portable, serving as an efficient tool to fully utilize the space.

YiğitAlp office by Guss Design, Konya – Turkey

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YiğitAlp office by Guss Design, Konya – Turkey

Azahar Orange Wine by Sabina Alcaraz

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We can’t taste it before buy it. This label invites to try and taste this orange wine. It is classic and contemporary design packaging.

Nike Performance Tight SP16 campaign, Algeirs – Algeria

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Nike Performance Tight SP16, Algeirs – Algeria

Schpoons & Forx restaurant by FormRoom, Bournemouth – UK

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In keeping with the luxurious restaurant interior, each of the 380 spoons and forks were dipped in a rich black and copper finish.

Khujo booth at Panorama Berlin 2016 by Werkstatt65, Berlin – Germany

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The design is based on the following principles: The beauty and appreciation of things, the beauty of things humble and simple in nature, the beauty of things unrefined and unconventioned.

Red Bull Offices by pS Arkitektur, Stockholm – Sweden

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The Red Bull logo with its sun, rhomb, bulls and font has given inspiration to the design. Leather furniture (bull), round furniture (sun), rhomb pattern in carpet and thin black lines (font) recurs in the office such as frames and furniture legs.

Laccio ceramic tile series by Dsignio for Peronda Group

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The strips run from one tile to another, forming a fascinating interwoven pattern that is emphasized by the slight textured-topography of the tiles and colors of each ribbon.

Dior flagship store by Peter Marino, Miami – Florida

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Obviously, the settings have a sophistication that matches the coveted merchandise, but avoiding a generic sense of luxury, the premises are dotted with commissioned artworks, most notably a video art wall by Yoram Mevorach Oyoram, and special furnishings.

Zwoosh kids store by Foley Designs, Bangalore – India

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Illustrations around the space blend fantasy with reality, weaving surreal stories children and adults can enjoy in equal measure, while still engaging them in fun and thoughtful ways. The colour coded zones meanwhile make it quicker to locate what you need.