Hilton Lobby Bar by Pascal Arquitectos, Mexico City
DAY Birger et Mikkelsen is a Danish fashion company with collections for women, men and home interiors.
JAMESPLUMB created this discreet addition to their award wining interior design for Hostem, a menswear store in East London.
Sandwiched between the stretched fabric is an elongated sky light – an inverted “catwalk ceiling” in glass running the full length of the restaurant. This inverted “catwalk ceiling” is designed to create two different atmospheres, bringing in natural sunlight during daytime, while creating a mood ambiance at night.
Roy Roger’s is crafted in Tuscany by Manifatture 7 Bell SpA, the first Italian blue jeans manufacturer.
We presented a variety of creative options: Stand up meeting, privacy meeting with table and chairs with projection and video-conference, informal meeting in a high back lounge chair, a phone call just go to the G-spot, which is a sound absorbing soft chair.
French duo Remy Clémente and Morgan Maccari, known as Bonsoir Paris, showed this pop-up concept store for Swedish clothing brand COS in Milan. Like the brand, the focus was on rational simplicity and function, a refreshingly low-key contrast to Design Week installations that aimed to dazzle with lights, colour and movement.
Largely consisting of mirrors and marble for a luxe yet commercial look, the interior is further punctuated with graphic art while offering a wide range of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear Saint Laurent products and accessories.
The Ramus M1 is an architectural sculpture piece which combines the strengths of carbon fibre together with the structural advantages that can be found in the branch of a tree, maximising its structural strength capacity.
Flexible and adaptable spaces accommodate the need for changing functions, encouraging activity to occur in quiet and peaceful places. The open design allows opportunities for solar gain and ventilation. Internal gardens are integrated to minimize excessive temperatures, as well as careful selection of roof materials and fenestration.
The wooden element in our design comes with the spectacular ceiling designed as a forest of entwined branches, becoming one of the main protagonists of the space. The light crosses the ceiling projecting a warm tinkling of lights and shadows on every surface of the restaurant.
COORDINATION ASIA chose to leave parts of the raw space untouched and highlighted original details on walls and floors. In contrast, a maze of mirrored pools was created to lead the way through the exhibition space and to showcase the shimmering design objects that seemingly flow on a thin layer of water.
In the interior, the expression of the technology was worked into the design (the factory) contrasted with natural elements (materials and surroundings) that evoke the concept of a club house, with the aim of improving the work space and to promote work from this location.
The Art of Knit, by United Colors of Benetton, is a new type of pop-up experience in the heart of Soho, New York City. Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity—the definitive story of the Benetton brand.
Japanese studio Design Spirits were challenged to transform a New York-styled loft into a minimal and contemporary by using vector brick pattern wall paper, cabinet design and nylon netting and mesh instead handrails.
Geometric compositions, free and artistic interpretations of contemporary design. Framework is a square or rectangular frame, created in white painted aluminium. The different sizes and heights enable the structures to be overlapped as desired, to obtain numerous arrangements that recall the works of abstract artists from the 1900s.