Posts Tagged ‘angles’

F-Concept museum store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

May 19th, 2016

A grainy texture softens the sharply cut angles and cast a dark shadow; resembling a picture in itself rather than a retail space. The dark tones eliminate distractions and focus an angle on displayed imagery.

Personetics office by Roy David Studio, Tel Aviv – Israel

March 13th, 2016

The unique light installation was custom made by Roy David Studio for this specific office. It is composed from 70 LED’s installed in equal distances and variable heights. The variable heights of each light fixture create a movement like illusion, a perpetual wave that changes its direction in perfect sync with the observant eye.

Scales Tiles by Giles Miller Studio at Buddha Bar, Dubai – UAE

January 14th, 2016



Mixing a range of ceramic finishes including up to four metallic glazes in matt, high gloss, and crackled bronze the studio created this undulating bar front artwork for multiple areas within Buddha Bar Dubai that references the scaley surface of a dragon’s skin.

TWIST Installation by EmTech at Timber Expo, Birmingham – UK

October 29th, 2015



Emergent Technologies and Design Programme (EmTech) at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London has recently exhibited their project, The TWIST at the Timber Expo in Birmingham.

Richstates Investment office by Six Face Design, Shenzhen – China

December 11th, 2014

Murals not directly flat against the wall, but on both sides of the column array subsidiary, so can not see the mural from the front, and when people walk through here, through different angles to see slowly piece together a complete murals.

Christian Louboutin windows at Saks Fifth Avenue, New York City

August 16th, 2014

To promote Louboutin Beauté, the windows at the Saks Fifth Ave. flagship feature Loubiville, an albino metropolis inspired by the shapes and angles of the Louboutin nail polish bottle. Keep reading for the details…

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Freor by A01 architektai

April 6th, 2014

Cold, sharp planes of the triangles are supported against the ground on their acute angles and give a cold/piercing impression. Moreover, these planes pointed in different directions (according to the network of squares) ensure attraction towards the inside of the stand and provide clear limits of the stand.

Le Sereno Villas by Luis Pons Design Lab, St Barth – French West Indies

March 3rd, 2014

From almost anywhere inside or out, the ocean views are riveting. The challenge was to provide privacy while fitting the program on 3 villas in a small lot. Making use of the lot levels and the angles, we provided the necessary privacy.

Tilt pendant lamp by jjoo design for NYTA

December 13th, 2012

Tilt is a pendant lamp with a unique and simple mechanism to adjust the direction of its light. The almost archetypical lampshade combined with a tilt of various angles, showing the screen in rather unfamiliar and surprising ways, clearly communicates where the light is pointed to.

Timber Alexander Tiles by Giles Miller

November 13th, 2012

A timber version of our ceramic Alexander tile, this small hexagonal tile is laid on a surface pivoted at varied angles to show differing shades and create subtle imagery and graphics.

Light + Building 2012 Frankfurt – FlapFlap°10 lamp by Constantin Wortmann for Next

June 5th, 2012

FlapFlap°l0 playfully defies the laws of gravity. The luminaire appears to hover freely in the air. As it lifted by phantom hands the invisible reinforced cable rises up from the ground to support the lamp-shade.

Xel-ha Afloat lighting by Aoki Jun

August 10th, 2011

The ceiling is the facade of a salon situated on the third floor of a commercial building. Looked up from the street, only the ceiling is visible through the glass windows. The entire ceiling is, the luminous source for the building of Xel-Ha, a hair salon run by afloat.

TRÈS BIEN Shop by Arrhov Frick, Malmö

August 4th, 2011

Très Bien Shop’s collections are displayed in a building with great character and space in central Malmö, Sweden. The space has previously housed a textile factory as well as a flea market, which becomes apparent when checking out the well-worn wooden floor.

Hugo Boss packaging by Joe Doucet

June 15th, 2011

When Hugo Boss asked us to reinvent their body wear packaging system, we knew the challenge ahead. The category is a “sea of sameness,” restricted by the cost implications of showing a model’s
face across the volume inherent in body wear.

Phenomena Room Divider by Sang Hoon Kim

May 24th, 2011

Characterized by an organic and pleasing appearance, this room divider is about the phenomenon of light. Light is always moving, and due to reflection, refraction and shadow, leaves behind a fantastic impression. To make one feel the movement of light, I divided the wavy sides into many layers so that they reveive light from different angles and reflect it at different angles. As a result, the fixed mass feels like it is changing and moving according to the position from which the viewer sees it.

FiltroCell

March 24th, 2011


Made from open-cell polyurethane foam, as its name suggests, Filtrocell is used for air and water filtration, in the automotive industry and as a host surface for micro organisms in aquariums.