Posts Tagged ‘bookcase’

ONE, the #PANTONE bookcase by Invasione Creativa

March 8th, 2016

ONE, the #PANTONE bookcase by Invasione Creativa

Slow Wood collection

September 15th, 2014

Combining in an original ad fresh way tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and design, entrepreneurship and culture, Slow Wood turn to those who seek, for themselves or for their clients, furniture and unique projects, conceived and skilfully worked by selected in designers and Italian craftsmen, made by valuable and sustainable woods.

Animal Music office by Nidolab, Buenos Aires – Argentina

July 1st, 2013

All the iron work present in the original construction was painted in black to contrast with the natural wood that was applied to all the new furniture and construction. A former office was converted into a spacious kitchen were co-workers can meet, cook and interchange on their works.

PLAC Jeans flaship store by URBANTAINER, Seoul

March 6th, 2012

PLAC Jeans is the premium denim brand based in Korea offering more than 10 denim fittings and styles. Our goal is to engage the consumers who visit the retail space to gain an easy access with various approaches to find the perfect denim that best fits their preference and body types.

ECO multi-use table by Svetlana Kozhenova for GROOPTI

January 27th, 2012

ECO Table is designed to be multi-use and can be combined with the ECO Chair to become a bench, lounge chair or bookcase. Made using several layers of machine cut recycled corrugated cardboard, lending strength and stability to the design.

Wavy bookshelf by Giuseppe Bavuso for Alivar

July 28th, 2011

WAVY is a bookshelf system that rigorously combines design and function. It is a minimalistic product in which the thin structure and the wavy design, both vertical and horizontal, gives the ensemble an image of great solidity and lightness.

Bookstore Selexyz Dominicanen by Merkx+Girod Architects, Maastricht

July 6th, 2011

The contemporary building interior of the Bookstore Selexyz Dominicanen was designed by Merkx+Girod architects in Maastricht, Netherlands for the Dutch booksellers Selexyz Dominicanen. Merkx+Girod were commissioned by the Dutch booksellers to convert the interior of the former Dominican Church in Maastricht into a modern bookstore.