We converted this old house´s narrow access, with a low ceiling height, into a gallery inspired by a kaleidoscope, where a set of mirrors reflects the walls and ceiling. In the end of this path there is a more literal version of a kaleidoscope, where a highlighted production may be seen through a small hole on the wall.
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This package series contains a blue milk carton, a brown chocolate milk carton, and a yellow juice carton. The juice carton is taller and thinner in order to differentiate it from the look of an old metal milk container. The minimalist design of the front of the packages will distinguish them on shelves from other current designs.
Despite the consistent use of color and geometry in the interiors of Kronverk Cinema, each zone is characterized with a distinct and clearly codified aesthetics. The entrance to the cinema, modern and geometric, leads to the lobby area – a very characteristic tunnel, divided into spatial zones with seat modules.
The different colours of grey combined with warm wooden tones and copper green give the store a fresh, tailored look. Hand-crafted tiles, copper fittings, custom-made furniture in wood and steel, a concrete “oor and vintage elements / furniture give Bilder & De Clercq a light, industrial feel whilst keeping that traditional sense of visiting a quality grocer.
The design intent was to explore ideas concerning the generation of an aesthetic, as a driving architectural principle, informed by two main factors: the creation of a relevant brand identity for the client + testing past notions of symmetry and proportion, into which mathematical non-linear geometries (co-planar and non) are consciously/overtly subverted.
Continuing the application of Lucky Brand’s updated brand identity, I redesigned a seasonal series of reference materials for our Retail and Outlet store associates. Both pieces serve as a quick reference guide to Lucky Brand’s current denim product, including information on fits, washes and suggestions for which fits are best for certain body types.
Aperam as a global player, a global brand in the business of stainless steel was presenting itself at Tube 2012, the world’s leading fair for wires, cables and tubes. Core values like leadership, ingenuity and agility were part of the briefing. Totems designed a booth bringing the strong brand identity and the graphic house style into a spatial context.
CWA worked with the client to brainstorm a vision for the restaurant and proposed a total design concept which embraced all visual elements. This included proposing the name ‘Paperfish’ to underscore the restaurant’s function and to align with the concept of treating the plain white architecture as thin leaves of curving drywall to evoke fluidity, water flowing and pooling, and to give the sense of being immersed below the sea.