Posts Tagged ‘California’

Please Do Not Enter luxury retail and exhibition space, Los Angeles

July 28th, 2014

This is somewhere between a luxury boutique and a gallery, stocking one-of-a-kind, hard-to-find and limited edition items of swanky swag curated by Parisian art lovers Nicolas Libert and Emmanuel Renoird.

Blind’s office by Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Santa Monica – California

July 26th, 2014

The entry sequence is initiated by the insertion of a warm Ipe wood-lined portico leading to a darkly rendered upper level lobby where lace patterned panels and molding coincide in juxtaposition to polished concrete and blackened steel plate.

IRO, Venice – California

July 19th, 2014

The space incorporates elements of exposed brick painted white, marble imported from Italy, glass and metal materials and recessed lighting. All of which complement the collection seamlessly.

Elasticsearch office by Garcia Tamjidi Architecture Design, Los Altos – California

July 14th, 2014

A fully transparent boardroom is centrally located to separate the focused engineering teams from the active sales and support teams. Perimeter meeting rooms and breakout areas act as stop-and-go spaces for collaboration, while the open plan maximizes on the high ceilings and natural lighting.

The Line Hotel by knibb design, Los Angeles – California

July 10th, 2014

The Line Hotel by knibb design, Los Angeles – California

Hightail office by Geremia, San Francisco – California

July 8th, 2014

Some of my favorite design elements are the art installation we created out of hundreds of paper airplanes, and the custom bar we built to create both a coffee shop and a happy hour sort of vibe.

Dropbox headquarter by ASD, San Francisco – California

July 6th, 2014

Dropbox headquarter by ASD, San Francisco – California

West Elm home furnishings store by MBH Architects, Alameda – California

July 4th, 2014

A loft area at the center of the store is used for special retail displays. The interior of the rotunda houses the Design Lab, an interactive space where customers get to engage with West Elm products and choose finishes and fabrics to customize their furniture.

August jewelry, Los Angeles – California

July 2nd, 2014

Hermsen designed the interior and its fixtures to reflect the mood and essence of the month of August. His selection of custom-made white oak and bronze cabinetry and de Gournay wallpaper create an atmosphere of warmth and relaxed luxury.

Yelp! Headquarters by Studio O+A, San Francisco – California

June 24th, 2014

At Yelp we placed a fully-equipped coffee shop on the 8th floor, a break room with window seating on the 5th, and semi-private pods for chess or chatting on the 11th. Each floor’s common areas thus become common to the company at large and not just to those whose workstations occupy that level.

Autodesk Workshop by Lundberg Design, San Francisco – California

June 19th, 2014

We started with a simple palette of materials – steel, reclaimed wood, plywood, and cement board, all of which felt industrial but through detailing we were able to utilize in a more elegant and contemporary expression – creating a distinction and tension between new and old building fabric.

NVIDIA stand by ASTOUND Group, Los Angeles – California

June 17th, 2014

Our cutting-edge booth components paired with impressive technologies and demos ensure that these exhibits will consistently turn heads and allow NVIDIA to stand out at some of the largest technology shows the global community has to offer.

Intuit Campus Center by Gensler, Mountain View – California

June 2nd, 2014

Main client goals were to create a central Campus Hub where employees can connect, collaborate and innovate. Create an environment that embodies Intuit’s unique core values. Showcase Intuit’s technology, sustainability, wellness and community focused initiatives.

Team One USA office by Shubin + Donaldson, Los Angeles – California

May 25th, 2014

A massive folding “box” clad in reclaimed barn wood sets the tone for a reception space filled with large volumes and architectural forms. Playing against the scale of the building’s industrial shell, the material palette embraces a more residential tone with warm colors and textures.

Adobe 410 Townsend by Valerio Dewalt Train Associates, San Francisco

May 10th, 2014

Collaboration is in Adobe’s DNA and each neighborhood features a ‘team relax’ space that takes advantage of the views and provide a casual meeting destination protected by a glazed enclosure. Environmental graphics and branding elements are strategically located throughout the floors, providing imagery that is unique to Adobe and the site.

SHIFT office by Julius Ross, Los Angeles – California

April 30th, 2014

When developing the design for our new office space, we wanted to highlight our dedication to innovation. This dedication is interwoven throughout even the most minute details of our office design, from our conference rooms (named after local cities) to our office decor

Popular Demand flagship store by Ink & Wood, Los Angeles – California

April 30th, 2014

Constructed by Derek Kistner of Los Angeles based Ink & Wood, the space is 1200 sq ft and combines over-the-top construction with futuristic design. Customers feel small as they walk through the 7’ steel frame door and stare up at the 14’ high ceilings. The 15’ wide three-dimensional Popular Demand logo adds to the grand scale of the store and its overwhelming feel.

Dlush at University of California by Colkitt&Co, San Diego – California

April 25th, 2014

Eager to translate the Dlush brand to appeal to a student and faculty population of 38,000, the design encourages guests to linger longer with creative features such as power integrated into the seating, tiered social lounge areas that ‘pool’ students together and social media walls.

New SHAUNS Eyewear

April 12th, 2014

The batch consists of eight unisex styles in various colorways, like green tortoise shell and half-and-half hybrids. From round to rectangular and thin to thick, choose the style to your liking.

Abbott Laboratories exhibit by Catalyst, Los Angeles – California

April 9th, 2014

The arena-like structure arrested the attention of the attendees, while the fact that they could see lights of light and activity but not everything going on within the exhibit served to draw them in and further make this a destination booth.