Posts Tagged ‘chandeliers’

There is no limitation when playing with light

October 20th, 2013

Manooi’s most famous collection of custom-made crystal chandeliers featuring our flagship product Ozero is called Personal Universe. The contemporary and luxurious creations succeed in combining the eternal crystal material with the master knowledge of a skilled artisan.

Aix Arome Café by One Plus Partnership Ltd, Shenzhen – China

September 23rd, 2013

Located in Shenzhen Bay OCT Harbour Theme Park, blue and green color scheme represent the ocean theme. Huge gray egg- shaped cashier and water bar implies the characteristic of coffee bean which seems bitter but tasty. Furniture with various organic appearance present vibrant mood into the interior.

MANOOI – Fill out your space with the eternal shapes of the universe!

September 1st, 2013

Fill out your space with the eternal shapes of the universe! Exceptional aesthetic and emotional effect by Manooi chandeliers.

La Cucineria restaurant by Noses Architects, Rome – Italy

August 27th, 2013

This is one of the projects that carries the Noses autograph: different flooring materials that blend in a uniquely way, emphasized by simple and tactual furniture. Other things that you can enjoy are the industrial chandeliers, ironwork appliques and lamps strategically used to exalt every minimum specifics.

721 Tonkatsu Japanese restaurant by Golucci International Design, Shanghai

August 15th, 2013

The design aims to evoke the feel of a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle outside, a place where customers are looked after with great care and, of course, with great food. The setting features traditional materials such as bricks and wood in a minimalist setting, creating an atmosphere that is distinctly modern but with a rustic edge.

Teardrop chandeliers by Tucker Robbins

June 14th, 2013

Robbins’ handmade Teardrop Chandeliers pay homage to the fishing baskets of Toraja women in Sulawesi, Indonesia. They’re made of rattan woven from old vines, which Robbins has reworked into tear shaped shades that each encase a single bulb.

Monsieur Bleu restaurant by Joseph Dirand, Paris

May 29th, 2013

The topology of the floor slabs served as a guideline for the scheme. Marble, mirrors, tiles – as well as Michel Boyer’s geometric, rectilinear chandeliers – fill the voluminous space. Warmth arrives in the interior through soft olive-green tones – the same colour that’s found in the Connemara green marble and plush velvet seating.

Don Cafe House by Innarch, Pristina – Kosovo

May 18th, 2013

The idea / inspiration for the design derives from sack filled with coffee grains. The walls of the bar are organically shaped and colored like coffee sack made up of “Plywood” type of wood, whereby the pillars in between are coated with textile coffee sacks.

R&G Sylvia Park store by Pennant & Triumph, Auckland

March 11th, 2013

This lobby like area was created to provide a ‘break’ for the customer from the busy mall where this store is located into the world of Rodd & Gunn – a relaxed and private place in which to shop.

Paper Chandeliers by Cristina Parreño at ARCO Madrid

March 8th, 2013

Paper Chandeliers by Cristina Parreño at ARCO Madrid

Ruby Blue store by DxDempsey Architecture, Las Vegas

February 9th, 2013

The boutique conveys a refined yet playful atmosphere with signature elements such as dazzling red walls and plush royal blue insets. These bold hues are accentuated with warm almond tones and accessorized with shiny chrome accents.

B2 Boutique Hotel by Althammer Hochuli Architekten, Zurich

December 10th, 2012

During its 130-year long and eventful history the site has been modified and converted multiple times. The hotel’s concept and design follow the spatial and structural parameters of the complex stock of buildings.

Concrete Headquarters by Concrete, Amsterdam

November 17th, 2012

A bright, young space containing functional and personal design interventions, a communal kitchen space for their bi-monthly lunches, two meeting rooms, one formal for clients and the other geared towards brainstorming and socializing on comfortable sofas.

Forever New store by ACRD, Jakarta

November 14th, 2012

The Forever New store design captures everything the brand represents, from powerful shopfront images to the internal black/white signature visual story. All of these elements interconnect to bring the brand to life.

St.Bernardus brasserie by DOYLE COLLECTION, Tokyo

November 13th, 2012

The brasserie, as a whole, is built in the image of old shop in Belgium, additional buildings made a little by little, showing a sense of historical background. It is built by the technique of fixing the slight blurs arose from designs consisting of various intentions.

Connect chandeliers from recycled bicycle parts by Carolina Fontoura Alzaga

October 19th, 2012

Connect chandeliers from recycled bicycle parts by Carolina Fontoura Alzaga

Evolution Bar by Sebastian Barlica, Bucharest – Romania

October 6th, 2012

Located at the historical centre of Bucharest known as “Cafeneaua Veche” (The Old Café), the eclectic Evolution Bar is designed – using HI-MACS® – in contrast with the old 18th century neo-gothic building’s style in which is inserted, bringing a fresh and contemporary feel for the new interiors.

TESS boutique by Atelier (M + G), Charleroi – Belgium

September 20th, 2012

As part of the expansion of the TESS boutique – up-market womenswear shop – the young Belgian architects from the Atelier (M + G) – Marine Tricot and Grégoire Beetz – designed an ambivalent space . On one side sporty and white and vintage and chic on the other side.

Dior Secret Garden windows, Jakarta

July 19th, 2012

Dior latest campaign both video and printed form is called Secret Garden and was shot in some parts of Versailles including the magnificent Gallerie des Glaces and its beautiful garden. This two famous parts of the palace is transformed into the window display in very excellent way.

AMMO Restaurant by Joyce Wang, Hong Kong

June 10th, 2012

The AMMO Restaurant nestles within a modern streamlined architectural feat whilst boasts a contrasting backdrop of tropical, almost primitive, greenery. Built by the British army in the mid-19th century, the former explosives magazine compound is a culturally and historically significant site.