Posts Tagged ‘classic style’

Chanou bistro by Joongho Choi studio, Seoul – Korea

May 6th, 2017

We have reinterpreted the space by adding urban and cool modern sensibilities reflecting the characteristics of a classic style and streets with dense fashion brands that fit in the concept of the French bistro.

Aviator sunglasses by HAAL

December 11th, 2014

Haal give this classic style a futuristic update using matte black lacquer aluminium on the front framing each eye, The Fly style, with a dark rim, finished with smoke coloured mirrored lenses.

BESPOKE STORES! Emmaroz store by Kiss Miklós, Szeged – Hungary

November 25th, 2014

The interior design is a mash up of the 19th century classic style and the beginning of the 20th century, the usual salon atmosphere, mixing it with a modern architectural design. Looking at the graphic design you can find many tailoring elements, and little details of a classic fashion style.

Fred Perry x Southsea Deckchairs windows by Studio XAG

July 28th, 2014

Each window draws upon the essence of deckchair design with bespoke display units made from beautiful strips of Iroko wood to mimic a stack of deck chairs and frames to surround shirts, allowing the product to simulate the seat of a deckchair, playing on the effortless classic style.

Paul Smith women’s store, Paris

December 25th, 2012

The interior features antique furniture and fittings are matched with white terrazzo flooring and bronze detailing.

Mackintosh flagship store by Wonderwall, Tokyo

September 7th, 2012

Designed by the sough-after Wonderwall design practice in a matching demure classic style with subtle ornamentation, the store occupies three floors of a modern concrete structure.

Betty Barclay CHIC design by Interbrand Hamburg

July 1st, 2011

As one of the leading international ladies wear companies, the Betty Barclay brand stands for high quality, modernity, superiority and authority – a lifestyle that combines business and pleasure. These characteristics are reflected in the brand and packaging design created for the new Betty Barclay fragrance.

Clamp Lamp by DZstudio

May 30th, 2011

Clamp, the work of italian designers Enrico Zanolla and Andrea Di Filippo, is now on the market. The first concept was presented during the summer and the prototyping took two months to reach the final product. The inspiration comes from the pattern of Chesterfield sofas (Capitonné) applied to the exterior surface of the lamp. It was hard to define the right size of every rhomb and find the quality of leather that could fit the radius of the emispheric surface.