Posts Tagged ‘clouds’

Boyunlancui branding by Chinoiserie

November 9th, 2017

Chinoiserie team, deconstructing the traditional Chinese cloud pattern, designs the outline of the eyes in the logo’s main pattern. The core figure in the middle of the logo, learning from Chinese ancient water and mountains, refines the most valuable color and pattern system, and describes again Chinese pastoral sceneries of magnificent mountains, shinning clouds and shadowy trees.

Head in the clouds installation by Mickaël Martins Afonso & Caroline Escaffre-Faure, Montpellier – France

July 21st, 2016

As a way to isolate from the chaos of the city surrounding, visitors are invited to place their heads within open areas of the oversized white puffs, reflecting on the dark and private space around them.

Adler christmas windows by Scénographe etc., Gstaad – Switzerland

January 31st, 2015

Adler christmas windows by Scénographe etc., Gstaad – Switzerland

The Nebula visual installation by Jean-Charles Penot and Brand Head

November 6th, 2014

“The Nebula, life and death tangled in an eternal struggle”. A Nebula can be viewed as a point of creation within our universe, as these vast clouds of interstellar dust produce the building blocks of stars and planets. However, this turbulent but beautiful environment has little potential to support life because of the highly toxic concentration of gases that exist within its main body

Clouds blown glass by Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert at Gallery Fumi, London

September 24th, 2014

Clouds blown glass by Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert at Gallery Fumi, London – UK

Picnic in the clouds exhibition by Naif Factory, São Paulo

June 20th, 2013

A new air breathed this year’s edition of the international fashion and child decoration Opera, in Sao Paulo. The graphic image of the invitation and announced a surreal journey “picnic in the clouds”, but no one imagined that this proposal came to the decoration of the fair itself.

Cloudy by Mathieu Lehanneur for Fabbian

May 21st, 2013

This lamp has been created using extremely complex steel moulds, which have given it an almost magical lightness, a glass cloud floating in the air.

Cloud installation by Mason Studio, Toronto

March 4th, 2013

Behind layers of scrunched-up tissue paper, the installation was filled with motion-sensitive devices that triggered a system of concealed lighting. As visitors approached, each cloud would start to glow, but when that person walked away the lights would slowly die down.

Ho-Hum restaurant by M4, Seoul

February 21st, 2013

A glass facade makes the most of the location and provides a beacon for hungry evening diners, as well as making the most of a space that had plenty of design challenges: low ceilings, long and skinny floor plan, and a low budget.

Tsujita restaurant by Takeshi Sano, Los Angeles

August 26th, 2011

I’d like people to feel the delicate of beauty, which Japanese have, and Japanese atmosphere when they visit here so that they will think that they want to visit Japan. I’d like to make this restaurant as one of an element for Japanese reconstruction.

Xel-ha Afloat lighting by Aoki Jun

August 10th, 2011

The ceiling is the facade of a salon situated on the third floor of a commercial building. Looked up from the street, only the ceiling is visible through the glass windows. The entire ceiling is, the luminous source for the building of Xel-Ha, a hair salon run by afloat.

Cloud Softlight by Molo Design

June 21st, 2011

Cloud Softlight creates an undulating overhead canopy of soft luminous forms. Group cloud mobiles (small, medium or large) or cloud pendants to create vast cloudscapes flowing in a unique topography, tailored to the individual space they are shaping.