Posts Tagged ‘composition’

Marqué furniture collection by Alessandro Zambelli

July 26th, 2016

Marqué is a set of furniture pieces: a dry bar, a console cabinet and a coffee table. The collection rethinks its use of materials – iron, copper and brass – in “cabinetmaking” terms.

Almond hotel by Ideograf, Gdańsk – Poland

July 13th, 2016

The industrial character is added to the interior by suspended shelves and the structure of the bar, on which there are tiles with geometric patterns, which smoothly join the oak pavement.

La Farmacia de Helena by La i design, Santiago de Compostela – Spain

June 10th, 2016

The owner’s name “Helena” was mixed with the periodic element “He” to create a clean, simple and fresh universe. This composition of words and elements was applied in furniture design, branding and visual merchandising.

Ocean packaging by Jekyll and Hyde

May 17th, 2016

In order to demonstrate the freshness of the product we decided to show that the consumer buys almost live fish.

Kale Pavillion at Cersaie 2015 by Paolo Cesaretti, Bologna – Italy

March 25th, 2016

Products are displayed in an immersive environment where abstract ironic styling and dramatic lighting help to keep high the thrill.

Grey Jewelry packaging by Andrew Zo

March 7th, 2016

Taking Becki’s stylistic approach in her work, Andrew developed these minimalist packaging that contains the similar faceted appearance, matching the beauty of the precious objects.

Adidas originals Tubular Ferbuary 2016 windows by StudioXAG, London – UK

March 3rd, 2016

In the windows; one campaign graphic is scaled, layered and repeated three times, enhancing the centre point perspective of the image. Each layer is edge lit in a cool blue light, creating a striking and hypnotic composition pulling you right in to the centre where the new product is suspended.

Ristorante Pittarello by STLH Thauer Lüdtke Höffgen Architekten, Hamburg – Germany

January 20th, 2016



STLH Architekten were commissioned to design the interior and the facade of a new restaurent at Mühlenkamp 8, Hamburg.

Bit Design Hotel by Marcelo Aguiar Pardo Architects, Montevideo – Uruguay

November 19th, 2015



Bit Design Hotel – Interiors / Marcelo Aguiar Pardo – Architects.

Grand Ferdinand Hotel by Atelier Heiss Architekten, Vienna – Austria

November 13th, 2015



New Viennese elegance on the Ringstraße.

Dorint Airport-Hotel by Kitzig Interior Design, Zurich – Switzerland

November 10th, 2015



Overall interior design concept for the new construction of a 4-star Dorint hotel at the Zurich airport.

Zelebra Vegan Food & Delivery by Tough Slate Design

September 29th, 2015

Zelebra is a fusion of words ‘ZELENY’ (ukr. — green) and ZEBRA. Thus Zelebra means ‘Green Zebra’. That’s how green stripes appeared into this packaging.

Heartbeat Installation by Charles Pétillon at Covent Garden, London – UK

August 31st, 2015



Charles Pétillon floats a cloud of 100,000 balloons inside Covent Garden

Blum Showroom by Taller David Dana Arquitectura, Mexico City – Mexico

July 22nd, 2015



Seen from above, the cubic geometry of the Blum project becomes an incident in its surroundings, one horizontal object among many vertical on the Santa Fe financial district.

Trylletromler Pavilion by FABRIC, Copenhagen – Denmark

April 7th, 2015

FABRIC have designed the Trylletromler Pavilion on the grounds of Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Tralinka Lamp by Formalina

February 19th, 2015

Diluvium installation by Lee Bul, London – UK

January 20th, 2015

South Korean artist Lee Bul titled her architectural installation Diluvium, a former name for glacial drift.

Slundre Hair Salon by BHIS, Iwaki – Japan

January 13th, 2015

The construction of the LVL functions structurally, and the steel frame which derived from an existing steel frame supports its structure. All LVL which becomes a wall, a shelf board and furniture is the shape of the triangle.

LovEat coffee shop by Ronen Levin & Studio beam, Tel Aviv – Israel

August 9th, 2014

Our solution was creating subtle separations in the outer cylinder shell enabling light to hatch it, which adds to the metal body an additional design detail emphasizing its airy appearance.

May’s bar by Tomo Yamakawa Design, Shanghai – China

July 29th, 2014

We decided to create bended brick façade with small holes, which takes outside vibrant ambience into inside space. If you are inside, you would feel the context of outside through the brick holes.