Posts Tagged ‘concrete’

Seek No Further stores by Universal Design Studio, London, Berlin

March 30th, 2014

In Berlin, set within the raw shell of the gallery, solid, bold geometric shapes form a varied landscape. In both stores, an understated monochrome palette is juxtaposed with royal blue flock coating, translucent yellow display blocks of cast glass wax and sculptural objects coated in soft pink silicone.

Mero Mero store by Morris Selvatico, Sydney – Australia

March 17th, 2014

The classic Mero Mero finishes were implemented to create brand continuity along with washed back concrete walls, custom printed mosaic tiles and a full width shopfront with operable windows to engage passing traffic and create a presence along the streetscape.

Éclectic restaurant by Tom Dixon, Paris – France

March 10th, 2014

The designers dedicated the interior to the superstar-material of brutalism: concrete. They used it in different textures from raw to waxed on the floor, walls and other interior elements. They teamed up with manufacturer and designer firms – such as Hungarian designer concrete company IVANKA – to create a professional background for the impressive design.

Warehouse flagship store by Brown Studio, London

March 6th, 2014

The design of the shop front emphasises the historical roots of Warehouse. The lowered I-Beam element emphases the architecture and is a clear reference to the warehouse / gallery iconography. It sets Warehouse apart and evokes an urban industrial aesthetic.

Nigel Cabourn flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

February 27th, 2014

The new store features an interior which uses the building’s concrete shell as a blank canvas. Adding a suitable rustic edge are the wooden planks used as flooring, albeit dipped in a shade that matches the grey concrete, custom-made furniture pieces and carefully sourced vintage props.

Carlotti optic boutique by Véronique Laurent

February 14th, 2014

The exceptional eyeglass designs can be spotted immediately when customers enter the boutique. The metallic gray wall on the left, slashed by floor-to-ceiling columns of light, shows off the precious frames. Each of the trendy pieces shown is delicately placed on a sturdy plexiglas pedestal set between rows of drawers that hold the rest of the stock.

Luna concrete skin for iphone5/5s by POSH-PROJECTS

December 17th, 2013

Each Luna concrete skin is one-of-a-kind and all skins are made by hand. Luna concrete skin provides a refined aesthetic of your iphone5/5s.

Aesop store by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Perth – Australia

November 22nd, 2013

The shop interior is a new collab with Kerstin Thompson Architects. The Melbourne-based practice has created a sleek décor of black japan timber, steel and concrete that aims to counterbalance creates the hustle and bustle outside.

Papabubble candy shop by Schemata Architects, Yokohama – Japan

November 20th, 2013

We intend to design a space that resonates with movements of candy makers during the making process, and also movements of their products. Our design focuses on relationships between concrete and formwork at various stages.

Base concrete socket by NUD

October 24th, 2013

This heavy socket is made by concrete, we choose to give it a rough design, showing the creeks to get the ultimate industrial feeling. Hang the lamp at any desired height and complete it with any of our lowenergy bulbs or Globe.

Starbucks store at Sony Center – Potsdammer Platz, Berlin

September 25th, 2013

The store design is based on the modern architecture surrounding our store. When you enter there is a free standing bar at which you can sit as well to see what the Barista’s are doing.

Starbucks “Flower Market” by Starbucks Design team, Amsterdam

September 21st, 2013

It’s classical with a twist, combining green marble, which you find in the Canal houses but also in flower shops, with vintage lamps, chairs and wood, concrete and the typical white tiles

Bistro Moto at Driving Camp by IVANKA, Zsámbék – Hungary

September 4th, 2013

IVANKA is a proud supplier of interior design solutions to Driving Camp’s Bistro Moto and of the display boxes of Mercedes-Benz. IVANKA designed and manufactured unique wheel track graphical concrete bar and wall panels making Bistro Moto the main attraction of Driving Camp.

Pioneer flagship store by HALFMANN MENNICKHEIM & Vizona, Wolfsburg – Germany

August 15th, 2013

The design is based on sustainable materials like concrete and plywood, in combination with smoked glass and bare metal. Fixture details like rubber end-caps with an embossed logo, give the system an authentic, functional look.

Brand new creations of IVANKA for SOLINFO Café, Budapest – Hungary

August 4th, 2013

When entering Solinfo Cafe the first thing you spot are the Flaster Tiles at the bar and you can see these tiles in frames on the walls as decoration. In the restrooms while washing hands you will be using the special Fraction Designed Sinks.



Concrete bar & restaurant by Yunakov Studio, Kiev – Ukraine

May 30th, 2013

Interesting design, original lighting solutions, fashionable music, delicious cuisine and excellent service make the restaurant “CONCRETE” one of the most trendy places of Kiev. Designed by Yunakov, the bar represents a mix of different textures, shapes and materials that were used to highlight the delimitation of the interior spaces.

And Pendant Light by Bentu Design

April 29th, 2013

Bentu Design have created a pendant light named And, made from bamboo and concrete.

IVANKA Concrete Design

April 19th, 2013

IVANKA was founded in 2002 by husband & wife duo Andras and Katalin Ivanka and it’s one of the world’s leading designer concrete manufacturers. They have taken concrete, and handled that material creating products that defy normal concrete capacities and rock our conventional image of this material today.

Agricole bar by Aidlin Darling Design, San Francisco

April 11th, 2013

This modern tavern, located in San Francisco’s industrial South of Market district, is the product of close collaboration with numerous artists and fabricators.

Farang restaurant by Futudesign, Stockholm

April 9th, 2013

The design makes a clear distinction between old and new elements by leaving the old space as a fully visible frame for the new functions. The simple material palette such as wood, steel, concrete and fabrics allows the enjoyment and visuality of food to take center stage.