Posts Tagged ‘contemporary’

VAN NORD fashion and lifestyle concept store, Berlin

March 17th, 2014

Drawing on the cross-disciplinary mentality of modern Berlin — an ethos that has already given rise to thriving scenes elsewhere in the city — the space is a lifestyle forum where fashion, beauty, interior design, and literature are in dialogue with one another.

Formafantasma exhibition, Den Bosch – Netherlands

March 9th, 2014

Unlike many architecture and design showcases, this exhibition does not omit process material. In fact, it investigates a certain kind of alchemy – transforming mundane materials into precious goods.

Mason & Painter pop-up store, London

March 8th, 2014

Drawing on the Royal Festival Hall’s heritage, Mason & Painter are bringing a collection of re-claimed fittings, furniture and fabrics from the early 1950s onwards together with a careful edit of new Spring / Summer ranges, from contemporary designers to compliment and sit alongside the main product ranges already stocked within Southbank Centre shop. One not to miss.

Anthropology of Design pop-up shop, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

February 20th, 2014

Anthropology of Design is an anthropological exploration of designers and cities, in order to understand the influence of local contemporary, and heritage culture within their work.

W Hotel by Concrete Architectural Associates, Verbier – Switzerland

February 14th, 2014

The design features smooth lines that carve through the spaces; a movement that derives directly from the tracks left by the activities in the mountains Verbier is so famous for: the carved slopes during wintertime or the smooth mountain bike tracks in summer.

RUSTIC HOTELS! Caro hotel by Francesc Rifé Studio, Valencia – Spain

October 1st, 2013

Grab yourself a slice of contemporary classic lounge. Giving you touch of contemporary interior design or a small contemporary hotel, design roof terrace wood, classic contemporary ceiling design, best contemporary bedrooms in hotels ideas line up to kick up your scheme.

Lemon Chic fashion shop by Treceavo Plano, Monterrey – Mexico

August 16th, 2013

Lemon Chic provides a cosmopolitan fashion shop that allows its clients to express themselves. With that in mind, we were able to combine the cosmopolitan essence with a contemporary twist, creating a unique space were costumers find a sense of belonging.

Saboten Beijing The 1st restaurant by DOYLE COLLECTION, Beijing

June 20th, 2013

One of our approaches was to add traditional aspects to the materials. Furthermore we made deformation and by adjusting this to modern style, we created a new identity. And this, in fact, made the foreigners easier to understand our outcome.

Nu Skin ‘Spark Centre’ by Green Room, London

February 8th, 2013

Taking inspiration from the Nu Skin brand, the design uses a pure palette of materials including wood, glass and stainless steel, along with a variety of furnishings and integrated AV equipment to provide a welcoming, professional and positive Nu Skin brand experience.

Caleb Owen Everitt

June 12th, 2011

You may know him as one part of Austin based design posse PTARMAK but he’s definitely holding his own. His work encompasses graphic design as well as lot of product design, creating some really beautiful and simple identities along the way.


March 23rd, 2011

Incredibly light and easy to assemble, Hope represents the magic of traditional lamps, reinterpreting them with sophisticated technologies and contemporary materials.