Posts Tagged ‘crafts’

Nomadic Life collection by Gerardo Osio

January 4th, 2017

Nomadic Life is a selection of objects, inspired by Japanese culture and traditional crafts, that can be carried from a living place to another, making it easy to create a familiar space anywhere.

Bihar state pavilion at IITF 2015 by TOD innovations, New Delhi – India

June 10th, 2016

First hall themed knowledge had a large bamboo installation in the middle inspired form ‘Bodhi tree’s made from 20000 bamboos by 40 artisans. Fabric printed panels about the intellectual past of Bihar were installed around the hall.

Motivi cork windows, Verona & Alba – Italy

May 6th, 2016

“To celebrate two of the most important wine exhibitions in Italy (Vinitaly in Verona and Vinum in Alba), Motivi has made the special windows set up for this occasion.

Beams Japan store, Tokyo – Japan

May 2nd, 2016

The setting clearly is inspired by traditional arts and crafts, but it’s anchored in a modern context, featuring wooden shelving adorned by calligraphy, colourful ceiling murals, and rows of nippon-ified skate decks in the window.

Sunna Low Table by Keith Coghill

October 26th, 2015



Keith Coghill’s low tables are crafted from the highest quality Scottish hardwoods, often acquiring reclaimed timber, such as old growth reclaimed Burmese teak, from unique sources.

Eka concept store by FRDC, Bangalore – India

January 13th, 2015

The store design has been conceptualized on Indian art and craft, Indian minimalism, Indian soil- colour of soils found from North to South and East to West and Indian layout- courtyard.

Japan Craft Design Association exhibition by ARCHIEE, Paris – France

July 21st, 2014

All iconic elements of the scenography were covered by one homogenous color and texture, to create an ideological space. This narrative simplification had brought an apparent contrast between the scenography and the objects, to rise them to surface.

John Lewis Kids flagship store by Dalziel and Pow, London

January 4th, 2012

Our new children’s concept, in John Lewis’ Oxford Street flagship, takes the shopper through the heart of each product group, from fashion to nursery and travel, to footwear, toys and crafts. The total experience is improved, including layout, lighting, merchandising, digital integration and customer service.

Ryan McElhinney Salon by Adee Phelan, Birmingham

October 21st, 2011

Celebrated hairdresser Adee Phelan is the latest tenant to Birmingham’s most talked-about landmark destination, The Cube. Housing 30 hair-cutting stations with various quirky adornments, the 5,000 square feet canal-side space is outfitted by designer Ryan McElhinney.