Posts Tagged ‘cubes’

Regal Shoes store by NUDES, Mumbai – India

July 2nd, 2017

The top surface of the cube is diagonally split to create backlit triangular apertures that transform in surface area. The level of the cube drives the area of the triangular aperture. Higher the level of the cube, larger is the surface area of the back-lit triangular aperture.

Benetton Pop up cubes, Milan – Italy / Cannes – France

May 19th, 2017

The Benetton Pop Up Cube have proven great potentiality to bring awareness to the brand where in Milan there were 1000 registered video emotions recorded, 2000 people interacted, of an average age of 28 years.

LeGrow Smart Garden by Winmart Design

April 28th, 2017

These cubes can act as LEGO blocks, allowing for owners to stack and expand their gardens into a variety of shapes and designs. A dual-bulb LED Grow lamp provides ample light to nourish multiple plants within the garden in low-light and no-light environments.

Raise/Raze installation by Hou de Sousa, Washington DC

July 22nd, 2016

The intervention called Raise/Raze invited visitors to construct and deconstruct the interior of a defunct underground tunnel, using block-like modules made of glued-together plastic balls.

Selfridges Bright New Things hand sculptures by FLOW Creation, Manchester – UK

March 28th, 2016

Made from 35,000 paper cubes of sustainable British papers, Selfridges Bright New Things hand sculptures by FLOW Creation are stopping shoppers in their tracks and encouraging reflection on sustainability and manufacturing tradition.

Arielle Shoshana fragrance boutique by CORE, Washington, DC

February 16th, 2016

Customers looking into Arielle Shoshana from the street will immediately notice the four wood-clad light cubes suspended over the featured product table.

Alape Stand by Heine/Lenz/Zizka Projekte at ISH, Frankfurt – Germany

November 23rd, 2015



Heine/Lenz/Zizka Projekte presents glazed steel basins as monumental structures in a serene setting

Nike Studio at Beijing Art Gallery by Coordination Asia, Beijing – China

September 23rd, 2015

A rectangular changing room features wooden floors and two rows of black lockers on either side of the space, connected by overarching neon strips. Large format type on the glass entrance doors conveys Nike’s “Don’t dream of it. Train for it” philosophy.

Hakwood Studio Showroom by Standard Studio, Kitzbühel – Austria

June 2nd, 2015

Dutch designer and manufacturer of fine wood flooring, Hakwood, opened it’s first wood flooring showroom in Kitzbühel, Austria.

Exploded Cinema Installation by One Plus Partnership, China

April 21st, 2015

Geometric Shards Carve Space

Second Body Exhibition by Antony Gormley at Thaddaeus Ropac Gallerie, Paris – France

March 15th, 2015

British sculptor Antony Gormley has filled a Parisian gallery with an impenetrable structure made from grids of steel, and an army of figures made from stacked metal cubes.

Flask & The Press by Alberto Caiola, Shanghai – China

March 10th, 2015

Flask and The Press is an unconventional duo that upends the traditional speakeasy concept: an intimate contemporary lounge concealed behind the facade of a cheery, sandwich shop.

BlackBerry Passport launch at Selfridges by Pope Wainwright, London – UK

October 9th, 2014

The units are displayed with merchandise that highlights the premium feel of the BlackBerry Passport. The displays are tailored to both male and female lifestyles to suit the device and business style.

AKASAKA japanese restaurant by Schiavello Architects Office, Rome

April 1st, 2014

The atmosphere of area is quite calm and grey tone as usual urban context. The existence spaces for restaurant is composted in three halls and one room. Visually two halls communicate well each other but the other hall and room are quite isolated by wall.

Terrano showroom by Bidermann Design, Poznań – Poland

February 19th, 2014

As a result we managed to isolate incoherent expositions of different brands. Additionally we received large surfaces on the outside walls of the “cubes” which we used as surface to present large format tiles, such as 300×100 cm.

Ray Ban Concept Store at Covent Garden by PureSang, London

February 17th, 2014

And in this Covent Garden basement, Ray-Ban & PureSang have created by using “Cube Code”, the perfect environment for the Ray-Ban’s costumers to be prepared to get out to the world, to the light.

Exhibition installation by Trafik Kör, Budapest – Hungary

April 30th, 2013

The exhibition space is roughly homogeneous, only the colourful carpet is a different element of the hall. The architects tried to strengthen the white painted brick wall with white cubes on the wall, and then they glued up the colourful photos on the cubes.

MICA jewellery store by Savvy Studio

March 6th, 2013

Expanding its most basic and primitive character, MICA’s identity is based on the amorphic nature of the rocks, the asymmetry of their profiles and their unique existence – no two rocks are alike – making all of MICA’s pieces truly unique.

Digital Ecosystems stand at Webit Congress by indissoluble, Istanbul

November 14th, 2012

According to the displayed product attributes, the stand had to be technological, light weighted and open. It has been produced using only “smart” materials.

Sumit shop by m4 design, Seoul

April 2nd, 2012

A clothing shop in Seoul, Korea, is a fusion of cubes and colour. Throughout the 224-sq-m womenswear store are hundreds of lattice frames, shaped in squares that can be dismantled and reassembled to adapt to display requirements.