Posts Tagged ‘decorative element’

Jam hotel by Lionel Jadot, Brussels – Belgium

August 25th, 2016

Throughout the premises an infusion of pinewood can be witnessed, applied as a decorative element or in pure functional form, softening any excess of austerity along the way.

Comme des Garçons store, Bangkok – Thailand

June 28th, 2016

The only decorative element are bold black dots, a signature graphic of the popular pocket Comme des Garçons line, can be found on specific furnishings and specific wall sections.

Axor faucets by Front, David Adjaye and GamFratesi

April 18th, 2016

The brand asked the designers to present their own visions for the “meaning of water within the living spaces of tomorrow,” prompting experiments with new materials and forms.

Acera Travel Mugs by Hangar Design Group

April 3rd, 2016

The lines are expressed in fresh pastel colours or sometimes in more vibrant tones, unafraid to venture into contrasting colour combinations. The entire collection joins design and craftsmanship with wellness.

Lumee Restaurant Interior & Brand Design by I-AM, Manama – Bahrain

August 28th, 2015



Lumee is a new exciting fast-casual grill restaurant, designed by I-AM in close collaboration with the Al Abraaj Restaurant Group.

Némeau Seafood Shop by Jean de Lessard, Québec City – Canada

July 21st, 2015



Jean de Lessard wraps Némeau Seafood Shop in Quebec City with glass prisms

Park Clinic by Morris Selvatico Interior Design, Sydney – Australia

June 25th, 2015



Morris Selvatico were approached to design the very first Park Clinic in Australia, a premium plastic & cosmetic surgery located in Woolloomooloo, Sydney.

Hotel Madera Signature Suites by Lagranja, Hong Kong

November 8th, 2012

Nine suites, each one unique, and each one 100% Lagranja, full of details made exclusively for this project. The nightstands turned from oak wood blocks, or the wooden spoons carved by hand that are both a decorative element and a gift the guests can take home. The walls of the corridors are big lamps, the gym is at the same time ironic and funny.

The Optometrist by Greg Natale, Sydney

September 22nd, 2012

The cabinetry, which is both a functional furniture element for showcasing the spectacles and a sophisticated decorative element, illustrates Natale’s philosophy of integrating architecture, design and decoration in a project. The lighting technique of concealing the light source was borrowed from high-fashion retail spaces.

Coltrane lamps by Delightfull

August 4th, 2011

Coltrane is a strong character piece, able to draw your attention. A fine decorative element. Adjustable in height with magnetic cable. With 1 or 3 iron tubes, it produces a unique and fantastic visual effect. It has suspension, floor and wall types.

NIKE HARAJUKU by Wonderwall, Tokyo

June 13th, 2011

The design concept for Nike’s first flagship store in Tokyo, which also happens to be the largest in the nation at 946 square meters, is a playing field. It is an experience-based store with facilities such as the Runner’s Studio for selecting shoes that match the individual’s feet and running style and the NIKEiD STUDIO.