Posts Tagged ‘diversity’

Xoom Offices by Huntsman Architectural Group, San Francisco – California

July 1st, 2017

The visual design direction reflects Xoom’s position in the marketplace: established, global, yet accessible. Two juxtaposed material palettes express the space’s natural and contemporary style. Inspired by international craft, the use of olive ash veneer, wool felt, and woven area rugs bring a sense of warmth to the public areas.

Velocipedia project by Gianluca Gimini

June 20th, 2016

I collected hundreds of drawings, building up a collection that I think is very precious. There is an incredible diversity of new typologies emerging from these crowd-sourced and technically error-driven drawings.

Voice karaoke bar visual identity by Olsh & brothers

February 1st, 2016

Brand advertising communication is based on contrasting combinations of statics and dynamics. Abstract shape of the letters “O” represents the various voices of the people who sings in karaoke.

OJALÁ Café by Andrés Jaque, Madrid – Spain

April 28th, 2015

Ojalá is the architectural response to the social diversity of Malasaña.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 Summer – IPANEMA & RIDER

July 19th, 2012

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 Summer – IPANEMA & RIDER

BEAMS shops by Jamo associates, Nagasaki

April 15th, 2012

Jamo used white stucco walls and chic wooden display fixtures throughout the store and created a relaxed atmosphere with an awareness of the diversity of customers’ age groups. The shop’s ceilings were finished with a lattice pattern in narrow wooden ribs, which allowed Jamo to neatly arrange such functional facilities as air conditioning vents.

Elegant Prosper store by STUDIO David Thulstrup, Hangzhou – China

February 17th, 2012

Elegant Prosper has raised the bar within fashion design stores. Together with global architect and interior designer STUDIO David Thulstrup, the high-end women’s brand, has transformed their former store into a world of elegance and simplicity. From 2012 customers are welcomed into a building where lights, special designed furniture, colors and patterns put the products in focus while leading the visitor through every room and level of the building.

Architextile by Studio Aleksandra Gaca

July 4th, 2011

‘Architextile’ is the next step of Aleksandra in her search for three-dimensional weave structures. In this newest collection she experiments with contracts. Opposing materials such as wool and metal, mat and glossy are combined to emphasize the dynamic of contrasts such as high-tech with natural, technical with handicraft.