Posts Tagged ‘elements’

Rosemoo Office by Cun-Design, Beijing – China

November 17th, 2016

Bamboo is vital in compartmentalizing different zones. It is important to divide the 3000-meter square of office environment into various individual areas according to their unique functions.

Casilda furniture by Ramón Esteve for Talenti Outdoor Living

September 15th, 2016

Casilda is a line of furniture designed with maximum clarity, simplicity and harmony, evidently capable of expressing the famous designer’s identity. The concept is born from the idea of deconstructing classical furniture without relinquishing contemporary elegance.

E Bebek Headquarter by OSO Architecture, Istanbul – Turkey

August 10th, 2016

At the office where the general layout setup is planned as an open office, the recreation areas such as coffee break points are integrated into the open office. Thus, it is encouraged to increase the internal communication at the office and to trigger the creative ideas.

Pro Fitness Gymnasium by Studio Ardete, Kurukshetra – India

August 8th, 2016

Black mirrors have been used throughout the interiors to give an illusion of space and add an element of depth to it. They give the design a certain character and unite the elements into one cohesive whole.

Mercedes Me branding by Thread Design

July 29th, 2016

Additionally, the team created a logo for the sophisticated cocktail bar and lounge, Lighthaus, that takes a literal approach to the bar’s ‘lighthouse’ moniker and features a focused, yet roaming beam of light.

Rising Balance candleholder by Laura Bin

July 29th, 2016

The Rising Balance candleholder inspires the dynamic between two great elements: earth and fire. While your tea light burns and becomes lighter, the circular stone follows the movement downwards. While in transition, the two elements remain in constant equilibrium.

Duplex 312 by Kali Architecture, Porto Alegre – Brasil

July 23rd, 2016

The intention to highlight the stage and create a way through the main hall, the position of the new steel staircase introduced a new element: the walkway, which brings a greater connection to the place, allowing an overview of the main and privileged hall stage.

cnYES office by Waterfrom Design, Taipei – Taiwan

July 19th, 2016

Gold and blue are picked as the visual keynote to represent the aspiration for wealth and prestige along with knowledge and trust. Wooden freestyle seatings are provided in corridor and lounge room for cozy reading, discussion and relaxation, setting an atmosphere of floating persistence of time in the office.

SH flagship store by Fabio Marano, Milan – Italy

June 14th, 2016

The shiny metal, neon, crystals and monochromatic paint pattern harmonize with a primer on cement from neutral colors which links the

RETROKIT eyewear store by Nordic Bros. Design Community, Seoul – South Korea

June 10th, 2016

Also, in order to increase the completeness of the space, the display table is made out of concrete boxes so that it could reflect the RETROKIT’s desire to include polar elements, freedom and paradox.

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.

Bocadillo de Jamón y Champán restaurant by Lucas Hernández-Gil Arquitectos, Madrid – Spain

June 10th, 2016

The sophisticated and festive world of champagne is referenced in the round shapes of the furniture and in the shine of the brass and blue materials of the bar.

The Space in Between exhibition by nendo, Holon – Israel

June 10th, 2016

There are also plenty of gaps or spaces within things. Widening, truncating, or replacing these gaps with completely different elements can bring about new functions and meanings from the inside.

Burbucar carwash by Lina Toro, Madrid – Spain

June 9th, 2016

The conventionally hidden elements are revealed: the false ceilings and CO2 conducts appeared; the divisions between technic rooms and tanks appear; the tunnel is lit up and the beauty of the most industrial engineering appears.

Coach – Spring Flowers 2016 windows by Booma Group, New York City

June 8th, 2016

The window represent a tea flower that is part of the artwork of their newly released bags. We made those flowers to live with elements in metal and in resine.

Miss Selfridge Paper Flowers windows by CCLR, London – UK

June 5th, 2016

Installed in the brands flagship Oxford Circus location, the display was made up of over 1200 individually constructed card flowers positioned both on the inside and outside of the store windows.

Travelled 9000km laundry / café by Formo design studio, Taipei city – Taiwan

June 5th, 2016

Most furnishings are made of construction materials(formworks & welded pipes)and used goods(a container door & metal halide lamps). We strip most of the finishes off from the walls.

The White Company – White Label May 2016 by Lucky Fox, UK

May 15th, 2016

For our first window scheme rollout for The White Company, to promote their new White Label range of products, Lucky Fox produced hundreds of beautiful hand finished maple veneer boards, and sent out nearly 2000 meters of natural rope to their 46 UK stores.

Silvian Heach flagship store by Fabio Caselli Design, Milan – Italy

May 13th, 2016

The Marble Concept is complemented and accompanied by fine materials such as champagne galvanised gold hanging rails, shelf finishes in glossy black chrome, freestanding platforms and furnishings, transparent crystal, retro varnished glass in white and drawers in wood treated with stripped finish.


Raiffeisen Bank lighting by B LIGHT, Mendrisio – Switzerland

May 5th, 2016

LARIS, architectural dimmable recessed luminaire, was installed both in the outdoor portico and in indoor areas, at specific distances: its light, able to create an enhancing lighting effect on small niches and objects, allowed the same illumination level of LINEAR TUBE HP 6 WALL on curved walls.