Posts Tagged ‘flexibility’

Pilates the Balance studio by Vonsung Studio, Seoul – Korea

October 11th, 2017

Natural stone lines the walls and floor, with leafy plants adding a living green to the organic palette. The stone is complemented by sandy colours and light wood accents.

Versatility of the Clothes of Nature: Hanbok exhibit by Farming Architecture, Seoul – South Korea

July 12th, 2017

Unlike Western attire, which values stylish looks over the wearer’s comfort, the hanbok takes after nature with an aesthetic style that is appreciated more when worn than seen. The “clothes of wind,” designed by LEE, captures the versatile form and structure of the hanbok in a particularly stylish way.

Microsoft House office by DEGW, Milan – Italy

March 3rd, 2017

DEGW’s interior design followed Microsoft’s global guidelines in a project aimed at focusing on the very best of Italian manufacturing and design. The building has six floors above ground. The ground and first floors accommodate the Customer Area open to the public, showcasing the company’s products and connected by a custom-designed central stairway.

Naturval honey packaging by Brandsummit

February 21st, 2017

The first change was to give depth to its visual identity, retaining the original logo, by request of the customer, but migrating from the pretty much seen (in the sector) mustard colour to a blue one.

Monday Consulting office by PARAT, Hamburg – Germany

December 12th, 2016

The overall concept is geared towards maximum flexibility so that a full range of events can be staged: every piece of furniture is mounted on wheels and lights are hung on sliding ceiling rails.

Blavatnik School of Government lighting by Hoare Lea Lighting, Oxford – UK

June 20th, 2016

In addition to the general illumination, remote controlled spotlights around the perimeter of the Forum give flexibility, ensuring specific areas or presenters can be spot lit when required.

Youthscape lighting by Reggiani UK, Bedfordshire – UK

June 18th, 2016

Reggiani’s surface-mounted Splyt incorporating high-performance optics was specified for good ambient lighting in most central spaces at Bute Mills. The Splyt luminaire is extremely versatile and includes semi-recessed, track, surface and wall mounting options to suit virtually any application.

HGA office, Sacramento – California

May 29th, 2016

Sustainable strategies were fused into the overall design of the space and include finishes such as reclaimed wood, regionally sourced materials, low volatile organic compound (VOC) products, renewable resources and LED lighting throughout. Diffused interior skylights were added as well to enhance the amount of natural light in the office.

Temporary Permanence Installation by Arup Associates, Shanghai – China

May 10th, 2016

The initial form of the intervention was set out around the chess playing habits of local senior citizens; two players around a small table gradually joined by spectators which morphs into a more organic grouping and cluster. T

Marshberry office by Bialosky, Woodmere – Ohio

April 11th, 2016

Locally crafted with a blend of Pine and Oak, the warm recycled wood alludes to Marshberry’s own journey as a material entering a new life cycle. Lighting is seamlessly integrated into the linear wood ceiling and elegant pendants are suspended over gathering spaces for a more intimate feel.

Red Bull Offices by pS Arkitektur, Stockholm – Sweden

March 23rd, 2016

The Red Bull logo with its sun, rhomb, bulls and font has given inspiration to the design. Leather furniture (bull), round furniture (sun), rhomb pattern in carpet and thin black lines (font) recurs in the office such as frames and furniture legs.

SPEETBOX BY STARCK stove

March 14th, 2016

A box filled with stones accumulates heat during the heating phase and gradually diffuses it for more than 24 hours once the stove has been stopped, in contrast with only a few hours for a fireplace or conventional wood-burning stove.

Decathlon Connect store by kplus konzept, Munich – Germany

March 14th, 2016

Even the traditional store can be virtually experienced with by the interactive game Run the Store developed by kplus konzept, and it’s lots of fun.

Nike Kobe Mentality 2 Wolf Grey sneaker

March 2nd, 2016

Outfitted in a sleek “Wolf Grey” colorway, the shoe boasts a tuned Flywire upper for superior flexibility and support, with a sculpted rubber outsole for on-court performance.

Krimpen city hall by Fokkema & Partners, Krimpen aan de IJssel – Netherlands

September 27th, 2015

The arrangement of the joinery items in combination with the friendly atmosphere makes it easy to combine both functionalities.

LIU JO Flagship Store by Christopher Goldman Ward, Knokke – Belgium

September 3rd, 2015



White&Gold as usual is the main mood for LIUJO retail concept in Knokke Flagship store.

Microsoft Building B44 by ZGF Architects, Redmond – Washington

November 20th, 2014

A 35-foot living wall with over 36 plant species coupled with a three-story spiral helix staircase makes a dramatic welcoming lobby, and signals entrance to an imaginative custom workspace. Interactive artwork throughout creates a unique environment of engagement, and a creative home for Microsoft’s Cloud & Enterprise team.

Biogen Idec campus by NELSON, Cambridge – Massachusetts

September 28th, 2014

Materials, finishes and furnishings also reflect this new, open, collaborative approach with bolder colors and patterns along with individual and group, flexible meeting furniture arrangements.

Dow Europe “Pack Studios” by Totems, Horgen – Switzerland

September 24th, 2014

The Pack Studios can be arranged in three different ways: one big conference table, a more intimate lounge set up with several small tables divided by partition panels, or a seminar arrangement for larger audiences. Multimedia devices, which can be used in many different ways, underline the flexibility of the room.

Tris3ct office by Twofold Studio, Chicago – Illinois

April 9th, 2014

The space was stripped of all flooring and walls and re-built to allow for growth, flexibility and a brand identity that was continuously evolving. Spaces, walls and furniture were all created to have dual functions and flexibility – which underlines the values and ethos of the company culture.