Posts Tagged ‘floor walls’

Resmed Asia Operations office by Raw Design Consultants, Singapore

June 26th, 2017

By utilizing curve and rectilinear lines, the design concept shows excitement and modernity in the office by minimizing sharp corners and applying these designs on the ceiling, floor walls and furniture, without sacrificing a timeless design.

Cafe Ocean Thirteen by Minas Kosmidis, Thessaloniki – Greece

July 19th, 2013

An important element is that the surfaces of oxidized bronze, like the rest time has left its mark up, to recall other times, gold and red sunsets that anyone can see the sea of Thessaloniki and sometimes the gold and silver reflections of fish in the water under the Mediterranean Sun.

Jorge Silva Hair Salon and Spa by AAMD, Guimarães – Portugal

March 27th, 2013

The geometric spatiality results from strong diagonals, composing furniture that accentuates the tension points. Lighting has also a strong presence in the space emphasizing the design lines and contributing for the different atmospheres: one more electric dynamic for the working areas and another more Zen and relaxed for the spa.

Camper store by Note Design Studio, Malmö

January 17th, 2013

The mobility of the archive has also influenced the other objects grouped together in the center of the room. Various furniture pieces in perforated metal and painted in pale pastels give a light and soft appearance, and have handles and wheels so they can be easily moved around the room as needed.

CHOCOLATIER! Maison des Maîtres Chocolatiers Belges by Minale Design Strategy, Brussels

December 1st, 2012

In a singular manner, the floor, walls, and ceiling are treated in a chocolate colour which can be clearly observed from the street. The edges and corners of the room are pulled out in a three dimensional, multifaceted surface that reflect light at different angles.

CHOCOLATIER! Maison des Maîtres Chocolatiers Belges by Minale Design Strategy, Brussels

November 26th, 2012

In a singular manner, the floor, walls, and ceiling are treated in a chocolate colour which can be clearly observed from the street. The edges and corners of the room are pulled out in a three dimensional, multifaceted surface that reflect light at different angles.

Kinoya japanese bistro by Jean de Lessard, Montreal

October 5th, 2012

Modern yet imbued with tradition, this little gem of Japanese cuisine deserved for its jewel case nothing but an unusually inventive design.

MenScience flagship store by HWKN, New York

August 20th, 2012

The new store features a hallway of products between two storefronts of the space, inviting passersby to be enticed by the materiality and modular regularity of the design that seeks to highlight the placement of the products.

Aesop store by March Studio, Paris

August 31st, 2011

We began by looking at the possibilities of plaster, but soon became intrigued by the parquetry floors one sees throughout Paris. We wanted to explore inhabiting the space with one material, used in one encompassing way. We envisaged using cut wood in such a fashion that it covered the floor, walls and ceiling, lending a cohesive texture and warmth to the room.