Posts Tagged ‘furnishing’

Work & Turn table by atelier JMCA

March 1st, 2016

‘Work & Turn’ gets its name from its ability to rotate 180°. This is accomplished by creative leg design, which allows them to folded to 120° to provide rotation clearance.

Das Haus installation by Sebastian Herkner at IMM, Cologne – Italy

February 2nd, 2016

Woven elements join the collage of eco-conscious materials with a focus on craftsmanship. Lighting details punctuate the space, with artful neon tube lamps sitting alongside oversized glass bulbs which pushed to the mouth-blown technique to its limits.

Chilewich Store by De-SPEC, New York City

March 28th, 2015

Chilewich Store by De-SPEC, New York City

Omotesando Building Furnishing by Nendo, Tokyo – Japan

March 10th, 2015

Nendo furnishes Toyo Ito’s Omotesando building in Tokyo

BainArt Luxe store by Studio dLux, São Paulo – Brazil

October 23rd, 2014

The store has two outstanding panels that are made with the same material. The first panel is located in the facade of the store, and it was created by combining three different colours, giving it a tridimensional look.

CLINIC DESIGN! Flourish Paediatrics by Molecule, Melbourne – Australia

May 28th, 2014

The insertion of a thickened, cabinetry wall into the existing tenancy creates the consultation room as a contained space within the larger volume. The wall incorporates storage and habitable niches; by blurring the line between carpentry and cabinetry, the project carefully integrates fitout, furniture and furnishing elements to create a unified whole.

HEART-board pyramid by Collective Paper Aesthetics

May 3rd, 2014

The activity was designed as a collaboration between Haifa City Museums and Haifa’s Downtown Authorities to provide a one day experience for general public outside of the Museum’s physical space.

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – FontanaArte

April 30th, 2014

Founded in 1932 by Gio Ponti and Pietro Chiesa, FontanaArte was the first Italian company to make its mark in the interior design sector.

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Elea

March 3rd, 2014

The company specialized in exhibiting solutions but in time strengthened its industrial capacity to manufacture furnishing units destined to the modern retailing sector. The company is now a reference for the market while still not being the biggest or the most famous company.

DotBox storage system by by Hangar Design Group for Dieffebi

July 17th, 2013

DotBox is a modular system of storage units whose strength lies in its ability to extend both vertically and horizontally with countless possible combinations. It is ideal for organizing open spaces, dividing areas with different functions and allowing for smooth spatial planning that stimulates the staff in a productive way.

Gergeti coffee table by NVDRS

June 29th, 2013

The coffee table Gergeti is actually a flexible system, made of different elements that could be used separately or all together. It’s defined by a strong but as well minimalist geometry, that decorates different environments and contexts, and by different materials, combined in a harmonic and graceful way.

Leather wall tiles by Studioart

April 5th, 2013

Studioart leather wall tiles is articulated in an extraordinary variety of solutions: the new material and original embossing options suggest sophisticated and versatile couplings of style and colours to create optical effects on the surfaces, emphasis and enhance the natural characteristics of the leathers.

Angelico flagship store by Davide Volpe & Luca Malavolta, Milan

March 12th, 2013

Metal fittings have been left in natural iron, with the sole application of a protection paint as surface treatment. The first floor opens up on a picture covering the whole length of the glass walls that divide the shop from the show-room.

Ideas’ office, Malmö – Sweden

March 12th, 2013

The 20 meter long facade of glass brings the city into the room and you get a panorama view over the charming buildings nearby. Concrete and glass meet green grass and an eternal blue sky. The furnishing is a mixture of designer pieces, vintage and ideas own furniture range for office spaces.

Yandex Office by za bor Architects, Yekaterinburg – Russia

February 17th, 2013

The office is divided into specific zones by the complex of the following inventive means: thin metal profile built-up constructions and inclined glass screens. It was possible to make corridors almost straight, and to separate some conference «cells» for 2-3 employees by using inclined oblique-angled designs.

Tavernetta italian cuisine restaurant by Studio Belenko, Odessa – Ukraine

November 14th, 2012

Tavernetta is an italian cuisine restaurant in Odessa, Ukraine. Wooden furnishing made of siberian pine and waxed. Interior looks very traditional and low-tech, it’s warm and athmospheric. The furniture and wooden parts have the characteristic rough pattern.

Optik Weiss by Heikaus, Aichtal – Germany

September 18th, 2012

The new Aichtal branch of popular optician Weiss in the Stuttgart area has been a true eye-catcher since Heikaus re-designed it into a piece of design artwork. Outstanding furnishing with an open fireplace creates a tasteful environment. The customer is comfortable and inspired in his selection here.

Thread Family by Coordination

June 26th, 2012

“Thread Family” is a set of small hight adaptable furnishings featuring a thread and seat lathed from walnut wood on a welded steel base in many colours. The family consists of three members: Small Stool, Bistro Table & High Stool.

C Men beauty salon by Sam Well Design, Bordeaux

May 15th, 2012

A 200 m2 space, exclusively reserved to the first men beauty and relaxation institute in Bordeaux. Designed by Sam Well, the reception is an elegant mix between natural wood and lacquered white. We reach to the first floor by this enigmatic and geometric stairwell inspired by a multiple triangle faces mirror.

Monki store by Electric Dreams, London

April 16th, 2012

Psychedelic patterns, tentacled jellyfish, reflective mirrors and vintage vessels combine at the new Monki store on London’s Carnaby Street. Inspired by an underwater world, Stockholm-based studio Electric Dreams used a khaki-based colour scheme throughout the interior.