Posts Tagged ‘gaps’

Fantasia collection Shirin Ehya

September 14th, 2016

Shirin Ehya balances straight lines and a mid-century design aesthetic with Persian elements to result in the modern frames of lacquered wood, which has been laser-cut with a specific lattice pattern.

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.

MIA Design Studio Offices, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

June 1st, 2016

The design idea is not so special, we just try to make working space simple and convenient enhance the adaption to the surrounding landscape, blur the boundary between inside and outside.

Blues Design Office by D.I.G Architects, Obu – Japan

March 9th, 2016

We made gaps and crossing between floor and floor, floor and roof. 1m gaps of floors connect different spaces and crossing frame opens and mixes up inside and outside.

Ferdings Bar and Restaurant by Format Works and Graphism, Munich – Germany

October 11th, 2015

We built an old industrial laboratory in an ordinary house in one of Munichs lifestyle and nightlife neighborhoods. Inside this old industrial style designed room grabs a futuristic bar the attention.

Fujimido Aoto Shop by MuFF Co., Tokyo

June 16th, 2012

The corner section of a Tokyo rice cracker factory has been transformed into an on-site sales shop for its crispy creations. The client wanted shoppers to be able to see rice crackers being made, and a minimum of 20 varieties of the product to be displayed simultaneously.

Naos lamp by Naos Lighting

March 4th, 2012

Naos lamp is an original do it yourself pendant made out of wood. It consists of thirty natural light oak plates. No screws, no glue, only thirty plates cleverly assembled to hold together.

Poppy-S by Burkhard Dämmer for LZF

October 25th, 2011

The poppy hanging lamp (yes, Poppy, like the flower!), together with Pod, are the most natural expression to date signed by German designer Burkhard Dämmer, in contrast to his more formal trend more concise and synthetic.