Posts Tagged ‘geometric patterns’

Dilworth Coffee by Square Feet Studio, Charlotte – North Carolina

September 20th, 2017

White quartz countertops allow for ample work and display areas for baristas. Existing concrete floors were ground and polished and tie into the lobby’s floors for a seamless transition. Built-in menu boards, cork walls, custom walnut casework and tables, and brass trim complete the detail package.

MAREDO Flagship-restaurant by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Berlin – Germany

May 23rd, 2017

The traditional gaucho poncho with its woven geometric pattern inspires the spatial elements that are formed from diamond and zigzag shapes and give the Corporate Architecture its high recognition value. It can be found in the floor tiles that were specially designed for Maredo, in the wallpaper on the walls, in the structure of the counter fronts and in the open, coffered wood ceiling.

Frank Food restaurant by Futur2, Girona – Spain

December 30th, 2016

The use of classic materials, basic in their most natural state, has given us that touch of warmth and authenticity, but by means of a twist in its use and application, we have managed to give the space a modern air. The layered construction of different materials has led to warm textures contrasting with flat and geometric patterns.

La Tablée by Alcmea Architectes, Nantes – France

October 1st, 2016

La Tablée manages to balance the warmth of the wood that evokes a feeling of friendliness, with geometric patterns and allusions to the contemporary Bleu Saphir, as a response to the urban life demand.

Room Mate Hotel Giulia by Patricia Urquiola, Milan – Italy

August 12th, 2016

Terracotta bricks, another typical feature in the Milanese architecture, are used on a curved wall in the lobby to create a tridimensional effect.

Xi Ding-Dumpling restaurant by RIGI DESIGN, Dalian – China

May 6th, 2016

The concept “comfort” drives the overall layout of the restaurant. In order to meet the demands of small gatherings, the lighting design creates a private cozy spatial feeling by using accent lighting strategy.

Hookah Bar Nargile by KMAN Studio, Sofia – Bulgaria

March 21st, 2016

Generated by 7456 wooden cylinders, the shape is in constant play with the ground following the curvatures on the floor and emphasizing the contours.

Viviane Restaurant at Avalon Hotel by Kelly Wearstler, Beverly Hills – California

February 24th, 2016

Each space is furnished with a patchwork of 50s style beechwood lounge chairs and Wearstler’s signature soufflé sofas, encouraging time to be slowly spent by visitors going with the relaxed Californian flow.

The Great Green Wall Installation by Joseph Barakat, Beirut – Lebanon

July 31st, 2015



In light of Beirut Design Week 2015, the Food Trend Corporation, managing “Leila” and “Kahwet Leila”, restaurants renowned for their casual Lebanese cuisine, commissioned Lebanese Architect Joseph Barakat to create an installation in their authentic Beiruti café, situated in the heart of the Gemmayzeh district.

Acoustic panels by StokkeAustad for Gudbrandsdalen Uldvarefabrikk

February 2nd, 2015

StokkeAustad’s acoustic panels pair colourful fabric with metal and stone Stockholm 2015: Oslo studio StokkeAustad has combined colourful textiles with a selection of shinier materials to create acoustic panels that feature geometric patterns.

Wooden rug by Elisa Strozyk

August 18th, 2014

The German designer Elisa Strozyk created this series of three colored carpet.

DANI Naturals packaging & Website design by DEI Creative

July 4th, 2014

Inspired by the pure, organic products, DEI coupled a streamlined apothecary look with floral imagery and geometric patterns, creating a package line that is both fresh and vibrant.

DTDigital branding by Designworks

February 1st, 2013

The supporting graphic language is energetic and colourful; geometric patterns which radiate and pulse giving an illusion of movement and energy to capture DT’s constant motion and progression. A core colour palette of bright primary colours and impactful typography move DT confidently forward into the future space they own.

Diamond Woods tables by Tesler-Mendelovich for Talents Design Studio

October 11th, 2012

Assembled with flexible geometric patterns as their core structure, the furniture collection uses these sequences to create an array of traditionally crafted pieces.