Posts Tagged ‘geometric’

Les Angles by Smarin

March 12th, 2017

Les Angles are at the same time a seating solution and structuring elements for living spaces. They form a set of geometric cushions which easily fit together to transform in seats for individuals or groups. A new furniture collection of eight elements to arrange at will.

HALO lamps by Quentin de Coster

March 8th, 2017

Developed as a limited edition, the geometric and translucent design of the piece is directly influenced by the standard light bulb. For this project, one characteristic approach that de Coster has adopted alongside Genard is to expose the usually hidden parts of most lamp.

Entreplanta lighting collection by Marta Ayala Herrera & Cito Ballesta

February 20th, 2017

The lamps are positioned in such a way that they explore the X, Y and Z axes. We can consider them as rhythms that dynamize the space with its various volumes, thus enhancing the space sensation of the viewer.

Kido Sushi Bar by DA Architects, St. Petersburg – Russia

February 2nd, 2017

Designed by DA Architects, their objective was to keep the 80 sqm restaurant interior neutral and simple. In total, 400 wooden triangles have been installed, representing DA architects‘ concept of creating an interior “shell”.

Folia collection by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Saint-Louis Crystal

January 30th, 2017

The versatile collection is a surprising approach for Saint-Louis with a singular aesthetic sense. Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance chose the cut of the Folia crystal being influenced by a leaf.

Geometric brass lighting by Lightmaker Studio

January 24th, 2017

“In keeping with the company’s design philosophy – all three series use classic forms, pure shapes and materials such as hand-finished brass and hand-blown glass to create sculpture-like modern pieces,” said the Toronto-based studio. The Mode pendants feature milky blown-glass spheres, organised on a horizontal plane and connected by metal branches.

Shukufuku Japanese Bento restaurant by Rptecture Architects, Melbourne – Australia

July 27th, 2016

Using their geometric brand logo as inspiration, a visually dynamic design language emerged. Featuring natural materials such as timber and rope, the neutral toned materials palette is juxtaposed with ‘pops’ of their corporate colours, blue and yellow.

Entre Tablas, look and cheese pop-up by Hiruki studio, San Sebastian – Spain

July 18th, 2016

The design process started from an old cart, but it developed into a metallic and wooden geometric interpretation of the regional farmer houses and carts.

Kinetic Recruitment offices by Black Sheep, Sydney – Australia

July 13th, 2016

An intentionally “urban” material palette was developed consisting of concrete, brick and black steel. The appearance of the space is raw and contrasted by a geometric feature carpet in the more polished, client facing areas.

HP´s Haute Printing by Egue y Seta at Casa Decor 2016, Madrid – Spain

July 6th, 2016

A closer look at this homely but ephemeral space will sooner or later reveal that everything in it, its “leather like” upholstered wainscoting, its textile wallpapered envelope, all cushioning and bed linens, every window and lamp screen, all wooden joinery pieces, each of the wall hung prints and even its area rug, are all made of nothing but LATEX INK. Please step in this all-printed environment and wonder!

Nike Zoom Superfly Elite shoe

July 1st, 2016

Digital design and rapid-prototyping technology allowed the team to create multiple iterations of the shoe for Fraser-Pryce to test on the track. Fixed spikes were chosen instead on screw-ins, allowing the foot to be as close to the track as possible and increasing traction.

O/M stand at Light+Building 2016, Frankfurt – Germany

June 19th, 2016

Precisely defined outlines of light and shadow play in its geometric spaces; intersections serve as entrances and passages, guiding visitors’ courses, while the stand’s outside intrigues passerby about its interior design. Product and technical information is sharply framed under each beam of light, avoiding the need for redundant light sources.

Sole Optika by Csiszér Design, Körmend – Hungary

June 17th, 2016

Minimal colours and circle forms were designed in the parlour. White high gloss furniture elements and silver geometric wallpaper turn up with popping colours of blue and orange chairs.

Wildwood restaurant by Design Command, Letchworth Garden City – UK

June 15th, 2016

Throughout the restaurant we added geometric leaf patterns with several materials and colours from the ceiling to the floor tiles. Behind the illuminated window features we designed a wallpaper collage from historical pictures of the town for the Garden city collections archive.

Mulberry Windows New Fixture Concept by min design studio, London, Paris, Amsterdam

June 13th, 2016

min design studio took inspiration from the new visual identity of the Mulberry brand, from the new logo, the graphic layouts and block colour palettes from the re-designed Mulberry website which links to the real windows to the digital windows.

MANHATTAN integrated bathtub – washbasin system by Makro Design

May 24th, 2016

MANHATTAN is the new integrated bathtub – washbasin system for the bathroom in grey ecocement, characterized by a clear and rigorous geometric sign with dark nuances and displaying an innovative console in smoked oak with a soft and fluid shape, perfectly integrated in a balanced contrast of colors and materials.

BLAU tree collection by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos for GANDIABLASCO

May 15th, 2016

The BLAU tree is an ode to Mother Nature and the enjoyment of Mediterranean life. More than simply a light: it transcends its geometric design with branches of aluminium profiles that project lines of indirect lighting, creating an exceptional ambience for living magical moments 365 days of the year.

Georg Jensen jewellery by Studio David Thulstrup, Munich – Germany

May 6th, 2016

Further inside the store, the newly introduced men’s area along with the private sales area, offer a darker and warmer atmosphere with walls of dark walnut and high vertical timber slats.

BPC Banking Technologies Offices by IND Architects, Utrecht – Netherlands

April 5th, 2016

There are patterns of broken elbowed figures in a blue-green color scale in almost every premise of the office. Not only do they reflect the corporate identity of the company, but they also add dynamics to the area and communicate ongoing development and ingenuity of approaches, which are one of the key skills for a technology-savvy business.

Ivy 3D printed clutch by Odo Fioravanti for Maison 203

March 21st, 2016