Posts Tagged ‘glass surfaces’

Xoom Offices by Huntsman Architectural Group, San Francisco – California

July 1st, 2017

The visual design direction reflects Xoom’s position in the marketplace: established, global, yet accessible. Two juxtaposed material palettes express the space’s natural and contemporary style. Inspired by international craft, the use of olive ash veneer, wool felt, and woven area rugs bring a sense of warmth to the public areas.

F06 table by Anidride Design for Gibam Composit

April 12th, 2017

The clean-cut and rational design of its elements is perfectly combined with its materials and colors, to create a product that is practical, versatile and suitable to enhance the value of every environment. The technical choices made when devising the counters of the F06 series are meant to take care of every detail.

EMC Office by Symmetrics Development Services, Bangalore – India

March 12th, 2017

The underlying objective was to keep the space as fluid as possible and transcend the no-barriers theme into the way EMC’s employees work. EMC has adopted flex workspaces that give employees the freedom to work from anywhere across the floor without being tied to a specific desk.

3M Customer Meeting Area by Stirixis, Marousi – Greece

May 23rd, 2016

The predominant colors are white and grey and are matched perfectly by our designers with wooden style flooring and details of red. Most of the materials used for this client space are from 3M product inventory, in order to capture the wide and differentiated 3M product portfolio in real life applications.

Consulting company office by Katz, Riga – Latvia

April 21st, 2016

The colour palette chosen for this interior is calm and moderate – grey, beige, silver, black and white. There are a lot of glass surfaces and walls, as well as a glazed roof and many dormer windows that provide a lot of natural daylight and a feeling of wide space in the room.

NOA Club by Gosho Studio & 49studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

December 10th, 2015

They used straightforward clear shapes to reinterpret the art deco style, natural stone for the bar and table surface and reflective and glass surfaces that work well with the whole smart lighting setup.

ENEL Pavilion by Piuarch at Milan Expo 2015, Milan – Italy

July 23rd, 2015



Piuarch Designs the ENEL Pavilion for EXPO 2015 – A virtual volume made with 650 polycarbonate vectors expressing the innovation of the smart grid

Restaurant Hummel by Room Code, Regensburg – Germany

June 19th, 2015



Room Code uses muted, organic forms to transform Restaurant Hummel

Playtech Office By Soesthetic Group, Kiev – Ukraine

March 1st, 2015

SOESTHETIC GROUP have designed the Ukrainian offices for Playtech, an online gaming software company.

Brioni Store by Studio Park Associati, Singapore

February 24th, 2015

Brioni, the Italian fashion house that’s renowned for their made-to-measure suits by master tailors, is finally providing their legendary services in Singapore.

Kids Museum of Glass by COORDINATION ASIA, Shanghai – China

February 16th, 2015

China’s first children’s design museum: the Kids Museum of Glass.

Filia76 eyeware store by Claudia Weber, Kassel – Germany

September 20th, 2014

A clever arrangement of mirrors and glass surfaces makes for a luminous interior awash with transparency and visual effects. This symbiosis of concrete, leather, steel and 250 year old oak wood can be seen in the documenta city of Kasse.

BAUSCH + LOMB HQ by 137kilo, Warsaw

April 2nd, 2013

Research labs and contact lenses – the client’s main product – served as our inspiration. White exposed ceilings combined with glass surfaces combine to create a light and transparent space. This seemingly sterile aesthetic is balanced by green walls along the space’s main visual axes and functional solutions which encourage teamwork and relaxation.

Jégbüfé NumberNowDesign & Ábris Gryllus, Budapest

May 15th, 2012

Jégbüfé (Ice Buffet) is a still living notion among the inhabitants of Budapest since 1952, when it was opened on the Square of the Franciscans. It is quite well-known; moreover it radiates the atmosphere of the great 50th’s.

Cabello salon by a2arhitektura, Belgrade

March 4th, 2012

In just 20-sq-m, a salon in Belgrade, Serbia, makes a big statement. The rental property could not have permanent changes made to its design, so the team at a2arhitektura treated the entire interior space with a black tone. This not only hid unsightly dropped ceiling and plaster-covered beams, but made the space seem bigger.

Munich L’illa Diagonal by Dear design, Barcelona

September 19th, 2011

Dark-glass surfaces, mirrors, metal trees and cage-like boxes hanging from the ceiling (from which the shoes have “escaped”), all carry a carefree, experimental and impermanent air. The angular and clunky space with its hard edges and seemingly moving parts is clearly an attempt to say that the septuagenarian brand is nowhere near slowing down.

SVARTENSGATAN 7 by BergerBerger

August 5th, 2011

The idea was to capture transparency and light in a rather dark space with limited natural light. The design is futuristic with a color palette in subtle, natural colors juxtaposed with harsh fluorescent lighting. Glass surfaces, light panels and walls are covered by illustrations and typography that capture fictional environments and people in motion.