Posts Tagged ‘gradient’

edc Spring / Summer 2017 windows by Deck5, Germany

July 13th, 2017

Stripes of gradient colors form a wave in the edc spring window, mannequins on different heights support this movement in the window. The stripes are turnable and show either a gradient from green, blue to purple, or a gradient from yellow, orange to pink – spring feeling!

INDIGO packaging by Fabula Branding

April 28th, 2017

A visual fragmentation of the syllables gives playfulness to the INDIGO name. The contrast and stylish gradient present the product favorably on the shelf.

Côte&Ciel store by Linehouse, Hong Kong

February 21st, 2016

The poles have a horizontal and vertical gradient from rough to polished finish. Vertically, a datum of polished stainless steel define the high level of the poles and rough finish at lower level.

C_29 / Optimist Eyewear Store by 314 architecture studio, Chalcis – Greece

December 26th, 2015



314 architecture designs Optimist eyewear store in Greece

Happy Hair Salon by 90id, Taiwan

June 12th, 2015



Happy Hair – a modern girl’s dressing room

La Nube “The Cloud” installation by Bea & Mecha Palacio, Buenos Aires – Argentina

October 30th, 2014

In the ceiling of the stairway, a wavy pattern is generated by using a base module, which repeated several times generates an ondulating and continuous volume. These modules were generated, taking into account the material reuse. The pieces selected as base modules were originally rigid Polyurethane foam half pipes, that were destined to be discarded.

W.L. Gore & Associates History Exhibit by Lynn Paik Design, Newark – Delaware

August 13th, 2014

Pivot door faced display cabinets act as exhibit anchors. Each pivot door holds a large pane of digitally etched gradient glass shifting from frosted to clear. The gradient etched glass creates a subtle division between the objects displayed within cabinet and the floating timeline attached to the face of the door.

Alexandre Herchcovitch flagship store by Arkitito, São Paulo

December 23rd, 2011

The São Paulo flagship store of Brazilian fashion designer Alexandre Herchcovitch was modelled after his own clothing line. Responsible for the store concept was architecture studio Arkitito, which looked to Herchcovitch’s designs for inspiration.

Hama restaurant by k-studio, Athens

October 6th, 2011

HAMA is a Japanese-Brazilian restaurant, located in the southern suburbs of Athens. The concept was influenced by the philosophy of the traditional Japanese house layout, reaching a balance between open space (oku) and closed internal space (ma).