Posts Tagged ‘herringbone’

Hotel Indigo Edinburgh by Matthews Mee Ltd., Edinburgh – UK

January 16th, 2017

Domestic personal touches extend from room numbers embossed and engraved in genuine leather to Harris Tweed furniture and clean-lined contemporary bathrooms with marble counter tops and slate flooring laid in traditional Georgian bond and herringbone designs.

Herringbone collection by Raw Edges

April 13th, 2016

London design studio Raw Edges has created a collection of zigzag-patterned furniture using pieces of wood that have been dipped into angled buckets of dye.

END. x Tricker’s Two Tone Capped Super Boot

April 17th, 2014

One of the greatest names in shoemaking, Tricker’s have been handmaking the finest bespoke footwear since 1829 and we’re very pleased to be able to continue working on our highly limited collaboration.

Givenchy flagship store, Shanghai – China

October 15th, 2013

The shop interior is somewhat of a trip down memory lane as it takes cues from the iconic Givenchy boxes that used to deliver its precious Haute Couture garments. Four room-sized boxes made of black burnt oak display women’s and men’s clothing.

Oriel restaurant by Afroditi Krassa, London

July 10th, 2012

The custom-made features include the metal work, herringbone patterned mosaic floor and the curved banquettes. Behind the bar, a graphic collection of old station clocks and vintage travel photographs hang off the hook and train screens to remind the users of the original location.

Onitsuka Tiger flagship store, Tokyo

May 18th, 2012

The east meets west interior design concept – a collab effort of architecture practice line-inc and Onitsuka Tiger’s very own roji shoda – blends different aesthetic elements, pairing bamboo herringbone parquet with carefully sourced European furniture and fixtures.

Karine Arabian boutique by Joseph Grappin, Paris

February 14th, 2012

Classically Parisian in style, the boutique now features a façade with lovingly restored mouldings and an authentic herringbone oak parquet floor. The redesigned space is home to an innovative display system for shoes and other leather goods, conceived in the form of modules that are then tailored to specific sections of the space.

D’espresso Cafe, Manhattan

May 3rd, 2011

Nema Workshop have completed the interior design for a small cafe in New York City, where they took the concept of a library and turned it sideways. Located on Madison Avenue, the espresso bar conceptually and literally turns a normal room sideways, creating a striking identity for the emerging brand.