Posts Tagged ‘holes’

Nuts and Peanuts Packages by Ayala Tal

November 28th, 2016

The packages are shaped with geometric shapes of animals, and contain different amount of nuts and peanuts (in wide and thin measures), according to their animals. For example the giraffe package is taller than the lion’s package. The inspiration to the color palette and the ״see through״ holes that created is from the Fashion world and African dresses design.

llll.03 Lamp by llll-lighting

November 26th, 2015



llll.03 is a combination of aluminium circles covered with 2 layers of streched fabric, and connecting tubes joined by a hinge, so endless combinations and positions are possible.

SNAP : Design Your Own Furniture by Be-elastic, Barcelona & San Francisco

June 25th, 2015


SNAP : Design Your Own Furniture is an assembly system for furniture that with an innovative mechanism that allows you to design endless one-of-a-kind tables, TV stands, shelves, among others.

Bent Bench by alcarol

January 15th, 2015

May’s bar by Tomo Yamakawa Design, Shanghai – China

July 29th, 2014

We decided to create bended brick façade with small holes, which takes outside vibrant ambience into inside space. If you are inside, you would feel the context of outside through the brick holes.

Delta Light booth at Interieur 2012, Kortrijk – Belgium

November 12th, 2012

Visitors were met by a large boulder measuring 1.86 metres high held up by black cylindrical pillars. On appearance, the installation appeared empty, however upon entering the space covered by this looming monolithic structure and looking upwards, large circular cut outs of varying diameter were revealed.

Experimental / hybrid furniture by Kata Monus

June 24th, 2012

Hungarian textile designer Kata Monus has created an experimental storage piece in which soft material is organically integrated with wood in a way that it breaks free of the customary standards of furniture manufacturing. Textile goes beyond its application and becomes an independent component of the object, connecting the two ashen elements as a knitted structure running through holes.

Sunglasses Shop by Kiss Miklós & Görög Ferenc Gábor

March 16th, 2012

The concept of the store interior is based on the world of mines and therefore creates the philosophy of mining the sunglasses. A playful contrast was applied in the concept.

Blush lounge chair by Sofie Brünner

February 15th, 2012

BLUSH is a unique lounge chair that aims at stimulating the senses. Working from the concept of haptic design (design that stimulate the sense of touch), BLUSH has a contrasting and playful appearance that invites the user to explore the materials, construction and comfortability.

T-Magi store by WE architecture, Copenhagen

January 10th, 2012

While many shops tend to have a clear distinction between storefront and interior, the design of T-magi is intended to allow the shop itself to be perceived as the display window. WE have used the teapot – an object universally associated with tea – as the motif for both the shop, the logo and the PR material.

Swing package by Gerlinde Gruber

November 15th, 2011

This packaging was designed for the swing Aufschwung by viennese Designer Michael Hensel. The simple and cost-saving cut was made out of corrugated cardboard and needs no adhesive. The design offers optimal characteristics for presentation caused by the open cut.

Shoebaloo shoe store by MVSA, Rotterdam

October 10th, 2011

The success of the Amsterdam shop led to a second commission for a new store in Rotterdam. Here the shop window is covered with pale green foil in which holes have been cut. Behind the holes are white leather coffers, each displaying a single shoe, spotlit like a precious jewel.

Hechima 5 by Ryuji Nakamura

August 8th, 2011

It is made of sheets of firm industrial paper that have been stuck together in many wavy layers to make the holes look like a net.