Posts Tagged ‘inhabitants’

Bentley Light installation at Design Miami 2014 by Massimo Uberti

December 3rd, 2014

Design Miami 2014: Italian artist Massimo Uberti has bent neon tubes into the shape of a room for an installation commissioned by British motor company Bentley.

Lavapies Market Workspace by Colectivo PEC, Madrid – Spain

March 22nd, 2014

The design and construction processes took place at the same time, each one of the designs which finally set the action, were agreed upon between the PEC members during the weekly meetings that were going through the evolution of the work, planning the following tasks and were taking the subsequent design decisions.

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.

JanSport Corporate Headquarters by Rapt Studio, San Leandro

April 14th, 2012

Relocating from their Wisconsin home to the bay area, JanSport wished to retain a meaningful connection to their “rural” roots while supporting an aggressive expansion of their product offerings and a re-energizing of their corporate image.

Caparrós y Reina Pharmacy by MOBIL M, Santa María del Águila

September 20th, 2011

The story of this project cannot be understood without children. Every day, the children of the inhabitants of Santa María del Águila pass in front of the Caparrós y Reina Pharmacy on their way to school. Their break-time shouts, games and songs can be heard from here – the very murmur Peter Pan never wanted to leave behind.