Posts Tagged ‘INPUT creative studio’

UpSide Craft restaurant by Input Creative Studio, New York – USA

December 31st, 2016

Reclaimed wood continues onto the white pegboard ceiling, exhibiting the use of familiar materials used in unconventional ways. Yellow accents have been incorporated to break up the natural tones and provide punch to the light fixtures and furniture.

LOS Symi bistro bar by Input Creative Studio, Symi Island – Greece

September 14th, 2014

Upon entering the interior, guests are immediately drawn to the custom bar area where an installation of copper pipes and light bulbs mimics the shape of a sponge; creating dynamic movement and paying homage to the building’s original owner.

Breadberry supermarket by Input Creative Studio, Brooklyn – New York

July 11th, 2014

A soffit featuring wood fins and neon signs provides ways finding, while acting as singular design element that ties all of the departments together. Wood flooring and custom wall covering runs throughout the aisles, providing warmth and putting customers at ease.

DIFFA’s Dining by Design 2013 Entrance by Input Creative Studio & Clark Gaynor Interiors, New York

April 8th, 2013

The entrance to DIFFA’s Dining by Design 2013 represents the journey of an AIDS victim; illustrated metaphorically through the “light at the end of the tunnel” that DIFFA’s efforts provide. Through the use of perspective, one is naturally drawn into the show as they experience an array of mirrored light bulbs incased in a dark envelope

Swims Pop-Up boutique by INPUT creative studio, Rhodes Island – Greece

November 1st, 2012

Retail boutique, Swims was designed the mimic the boating lifestyle of the brand. Located on a city street, the façade has been wrapped in one hundred and ten recycled strawberry crates and contrasted with a neon sign; allowing the textural façade to stand out from it’s surroundings.

ES shop by INPUT creative studio, Thessaloniki – Greece

December 31st, 2011

The design for ES expands on elements implemented in the store’s predecessor. The juxtaposition of natural elements versus manmade materials, references the concept of an abandoned factory that is consumed by nature.