Posts Tagged ‘integrated lighting’

Piper Jaffray Offices by Fusion Design Consultants, Boston – Massachusetts

September 5th, 2016

Instead of a standard flat drywall ceiling, Fusion envisioned a dynamic, volumetric feature with integrated lighting. The “slats” bring in the idea of wood planks but in an abstract, unexpected way.

E Eye Place by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

July 6th, 2016

This modern lux design features a crisp, clean feel utilising geometric black and white contrasting forms whilst ensuring a warm and inviting approach represented by natural textures such as timber planks, concrete textures and aged metal finishes throughout.

Virgin Active lighting by Hoare Lea Lighting, London – UK

May 11th, 2016

With a brief to adopt a fresh, integrated architectural approach, the scheme forms an important part of the visitor experience and throughout the Club lighting details complement the high-end interior design and finishes.

Les Dada East hair and styling salon by Joshua Florquin, Paris – France

February 2nd, 2016

This environment is created by a three-layered birch plywood hexagonal ceiling with integrated lighting, which represents the piercing sunbeams. This hexagonal overlapping grid reminds us of the alveolar pattern bees make while making honey.

Jimmy Choo Store by Christian Lahoude Studio at Harbour City, Hong Kong

December 30th, 2015



Jimmy Choo’s 157-square-meter flagship in Harbour City, Hong Kong is a two-level, dual gender store that introduces itself with a double height façade.

Shoebaloo store by MVSA Architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

December 3rd, 2014

The store comprises two elliptical spaces that gravitate towards each other in the centre of the space. At the rear is the counter and a large vertical elliptic vitrine, both integrated into the contours.

Quiksilver Young Men’s Store by Clive Wilkinson Architects, Costa Mesa – California

July 16th, 2013

Designed as an undulating wooden tunnel, swelling surfaces create a variety of display areas providing shelving and integrated lighting. Where the form of the rolling walls and ceilings refer to the surfer on the ocean waves, the materialization evokes the environment of surfing on the land: skateboarding.

Rewind bar & lounge by Takenouchi Webb, Singapore

May 25th, 2012

The 105m2 space was formally a bar and café with half of the space taken up by an enclosed kitchen area. The brief was to convert the space into a lounge/ cocktail bar that could be connected to the adjacent club next door.

Shine flagship store by LEAD design, NC Design, Hong Kong

September 29th, 2011

The Shine Flagship Fashion Store in Causeway Bay showcases how an architectural reinterpretation of contemporary textile patterns & accessories can be seamlessly integrated into fashion retail, creating a fascinating yet highly functional contemporary store.