Posts Tagged ‘interior wall’

eSpoir concept store by ALTA ARCHITECTURE, Seoul – South Korea

May 19th, 2016

In addition to the pragmatic function, the mirrors alter the viewer’s experience at times by fracturing and expanding the perception of space. The central video animation is refected in some of the mirrors, resulting in a kaleidoscopic and ever changing interior environment.

Pasta B restaurant by Garde Italy, Milan – Italy

May 5th, 2016

On the interior wall, overlapping wooden boards of rough texture are placed, creating an ambience of an alley. The wall penetrates the ground floor and the B1 floor, giving a unified sense in the design.

Mona beauty salon by GRIP&Co, Oyama – Japan

March 21st, 2016

These glass fibers transmit light, and when grouped together, give a crystal-like appearance and produce a sparkling effect.

Tadafusa Factory Showroom by Yusuke Seki, Sanjo – Japan

March 18th, 2016

The thinned-out assortment of knives is at once both more attractive and user friendly, the horizontal orientation more intuitive.

Skechers TR Casual Showroom by Zemberek Design, Istanbul – Turkey

January 25th, 2016

A modular and dynamic shelf system is designed that provides opportunity for sales representatives to organise their exhibition styles by classifying products in an easy and flexible way, and so as to present variability according to different customers, in order cycles.

YOGASMOGA Store by Axis Mundi Design at Fashion Island, Newport Beach – California

November 6th, 2015



YOGASMOGA is a yoga-inspired athletic apparel company that upholds the tenets of yoga through responsible and authentic business practices that inspire deep, direct and lasting connections with customers.

COS Store by Office AO Architecture & G Architecture, Toronto – Canada

November 5th, 2015



COS, an upscale European retailer under the H&M (Hennes and Mauritz) brand, recently expanded into the Canadian retail market.

WATERFRONT RESORT HOTELS! Amanruya resort, Bodrum – Turkey

April 15th, 2013

The Amanruya resort has been set up with respect of the environment and effortlessly blends into the lush landscape, featuring traditional Mediterranean and Ottoman architecture and building methods yet with a distinct contemporary touch.

Bularnia office by BudCud + Maria Schoen, Krakow

January 14th, 2013

The goal was to introduce more natural light to dark and overpowering interior. This move redefined new proportions of space and optically enlarged narrow and low room. What’s more, light and transparent finishing materials, such as glass, delicate steel mesh and perforated boards were used to emphasize the openness of new office space.

Papabubble candy shop by Yusuke Seki, Yokohama

June 21st, 2012

Papabubble are Caramels Artesans started in Barcelona in 2004, and has since launched all over the world. The candies are all hand made, and shows the process of making candy for a customer, and in doing so, entertaining kids and adult viewers alike. The shop design resembles a laboratory, and shows off the finely presented hand made look of these experimental candies.

Shine store by NC Design, Hong Kong

December 14th, 2011

Shine is one of Hong Kong’s most renowned high end multi-brand fashion stores, known for bringing pioneering foreign brands to the trend conscious locals. For the second shop located in the high traffic youth-oriented shopping district of Causeway Bay, the owner specifically requested for NC Design & Architecture Ltd (NCDA) to produce a design that would reinforce the company’s identity as an avant-garde and experimental fashion store.

Hand-Crafted Stone Tiles by Design Stone Research

June 30th, 2011

The Hand Crafted Stone Tiles can be used in exterior and interior wall installations for residential and commercial projects. Beautiful effects can be achieved by lighting the textured walls. No two pieces are exactly alike. The surface is completely hand-crafted. Stone is a natural product and any variation is related to its quality. It is possible to have variations in shading, composition, veining and colour.

Swarovski store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Ginza

May 24th, 2011

Crystal is one of the most enigmatic forms – at once representative of extraordinary geological forces of unfathomable spatial and temporal dimension, and next a legendary artifice of Venetian glassmakers. Self-replicating, but not alive, in its natural state it is a phenomenon the visual perfection of which is virtually unattainable. It is in these supernatural and phenomenological characteristics of mineral and glass that Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has located a medium of enormous cultural resonance.

Change it! wall concept by Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov

May 13th, 2011

Change It! wall concept uses a prism system to provide flexibility allowing the user to transform the style of a space with the flick of a wrist. The interior wall has numerous combinations, adapting to provide
either a subtle wall or an art piece. This design, by Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov, will be in production soon.

Symbiotic Green Wall

April 22nd, 2011

Normally at a big construction site, an ugly OSB wall plastered with posters provides a barrier between the site and the rest of the city. Typically thought of as eyesores, these walls are anything but pleasing to the eye. But what if they could be transformed into living urban spaces full of plants and systems that provide both an environmental and social benefit to the people walking by? The Symbiotic Green Wall, by Kooho Jung & Hayeon Kelly Choi, could do just that!