Posts Tagged ‘ivory’

Manolo Blahnik Store by Nick Leith-Smith, London – UK

July 9th, 2015



What a sweet confection of color, whimsy, and exquisite footwear! Nick Leith-Smith Architecture + Design had the, I am certain, distinct pleasure of working with Manolo Blahnik, once again, to design his boutique within Harrods.

Scent of Varo store by acca Inc., Kyoto – Japan

January 26th, 2015

Scent of Varo store by acca Inc., Kyoto – Japan

Living Matter(s) exhibition by Transnatural Workspace, Amsterdam – Netherlands

December 7th, 2014

The Skin project exists out of algorithmic generated wearable structures that are covered with materials made from bacterial cellulose. The designer explores the aesthetics and functional potential of the grown materials combined with digital fabrication methods.

Garzisi Zafferano branding & packaging by Brandlore

October 30th, 2014

A glass jar that contains and preserves the saffron stems is sandwiched between a wooden mortar and pestle, made with beechwood. The cap with a added sphere -that rests inside the bottle for hygiene- combined with the bottom part, make a beautiful small crusher. We even made an ad-hoc tweezers to pluck the steams out of the glass jar.

Aesop shop-in-shop by Russell & George, Singapore

January 10th, 2013

The design uses a palette of ivory and soft sea green while a black-tiled countertop reiterates the retail space’s utilitarian aesthetic and recasts the modest tile in a scientific manner. European oak has been used for the shelves and flooring, and offer a warm contrast.

Optik Weiss by Heikaus, Aichtal – Germany

September 18th, 2012

The new Aichtal branch of popular optician Weiss in the Stuttgart area has been a true eye-catcher since Heikaus re-designed it into a piece of design artwork. Outstanding furnishing with an open fireplace creates a tasteful environment. The customer is comfortable and inspired in his selection here.

Light + Building 2012 Frankfurt – Gong suspended lamp by Prandina

May 15th, 2012

The diffuser of Gong is a blown glass cocoon, internally etched and painted outside on almost its entire height and is always transparent downwards.