Posts Tagged ‘light colour’

11 Howard hotel by Space Copenhagen, New York City

May 20th, 2016

The studio created a range of custom furniture, handmade in Denmark, for the rooms. Adapted from its Fly collection for Danish brand &tradition, the lounge pieces are made from oiled oak to add to the light colour palette of the walls and flooring.

Argolite exhibition stand at Swissbau 2016 fair by Dobas AG, Lucerne – Switzerland

February 3rd, 2016

On the left side 7 light-columns were created in HPL to attract interest on new properties of their products. Each column had two viewmaster installations (fashionable dia-viewer in the 70ties) illustrating the application of these materials.

Kki Sweets and The Little Dröm Store by PRODUCE WORKSHOP, Singapore

December 7th, 2015

In the Kki Sweets section, volumes above the plane hints at the imaginary while the volumes below are adapted to practical requirements of eating and merchandising, forming tables and shelves, intimate interiors, and close-knitted exteriors.

Hook & Eye showroom by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Stuttgart – Germany

February 28th, 2014

The interior design is kept very low-key on purpose to bring out the colours of the furniture pieces. The light colour of white glazed coniferous wood is combined with grey tones. The display furnishings are made of natural, sober materials and shapes to place the accent on the furniture.

COS store, Milan

May 24th, 2012

The shop interior is similar to other COS stores, featuring minimal design in a light colour scheme that’s typically Scandinavian. The new store carries the brand’s complete men’s + women’s apparel, accessories and shoe collections.

Beresford Hotel bar by Kerry Phelan Design Office, Sydney

March 28th, 2012

The brief was to create a live music venue that would appeal to inner city locals in particular. We immediately looked to venues in London and NYC for inspiration. We wanted to retain the laid back feeling of the existing pub downstairs, but as the venue will be attracting international acts, were keen to add a bit of glamour.

Creme de la Creme by Plazma Architects, Vilnius

May 20th, 2011

Influences of nearby Scandinavia are apparent in Crème de la Crème, a fragrance and beauty care boutique that opened late last year in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The boutique is one of about 170 shops and restaurants that occupy the new, award-winning Panorama shopping centre, one of the largest and most expensive shopping malls in the Baltic countries. The store’s physical concept is by the Lithuanian Plazma architects and specifically architect Evelina Talandzeviciene. Light-colour wood, scarce furnishings, simplified lines and subdued edges create a feeling of weightlessness and free-flowing space.