Posts Tagged ‘local designers’

22squared’s office by Associated Space Design, Tampa – Florida

August 28th, 2016

The entire office is made with reclaimed wood, cigar molds from Ybor City (Tampa’s historic district that was founded by Cuban cigar manufactures), Interface carpet, and more.

Starbucks Mall of Africa, Johannesburg – South Africa

May 11th, 2016

The store has been constructed and built with local people and local designers for the lighting and wooden furniture. South African craftsmanship as portrayed in the wood cladding telling the Starbucks story of her Siren, her hairs painted by South African artist Kurt Pio.

Barclays Africa Digital Development Office by dhk, Cape Town – South Africa

February 6th, 2016

An eclectic mix of high-tech and industrial style furniture and fittings contrasts the raw textures and materials with the gadgetry that the team works with. All of the furniture was either made by contractors to dhk’s design or sourced from local designers – with the exception of office chairs and specialised lighting.

W Amsterdam Hotel by Office Winhov & Baranowitz + Kronenberg Architecture, Amsterdam – Netherlands

October 26th, 2015



The hotly anticipated W Amsterdam has finally arrived.

1:1 Exhibition by Piero Lissoni, New York City

June 4th, 2015

Brooklyn exhibition pairs work of Piero Lissoni and local designers

Ambrose collection by Heal’s

September 14th, 2014

The Ambrose collection is a range of intelligently designed furniture and essential products for all areas of the home, especially where space is at a premium.

Miao’s Culture & Sustainable Design Exhibition by Purge, Hong Kong

May 4th, 2013

The concept of the exhibition is inspired by the “Terrace Field” of Miao’s Nationality. Its staircase elements, the curvy lines and shapes were skillfully interpreted to both the eye catching façade and the interiors.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Winter – MOODS OF NORWAY

February 1st, 2013

In the creative cellars of the picturesque town of Stryn, Norway (population 6750), the two local designers Simen Staalnacke and Peder Børresen, after years of global travels, international studies and nights of sizzling cocktails, gave birth to a concept soon to be known, worn, and adored; the Moods of Norway.