Posts Tagged ‘local’

Modern Sampran Wangprom Office by Apostrophy’s, Nakhon Pathom – Thailand

May 30th, 2017

There are several hand painting herbal figure, and certificated hang on the dark green wall which tell us the brand image. In addition, another meaningful element; customized wallpaper which illustrated many herbs, the major ingredient of “Wangprom” products was placed in every part in the space even pantry and restroom.

KFC Huating Road by YUMChina, Shanghai – China

May 30th, 2017

Design elements that are familiar to the local household back in the days have been adopted in the store, such as texture glasses, boutique sofa, patterned flooring, and bubble lights. YUMChina invited Shanghai based artists to illustrate a wall mural depicting a panoramic scene of the once famous Huating Road Clothes Market.

At Six hotel by Universal Design Studio, Stockholm – Sweden

April 28th, 2017

The monochrome interior contrasts shades of warm grey and highly textured natural materials with soft furnishings and classic furniture editions. The aim was to reinterpret the brutalist aesthetic of the building and the immediate architectural landscape of Brunkebergstorg Square.

LinkedIn offices by Il Prisma, Paris – France

April 24th, 2017

Each workspheres is designed with a balanced mix of work settings and ancillary spaces, open space meeting room, drop in, copy area, archive to make any area self-sufficient as an ecosystem.

Iota yarns collection

March 20th, 2017

Products in the first collection include petal-like poufs and stools made from gathered crocheted yarns. It also features knotted cushions and a series of rugs with wide coloured stripes and silky tassels.

ItalianoRio exhibition by Marina Piquet + OCO Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

March 13th, 2017

Usually closed to the public, the Consulate’s terrace was opened during the event, so visitors could enjoy the incredible view of the Guanabara Bay and the Sugar Loaf. Access to the terrace was done through an installation where the walls were covered with the Brazilian-Portuguese words and expressions with Italian origin.

Café Prado packaging by Miklos Kiss

February 13th, 2017

When creating the design I chose an elegant typography with a simple, classic tracing. In spite of the low budget and the black coffee bag, I would have liked to create an outstandingly aesthetic label which can compete among any other dominant wrapping, since the quality of the products deserves more serious attention.

HI-POP Tea Concept Store by CONSTRUCTION UNION, Foshan – China

November 24th, 2016

Mama Shelter hotel by Jalil Amor, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

November 3rd, 2016

Mama Shelter may not offer room service, but makes it up with welcoming public spaces that not only ooze fun and relaxation, but also instigate an easy breezy interaction with other globetrotters.

Paper Dome installation by YokYok and Ulysse Lacoste, Beirut – Lebanon

November 3rd, 2016

Visitors are overshadowed by the 10-m-wide structure that is held together with wooden slats. The object is lifted and titled on a pivoting point, allowing each viewer to step inside and explore the installation.

Grocery delivery service office by Ptizzaryba, Moscow – Russia

October 24th, 2016

Modest materials — cardboard and pine plywood, hinting shipping crates and paper packaging, were utilized throughout the office. Plywood furniture with clearly exposed structure was custom-built to fit a somewhat tight space.

Ichiban Boshi restaurant by Arterior Singapore, Singapore

October 17th, 2016

In order to keep up the latest generation design and easy-friendly for worldwide including Singapore customers, Arterior Singapore designed the global environment feeling, yet retained the elements of Japan to emphasis the differentiated from other restaurants by expressing Contemporary Japan Style.

David Jones store by Dalziel & Pow, Wellington – New Zealand

September 22nd, 2016

Upgrades include the addition of escalators, air conditioning and premium fixtures and finishes throughout. Also central to this design is enhancement of the customer experience with inspiring spaces and dynamic visual merchandising.

Mental health clinic by Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop, Saga – Japan

September 13th, 2016

In addition to an outdoor garden designed to recreate the local scenery of rice fields and mountains using local flora, a 30 meter bookshelf was constructed containing pictorial books intended not so much to be “read” but rather to be “seen” and impart an impression on the reader.

Tokyo 23 store by Kinetics, Tokyo – Japan

September 8th, 2016

The retail space has a setting that’s loosely inspired by a basketball court, featuring timber flooring replete with markings, an expansive shelving system laden with sneakers, and an opposite wall lined with a clothing rack full of related apparel pieces.

Iran national pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Venice – Italy

August 22nd, 2016

The pavilion is designed based on a representation of urban schemata of buildings in a reverse order stretched from the ceiling to the walls and parts of the floor. The form is chosen in order to manifest the reverse process of reviving these residential areas and neighborhoods.

Mamas & Papas showroom by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

August 12th, 2016

The store is organised into ‘worlds’ based around key customer shopping missions, beginning with ‘Baby Fashion’ – a welcoming, eclectic fashion boutique featuring a beautiful reclaimed wood floor and found furniture pieces.

Hotel Anteroom, Kyoto – Japan

August 7th, 2016

An atelier room on the ground floor is now available to accommodate artists to stay in Kyoto and practice their craft at the same time, and a newly opened boutique stocks merchandise produced in collab with galleries and local artists.

Saks Fifth Avenue by FRCH Design Worldwide & Saks Fifth Avenue team, Toronto – Canada

August 2nd, 2016

The dramatic light sculpture encases an architecturally enhanced ‘totem’ column that is adorned with textured and mirror-finished bronze panels and encased in vertical framing to draw the eye upward and introduce a sense of poetic motion.

El Ateneo Grand Splendid bookstore by Francesco Manzone, Buenos Aires – Argentina

July 29th, 2016

Much of the architectural splendour of the original structure, including artistic and sculptural details, as well as the auditorium lighting has been maintained, with thousands of books lining the walls of the mezzanine levels that offer views of the entire interior.