Posts Tagged ‘lounge’

Dine Art restaurant by Area-17, Hong Kong

February 9th, 2017

The metal mesh bar counter and vintage leather stools act like a filter between the two environments. The essential and still rich furnishing in the dining area serves its purpose without interfering with the real protagonists of the design: food and art.

IT Company Offices by burø, Kiev – Ukraine

January 23rd, 2017

Vibrant colours, natural wood and different types of light are well-balanced in meeting rooms and common spaces like kitchen and playroom, however working places stay as simple as monochromatic.

Grace Lee showroom by Early Work, Los Angeles – California

January 9th, 2017

We began by dividing the loft into four distinct sections—a private office, a showroom, a lounge and a custom appointment area—ensuring that each space flowed from one to the other. We then designed and fabricated a bespoke set of furniture, fixtures, lighting and decorative elements to help showcase Grace’s jewelry in a truly one-of-a-kind environment.

Adidas Valley by ACTINCOMMON, Herzogenaurach – Germany

December 16th, 2016

Visual references to the world of sports is added through the combination of raw and urban materials, underlining our approach to create an attractive and unique work environment.

MNKY HSE restaurant by Keane Brands, London – UK

November 9th, 2016

Aidan Keane, of Keane Brands describes the design as “cheeky, playful and mysterious”. He adds:- “ We wanted to create something that had polish and edge. That felt good in a posh frock and even better in a party dress. A design scheme that shimmered and shone but also had enough edge and grit to make it feel exciting.”

Varietea Tea lounge by ido design, Ahmedabad – India

October 11th, 2016

To infuse serious tea drinking culture to the city and beyond, by the means of interiors and branding WAS THE CHALLENGE and risk at the same time, as the brand had its original identity imprinted on its customers.

Valencia Lounge Hostel by Masquespacio, Valencia – Spain

September 1st, 2016

The aim of the design was to convert the hostel in a more contemporary space with a kind of a ‘home coziness’, adding decorative elements that could draw attention of different customers and their lifestyle.

Biotronik offices by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

August 25th, 2016

The bright and sophisticated space provides a museum-like product showroom featuring the company’s devices created throughout its history, a large multi-purpose training room, and a technical simulator lab where surgeons can test Biotronik’s devices.

Citiesocial office by KELLY LEE Design, Taipei – Taiwan

August 23rd, 2016

The open office fully utilizes the large curtain walls for natural light. Cement walls and PVC tiles provide a rustic and minimal style that is enhanced by a touch of wood.

Casa Alitalia lounges by Studio Marco Piva, Rome, Milan – Italy

July 28th, 2016

The intense, all-encompassing perception fully reflects those characteristics Italy is renowned for. Both the form and the idea of a gateway leading into Casa Alitalia are reflected in the concept of a large doorway leading into an italian building, a passage that takes guest from the chaotic airport environment, into a calm, inviting, sophisticated space.

Accor Hotels booth: A Sound Jacuzzi by W&cie & ateliergh, Paris – France

July 24th, 2016

This sensory immersive experience offers visitors a relaxing space in which they can be massaged by the beautiful sound creations of Roland and Tobias Cahen while watching the animated visual universe of the 360° video canopy above them.

Nussbaumer Bakery Café by Barmade Interior Design, Zug – Switzerland

July 21st, 2016

The furniture is a combination of old classic lounge and modern dining chairs. The wooden wall panels , the wooden chairs and tables, the decent blue wallcovering, and the light white lampshades provide coziness and authenticity.

Olbia Airport Club Lounge by POINT.ARCHITECTS, Turin – Italy

July 20th, 2016

Maximum comfort in aesthetic and surroundings. An entrance decked in total black. Walls and video elements. Style refined in every minimal detail. All you need to overlook the wait and feel like you’re already flying at 30,00 feet.

PURO – The Social Club by Dyer-Smith Frey, Zurich – Switzerland

July 10th, 2016

Classic Wingback armchair, lit wooden book-shelves and inlaid wooden tables, a special design by DYER-SMITH FREY create a cozy Living Room ambiance.

Hakuunsou hotel by Makoto Yamaguchi Design, Yugawara – Japan

June 29th, 2016

Minimal down lighting illuminates just the restaurant tables, but keeps the focus of the space on the gorgeous Kumiko panel, and the views to the forest and river outside.

Underhub language school and coworking space by Emil Dervish Architect, Kiev – Ukraine

June 27th, 2016

Colored lines with names of the underground stations on the floor, which lead from reception to auditoriums, themed posters, vintage sign “way out”, red box like а underground car in section and other details take us to London Underground atmosphere.

United Imaging Healthcare booth by VAVE at CMEF 2016, Shanghai – China

June 20th, 2016

Visible from a distance a bright cube opens its corner like an unfolded theater curtain to welcome the visitors. Through this open triangle the visitors are lead into the inner part of the booth.

Rofuto restaurant by Tibbatts Abel, Birmingham – UK

June 10th, 2016

The colour palette is filled with warm, rustic neutrals and splashes of vibrant pinks and purples, whilst a textured concrete effect finish to the walls and ceiling add to the raw, urban feel.

Superluxe Lounge by The Blue Leaves Design, New Delhi – India

June 9th, 2016

From exotic woods & stones, copper, brass & steel art walls, hand woven carpets, imported leathers, laser etched glass & feature lighting.

Deak St. Kitchen & Kupola Lounge café by B3 Designers, Budapest – Hungary

May 29th, 2016

With bold masculine undertones and a sophisticated design, Deák St. Kitchen restaurant makes a striking impression, with its deep rich leather seating, walnut tables and Hungarian point timber flooring.