Posts Tagged ‘mahogany’

Lowerline restaurant by Studio Vural, New York City

March 9th, 2018

As the signature dish implies, the overall design was inspired by the po-boy dives of New Orleans- high volume sandwich shops popular with working class “poor boys” of the day. The historic neighborhood shops are simple yet elaborate with memorabilia, mahogany wood, cement tiles and long central counters for service.

St Barth Collection BAR by Luis Pons Design Lab

March 1st, 2014

Minibar, Bottle cabinet & 2 drawers featuring mahogany finish interior over mahogany finish Platform with powder coated steel legs white & Vibrant color laquer finish with Panama Hat Woven inserts Leather Handles & Chrome hardware.

Pizza e Birra by Lab787, Miramar – Puerto Rico

October 7th, 2013

For the construction of the cellar native woods such as mahogany where used, emphasized the wealth of the material by creating a pleasant atmosphere for both wine aficionados and for the general public.

Goyard Regent flagship store, Taipei

November 5th, 2012

Meant to evoke the look and ambience of its 233 rue Saint-Honoré headquarters in Paris, the boutique is decorated in brass and mahogany and offers the label’s latest and most coveted pieces alongside decorative relics highlighting its history over the past two centuries.

Paul Smith flagship store, Melbourne

May 26th, 2012

Spread over no less than ten different rooms on two floors. Upon entering, shoppers are greeted with a tiled front lobby, decorated with hanging illustrations and a hand-painted landscape running along the walls.

Wooden wall by Wonderwall Studios

June 28th, 2011

Wonderwall Studios uses natural materials, real and authentic. The wall is constructed using separate tiles. These tiles are shaped in a way that, after mounting, no connection lines will be visible. Wonderall Studios designs can be used for multiple purposes, wall panelling, furniture design, ceilings etc. Naturally the wooden wall is great for acoustics. Current collection consists of three designs: Brooklyn, Parker and Wheels.

Ubiq Philadelphia by Architecture at Large

June 21st, 2011

It is risky to try to express luxury for an 18-28-year-old, wealthy male audience – and not turn them totally off. Rafael de Cardenas of New York’s Architecture at Large took on this challenge with the rebuilding of Ubiq Philadelphia, the destination of choice for sneakerheads from far and wide.