Posts Tagged ‘marble wall’

Coffee shop by Studio Tate, Sydney – Australia

October 10th, 2017

The brief given to Melbourne-based Studio Tate was to create a luxurious finish for the coffee shop, which has branches in various Australian cities. But it also had to fit with Woods Bagot’s design for the building.

Jose Luis Salon & Boutique by lauckgroup, Austin – Texas

August 5th, 2017

The salon exudes traditional glamour and modern style with several noteworthy design features, including its magnificent custom glass window display, a striking crystal chandelier, and an electric blue reception desk with a marble wall backdrop.

Malin+Goetz stores by Messana O’Rorke, Los Angeles, New York, Santa Monica

August 29th, 2016

Each interior follows a color coded scheme, which dictates the overall scheme of the layout, forming a unified identity across each store. The studio noted the existing environment of each location, developing a unique scheme that would respond to the demographic population and needs of the target group.

Palace Cinema by Oft Interiors, Chongqing – China

May 4th, 2016

To bring out the theme, the large stainless steel logo signage hanged from ceiling and glittering down there, whereas a row of bamboo-like down lights are working behind it as a backdrop as they spread from above of ticket box counter to the where the ticket machines are.

OPSO greek restaurant by K-studio, London – UK

August 24th, 2014

The traditional is seamlessly matched with tweaked interpretations of traditional design elements such as oak panelling, leather upholstery and brass accents.

Alexander Wang flagship store, Beijing

May 31st, 2012

The design of the retail space is a collab of Wang and Paris-based architect Joseph Dirand, and in terms of aesthetics it’s pretty much an extrapolation of the New York flagship store’s sleek concept, featuring a strong focus on raw materials with an emphasis on marble and bronze used in sculptural statements.

Victor Churchill butcher shop by Dreamtime Australia Design, Sydney

October 13th, 2011

Dreamtime Australia Design have created a truly unique butcher shop, which has successfully blended a traditional European butcher shop in look and feel, with modern, cutting-edge design elements.