Posts Tagged ‘marble’

ConFusion restaurant, Porto Cervo / Sardinia – Italy

November 2nd, 2017

“Since Calacatta marble is one of the most luxurious marbles in the world, we knew straight away that Neolith’s Calacatta Gold was the one for us. It’s not only stunning, it is also an all-round material that can be easily applied to most surfaces and cover all practical requirements.”

Onyx Towers by Marco Porpora Architects, Verona – Italy

September 18th, 2017

The space is articulated within a simple rectangle open on the three sides, but it creates soft and sinuous sets around the three onyx towers. The round shape, the basic element of the stand design, takes on various spatial or simply flat proportions and is repeatedly reproduced from the ceiling to the platform.

Loop table lamps by Utu soulful lighting

September 11th, 2017

Effortlessly crafted to perfection, taking inspiration from the cyclic nature of all things, Loop table lamps stand out for their soft shapes, with opal glass globes kindly wrapped by smooth, curved structures. Movement brought to a pause, preserving a single moment in time that gives shape to Loop lamps.

PABULLA restaurant by design danaham, Seoul – Korea

August 23rd, 2017

In order to make the attributes of stone, earth and metal standing out, danaham designer have chosen simple B&W as its main color. The application of plaid texture in the room as in the facade created consistency in design.

Ilda side table by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform

July 13th, 2017

Hand-crafted by Italian artisans, each Ilda base becomes truly unique with its signature Y shape that also resembles unruly tree branches. A classic marble surface is strategically placed to juxtapose with the bronze base, making Ilda a perfect accent/ personality piece in an array of home settings.

The Depot 11 by JWC by Think About, Puchong – Malaysia

June 11th, 2017

A sense of luxury was added to the industrial design concept and the hexagonal philosophy was cleverly used to include 6 main elements – iron, peacock blue, marble, copper, wood and plant.

Swarovski – Crystal Lab by DFROST, Dubai

June 10th, 2017

Products of any size can be elegantly presented – from accessories to fashion. High-quality materials like marble and polished metal emphasise the ambitions and premiumness of the Crystal Lab and the glamour of the Swarovski brand.

Soupexpress restaurant by Exclaim, BeiJing – China

May 21st, 2017

In this space, we used titanium rose-plated mix marble to make lamps, which can display the delicate atmosphere and also present the value of food culture.

Sushi Mori by Studio POINT LINE PLANE, Bangkok – Thailand

May 14th, 2017

Inspired by the beautiful simplicity of nature, the restaurant blends contrasting textures such as marble, wood and granite with dynamic lighting and gray scale tones to create a modern, beguiling ambience.

White Luxury exhibition by Marco Piva, Milan – Italy

April 22nd, 2017

The White colour, a dominant element of the whole exhibition along the city of Milan, is here presented in connection with a cultured and refined idea of Luxury.

Granary by Manousos Leontarakis & Accosiates, Heraklion – Greece

April 20th, 2017

The most significant element is the special wooden covering of the celling and the wooden back of the bar which is lit with led lighting.

Maria Lucia Hohan Showroom by Irina Pogonaru, Bucharest – Romania

April 11th, 2017

Using materials like marble, velvet, pink onyx stone, metallic structures, and reflecting surfaces the showroom is one of the most spectacular and unique retail spaces in Bucharest.

Vine & Grind espresso bar by Morris Selvatico, Sydney – Australia

February 14th, 2017

Beautiful hand-made terracotta tiles were selected for the counter front, marble bench tops and Porters paint’s Palm Beach black was applied to timber paneling.

MR. SIMON cocktail bar by Visual Display, Udine – Italy

February 12th, 2017

Customers are treated as guests in Simon’s house, where everything is designed to make them feel good: the music, low lights, mirrors and colored velvet furnishing. The experience is enchanting and immersive: cocktails are unusual and can be chosen from menus collected by the host during his trips around the world or improvised by the inspiration of the moment.

Wildwood restaurant by Design Command, Lincoln – UK

January 29th, 2017

By introducing several different seating areas, the vast space is broken up to create an exclusive dining experience and a welcoming atmosphere with each visit. Wildwood Lincoln features a cinema area with plush seating, which offers customers film screenings every Tuesday and Thursday.

Mon Purse store by FormRoom, London – UK

January 17th, 2017

Taking inspiration from the studio spaces of high-end fashion designers, Formroom looked to combine materials swatches and hardware samples with bespoke cabinetry a in a combination of marble, mirror and gold tones. Large digital screens and iPads in store also allow customers to custom build their bags online from within the store.

Hotel Indigo Edinburgh by Matthews Mee Ltd., Edinburgh – UK

January 16th, 2017

Domestic personal touches extend from room numbers embossed and engraved in genuine leather to Harris Tweed furniture and clean-lined contemporary bathrooms with marble counter tops and slate flooring laid in traditional Georgian bond and herringbone designs.

Brioni store by David Chipperfield Architects, New York

December 31st, 2016

The aesthetic comprises of walls and flooring clad in travertine, and paired with pillars covered in various contrasting shades of marble. Sleek black metal shelving line the walls on both floors, paired with furniture pieces by iconic designers such as Mies van der Rohe and Franco Albini.

Vanessa Seward boutique by Laurent Deroo, Paris – France

December 28th, 2016

A tiered marble display is installed at the centre, matching the flooring of the same material. It’s flanked on one side by an expansive mosaic of mirrors and wooden shelving directly opposite.

Margherita & Co restaurant by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

December 9th, 2016


Materials such as brass, timber, marble and patterned tiles are also used to bring out the unique identity in the pizzeria industry. Margherita & Co provides two types of sensations for visitors – a cosy and comfortable environment during the daytime whilst a bustling and vibrant atmosphere with entertainment by night.