Posts Tagged ‘material’

Perforated Metal system by Móz Designs

November 7th, 2017

An economical choice, Móz uses only premium-grade solid-core aluminum for their perforated metal projects, which has a high strength-to-weight ratio and captures bold colors with a polished material quality. Designers can pick their perfect perforation, add a handcrafted grain, and choose from 6 color collections to create fully customized perforated metal products that come ready to install.

Fazer Premium Treats pastry packaging by Kuudes Helsinki

October 18th, 2017

The first thing you see is an eye-catching, vibrant colour on an earthy cardboard material. Just like in the treats, there’s a sweet surprise: you find another cheery colour on the flip side of the cardboard shell.

Juana limón is a bakery and coffee shop by Local Studio Lucas y Hernández-Gil, Madrid – Spain

August 14th, 2017


The firm dealt with everything, from the interiors, to the furniture design and graphic identity.

Colorful undulating sculptures by Jacob Leary

July 20th, 2017

The sculptures he creates are reminiscent of topographic land masses – mountains of geometric forms undulating in a mass of exploding color. Leary‘s works start as two dimensional shapes or ‘territories’ as he calls them, but grow into worlds based on patterns and algorithmic systems that inform the artistic process of composition.

A•lava by Aalto University Wood Program, Helsinki – Finland

July 18th, 2017

A variation of triangular shapes that determine the walls and openings of the stage also serve as structural elements of the project. The geometry of the roof follows the same principles, raising up to emphasize the location of the stage by means of a set of beams forming a parabolic structure.

Laser cut patterns by Móz Designs

June 27th, 2017

This versatile collection has many uses – from an interior partition or feature wall to a stunning exterior facade. The Laser Cut collection now boasts 12 standard patterns with the ability to customize the size and shape of the cutouts to control the amount of light and flow through space.

Willem II Passage by Civic Architects, Tilburg – Netherlands

June 24th, 2017

Together with Van Tetterode Glass Studio and Philips Lighting a glass brick façade which combines strength with elegant sophistication was developed. Approximately thirty thousand LED lights are integrated in the wall. LUSTlab created a unique algorithm for this application, which controls the LED lighting at pixel level:

“Twisting courtyard” by Archstudio, Beijing – China

June 18th, 2017

Based on the existing layout of the courtyard, the undulated gray brick floor is used to connect indoor and outdoor spaces of different height, and is extended to the inside of the house – twisting into walls and roof, thus creating dynamic connection between in and out.

Rorschach Realm wallpapers by Naomi Cleaver & Murals Wallpaper

June 9th, 2017

Taking inspiration from Rorschach’s prints, Murals Wallpaper and Interior Designer Naomi Cleaver have worked together to capture the mesmerising symmetry of Rorschach’s designs and transform the concept into a range of high-design murals, using elegant colour palettes to form hauntingly prepossessing abstract patterns that long to be interpreted.

Pelcraft Wall Feature by CTRC Design

June 7th, 2017

You can puzzle Pelcraft modules by your own hand and enjoy these activities with your family or friends as they are as easy as a toy. Pelcraft is like puzzle or mosaic which forms by modules, it is not just limited to a toy but on a larger scale can decorate any wall and fit any space.

Hand-Laid Brick Feature Wall by 22quadrat, Freising – Germany

May 27th, 2017

Water-struck brick is made of clay with a high moisture content and plasticity. These bricks have a unique surface texture after firing and are denser than standard bricks, which enhances all of brick’s natural benefits, such as strength, durability, resistance to weather and pests, and thermal mass efficiency.

Vintage Explorer collection by Murals Wallpaper

May 23rd, 2017

Heavily influenced by the exploratory period of the 15th to 18th centuries, these intricate and atmospheric wall murals beautifully capture intimate moments within the depths of the jungle.

Liko-Noe Innovation Center Office by Fránek Architects, Slavkov u Brna – Czech Republic

May 15th, 2017

The structure is comprised of two main volumes. Above-ground office section is constructed from load-bearing wooden CLT panels, insulated by a vapor-open sprayed ICYNENE insulation and covered by vertical gardens – living facade. Underground section with acoustical chamber is built out of monolithic concrete.

Kids Flooring by Atrafloor

May 10th, 2017

Kids Flooring by Atrafloor

Façade made of chairs by Chybik + Kristof, Brno – Czech Republic

May 2nd, 2017

This distinctive pavilion is a project where a former showroom for cars has been reinterpreted as a showroom and office for a furniture company.

Unplugged exhibition by Secondome , Milan – Italy

April 24th, 2017

Even if it sounds weird to link design to the word “Unplugged”, this apparently dissonant collection, realized by six designers (each of them with a peculiar style), has a shared basic concept: the idea that every project is to be handmade, in order to exalt the core material’s features.

Wood-Effect Wonders wallpapers by Murals Wallpaper

April 23rd, 2017

Create a rustic feel with naturally sea-weathered driftwood, bring the great outdoors in with a woodland cabin-inspired look, or innovate your interiors with an intriguing abstract photographic log cross-sections.

Sistema Fessura by A>T

April 21st, 2017

Fessura creates a tridimensional and dynamic effect using high-end details and materials. Despite the seamless appearance, each component has been strategically designed for a modular and easy assembling.

The Marble Movement by Murals Wallpaper

March 31st, 2017

From natural bronze and blush pinks to splashes of refreshing cool tones, this modern range of Marble wall coverings is perfect for incorporating some unashamed luxury into your home.

Wall sculptures at Pace Gallery by Tara Donovan

March 23rd, 2017

Tara Donovan’s newest wall sculptures at Pace Gallery are composed of thousands of white styrene cards that are individually stacked, glued, and rotated 90 degrees. Each of the 30 works in the gallery feels absolutely impossible – the mathematics, the labor, and the result. A closer look reveals the inhuman complexity and precision of overlap.