Posts Tagged ‘materials’

Kiyoi packaging & interior by Yusuke Taguchi Design

January 9th, 2017

In graphics, we designed the icons in order to inform a softness of the fabrics, the foaming parometer, and the illustration of a suitable situation.

[Misfit]Fit building by Batay-Csorba Architects, Toronto – Canada

January 4th, 2017

Keen to diversify from the highly rigid, static nature of other buildings of this type, the studio looked to means of offsetting the weightiness of concrete without reverting to glass and steel.

Wild Ginger Kitchen restaurant by SkB Architects, Washington – USA

December 21st, 2016



Quick service and freshly made cooking come together in a venue that showcases natural ingredients; the open kitchen concept puts the food front and center. The diner’s experience is a carefully orchestrated, intuitive journey from entry to exit.

Yakiniku restaurant by Emocon Design, Taipei – Taiwan

December 16th, 2016

We are going to use the concept “a box in the space” to enclose people in the room, just like a nucleus of the cell. You can notice that you are enclosed in a wood finish box with exquisite detail and material while walk into the room.

Guylian chocolate store by F&HA, Sydney – Australia

November 3rd, 2016

Simple, elegant palette of materials detailed in a recessive manner to allow the chocolates and products to act as the decoration. The eye should focus on the products with the architecture acting as a supporting element.

Marbleised Paint Designs by Murals Wallpaper

October 22nd, 2016

The intricacy and kaleidoscopic beauty of these marbleised designs hypnotise whilst delivering some seriously stylish interior inspiration. Marbleising, which traditionally involves using absorbent papers to pick up ink from a water bath dates to the twelfth century. Now, you can have your own gorgeous, modern day designs that inspire and make a big impression.

Rivoli Perfumerie by FAL Design Estratégico, São José dos Campos – Brazil

October 17th, 2016

As a priority, the concept maintained the glamorous aura and sophistication that have always been its main attributes. The greeter is the store’s hot point, giving who enters the desired impact.

Josefinas flagship store by Christian Lahoude Studio, New York City

October 11th, 2016

The fabrics, wall coverings and other materials were selected to reflect the strength and femininity of the brand, including leather and faux fur used by Josefinas in their designs.

Residenza Le Stelle by Buzzi Studio Di Architettura, Locarno – Switzerland

September 28th, 2016

The sand-coloured bricks – created by manufacturer Keller using Jura clay – were then carefully placed in the exact locations by robots to form the undulations.

Shaping Colour by Germans Ermičs

September 26th, 2016

Oddly enough, colour gradation in his frosted-glass pieces does seem to suggest that the hues have been ‘stretched’ and sculpted into smooth, subtly contoured planes, gradually tapering off into clear or reflective surfaces.

Brace chair by Samuel Wilkinson

September 26th, 2016

An “arch brace” is a curved piece of wood that acts as a secondary fixing to strengthen the structure. A series of arch braces in their purest application have been used to create the chair’s minimal form negating the need for a cross structure making it lighter, leaner and allowing the curved seat pan to appear to float in the middle of the frame.

Dijck2 optician shop by WSB, Delft – Netherlands

September 22nd, 2016

The ambiance incorporates various retro influences, New York, Moscot, Vintage, Fun shopping without borders.

Casilda furniture by Ramón Esteve for Talenti Outdoor Living

September 15th, 2016

Casilda is a line of furniture designed with maximum clarity, simplicity and harmony, evidently capable of expressing the famous designer’s identity. The concept is born from the idea of deconstructing classical furniture without relinquishing contemporary elegance.

Project Aegis store by MW Design, Suzhou – China

September 9th, 2016

The line of sight is easily caught by white stainless steel arch racks hanging down from the ceiling. The intricately stacked dark wooden pallets are fused with the ingenious arrangement of spotlights.

Voda Swim store by MW Design, Taipei – Taiwan

September 8th, 2016

The white wooden frames extend to the white brick wall unevenly on both sides of the store. It was inspired by the waves hitting the shore and then back into the ocean. The whole store uses only white colored materials to highlight the products.

Colluseum sportswear store by Riis Retail, Odense – Denmark

September 6th, 2016

We had the opportunity to create the best sportswear store in Denmark, and we did. At a large retail space, in one of the biggest shopping centers in Denmark, we designed, developed, and built this very special sport and fashion store. Great efforts in layout and creativity concerning function, materials, and visuals have made this shop simply unique.

KOUTZOUKOS meat & more by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Heraklion – Greece

August 26th, 2016

The materials used for the façade are marble “Icarus” combined with ETAL BOND in champagne colour, overhang we used teak specific wood for external surfaces. Generally on the outside we used with different volumes and different surfaces.

Gustav Bruynseraede x Issey Miyake store lighting by Zumtobel, Antwerp – Belgium

August 22nd, 2016

Frameless INTRO driver modules divide the shop into zones, where networks of motion sensors translate customer movements into a choreography of brightness levels, defining the zones and drawing customers dynamically through the space.

ASHKAL Mirrors collection for SURSOCK Museum In Beirut by Richard Yasmine

August 19th, 2016

Each one exposed on a static volume made of marble, brass or metal creating the base. The extremely thin hand mirrors figuratively cut a slice of these solid bases making a rift where it fits inside, giving the image of surrealistic oversized fashionable cutlery set..

Room Mate Hotel Giulia by Patricia Urquiola, Milan – Italy

August 12th, 2016

Terracotta bricks, another typical feature in the Milanese architecture, are used on a curved wall in the lobby to create a tridimensional effect.