Posts Tagged ‘metal’

Modern office interior by Homecult, Kyiv – Ukraine

November 13th, 2017

Combining light minimalism, brutal loft and eclecticism, as a result, we have tasty interior full of details and cravings. Like a mirror, it reflects the character of our team, inspires us for experiments.

Qauntum system by Atom-Retail, Haarlem – The Netherlands

October 19th, 2017

Quantum is an articulated system of metal and magnetic elements, the combination of which allows for a customized presentation. In constantly evolving retail spaces, we believe in products that are flexible and adapt to the ever-changing demands of the brand and its surroundings.

Savoidakis bakery & patisserie by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Rethymno Crete – Greece

September 23rd, 2017

The earthy colors chosen have created a very warm atmosphere inside which is in harmony with the materials used in the showcases and the brick wall.

Entertainment Suite by Joyce Wang, Hong Kong

September 6th, 2017

Dedicated to extravagant entertaining, the hotel’s newest and largest suite measures an expansive 2,250 square feet, providing guests with the ultimate retreat for socialising or relaxing.

Quatro lighting fixture by Studio Beam

August 17th, 2017

The Quattro is made from an innovative MDF made by @VALOCHROMAT, which is characterized by a rich variety of colors and a great structural strength, with added metal grill and handles features.

Astro lighting fixture by Studio Beam

July 14th, 2017

“Astro” is a linear lighting fixture made of aluminum with refined metal details illuminated by a powerful LED module that is well suited placed above desks and work stations.

JT Cafè by Afa Arredamenti, Florence – Italy

July 13th, 2017

The bar has a contemporary atmosphere, monochrome interior highlighted in a dark shade mixed with warm wooden hues and old full face brick vaulted ceiling.

Barrio B lounge bar by Ardi CC, Pristina – Kosovo

July 11th, 2017

We continued using raw metal in tables and chairs, complementing the triangular theme, and leaving wood as a warm add-on instead of a main material.

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.

BBDO Offices by JAXDA, Shanghai – China

June 12th, 2017

Random patterns of reclaimed black metal strips and circular pipes wrap the reception area wall. Where the metals are aligned very precisely into a complex yet rigid algorithm like the sleek piping systems of a car, the timber on the other hand gives the space a pulsating and movement like pattern as it randomly fills the ceiling moving from the entrance all around to the open bar area.

Yachtclub Chiemsee by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Prien am Chiemsee – Germany

May 26th, 2017

The bar is covered with canvas, the predominant metal is brass, model ships and photos of significant sailing events decorate the walls. Yet alternating surfaces in stone and wood also reflect on the down-to-earth character of the club. A mobile sofa is reminiscent of a hull.

Limited-Edition, Designer Bicycles by Tokyobike

May 21st, 2017

Each designer took a different approach and the results are a trio of limited-edition bikes that you can proudly sport around town knowing you’re one of the few that owns one. Each bicycle is available in limited edition via custom order in tokyobike’s Nolita store or online.

Cross Café by Studio UNIT, Hong Kong

May 20th, 2017

The color theme – white, red, and black, came from the original design of the milk bottle and challenges traditional colors found in the old cafés.

Sight Unseen Offsite exhibition, New York

May 20th, 2017

The show will encompass a series of smaller exhibitions at the venue, including work created by five pairs of New York and Norwegian designers and a curated selection of designs by emerging talents.

Aniye By Outlet by Christopher Ward, Barberino del Mugello – Italy

May 20th, 2017


The design is characterized by a metal main cage that includes all furniture and lighting fixtures. All fixture are integrated to the cage and freestanding and are design melting straight and curved lines.

Echo table series by UUfie at Milan Design Week 2017

May 9th, 2017

The echo table series by UUfie is part of the studio’s ongoing design exploration of pushing the boundaries and altering the perception of materials. The pieces highlight that the beauty of wood lies in the stories it tells while metal’s attractiveness is expressed through its malleability.

Jewelbox in the Sky installation by Gambardellarchitetti, Milan – Italy

April 12th, 2017

The exterior walls of the tower are composed of a myriad of profiles from wood and metal. Diverse in colour, shape and structure; examples of the variation in which windows can manifest themselves; elements where architecture becomes decisive in changing the boundary between exterior and interior.

Diaoyutai Hotel by CCD, Hangzhou – China

April 3rd, 2017

Exploring changes from the subtle details, the boardroom is no longer a rigorous gesture with a unique ingenuity of the orange-red color, where Chinese calligraphy is vertically hanging on the wall, and black and white ink based picture of the West Lake and red cedar is in the opposite wall.

Prandina 2017 lighting collections

March 28th, 2017

The new collections explore the world of led technology with a strongly creative approach maintaining, at the same time, a well-defined brand identity. The latest technological innovations, encountering materials such as glass and metal, push the imagination toward a research for innovative shapes and solutions.

Aesop store by Suh Architects, Seoul – South Korea

March 20th, 2017

Central to the store, a steel vessel for Aesop’s skincare bottles bears not only the weight of the main counter but the store’s identity. This ‘perched’ smooth mass is crafted from 3mm rolled steel whose shade was carefully coordinated with the indigenous Korean quartz and felts selected.