Posts Tagged ‘modern technology’

‘L’Eden’ installation for Perrier-Jouët by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, London – UK

September 22nd, 2016

Partisan designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance creates the immersive ‘L’Eden’ installation for Perrier-Jouët at the 2016 London Design Festival.

Jurlique store by Akin Creative, Sydney – Australia

July 19th, 2016

Taking cues from the Jurlique farm and the Adelaide Hills, the materials are a mix of natural, handmade and highly textured finishes including silver travertine, Tasmanian oak, brushed brass and terracotta tiles.

PreciousDesign Collection by Terzani

April 5th, 2016

Terzani’s Precious Design Concept is luxury evolved. Each piece in this new lighting collection breaks the staid boundaries of traditional luxury, and incorporates stunningly modern design, cutting-edge technology, artisan craftsmanship and precious materials.

Classictone: simple walnut speakers

March 28th, 2016

Nostalgic appearance – with our old school design, you won’t have to spend a fortune repairing outdated speakers just to give your home the same classic look. Made from a single piece of wood. Each unit looks clean and neat without any joint either front or back side.

Precious Design Lighting Collection by Terzani

November 12th, 2015



Sculptural elements of the Precious Design Collection mesmerise with light

GSMA Headquarters by Engine Room Design & The Interiors Group, London – UK

July 9th, 2015



The Interiors Group, together with architecture and design group Engine Room Design, have recently created a modern, cutting-edge interior design the headquarters of the GSMA, the organisation that represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide.

MUSEUM SHOPS! Lower East Side Tenement Museum Visitors Center by Perkins Eastman, New York City

June 26th, 2015

Where architectural and structural elements were uncovered, retained, and exposed from previous renovations, others served as inspiration for modern elements: new tiles take inspiration from 1800s colors and patterns used throughout the building while a remnant of Victorian wallpaper serves as the inspiration for proposed future ironwork.

MUSEUM SHOPS! Lower East Side Tenement Museum Visitors Center by Perkins Eastman, New York City

June 23rd, 2015

Where architectural and structural elements were uncovered, retained, and exposed from previous renovations, others served as inspiration for modern elements: new tiles take inspiration from 1800s colors and patterns used throughout the building while a remnant of Victorian wallpaper serves as the inspiration for proposed future ironwork.

China Pavilion by Tsinghua University & Studio Link-Arc at Milan Expo 2015, Milan – Italy

May 9th, 2015

Rejecting the typical notion of a cultural pavilion as an object in a plaza, the China Pavilion is instead conceived as a field of spaces.

101 Spring Street, New York City

April 18th, 2015

Visitors will experience the artist’s home and studio, as originally installed by the Judd, and will be guided through all floors of the home, including the studio, kitchen, and his fifth-floor bedroom. This space features a fabulous wall-to-wall 1970 fluorescent light piece by artist Dan Flavin that extends the length of the loft space.

Parker window displays by Stéphanie Moisan, Brussels

March 27th, 2012

Contrasting pictures attract people’s attention on the street at Galerie Inno in Brussels. The idea of presenting traditional stationery materials in spotlight was created by Stéphanie Moisan.

Palm Panel Flex by Omarno

September 9th, 2011

Omarno Palm Panel Flex are 100% hand made using coconut shell which is an unutilised industry by product and requires no trees to be cut down, ensuring you are not contributing to the destruction of forests around the world.This is a new generation of Architectural surface material.