Posts Tagged ‘modularity’

Anglepoise Clerkenwell Showroom with Unibox Displays, London – UK

June 14th, 2017

To ensure each of the graphic panels, which were fixed to a single system channel, aligned correctly, the Unibox design team devised a clever solution that treated the panels like a jigsaw, designing notches that were cut from each panel to join the neighbouring panel.

O Boticário store by AAMD, Almada – Portugal

March 7th, 2014

The new store design created by AAMD to the Brazilian international parfum and cosmetics group “O Boticário”, is strongly rooted in the principles of beauty, interaction, modularity, standardization and constructive simplicity.

Le Pietre Luminose stone coverings collection by Raffaello Galiotto for Lithos Design

September 25th, 2013

The Le Pietre Luminose collection introduces on the market a new product configuration, eight extraordinary and unprecedented models of back-lit modular 3-dimensional stone coverings, where light drives the design and the design directs the light into fascinating luminous and ornamental effects.

John Lewis store by Dalziel and Pow, Exeter – UK

December 17th, 2012

The departments are carefully planned to take into account their adjacencies and encourage browsing and cross-selling. Each floor has a square raft of solid ceiling, surrounded by an open ceiling around the perimeter that pushes out into the corners. Walking around that square central zone without the aid of a walkway creates an intuitive circulation that has become a brand signature.

Ariostea booth at Cersaie 2012 by Marco Porpora, Bologna

October 26th, 2012

The booth area, designed by the architect Marco Porpora, is meant in fact as an ideal building yard with an open and modular structure, that houses Ariostea’s floor and wall coverings from its traditional sizes to the big ones, going through the innovative slabs and ending into the very large formats with the ULTRA project.

Brick sofa by KiBiSi for versus

July 11th, 2011

The point of departure was a classic brick bond forming the cushion pattern. The cushions are tied together and fixed with a tailor quality button. The button, also designed by KiBiSi, is molded of fiber concrete – Yet another architectural reference.

Horn Porcelain Tiles by Rex Ceramiche Artistiche

June 8th, 2011

Horn interprets the rich and sensual veining of the horn. Warm shades, indefinite colours, and slightly satin finished surfaces, luxurious and enveloping atmosphere. Ideal for residential premises, but also for donating charm to hotels, shops, restaurants. The multicoloured and multiformat laying enhances the modularity of the tiles, donating Horn recognisability without comparison, fortified by the veining and chromatic contrasts.

Dune by Rainer Mutsch for Eternit

June 2nd, 2011

“For me Dune was a very demanding project, because it depended on so many parameters: ergonomics, durability, capability of mass production, release properties, statics, modularity, and eco friendliness, to mention only a few.”