Posts Tagged ‘modules’

Basic TWELVE Lighting system by Plato Design

November 13th, 2017

The name Basic TWELVE refers to its dodecahedron shape. The choice of a dodecahedron is due to the fact that these solids can be combined in several ways, creating organic and unexpected shapes.

The Toku Collection for Schiavello by Gavin Harris

August 24th, 2017

Toku, which is ‘talk’ in Japanese, includes benches, ottomans, tables, stools, and screens that can easily be moved around to design workplace setups based on various needs.

Starch boutique by Burau, Beirut – Lebanon

May 29th, 2017

Comprising of a simple construction of five steel bars, x-shaped at either end and connected horizontally, this specific object has been abundantly duplicated to construct an installation, entitled unbounded, that fully transposes its original purpose. No less than 91 steel modules have been pre-assembled and allow endless configurations.

Miło office by Five Cell, Warsaw – Poland

April 10th, 2017

The design is based on a light gray color palette, warmed up by the use of natural wood finishing. Individually designed furniture feature custom wooden elements. The repetitive use of wooden modules is a core of the design.

Blå Station flexible sofa by Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius

February 15th, 2017

The Bob sofa was unveiled at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair, where it was named the best product at the event’s Editor’s Choice awards. Made up of 26-centimetre-wide modules, it is designed to suit spaces of any size or configuration.

Stickbulb X Collection by Rux

February 13th, 2017

The X Collection features a chandelier and side table constructed of sustainable wood and hardware made of polished or matte cast brass.

Przystanek Piekarnia Bakery by Five Cell, Warsaw – Poland

January 30th, 2017

Each of the interiors is equipped with a unique system of modules made of stained birch plywood. Depending on such parameters as location, size and height of rooms, these modules may be used to create a suspended ceiling, display racks or serve both functions at once.

Valtenna Box Factory lighting by Stefano Dall’Osso, Fermo – Italy

September 18th, 2016

Natural light that crosses the glass walls actively participates to the lighting of spaces: photosensitive sensors have been installed to automatically adjust artificial light according to daylight, by dimming it depending on the need.

BrickBox office modular storage system by Antxon Salvador

September 1st, 2016

BrickBox provides a practical design solution to storage and mobility, an idea that is as simple as it is ingenious, convert the standard paper box-file into a more substantial timber box that can be used as a solid stackable shelving system based on a transportable module for easy assembly and mobility.

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.

Atrium Tower Lobby by Tomer Gelfand LTD, Tel Aviv-Yafo – Israel

June 30th, 2016

The stair structure is composed of two interlocking parts: a skeletal metal staircase and a sculptural wooden envelope. Together, they rise as an expressive tornado from the reception desk – conceived as the inception plateau and up to the first-floor mezzanine, fourteen meters above.

Tate Modern shop extension by UXUS, London – UK

June 21st, 2016

A bespoke system of stackable furniture modules allows for regular reconfiguration to keep the displays fresh and exciting for visitors, as well as accommodating seating for browsing and events such as book readings and talks.

Google Project Ara modular smartphone

May 29th, 2016

These modules are held in place with latches and connectors and have been designed to remain compatible with future generations of the phone.

Unispace office, Seattle – Washington

May 25th, 2016

Individuals and teams are empowered to choose the environment that best meets their needs. From a private soundproof phone capsule, to small enclosed team rooms, to open benching, each module accommodates a distinct workstyle.

Bookcases and TV stand collection by Extendo

May 23rd, 2016

Each composition of From>to is configured using 6 basic modules, determined by three width variables (40-60-80 cm) and two height variables (40-20 cm). The number of modules can be freely chosen, and they can then be assembled horizontally at variable intervals to the millimetre and vertically following simple rules.

Temporary Permanence Installation by Arup Associates, Shanghai – China

May 10th, 2016

The initial form of the intervention was set out around the chess playing habits of local senior citizens; two players around a small table gradually joined by spectators which morphs into a more organic grouping and cluster. T

DPI modular wall containers by Filippo Mambretti for MOGG

May 4th, 2016

The finishing which characterizes the fronts of the modules has been developed to increase the yield of matter, that is emphasized by the three-dimensional composition of the wall, of which the front capture the texture and tactility.

CHAN suspension lamp by Prandina

April 23rd, 2016

Thanks to the overlap of different structures it is possible to realize various compositions up to a maximum of thirteen lights.

Modular sculptures by David Umemoto

April 8th, 2016

Formed entirely from concrete, the modules expose the rawness of the unrefined material. Each of the forms can be interconnected, disconnected and rearranged to generate an endless array of artistic compositions, resulting in a constant state of transformation.

SPEETBOX BY STARCK stove

March 14th, 2016

A box filled with stones accumulates heat during the heating phase and gradually diffuses it for more than 24 hours once the stove has been stopped, in contrast with only a few hours for a fireplace or conventional wood-burning stove.