Posts Tagged ‘natural material’

Bread & Butter Berlin 2014 Summer – ESPADRIJ

August 7th, 2014

The comeback of a classic: espadrij l‘originale brings the original espadrilles back to life.

Eroded Stools by I M Lab

January 27th, 2013

The stools were designed for a wine testing room in the north east of italy. Starting with the form of a pure cube the seat is excavated from a block of cork. The excavated seat finds its way down the back almost like a liquid has been poured on to it and flows down finding and making its own path.

Biasa shop by PT Green Design, Sanur – Indonesia

October 13th, 2012

The Biasa shop is designed with an interesting ceiling panel combined with a natural material. The local material used becomes mixed with a modern language. Moreover bright yellow is smattered throughout this high-class store. The designer also used amazing light fixtures in order to accentuate the shop and its products.

Leo Pizzo jewelry boutique by Diego Bortolato Architetto, Milan

May 9th, 2012

This is the first mono-brand shop that my client, Mr. Leo Pizzo, has opened on the fashion town, Milan. Natural material, the same of the historical Villa Necchi: natural piedmont walnut (one single old tree for the whole furnitures) back painted glass and bronze. The space is develop as a museum, quite clean, and with respect with the original structures.

HAIRDRESSER! Kaizen hairdresser by Tectus Design, Heraclion – Greece

April 16th, 2012

With a glossy and dark combination of materials, this hairdresser salon interior concept looks industrial and also comfortable for the customers. Is located down town Heraklion City and the interior design concept unify the inside and outside to make intense relationship.

Menbur and Pilar Abril concept store by A+D design, Warsaw

March 1st, 2012

The Spanish company came to A+D with plans to open a chain of stores in Eastern Europe. Stores were carrying around 100 pairs of shoes completed with bags. All set of shoes and a bag have its own style and should be exposed in the way that allows comfort of watching, touching and trying without creating a mass or overloaded effect.

Lean tables by Coordination

February 28th, 2012

The Designers from Coordination got inspired by traditional craftsmanship and created the Lean Tables as a result. By using a wedge, legs and a hexagonal boards from local oak form structural entities. At least three units join to become a table. For structural reasons the legs are slanted and as a result the single pieces seem to lean against each other.

Erosio by Hermann August Weizenegger

July 7th, 2011

The Erosio chair also emerged from a 3D design and acquires its shape from the layering and turning of material, in this case, layers of paper. As with the other designs, the designer started with the basics of the design sculpture Muse. The compact arrangement of 900 sheets of paper lends the chair its solid state.