Posts Tagged ‘oak wood’

Marisqueria Norte Sur Restaurant by In Out Studio, Madrid – Spain

April 7th, 2017

Located on Calle Doctor Castelo 21 is the second restaurant that the studio designs for the well-known chain of Marisqueria Norte Sur. The initial approach of the reform was to design a small and sophisticated space with two spaces, bar area and restaurant, to transport the customer inside a unique cabin.

The One Barcelona Hotel by Jaime Beriestain, Barcelona – Spain

March 5th, 2017

Jaime Beriestainhas prioritized the use of natural light, fine materials and excellent finishes for this project. The objective is for guests to feel at home, with all the comfort and well-being of a private residence. The hotel has 89 spacious room, 25 of which are suites, and each one has a special character thanks to the original artwork of Fernando Prats.

Bischofberger Optik by Heikaus, Winterthur – Switzerland

February 22nd, 2017

Glasses are presented in a rustic and yet modern setup in front of a natural brick wall: casually, on “smoked” glass shelves installed between room-high brass rods that almost seem to float. Below them, there is a black MDF sideboard with practical drawers.

Wrattens shop café by Nugget Design, London – UK

February 13th, 2017

Bespoke display tables carefully enhanced the brand while allowing the focus to remain on the featured products on sale.

Puro Hotel Palma by OHLAB, Palma de Mallorca – Spain

February 12th, 2017

The 22-room boutique hotel recently underwent a renovation by design studio OHLAB who had the challenging task of working with, rather than against, the building’s complex configurations due to its existing structures.

BELGO Brewery Pub by T3 Architecture Asia, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

February 6th, 2017

T3 decided to used second-hand bricks for the whole project, to get the “historical” touch in terms of design, then, to make the project as green as possible by recycling existing materials sourced directly in Saigon. To avoid overloading on structure, we cut in 2 pieces a part of the bricks to use it as wall finish for interior design.

Grit coffee table by Avi Fedida

January 10th, 2017

Going through several processes, the sandpaper successfully maintains his appearance, while smooth to touch and extremely durable and practical. Grit’s one-of-a-kind items gives a new perspective about what makes a space come to life.

Artifacts exhibition by Studio 200 grs., Beirut – Lebanon

December 17th, 2016



Carwan Gallery has teamed up with Atibaia, a vineyard and winemaker from the northerly district of Batroun, and commissioned Beirut-based Studio 200 grs. to reinvent its latest vintage. The result is the artifacts by 200 grs. exhibition of a seemingly endless collection of wooden sculptures that explores the functionality of the wine bottle.

O Mercado restaurant – food court by GAC3000, Lisbon – Portugal

October 23rd, 2016

In the center of the space it has been at a kiosk for fresh produce such as salads, juices or fruit. The palette of materials used for the study includes natural stones for flooring, marble, oak wood, bricks and hydraulic tiles that help to create the informal atmosphere of urban markets.

Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, New York City

October 17th, 2016

Joints between light boxes that span across the ceilings follow the white steel beams. The signature chunky oak wood tables below are also oriented to echo these lines. Features include a large 6K video screen for product demos and entertainment, and cube seats that can be moved around during workshops and presentations.

Button Mash by Design, Bitches, Los Angeles – California

September 20th, 2016

Button Mash is intended to be an integral and vibrant neighborhood hub for all ages with a design that showcases a careful curation of arcade games and stellar creative cuisine.

Fanouraki Aikaterini Pharmacy by Artico, Rhodes – Greece

September 13th, 2016

It is a space with simple forms, with beautiful illumination, that helps the clients and the staff for their functional service, ensuring a special luxury feeling in the space.

Rhoda restaurant by Joyce Wang Studio, Hong Kong

September 2nd, 2016

Designer Joyce Wang worked closely with Green to reflect his style of cooking in her interior. Through the use of burning and smoking, the designer pays homage to his method of charcoal grilling.

KOUTZOUKOS meat & more by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Heraklion – Greece

August 26th, 2016

The materials used for the façade are marble “Icarus” combined with ETAL BOND in champagne colour, overhang we used teak specific wood for external surfaces. Generally on the outside we used with different volumes and different surfaces.

K1 Chair by Moskou

August 3rd, 2016

The profile of this piece looks like linear, slim chair contour, but its shape is a solid steel construction with wooden elements in the seat and backrest.

Der Salzburger Hof hotel by Raumstory, Salzburg – Austria

July 28th, 2016

The front-counter is the central element in the lobby and combines the check-in-desk with a sweet café, where you can consume regional goodies and the best Viennese coffee. The crafted furniture comes in oak wood and is arranged with colorful traditional „Dirndelkleid“ fabrics.

Monochrome Kale Pavilon by Paolo Cesaretti at Unicera 2016, Istanbul – Turkey

June 6th, 2016

The project was able to speak both to professionals and consumers through symbolic chromatic matchings: white – the company, four different shades of gray – the thematic exhibition clusters, oak wood to express a solid sustainable attitude.

Grit Coffee Table by Avi Fedida

March 31st, 2016

The sandpaper is integrated within white oak wood constructions, which is built in fine craft carpentry Meet the highest standards.

EY offices by Fokkema & Partners, Utrecht – Netherlands

March 28th, 2016

MazelTov bar by 81Font & Studio Arkitekter, Budapest – Hungary

March 8th, 2016

The front side of the counter is covered in turn-of-the-century, Moroccan style cement plates, well-known from Budapest’s stairwells. The same aesthetics of bourgeois décor is present in the white confectionary chairs, inherited from the 1930s.