Posts Tagged ‘organic shape’

Lululemon shopwindow by Prop Studios, London – UK

January 27th, 2017

Our brief was to showcase the exciting collaboration between world-renowned art college Central Saint Martins; a dazzling exploration titled “Into the Wilderness.” The concept looks to reflect the Lululemon customer who lives their life in motion, celebrating grace and strength through dynamic and powerful movement.

Vodafone lobby by IO Studio, Prague – Czech Republic

July 8th, 2016

The sun shines through the irregular structure of fine wooden branches and it gives interesting interior lighting effect. The contrast of light and shadows cast on the individual elements of the interior sort of natural projection, which varies throughout the day with movement of the sun.

Prototypes by Daniele Fratarcangeli

January 26th, 2013

Between the mirroring and the shape of the glass, the pieces create shiny optical illusions.The pieces have an organic shape to them and some are made from clear glass while others have color. The mirroring is what ties them all together and when grouped, colored pieces and clear pieces reflect off each other creating an infinite reflection that bleeds color from one piece to another.

Evolution Bar by Sebastian Barlica, Bucharest – Romania

October 6th, 2012

Located at the historical centre of Bucharest known as “Cafeneaua Veche” (The Old Café), the eclectic Evolution Bar is designed – using HI-MACS® – in contrast with the old 18th century neo-gothic building’s style in which is inserted, bringing a fresh and contemporary feel for the new interiors.

SHOE STORES! Botas 66 at Designblok10 by A1 architects, Prague

May 19th, 2012

Presentation of legendary Botas 66 sneakers at Designblok10, Prague design week, was realized only for few days within limited budget. We designed a simple concept of colourful hang sofit made out of diverse shoealaces.

Ubon bistro by Rashed Alfoudari, Kuwait

December 15th, 2011

Ubon is a Thai bistro located in the core of kuwait city. It overlooks Fahad Al salim street, a street well respected for it’s commerce back in the days. The space program of this bistro requires an efficient design for all of the kitchen, storage, and toilet areas; allowing for a spacious dining area.

Lucien Pellat-Finet Shinsaibashi by Kengo Kuma, Osaka

June 15th, 2011

Influenced by the organic patterns found in plants, Kengo Kuma has created this shop and café in Tokyo for fashion designer Lucien Pellat-Finet. In his design, Kuma uses a honeycomb structure comprised of Lauan-made plywood to envelope the space. This three-dimensional structure ingeniously serves as the retail display system used throughout the shop; with the natural warmth of wood complementing a fashion line notorious for its assemblage of iconic cashmere sweaters.