Posts Tagged ‘ornamentation’

3D concrete printing by Bekkering Adams

February 2nd, 2017

Rotterdam-based architecture firm Bekkering Adams has taken the concrete dream one step further to test the partnership of concrete and technology in a more tangible way, with the proposal “Fire Wall”. In collaboration with the Technical University of Eindhoven and Cement & Beton Centrum, the prototype experiments investigate the effects gained by altering the variables of the technology – changes in height, speed and texture all produce different results.

CARPE KOKO! packaging by Jacob White

July 6th, 2016

The branding involves rich colours, bold geometric shapes, lavish ornamentation and metallic finishes to instantly add glitz and glamour and imply luxury and wealth.

Neilo Inc. office by Canuch Inc., Tokyo – Japan

January 31st, 2015

Neilo Inc. office by Canuch Inc., Tokyo – Japan

Aesop’s pop-up shop installation by Frida Escobedo, New York City

March 29th, 2014

Layers of sand that resemble a mountainous landscape will gradually move and change shape for the duration of this installation by Mexican architect Frida Escobedo for skincare brand Aesop’s New York pop-up shop.

Aesop store by William O’Brien Jr., Boston

October 31st, 2012

O’Brien Jr. inventively recast several characteristic historic design elements and paired these with new and reclaimed antique white oak, used for flooring and strikingly articulated shelves.

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.

Versatile Axis Ceramic Wall Tile by Yigit Ozer for Kutahya Seramík

August 2nd, 2011

The design of the Versatile ceramic tile collection springs from such expressiveness in an extremely innovative way. Considered individually, the tiles are three-dimensional and structural elements which can be combined on a wall to create incisive motifs. It is fascinating how the play of light on the Versatile tiles gives rooms an impressive depth. Another important characteristic is the haptic nature of their surface.