Posts Tagged ‘panels’

[Misfit]Fit building by Batay-Csorba Architects, Toronto – Canada

January 4th, 2017

Keen to diversify from the highly rigid, static nature of other buildings of this type, the studio looked to means of offsetting the weightiness of concrete without reverting to glass and steel.

Atelier Peter Fong by Lukstudio, Guangzhou – China

January 3rd, 2017

Large cut-outs connect the café to the exterior and frame the surrounding greenery. On the inside, white ceiling pockets and wooden niches create a sense of intimacy.

Karen Millen Christmas windows 2016 by StudioXAG, London – UK

December 19th, 2016

The windows also feature towering ladders filled with accessories, and show-stopping neon lit stars which engulf the space with light. The scheme is completed with panels coated in gold leaf, accompanied by cut vinyl offering the viewers to “Find Your Star’.

Nightrider jewelry by 555 International, Denver – Colorado

November 29th, 2016

In the back room, specialty jewelry is highlighted at center display cases, flanked by dark wood cabinets with waterjet designs cut through their solid side panels.

Cleaf Nobilitare il nobilitato exhibition by Aldo Cibic, Lissone – Italy

November 2nd, 2016

Set up in the CCube, the company’s creative hub in Lissone, “Nobilitare il nobilitato” wants to explain the sophisticated research and analysis process that leads to the design of high-performance surfaces for the furniture and interior design industry.

Japoli restaurant by Emocon Design, New Taipei – Taiwan

October 13th, 2016

White ceiling with panels and light wood flooring, and panels of glass create the ultimate sense of calm in this space perfect for dinning and relaxation.

Mind Makers coding school by Studio dLux, São Paulo – Brazil

September 22nd, 2016

With natural light and cool wood lighting fixtures, brightness is introduced with the brand’s vivid colours, that can be seen in the wall paintings and furniture. Laminated wood is also an important and notorious detail that brings a young and fresh environment.

Christian Dada store by Fumiko Takahama, Singapore

September 12th, 2016

Interestingly, the aesthetic draws inspiration from a trip that Morikawa once undertook to Naoshima, an island in the Japanese archipelago that’s well-known for its many contemporary art venues. Upon entering the premises, a sculptural doorway crafted from perforated metal panels signals a futurist design that’s extended inside.

Becca cafe by STUDIO C8, Shanghai – China

September 7th, 2016

Multiple pieces of fabric panels with different colours (such as yellow, white, grey brown, and so on) are gathered together to create the front wall of the cafe with a geometric pattern.

Raketa social club by Ramūnas Manikas, Klaipėda – Lithuania

September 6th, 2016

The floor of “Raketa social club” is covered with grey epoxy paint; the panel ceiling is of a similar color. To counterbalance these wide grey spaces bright color solutions composed of different color triangles are used in the interior.

Kit + Ace Offices by Evoke International Design, Vancouver – Canada

September 4th, 2016

The private offices reside on the top floor in a 100 year old building in Gastown. In addition to a private office for Lululemon founders Chip and Shannon Wilson, the space houses two other companies and a charity, requiring some separation within the shared walls.

Dental Clinic by Padilla Nicás Arquitectos, Las Palmas – Spain

August 21st, 2016

Clean surfaces, solid floors, and large panels are used to reduce the number of joints, simple colors according to the different areas of the premises and indirect lighting systems; all with the intention of creating a friendly space with the necessity of hygiene and precision appropriate to a dental clinic.

Honey Lulla Hair and Makeup Academy by NUDES, Mumbai – India

August 17th, 2016

The Honey Lulla Hair and Makeup Academy features the diamond crusted panels in order to mirror the immediate environment and to bring attention to the glittering salon.

ZORA27 store by cityscape architects, Plovdiv – Bulgaria

August 10th, 2016

Each zone gently flows into the next without interruption yet a subtle feeling of movement and direction dominates. The central zone contrasts the rest not only in colour but also in surface finishes and light. Backlit panels pinpoint promotional areas.

C# Sideboard by Ana Barbu

August 7th, 2016

At the whims of the user, the sliding panels can form endless juxtapositions which can be combined with contrasting colours and drawings, which allow the possibility of hiding or highlighting books, decorations or other stored items. The sliding panels are detachable and can be reattached anywhere on the rails.

Saks Fifth Avenue by FRCH Design Worldwide & Saks Fifth Avenue team, Toronto – Canada

August 2nd, 2016

The dramatic light sculpture encases an architecturally enhanced ‘totem’ column that is adorned with textured and mirror-finished bronze panels and encased in vertical framing to draw the eye upward and introduce a sense of poetic motion.

BREAKING THE BARRIERS exhibition by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

July 26th, 2016

The physical movement of spinning panels to the front of the space changes the message from a question to a solution. Individual podiums showcase the relevant equipment, each with a very personal and moving example of the issues and opportunities.

Lanvin inked window display by Lanvin & Hello Flamingo, London – UK

July 21st, 2016

Large clear acrylic panels with high resolution prints of ink splats were hung at the back of the windows as a backdrop to the floating, vintage style mannequins – which had light wood articulated arms – and bespoke metal framed, clear acrylic shelves to display product.

BAOBAO street food store by Linehouse, Shanghai – China

July 5th, 2016

The greenhouse is composed of hand glazed green tiles, two tones of wood and glass. This house extends out to the street, operating as a leaner for guests, and further framing the activities within to the exterior.

Charles Vincent George Architects office, Naperville – Illinois

July 2nd, 2016

Collaboration between designers and clients is invigorated with an open and flexible Materials Library. Clients are able to select finishes off the sliding shelves while architects and designer can post drawings and sketches to the rolling steel doors, using magnets. What better way to showcase the firm’s final products than through the architecture and design of their own space.