Posts Tagged ‘patterns’

Wildwood restaurant by Design Command, Letchworth Garden City – UK

June 15th, 2016

Throughout the restaurant we added geometric leaf patterns with several materials and colours from the ceiling to the floor tiles. Behind the illuminated window features we designed a wallpaper collage from historical pictures of the town for the Garden city collections archive.

Victoria collection by 7Gods

June 15th, 2016

Light is bounced in different directions to illuminate the brass cavity, with light escaping, from the regimented gaps to create beautiful patterns on the ceilings and walls.

Desso Transitions windows by Foldability, London – UK

June 14th, 2016

Over 17,000 lines were folded to create the paper patterns – each one painstakingly folded by hand – a process taking several days.

H Casual Hotel by Quaddesign, Seoul – South Korea

June 8th, 2016

The guest’s perception of the space’s height was lowered to give the effect of a relatively high ceiling and the design maximizes the emotional touch that you can feel from an attic, bringing about praises and high satisfactions from guests.

Renuar flagship store by Bilgoray-Pozner, Ramat-Gan – Israel

June 4th, 2016

The store holds both men and women’s collections, so a dividing display wardrobe was placed in the center of the store, but in order to maintain the dramatic effect of the ceiling pattern we kept the wardrobe height low so the pattern in continuous from one side of the store to the other.

Molnár Borház Dry White Wines labels by Ferenc Deak

May 16th, 2016

The wine has a pattern that make reference to the first word of the wine’s name. Thus makes us easier to recognize, intensifies the view. For example k like Királyleányka, g like Generosa or t like Tramini.

Helps® packaging by TDA_Boulder

May 11th, 2016

The design patterns are vibrant and kinetic, expressing the active/functional nature of each tea variety. The patterns themselves allow for each tea box to be an accessory – like a new-form of a tea canister.

Modular sculptures by David Umemoto

April 8th, 2016

Formed entirely from concrete, the modules expose the rawness of the unrefined material. Each of the forms can be interconnected, disconnected and rearranged to generate an endless array of artistic compositions, resulting in a constant state of transformation.

BPC Banking Technologies Offices by IND Architects, Utrecht – Netherlands

April 5th, 2016

There are patterns of broken elbowed figures in a blue-green color scale in almost every premise of the office. Not only do they reflect the corporate identity of the company, but they also add dynamics to the area and communicate ongoing development and ingenuity of approaches, which are one of the key skills for a technology-savvy business.

Troquer fashion house by Zeller & Moye, Mexico City – Mexico

March 21st, 2016

Stacked and connected metal profiles produce a playful lattice that forms a complex three-dimensional framework of varying density.

Lockton offices by CannonDesign, Chicago – Illinois

March 20th, 2016

The new stair leads up from reception into a lively café/bar area, which provides a range of settings from intimate lounge to open gathering space to a training area that can be closed off with moveable walls. Patterns in the glass, wall and floor covering evoke the speed and energy of their staff.

Hotel Sahara Palace Marrakech by Stuart Church, Marrakech – Morocco

February 22nd, 2016

The property features 89 well-appointed, spacious guest rooms, including 15 luxurious suites, spread between the main palace and four riads. All rooms and suites enjoy views over the atlas mountains, the palmeraie desert landscape or the pool and gardens.

e-spres-oh office by davidsign, Oradea – Romania

February 21st, 2016

For the main visual concept we drew our inspiration from the 8-bit era in gaming, with its popular characters, games and movies. We obtained a fun relaxing place with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

Zama restaurant by Todor Cosmin Studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

February 17th, 2016

The walls were cleaned up of all the layers of paint deposited over time, so as to reach the very first layer. The Roman brick walls help to create the natural brick appearance that is highly regarded in the area.

Georg Jensen Damask flagship store by Form3 International Retail, Vejle – Denmark

January 31st, 2016

The shop is built upon the idea of creating, on the one side of the room, a display with a homely atmosphere, and on the opposite wall a hard core sales area.

Chocolatexturebar by Nendo

January 25th, 2016

“Chocolatexture”, released in 2015, was based on the theme of chocolates with the same raw materials but with diverse textures, and different tastes created from those distinctive textures.

Barbon design & packaging by PELTAN-BROSZ

January 22nd, 2016

All these products make up a linear process so visually they are numbered and distinguished by pastel colors and patterns that suggest the content and purpose.

Light Installation by Janet Echelman at Lumiere London 2016, London – UK

January 19th, 2016



Janet Echelman Suspends Net Sculpture Over London’s Oxford Circus

De Bazaar Indoor Market by Liong Lie Architects, Beverwijk – Netherlands

December 17th, 2015



De Bazaar is the biggest indoor market of Europe.

New York Bar Oppenheimer by Tobias Rehberger, New York City

December 8th, 2015

German artist Tobias Rehberger has created a temporary replica of his favourite Frankfurt bar in a New York hotel and covered the entire thing in bold geometric stripes.