Posts Tagged ‘pavement’

Henry’s Original cannabis packaging by Pavement

September 8th, 2017

Reminiscent of vintage apothecary labels, an unassuming brand was crafted that focuses on communicating the superior quality of Henry’s Original heirloom cannabis. Custom box structures constructed of natural papers and fine gold foil details lend a sophisticated appearance to this unpretentious brand.

Pizza Workshop Restaurant Interior & Branding by Moon Design + Build, Bristol – UK

January 16th, 2016



A full turnkey restaurant solution, with the brand and the design and build developed and delivered entirely by moon.

ZAMNESS Office by nook architects, Barcelona – Spain

July 15th, 2015



We had been trying for one, very long year to change our place of work and after visiting several apartments and establishments, we suddenly came across the opportunity of developing a project for a shared office with a closely known client.

Williams-Sonoma artisanal pastas packaging by Pavement

November 3rd, 2014

As part of the new Williams-Sonoma Pantry Essentials line, these artisanal pastas needed a look that was timeless and clean, yet sophisticated enough to communicate Williams-Sonoma’s core brand virtues.

Colorfoto Megastore by João Tiago Aguiar, Lisboa

May 16th, 2012

‘Colorfoto’ grew and needed a Megastore. We tried to organize the space in a large and clean way, attempting to highlight the ampleness of the store despite the various happenings. The pavement and the ceiling, in white, contrast with the set of cabinets that cover the walls, designed in a way to serve as storage and display.

Lapoma Lapera store by Jordivayreda, Empuriabrava

November 14th, 2011

With the design of a spectacular central wardrobe Jordivayreda Projectteam united two existing shops to obtain a spatial unity. The study of the strong light intensity leaves them with a bi colour solution: black and white. To reflect the light with a white continuous pavement and controlling the reflection with the intention to illuiminate the space from the floor and that the white wooden lines on the ceiling act as a reflective screen.