Posts Tagged ‘perforated metal’

Perforated Metal system by Móz Designs

November 7th, 2017

An economical choice, Móz uses only premium-grade solid-core aluminum for their perforated metal projects, which has a high strength-to-weight ratio and captures bold colors with a polished material quality. Designers can pick their perfect perforation, add a handcrafted grain, and choose from 6 color collections to create fully customized perforated metal products that come ready to install.

Fresh Signage & Branding at Strathpine Shopping Centre by Dovetail Design Group, Australia

October 30th, 2017

The final outcome is a cool and understated design that establishes a genuine sense of place by highlighting beauty in the non-perfect, all working to generate a unique and wholesome shopping experience that connects people with quality produce.

LeEco Experience Showroom by CallisonRTKL, Beijing – China

May 29th, 2017

The showroom’s simple, bright white atmosphere pushes the products and content to the foreground, letting them be the hero of the space. The design team created a minimalist space with a stark white palette to keep the design from overwhelming the products and content. Gloss white acrylic panels adorn the walls and wood fixtures, while light gray floor tiles and perforated metal ceiling panels in muted silver add a slight contrast in color.

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.

Mykita eyewear store, Tokyo – Japan

March 29th, 2016

Crafted from perforated metal panels, it covers opposite walls, and on one side it extends to the far end of the shop, and its expansive enough to showcase no less than 400 of Mykita’s coveted eyeframes and sunglasses.

LPA Office, San Jose – California

February 22nd, 2016

Divided into two areas, a work zone and a collaborative zone, the latter incorporates moveable furniture so that the space can be quickly and easily re-configured, as needed. Meanwhile, the work zone is defined by a unique “ventilated fold” made up of white perforated metal panels.

Pinko boutique by Studio Matteo Colla, Beijing – China

February 18th, 2016

A great central accessories freewall is the shop focal point and also separates the retail space from technical spaces and storage area.

Spring Summer 2016 Collection by Ferm Living

January 19th, 2016



Ferm Living’s furniture collection includes perforated shelves and stackable chairs

TUVE Hotel by Design Systems, Hong Kong

November 5th, 2015



Design Systems uses low lighting and marble to create “cold and lonely” mood inside Tuve hotel

Santo António Museum by Site Specific Arquitectura & P-06 ATELIER, Lisboa – Portugal

April 24th, 2015

The project is located in Lisbon’s historical centre, in the border area between Baixa Pombalina and Alfama neighbourhood.

Bluebeam office by DES Architects + Engineers, Pasadena – California

September 21st, 2014

To anchor each floor, wine-bar-inspired common spaces provide areas for both informal and formal interaction. Retro-style, pendant lights act as visual markers to identify a variety of collaboration areas from the bright, velvet seating pods to the long, communal work tables.

Tarkett Academy by modelart arhitekti & Sigma Inženjering, Backa Palanka – Serbia

July 29th, 2014

Different spatial areas are highlighted as “islands” in the floor, which also shows the design options of Tarkett flooring. In this way physical barriers are avoided, making the space transformable and open for future interventions. The second part of the area consists of a conference room, office space and training boxes.

DFS Galleria by rkd retail/iQ, Singapore

March 27th, 2014

Shiny surfaces, surface-lit glass reinforced gypsum organic forms, and fritted glass in rear-illuminated and non-illuminated form create a dreamlike atmosphere. Swirling soffits funneling down to connect with fixtures feature cutouts resembling schools of fish.

Bien! restaurant by Suite arquitetos, São Paulo – Brazil

September 9th, 2013

In the ground floor a transparent glass box surrounds the area of the dinning-room and gives it continuity while revealing to passerby the raw materialness of the tables, chairs and coatings.

Crombé winehouse shop by FIVE AM, Kortrijk – Belgium

July 5th, 2013

The 12 m rack houses the champagnes and lockers. Per locker, clients can safely store up to 30 bottles, using their own, personal key. These lockers can be reached via a transparent gangway at a height of 3.5 m. In the Bordeaux area, 2 pop-up stores have been installed, made out of perforated metal, creating an airy space which appeals to each customer.

John Lum Architecture staff area, San Francisco

May 3rd, 2013

The staff area for John Lum Architecture is located on the second floor of his architecture studio, a former laundry machine factory. The interior was gutted and reconfigured to create a rigorous, symmetrical plan, and is a study in finishes, colors and textures.

Hudson Jeans exhibition stand by Double Europe at Premium, Berlin

January 29th, 2013

To launch their new collection at Premium in Berlin, Hudson Jeans partnered with Double Europe Ltd to create a striking exhibition stand that captured the fun-loving, free-thinking ethos of the Hudson brand. A Californian brand, rooted in London, Hudson’s current instagram campaign has a clear message to #LETYOURSELFGO, reviving the true spirit of rock and roll.

Camper store by Note Design Studio, Malmö

January 17th, 2013

The mobility of the archive has also influenced the other objects grouped together in the center of the room. Various furniture pieces in perforated metal and painted in pale pastels give a light and soft appearance, and have handles and wheels so they can be easily moved around the room as needed.

Emporium concept store by Garde, Baku – Azerbaijan

December 10th, 2012

The Japanese architectural firm Garde has transformed a 2500m2 three-storey shop into a genuine work of art, combining completely different styles in the one space: avant-garde, eclectic, minimalist and ethnic.

Basler Showroom by Blocher Blocher Partners, Düsseldorf

April 24th, 2012

A showroom is the calling card of a fashion brand. It distils a company’s self-image, sets the look, the signature. With Basler, that means femininity, elegance and joie de vivre. In Düsseldorf, the designers from Blocher Blocher Shops created the perfect setting for the label’s fashionable floral prints and jungle patterns from silk to satin.