Posts Tagged ‘purple’

Christian Louboutin Lost in space windows by StudioXAG, Worldwide

March 28th, 2017

Windows featured chrome finish ‘UFO’ pods, surrounded by jewel-tone cabochon lights. Footwear and accessories are displayed atop a red rocket trail, whilst an illuminated shard extends from a heap of glittering moon rock. Galactic star-filled backdrops feature Louboutin’s take on a glamorous astronaut, the new collection floating in zero-gravity nearby.

Pyramida branding by Reynolds and Reyner

January 6th, 2017

Constant improvement of the product, conformity to the global interior fashion trends, as well as distribution through the international market prove the brand to be reloaded in a new European presentation. The updated style reflects the key standards of the new generation equipment production in its best way.

CHI-TORCH office, Taipei City – Taiwan

June 15th, 2016

CHI-TORCH manages their space whose colors feel bright white, simple black and dark purple, especially one chosen wall is made of aged endemic woods of Taiwan to welcome as any local, humane, cultural and earth-loving spirits.

Nike Juvenile Woven Premium Phantom sneaker

May 10th, 2016

The “Phantom” boasts an entirely woven textile upper, a Phylon outsole, and a waffle pattern on the outer surface for additional stability.

Mars offices by M.O.O.CON, Vienna – Austria

April 27th, 2016

Featuring a two-floor lounge with tea and coffee making facilities and working areas where employees can exchange ideas spontaneously or during scheduled meetings, the conservatory certainly is the property’s hub engine of creative exchange.

Sound Wave Installation by Penda at Myrtle Tree Garden, Xiangyang – China

July 14th, 2015



Penda pierces China\’s growing urban landscape with artificial natureXIANGYANG – No fewer than 500 rectangular ‘fins’ feature in a 5000-m2 landscape installation that rises from a plaza on the outskirts of Xiangyang, a city in the Chinese province of Hubei.

RC pavilion at Cersaie 2014 by Paolo Cesaretti, Bologna – Italy

July 4th, 2015

According to the side you are looking at, the pavilion outer surfaces appear as a continuum of vertical lines with a different chromatic identity. Red and purple if you look to one direction, red and grey if you look to the other.