Posts Tagged ‘reclaimed wood’

BRADI TOSCANI by Sestini&Corti, Chianciano Terme – Italy

July 2nd, 2017

The main counter has been lighted up to give the right relevance to the product, while on the back wall of the counter has been installed a reclaimed wood panel with engraving laser drawings and logo.

Brew92 café by Liqui Design, Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

May 12th, 2017

The interior created by the Liqui studio for Brew 92, a Saudi Arabian-based roastery and coffee company, brings together reclaimed wood and brickwork contrasting against copper highlights to create a luxury interior.

JLL offices by Wirt Design Group, El Segundo – California

June 19th, 2016

The color palette mixes both cool grays and warm browns, while two living walls and the reclaimed wood wall coverings connect the interior space with the natural beauty of this idyllic setting on the Pacific Ocean.

Heritage Store by Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra Architects, New Delhi – India

January 4th, 2016



To express the quintessence of the exquisite formal Indian wear for a male customer base, created by a label called Heritage, Deepak Kalra of Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra architects, lead a team to design their boutique store in New Delhi, India.

X Collection by Rux

May 28th, 2015

Rux, a multidisciplinary design firm in New York, has unveiled new pieces in its Stickbulb line of modular contemporary lighting.

The Commune Social tapas restaurant by Neri&Hu, Shanghai

September 20th, 2013

The design concept of the space is to emphasize the “sharing” idea of eating tapas, and the four distinct areas in the restaurant (tapas bar, dining room, dessert bar, and the secret bar) are meant to provide different flavors and ingredients for diners to “share”, like they do the food.

Goppion Caffè by Mplusarch, Padova – Italy

August 8th, 2013

The project brings some warm tones into the space, creating a confortable and cozy environment; dark wood is used for chairs, tables and the main counter: this one-block element is built with reclaimed wood pallets, creating the random pattern in the front.

Mini Mioche children’s flagship store by Salvage Interiors, Toronto

July 5th, 2013

Furniture/fixtures for a children’s flagship store called Mini Mioche. Most of the wood for this project was actually reclaimed from the neighborhood itself and all of the fixtures were made by hand, by Steve Wallin / Salvage Interiors.

aptsandlofts.com office, Brooklyn – New York

May 11th, 2013

David Maundrell, founder and president of aptsandlofts.com, had a very distinct idea for the company’s second store front. As the go-to Brooklyn brokerage, Dave wanted to keep all aspects of the new office Brooklyn-related while executing his vision of a sleek and professional office space.

TacoFino Commissary by Omer Arbel, Vancouver

December 1st, 2012

The orbs were blown to include randomly placed cavities large enough for small plants and lighting fixtures. Small white planters float amongst the orbs, as if they have escaped from the confines of glass. Underneath, benches and stools made from reclaimed wood with white steel legs are decorated with painted table markers and mason jars.

Chimichanga Mexican restaurant by Brown Studio, Billericay – UK

November 25th, 2012

Chimichanga in Billericay, is a two-floored restaurant rendered in bold red and green – with shiny glass tiles, patterned floors of reclaimed wood, and walls of cracked antique mirrors. Ceilings inspired by temples and colourful lighting fixtures complete the geometric look, alongside a lime-green wall overlaid with blocks of wood.

Fossil headquarters by Corgan Associates, Richardson – Texas

November 20th, 2012

In keeping with the brand identity of the company, the ‘vintage modern’ styling of the space comes out in the use of materials like cement, exposed steel, reclaimed wood and exposed brick.

Nando’s restaurant by B3 Designers, Leigh – UK

November 16th, 2012

A concertinaed canopy, hangs from a reclaimed wooden structure, carving a bold diagonal path through the restaurant. Caged lighting also forms an interesting ceiling feature in the interior space. The reclaimed wood frame continues to the canal side exterior where festoon lights have been used to give a laid back ‘garden’ feel and catch the eyes of passersby.

d-Bodhi stand at IFFS/AFS, Singapore

October 29th, 2012

The working philosophy of Singapore furniture company d-Bodhi is to reuse and recycle different raw materials into new furniture pieces fit for today’s eco-conscious consumers.

FN.ice concept store by PLAN, Taipei

October 28th, 2012

PLAN shaped the space with a series of triangular forms. They not only add cutting edge aesthetics to the space but also remind users of melting iceberg as a result of global warming phenomenon. The forms then morphs to become display shelves, cashier countertop, and wall surfaces, etc.

Yojisan Sushi restaurant by Dan Brunn, Beverly Hills

October 19th, 2012

Upon entering Yojisan, diners walk under a floating rug of leafy plants that spring from the ceiling and lit from above. This design simulates a Japanese forest dreamscape unique only to the restaurant.

Aeosp store by Ciguë, London

July 7th, 2012

Aesop keeps rapidly expanding in London, and opens up shop in the happening Islington Area. Another collab with Paris-based architecture practice Ciguë, the retail space meticulously references modest utilitarian spaces of the early 20th century.

Colonie restaurant by MADesign, New York

June 11th, 2012

COLONIE Restaurant is a remarkable example of this type of creativity and thoughtfulness at work. Recently opened in the historical Brooklyn Heights neighborhood of New York City, COLONIE is a fresh destination on a once run-down block that seems to be undergoing a renaissance – as so many neighborhoods in Brooklyn are these days.

Puma store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Munich

May 3rd, 2012

Theatinerstrasse is Munich’s famous shopping promenade and home to Puma’s new redesigned store. Plajer & Franz Studio under the direction of Ales Kernjak (head of global store concepts, Puma Retail ag) gave the shop a thorough makeover and filled the 326 sqm space with a dose of joy, innovation, simplicity as well as various local influences.

Pizzeria Farina identity & design by Glasfurd & Walker

April 16th, 2012

The client’s aim was to create a simple, community-focused, Northern Italian-inspired pizzeria. The menu is simple, consisting only of pizza and beverages, and the atmosphere is stylish, casual and comfortable.