Posts Tagged ‘set’

FC Barcelona 2017/18 Jersey – Premium Edition packaging by Oxigen

July 10th, 2017

Both the functional design of the pack and its choice at the level of finishes has been a scrupulous study for its correct sensorial harmonization. Combining black Skin Curious collection® paper, with a black glossy stamping, makes it unique to each piece by playing with black.

Spacepot by Futurefarms

May 26th, 2017

Branded ‘hydroponics beautifully simplified’ the Spacepot required no pumps, no electricity, and no extra parts to maintain. By mixing space-age technology with cutting edge design, Futurefarms have crafted a planted that delivers all the benefits of hydroponics without any of the maintenance.

IPPUUKISHI Shinsaibashi store by VOIGER, Osaka – Japan

May 8th, 2017

At the front, colored-glass wall with corporate color green make the facade glamorous and “WOW”. Simply designed floors bring out products, together with utilized existing chandelier give the space elegance image.

COHO copper set by Atil Kizilbayir

April 26th, 2017

The COHO water container set by Atil Kizilbayir includes a carafe and mug to serve and drink water — with both pieces made entirely by hand and with 100% copper. The set comes in three classic styles: artisan (shine copper), matte (brushed copper) and antique (worn copper).

END. fashion store by Brinkworth, Glasgow – UK

February 6th, 2017

The cavernous space is celebrated with long sight lines, mirrors and the repetition of vertical perimeter elements to accentuate perspective. The signage is a three-dimensional steel frame ‘END.’ that extends into the store.

“The Coffee Ceremony” furniture collection by Hugh Miller

January 31st, 2017

The collection comprises a coffee cart, table, a communal bench, a stool and a chair – with each piece serving a different stage of the ritual. Mugs are held in woven loops in the cart, which also features a removable wooden panel that doubles as a tray.

Kusa tea set by Kengo Kuma for Georg Jensen

September 19th, 2016

Kuma used bamboo – a traditional material in Asia – to create the stirrer, and hammered silver for the circular tray. A criss-cross latticework of silver covers the oxidised vessels.

Forte Santa Catarin by RVdM Arquitecto, Figueira da Foz – Portugal

September 14th, 2016

The most significant intervention was the introduction of hidden infrastructure enabling its adaptation to the new program without losing its original spatial relationship, internally and externally – with the natural surrounding and its urban landscape – as a place of seclusion, lookout and observation.

Et Cetera wine label by Shumi Love Design

August 25th, 2016

The main stylistic element of the brand – the sight of ellipsis – was used several times in different zones of the package in order to amplify the brand’s recognizability.

ASHKAL Mirrors collection for SURSOCK Museum In Beirut by Richard Yasmine

August 19th, 2016

Each one exposed on a static volume made of marble, brass or metal creating the base. The extremely thin hand mirrors figuratively cut a slice of these solid bases making a rift where it fits inside, giving the image of surrealistic oversized fashionable cutlery set..

Forbo Flooring showroom by Pope Wainwright & Wykes, London – UK

August 13th, 2016

The Forbo space stands out from the other white, minimalistic showrooms around Clerkenwell in London, with black walls and a strong use of the brand colour blue. An arrangement of staggered lighting is designed to draw the customer through the space, towards the back of the showroom with a sole blue wall boldly framing Forbo’s logo.

I3PT Certification office by DUA, Dublin – Ireland

August 7th, 2016

Each module is an right-angled isosceles triangle built out of hot-rolled mild steel. These are supported on three triangular legs, which converge at a central point. The table can be arranged in a multitude of organisations and sizes dependent on the event or meeting.

We Bandits store, Vienna – Austria

July 18th, 2016

The space, largely defined by an atrium which provides peeks of the floor below, is similarly whitewashed and uncluttered, featuring just a few and simple furnishings.

Mini K restaurant by Ontology Studio, Taipei – Taiwan

July 11th, 2016

To make the place younger and more relaxing, the designer use more wood and added a little drop of bright color by placing a set of modern style red iron chairs. Designer also sets orange spot lights to bring out the mood, encouraging people to have a nice chat here.

Ofée French Jewellery Boutique by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Hong Kong

June 15th, 2016

Large windows containing Ofee’s collections span the walls to ensure the intricate pieces are displayed to full effect, while showcases inspired in their design by traditional French furnishings stand on classic chevron wooden flooring.

Kinetic Garden by Piuarch at Milan Design Week 2016, Milan – Italy

May 29th, 2016

The chromatic effect is amplified by the use of triangular axis placed along the lines of color to increase the perceived depth. The installation creates an active relationship between space and guests: the static image becomes dynamic.

Motivi cork windows, Verona & Alba – Italy

May 6th, 2016

“To celebrate two of the most important wine exhibitions in Italy (Vinitaly in Verona and Vinum in Alba), Motivi has made the special windows set up for this occasion.

B&B Italia furniture by Doshi Levien & Naoto Fukasawa

May 5th, 2016

The poufs are covered in either fabric or leather, and feature a central dimple created by an oversized button.

Montjuïc Castle Interpretation Centre by Frederic Perers, Barcelona – Catalonia

April 30th, 2016

The items used are simple volumes, almost always free of walls and vaults. They were treated chromatically so that they would become as much imperceptible as possible, and have mainly their own light to avoid the use of overhead lighting.

Atelier Swarovski Home range

April 14th, 2016

Products in the Atelier Swarovski Home range from vases, bookends and candleholders to an architecturally themed chess set, and have been launched to “address a global interest and customer demand for design objects within the home”.