Posts Tagged ‘shape’

Aesop’s pop-up shop installation by Frida Escobedo, New York City

March 29th, 2014

Layers of sand that resemble a mountainous landscape will gradually move and change shape for the duration of this installation by Mexican architect Frida Escobedo for skincare brand Aesop’s New York pop-up shop.

DiEGO store by de:sign, Tokyo – Japan

March 21st, 2014

Different shapes of collars are lined up like specimens in a cabinet where a special glass film is used on the surface. Depending on where you stand, the direction or angle you are looking towards, your field of vision will become transparent or opaque.

Premium Egg-Pack by Azul Prado

March 19th, 2014

The conceptual proposal is to approach the product to the maximum expression of freshness. These eggs was literally taken fresh from the nest! Being an organic product, they also must transmit a premium royalty which is represented by his eco-packaging. The cockade shape works perfectly when it’s exhibit at the market shelves.

Toshin Satellite Preparatory School by Matsuya Art Works, Kobe – Japan

March 8th, 2014

Responding to the need – and brief – for high-school students to have an “inspiring environment where they can participate in correspondence courses”, Matsuya Art Works focus on creating spaces that deliver “a sense of wonder and an impressive experience”.

Afillia lamps by Alessandro Zambelli for .exnovo

March 6th, 2014

The base or socket ring is in Swiss pine, a premium wood from the Alto Adige mountains, hand-crafted according to the region’s ancient traditions. The wood fitting locks on to a light diffuser in polyamide (also known as nylon fibre), sintered by professional 3D printing.

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Ansorg

March 6th, 2014

Euroshop Düsseldorf 2014 – Ansorg

Caterpillar booth at Mining Indaba 2014 by Hott3D, Cape Town – South Africa

March 3rd, 2014

Dubbed “The Stealth Project”, the central wall mimics the shape of a stealth wing. The exhibit is entirely custom made. The layout incorporates the display of exact scale replicas of the earth moving equipment, semi private meeting areas on both ends and a hospitality area.

Divan Turkish restaurant by Corvin Cristian & Matei Niculescu, Bucharest – Romania

March 3rd, 2014

The walls are covered in authentic Turkish carpets and kilim patchwork which contribute to a sense of warmth and intimacy. The abundance of carpets and hanging lights are meant to recall the typical busy bazaar feeling.

BNP Paribas office by Fokkema & Partners Architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

February 15th, 2014

Partition walls are transparent with timber detailing based on authentic decorations by Aldo van Eyck. The original shape of the restaurant ceiling is made complete with the new seating object.

Coterie Stool by Daniel Duarte

February 14th, 2014

The capitone cushion came across the 50′s with great popularity. Different from others due to its circular shape, it has developed to a wide range of formats and materials.

Moon Light & Hanging Chili Lamp by i-point

June 30th, 2013

The desired effect is for you to feel a warm hug of light just from sitting beneath the radiant halo. The shape of the fixture itself has given this design the moniker “giving you the light”, because it resembles a little man offering forth a round light.

GAYA table by Angelo Tomaiuolo Design for Tonin CASA

May 2nd, 2013

GAYA table, simple and poised. A creative shape that priviliges technological materials.

Diamond collection packaging by Carolin Boström

March 13th, 2013

This project was made for the recreate packaging competition that Stora Enso and the Alto University hosted. The assignment was to create a luxury primary package for beauty and health care products. The primary packages had to be made out of Stora Enso’s paperboard Ensocote.

Black Light by Diana Dumitrescu

February 1st, 2013

I’m using both black tinted incandescent bulbs and black light bulbs that can be used for different moods. The black tinted incandescent bulb emits a natural ambient light. The black light bulb emits an ultraviolet radiation which is invisible to the human eye. By having the shape around the bulb fluorescent, the observable light will be the actual glow of the structure.

Quatro family by Kenyon Yeh

October 31st, 2012

Quatro is a unique unit, in which the doors have uncertain quadrilateral shape. Meaning, when opening the door you will not only watch the stuff behind the door, but also it shift your sight through gap in each door, you will make quick view what is in next door, there is sense of curiosity in Quatro.

Face to Face lamp by Luiseslava Studio

October 29th, 2012

A lamp which shade is made from Velcro®, a simple material (used for clothing) that usually remains hidden. It has been taken it out from ostracism, finding a new application for it in lighting.

Ariostea booth at Cersaie 2012 by Marco Porpora, Bologna

October 26th, 2012

The booth area, designed by the architect Marco Porpora, is meant in fact as an ideal building yard with an open and modular structure, that houses Ariostea’s floor and wall coverings from its traditional sizes to the big ones, going through the innovative slabs and ending into the very large formats with the ULTRA project.

SHY Light by Bec Brittain

October 25th, 2012

The SHY Light (taking its name from the initials of the designer’s grandmother) uses the spare beauty of thin LED tubes to define the edges of its shape; in this way the function of the piece is created by its form, and vice-versa. It is also inspired by crystalline structures, both by the shapes they take as well as their growth.

Armadillo lamp by Luiseslava Studio for LZF

October 17th, 2012

Armadillo, a new texture for light. Its shape reminds us of that strange mammal from Southern America whose activity starts at sunset. Armadillo gives a warm light, almost as timid as this little animal’s attitude at dawn.

Usanza store by NoNoN Arkitektura, Vitoria-Gasteiz – Spain

October 9th, 2012

As a concept for the ceiling we work for an atmospheric and changeable surface that could change in shape, height and ambience, so every moment could look different depending the place you were lookin at, and depending on the exterior natural light, or night light, and all together with a technical lighting towards the clothes