Posts Tagged ‘smoked glass’

“Treehouse” garden pavilion by Scott Kyson

April 6th, 2017

The founder of London-based Studio Kyson designed and constructed Treehouse for his three children, who are aged between four and eight. The structure measures just 4.5 metres by 2.7 metres and has an open top. Located in the garden of the family’s Epping Forest home, it features reflective cladding designed to mirror the surrounding foliage as well as the house.

Pioneer flagship store by HALFMANN MENNICKHEIM & Vizona, Wolfsburg – Germany

August 15th, 2013

The design is based on sustainable materials like concrete and plywood, in combination with smoked glass and bare metal. Fixture details like rubber end-caps with an embossed logo, give the system an authentic, functional look.

Flask pendant by Tom Dixon Studio

June 28th, 2013

A smoked-glass hood and ridged flask base are the two hand-blown glass components that make up the new Flask pendant by Tom Dixon Studio.

Yandex office by za bor architects, Istanbul

November 8th, 2012

Coloured smoked glass of separation walls and bright carpet panels have become key visual dominants of this office. Carpet panels can be seen not only on the floor, but also on effectively winding surfaces of white ceiling. Many of these details are made with recognizable Yandex search services icons, which have been scaled to human size.

Weekday store by Gonzalez Haase, Amsterdam

September 4th, 2012

The floors are decorated with modern graphic patterns in pitch black. The furniture range is further enhanced with sizeable futuristic looking cashier’s desks, constructed from an eclectic mix of MDF and mesh steel.

Menbur and Pilar Abril concept store by A+D design, Warsaw

March 1st, 2012

The Spanish company came to A+D with plans to open a chain of stores in Eastern Europe. Stores were carrying around 100 pairs of shoes completed with bags. All set of shoes and a bag have its own style and should be exposed in the way that allows comfort of watching, touching and trying without creating a mass or overloaded effect.

Michel Brisson Boutique by Saucier + Perrotte Architectes, Montreal

February 11th, 2012

To transform this seventies era, modern heritage building (formerly a National Bank) into a new space dedicated to contemporary fashion, the first step taken by the architects was to simplify the overall structure, which had been subjected over the years to a series of additions and renovations.

Mobius for Kristalia by LucidiPevere

June 13th, 2011

Surfaces usually have two sides, but one day a mathematician discovered that it was possible to make a surface with just one side. The geometric shape called “Möbius band” inspired this occasional table in bent sheet metal with black or white lacquer finish. It can be used with or without a glass top, and is available in a clear or smoky grey version. An original combination of algebra and design, Mobius comes in a small or large version, cleverly meeting all requirements.