Posts Tagged ‘smoked oak’

MANHATTAN integrated bathtub – washbasin system by Makro Design

May 24th, 2016

MANHATTAN is the new integrated bathtub – washbasin system for the bathroom in grey ecocement, characterized by a clear and rigorous geometric sign with dark nuances and displaying an innovative console in smoked oak with a soft and fluid shape, perfectly integrated in a balanced contrast of colors and materials.

Day Birger et Mikkelsen flagship store by Form3 International Retail, Stockholm – Sweden

March 17th, 2016

Coming into the store, through the humble facade, the room opens up and offers the eye both Italian marble from the floor to the ceiling, details in brass and smoked oak and like a large lid the flower patterned ceiling brings the room together.

The Restaurant by RIIS Retail, Aarhus – Denmark

January 5th, 2016



‘Transform our future canteen area into an aesthetic experience with the atmosphere of a high end restaurant’.

Day Birger et Mikkelsen Flagship Store by Form3 International Retail, Copenhagen Airport – Denmark

November 6th, 2015



Destination Boheme

CH417 Tray Table by Carl Hansen & Søn

February 24th, 2015

Carl Hansen & Søn updates Hans J Wegner’s reversible tray table with smoked oak surfaces.

Fujitsu headquarters by Woods Bagot, Sydney – Australia

December 24th, 2014

Fujitsu’s Japanese heritage is subtly referenced via the use of origami-like “folded” graphic motifs, traditional blockprint patterning, and the tonal layering of timbers. Smoked oak timber cladding features in client meeting rooms while oak and mid-tone timbers connect circulation points and public areas.

NN•07 concept store, Copenhagen – Denmark

October 28th, 2014

All material is carefully selected to create a warm, welcoming ambience within a sober, streamlined setting. Brass, marble, and concrete intermingle with warm, oiled wood such as ash and smoked oak; glass and black iron completes these elements and create a modern, sophisticated look.

B2 Boutique Hotel by Althammer Hochuli Architekten, Zurich

December 10th, 2012

During its 130-year long and eventful history the site has been modified and converted multiple times. The hotel’s concept and design follow the spatial and structural parameters of the complex stock of buildings.

Roca fair stand at ISH 2011 by Dan Pearlman, Hannover

November 22nd, 2012

Alongside the corporate colour a glowing white makes for dynamic light-dark contrasts. A focused selection of materials also plays off of the contrasts between dark smoked oak and light-toned concrete. In the Roca Lounge on the upper level of the two-story stand, maple wood creates a warm and inviting ambience.

Maygreen shop by Kinzo, Hamburg

August 17th, 2011

Freestanding white objects soaring close above the dark brown floor made of smoked oak. The polygonal chiseled appearance recalls the aesthetic of rugged chunks of pack ice.